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    adopted. In political theory, for instance, nonprofit exists because of its partnership with the government sector in financing a variety of public services. The political scientists view both existences in relations to providing opportunities for civic participation in the pluralistic and political system of a heterogeneous society (Wikipedia, 2017). In order to respond to the above question, we first and foremost defined democratic political participation. The democratic political participation is a

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    themselves as a country. Systems of representation on equality in political participation. Participation, however, is not equally distributed throughout each citizen therefore, creating inequality. The implications that inequalities in participation have for representation, inclusiveness, and political efficiency. Representation is the action of speaking or acting on someone’s behalf. However, due to the nature of political participation, many citizens are not able to represent themselves in government

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    Political participation is a right afforded to United States citizens; it is our civic duty to participate and is ultimately a privilege. The founders believed that it was the newly founded government’s responsibility to protect the basic rights of the people. With those beliefs they made the United States of America, a two-tiered, three-branch democracy and therefore the people hold the power to freely elect who they want to represent them in government. The local representatives, we elect push

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    American political parties are unique, because the only qualification is self-identification. Of course, several factors impact how an individual politically identifies themselves. These factors may include family life, childhood environment, etc. One major aspect is education level. How an individual’s education level impacts their political self-identification in the political spectrum is a well-researched topic. Education influences the binary decision to participate in politics, whether it be

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    The participation rates among citizens in politics tend to bend towards those with better socioeconomic statuses, males of older age, and revolve around mostly white/Caucasian people (those of European background.) This is due to popular sentiment, which is likely in relation to historical development. The socioeconomic statuses are based on a person’s education, income and occupation. Meaning that the people with the most money, time and skills are most likely to participate in political events

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    In the article, A National Study Predicting Licensed Social Workers' Levels of Political Participation: The Role of Resources, Psychological Engagement, and Recruitment Networks, the authors conducted a study that evaluated 19 independent variables that explain why some social workers were more politically active than others. After reading the article carefully, evaluate your own propensity to be politically active when you think about the first 9 variables the author used (not the 10 demographic

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    Sireena Nguyen Government 2305 Mr.Shoshinski 14 October, 2015 Assignment II What is Traditional political participation? It’s a wide range of activities made to influence government as in voting and other things such as protesting or volunteering for a campaign. The United State is a democratic country and we believe to let the citizens of america to put their input of suitable candidates to run our country by voting or other sources. These activities are all important and without these activities

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    crisis in participation can be defined as a serious situation in which there has been a drop in, or lack of citizens engaging in political activities designed to influence government decision making. In this essay, I will demonstrate how there is a contemporary crisis in participation in traditional forms of political participation. This is however more significant amongst young and unskilled groups. I will show how there is an increase in participation in more informal methods of participation as social

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    The ‘big five’ is a model that has been used to identify personality traits the have a reflection in the political orientation and participation of individuals. In this essay I will be arguing that the personality of individuals has less of an impact on their political behaviour than other factors including age, gender and socioeconomic status. Research in relation to the big five has shown that there are two areas of the ‘big five’ that have more influence than others, I will be discussing why scoring

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    [paragraph 1…. why civic and political participation is important, introduce the person you believe deserves a holiday] Civic and political participation is essential because it helps to attain the roles in the government, support the system by obeying the laws and if they disagreed with the policies their abilities to challenge the unfair laws legally. Not only does it allow citizens to fight for justice and equality, but it will enable them to make a difference in their

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