HIS381 Week 3 Reflection.docx - Running head HIS\/HUM 381 WEEK 3 REFLECTION 1 HIS\/HUM 381 Week 3 Reflection This week we researched articles about Global

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Running head: HIS/HUM 381 WEEK 3 REFLECTION 1 HIS/HUM 381 Week 3 Reflection This week, we researched articles about Global Political Systems. Personally, I knew very little about Global Political Systems, so all of the information was new to me. When looking or articles I found that many of them were very confusing to understand or that the articles were excerpts from books written a long time ago (which I don’t believe are relevant today). Something that I found interesting was the article I read called “Democracy in America: How Is It Doing?”. The survey it included on the democratic standards that America met, was quite shocking, especially comparing it to which democratic norms are most important. I realized that America was more corrupt than I originally thought, specifically with the topics of foreign
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Unformatted text preview: electoral influence and no private gains from public office. From the survey provided, I was able to deduce that those were the subjects that America performed worst on when meeting democratic standards. According to more than 80% of the political scientists surveyed, America is also failing in the aspect of civil behavior (Miller & Quealy, 2017). However, one of the most important standards that America had to meet was fraud-free elections, where political scientists said that America fully or mostly met that standard by 86% (Miller & Quealy, 2017). HIS/HUM 381 WEEK 3 REFLECTION 2 References Miller, C. C., & Quealy, K. (2017, February 23). Democracy in America: How Is It Doing? Retrieved from - how-is-it-doing.html ....
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  • Fall '18
  • Alisa Anderson
  • Political Science, Political corruption, Sortition, Representative democracy

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