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    allegiance to who ever they were going to vote for. Then punishing politicians might not diminish future malfeasance. They Tested out this possibility, employ a normal model to assess the effect of electoral volatility on conversely and corruption on electoral volatility. They tested the hypothesized relationship on data drawn from 249 elections across 74 countries. Results show that corruption is indeed there and tempting sectoral volatility, but that volatility has no impact on malfeasance or on virtuous behavior for all that matter. Democracy has many definitions, implications and consequences, but the most important components citizens participations, political equations, civic consciousness, self- realization, decent treatment by authorities, sense of dividual political efficacy and freedom have all been associated with this form of political domination either as a defining feature, or a likely product of it, but they are all contingent and week if citizens cannot hold their rulers responsible for their actions that they take in the public. For example, Lutfur Rahman is one of Britain 's best politicians. Until October, 25, 2010 he was elected as mayor. To his fans he was a hero for sticking up for the poor community. It was his detractor who seen him as East london 's answering to Vladimir Putin (A russian president) who was feeling vindicated, as he was found guilty of using corrupt and illegal practices to make his reelection secure for last year. The type of…

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    Active citizens in the American political system typically vote as much as they can for who they want to lead the government. The key phrase is "who they want to lead!" When people think about voting, the first thing that comes to mind is the presidential election. The elected official that is supposed to lead is found in the executive branch of government. This is the branch that people seem to care about the most. This is of course because the executive’s responsibility simplified is to carry…

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    Civic Lesson Plan Sample

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    Civics Lesson Plan Elementary Social Studies Methods Summary: • Students will learn about their community’s government and leaders. Throughout the lesson, students will engage in discussions and be visited by an elected local government official. Students will also conduct their own research to learn more about their local government. Learning Context: • This lesson is designed for third grade and fits in with our community, as our government officials are part of our local community. •…

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    Ancient Statue Analysis

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    Firstly, the statue conveys power due to the pose that he is in. The statue stands in a position and pose, which a person is likely to imitate once they are about to give a command, or about to address a forum. The look is the eye of the statue can show that he is looking directly into the audience and is about to give some rule and regulation. Secondly, the statue might not be young and full ideally muscular, but that does not show that he is not strong. The statue seems very muscular in his…

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    The women farmworkers in this documentary are made to feel like they have absolutely no power. As shown in the documentary, these women have male supervisors. This already creates an uncomfortable power dynamic, as the men in this situation have power afforded to them because of both their gender and their position in the workplace. This made them feel as though they have a right to assault their women employees. Furthermore, the women farmworkers were all very poor, so they desperately needed…

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    Authority refers to a type of power which is seen as socially recognised, it also refers to the amount of power which someone or a group have over someone else. Legitimacy is a key concept in authority, it highlights the way in which authority is distinguished from general notions of power. Weber distinguished three different types of authority in the work that he done, the first type of authority was rational legal authority, this is dependant on laws of the state. The second type is…

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    authoritative structure all give the premise to legitimate power. This sort of force, nevertheless, can be capricious and temperamental. In the event that you lose the title or position, your authentic power can in a flash vanish, because individuals were impacted by the position you held as opposed to by you. Likewise, the extent of your energy is restricted to circumstances that others trust you have a privilege to control. On the off chance that a fire boss advises individuals to avoid a…

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    would not promote him due to his skin tone. They told him he would be a great fit and most likely would get the position, only to give it to his colleague. Also, at my place of employment, they do not hire male teachers. We have one male teacher as a floater but not to have a class to teach. He mainly is there to babysit and help with the janitorial and labor duties around the building. EEO gives everyone the right to employment without regards to sex, race, color, national origin, or…

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    island, an important leadership skill that all quality authority figures must acquire. However, in Jack’s case, too much confidence can result in excessive conceitedness, where the authority figure ignores all other suggestions on improving their policies because of pride. “Jack shook his head,” to indicate that although the littluns have trouble sleeping, he still believes he should not change his actions to please them, refusing to give them more care and attention than anyone else, despite…

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    has a fair understanding of it (Shafritz, 2015). The realisation of power emerges as early as childhood when discovering that our teachers and parents may have instructed us not to do something if it was not permitted, by firmly saying “don’t do that!” Power is inherent in all arenas of life from family to the workplace to our relationships. We start to learn and become more exposed to power as soon as we attend school, with a certain structure in place that assures some line of authority. As…

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