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Process of moving towards democracy, citizen participation in the government. Not guaranteed that states will grant human rights and civil liberties though.
The belief that in the short run, economic output is strongly dependent on aggregate demand which does not directly correlate to an economy's productive capacity.
Decentralization of central government, distributing power to regional governments.
The public’s expectations toward the political process and its role within the process. The attitudes, beliefs, and values of the people in a country.
Settling disputes about application of public policies.
The sharing of power between regional and central governments.
Involves families, schools, communications media, churches, and all the various political structures that develop, reinforce, and transform the political culture, the attitudes of
Inaccurate representation of the public in government legislations, disproportionate numbers of members of a gender, religion, ethnicity, or social status within government.
Process of increasing global interactions, economic dependency, trade, foreign relations.
society in which people are involved in social and political interactions free of state control or regulation. Community groups, voluntary associations, religious groups, media, a
Synonymous to single-member district plurality (SMDP) election rule where the winner only needs to have the most votes but do not need a majority to win, but the most votes.
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The condition of humankind if no government existed.
An economy that incorporates capitalist and socialist concepts, emphasizing on accumulation of capital but also a welfare state.
An activity that produces costs that are not borne by the producer or the user such as pollution, should be controlled by govt to benefit society.
The quantifiable statistics given to a population relating to its structure and sectors.
Involves individuals and groups expressing their needs and demands.
Measures of economic well being, life expectancy, and educational achievement.
The party currently in control of the government after winning an election.
A direct vote in which an entire electorate is asked to either accept or reject a particular proposal. (Britain/House of Commons/Vote of Confidence, Russia/Duma/two-thirds veto)
A politician or political group may use the govt. to unfairly reap benefits (such as tax revenue) at the public’s expense.
Measurement of national economic development.

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