通过比较导师提供的不同阅读材料，我发现，尽管两种制度之间存在根本差异的相互假设，但由于立法机构的使用方式不同，在宣传方面也存在差异(Mahoney, 2008)。进一步说，我能够得出这样的结论，即尽管在宣传社区中有相似之处，但在它们的中介系统中有不同的利益。正如我在研究论文中指出的那样，有许多繁荣的社区正在启动增长，并为政策制定者的可及性展开竞争。我认为在保护和促进决策过程的同时，确保利益的保护是很重要的(Mahoney, 2008)。虽然很多研究者对同一问题有不同的看法，但我认为分析和讨论的基本假设是或多或少相同的。
Based on this article, I was able to conduct an assessment of most palpable aspects of institution- based design when studying the concept of firm lobbying is the democratic accountability perceived by the policymakers. Whether they are appointed or elected, policymakers have to be more or less responsive to several activities of and communications of advocacy (Mahoney, 2008). For comparing this perception as per the readings provided, I considered it necessary for studying advocacy from the perspective of different researchers with specific focus on political systems.I think it was important to select the dimension of political systems as every political system has some similarity in the trajectories of historical development. As I further observed in the article, both the systems deal with tensions of anti- federalism and federalism are further crucial for balancing power and shaping institutions between the central and state government.
On comparing different readings provided by the tutor, I identified that irrespective of the mutual assumption that there are fundamental differences between the two systems, there are differences of advocacy due to the different utilization of legislatures (Mahoney, 2008). Further ahead, I am able to draft the conclusion that even though there is similarity in communities of advocacy, there is difference of interest in their intermediation systems. There are a number of thriving communities initiating growth and competing for the accessibility of policymakers as I identified referring to the research paper. I think that it was important to work for ensuring the protection of interests while protecting and promoting the process of policy-making (Mahoney, 2008). Even though a number of researchers have different perceptions on the same, I think the underlying assumptions of analysis and discussion are more or less the same.