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Classification of Social Management

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Social management is an order of co-existence of people and exclusive type  of joint activity, which is carried out with the help of managerial system to achieve  publicly essential goals. An individual has to enter into communication with other  individuals to realize his own interests. Mutual interactions among people always  implies mutual comparison of interests and obedience to the certain rules,  established by the state bodies, public and religion organizations, natural and legal  persons. Social management, exercised by managerial systems is an indication of  society of great importance. In the theory of administrative law only tree types of  social management is distinguished, while it can be classified on the ground of  different aspects.

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