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Viche 2012 8

8, 2012

Organization of staff development in the bodies of prosecutor's offices

The term organization (French organization from Lat. Organize to provide a regulated order, to arrange) in social sciences is provided with some basic values: 1) organization as a particular social formation (public body), 2) organization as a set of processes or activities leading to the formation and improvement of relations between parts of a whole, 3) organization as an internal ordering, consistent interaction more or less differentiated parts of a whole, determined by its structure [1, p. 463].