Biology 107 - create organizations i. Everyone in society...

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September 10, 2007- Political Science Lesson 4 I. Democracy a. Direct and indirect democracy i. Direct Democracy- everyone participated in the decision making. 1. Problems that prevent this are states becoming too large ii. Indirect democracy- People elect public officials to participate in the decision making. 1. Executive: a. Presidential system i. Congress/senates 1. Bi-polarized party systems b. Prime-minister (Prop. Representation- PR) i. Parliament 1. Multi Party Systems II. Liberal democracy vs. social democracy a. Liberal democracy- democracy that is supported by the liberal ideas (individual thinking) i. Participation ii. Competition iii. Liberty b. Social Democracy- The state should regulate and give societies the tools they need to
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Unformatted text preview: create organizations i. Everyone in society receives a minimum in order to survive. III. Som as a reaction to industrial capitalism a. Som-not talking about communism, Marxism or Leninsm i. Is a reaction to industrial capitalism ii. Consisting of 4 major shifts in society 1. Has to do with the size of the market September 10, 2007- Political Science Lesson 4 2. Mechanized production 3. Rise of the proletariat 4. The creation of factories and new urban geography Democrac y Comes from the Greek roots demos= the common people and Krat(z)ia= power....
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