This paper discusses the specifics of civil servants and public officials work, which are the most important elements of government control over the society life. The work of civil service is based on the legislation of the country and is featured by the social and cultural traditions that have developed in the process of socio-historical development of the state. The paper studies the influence of the traditions set that have been formed in the society for a long period of time on the changes in the sphere of public administration. In any state, the priorities in the field of public administration are largely conditioned by the social and cultural characteristics inherent in the population of a particular country. Sociocultural environment is a system of cultural values and generally accepted norms, laws, regulations, scientific data and technologies that the members of the society have at their disposal. One of the specific features of the social and cultural environment is the traditions passed from one generation to another and inherited from previous generations. The system of social and cultural traditions influences all aspects of civil servant’s work, varies considerably in different states. The influence of these factors can be traced in the legal regulation of the work of public administration related to the system of views and concepts that have developed in the society about the civil service and its officials, as well as the legal status of civil servants and methods of exercising their powers.
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30 December 2018
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Demidova, E. N., & Mokhorova, A. Y. (2018). Influence Of Social And Cultural Traditions On The Performance Of Civil Servants. In V. Chernyavskaya, & H. Kuße (Eds.), Professional Сulture of the Specialist of the Future, vol 51. European Proceedings of Social and Behavioural Sciences (pp. 813-822). Future Academy. https://doi.org/10.15405/epsbs.2018.12.02.88DUPLICATED