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Government Geography 3.4
Goals… Explain why a country needs a government. Compare and contrast different types of government.
Government An organization set up to make and enforce rules for a group of people Has authority over land within its boundaries
The Need for Gov’t Security Law Enforcement Provide services Protect rights of citizens Citizen= person who owes loyalty to a country and receives its protection
Types of Governments 1.Representative Democracy: People elect representatives to create laws Ex: United States
2. Monarchy A ruling family headed by a king, queen, sultan, or emperor holds power Ex: Saudi Arabia
3. Oligarchy A small group of people holds power Wealth, military strength
4. Dictatorship One individual holds complete power
5. Communism: All political power and control of the economy is held by the government Ex: Cuba
Goals… Explain why we need a government. Compare and contrast different types of government.
Forms of Government. Define the different forms of government 1. democracy 2.oligarchy 3.monarchy 4. dictatorship 5. communism 6. republic 7. theocracy.
Chapter Two A Tradition of Democracy Foundations of Government ~~~~~ Why Americans Have Governments.
Classifications of Governments Unitary System, Federal System, and Confederacy. Autocracy, Oligarchy, and Democracy. Characteristics of a Democracy.
Types of Government. Monarchy You receive your power from God You have the Divine Right to Rule You have the support of the Religious Leadership, the.
Chapter 1 Principles of Government Section 1 Government and the State.
What is Civics? Study of citizenship and government.
THEY COME IN PACKS OF TWO! CITIZEN PARTICIPATION.
Name: __________53________ Date: _______________ Limited Government Power is limited.
Types of Government. Totalitarian Dictatorship Rule by a single leader or a small group Rule by a single leader or a small group May use force to keep.
Types of Governments. GA Standard SSCG19 The student will compare and contrast governments that are unitary, confederal, and federal; autocratic, oligarchic.
Citizen Participation They come in packs of TWO!.
SS7CG4; SS7CG5 What is Government?. Your Definition.
We The People Civics in Our Lives. Civics is the study of what it means to be a citizen.
Warm Up Write down the lesson name and objective. Answer the following questions: What types of geographic features are there in Greece? Why did.
Government Systems From Monarchy to Totalitarianism.
LIMITED GOVERNMENT Even the people who make the laws have to obey them. Constitutions, statements of rights, or other laws set limits on how much power.
Chapter Three Population and Culture Section Two Political and Economic Systems.
Government. participation How governments determine citizen participation rolepower (role in government/power): 1.AUTOCRACY 2.OLIGARCHY 3.DEMOCRACY.
Ways Government Distributes Power Federal Unitary Confederation All key powers are held by the central government State/regional authorities hold most.
Bellringer 1.What is the difference between a Unitary and Federal government? 2. What is the difference between an autocracy, democracy, and oligarchy?
Whos in Charge? Types of Government. Representative Democracy What is a Representative Democracy? What is a Representative Democracy? This government.
Systems of Government Autocracy A system of government in which supreme political power is held by one person. This is one of the oldest and most common.
Types of Governments Grade 7 Social Studies Online Presentation.
Bellringer Copy the prompt (the part in italics) onto your own paper. Then answer the question. Your answer should be at least seven sentences long, with.
Vocabulary Grade Three. Government A group of citizens who make the rules for a:
The Impact of the U.S. Constitution. Basic Principles 1. Authority comes from the people The people formed the U.S. government First line of the Constitution:
The Declaration of Independence: What it Means #1: When one group of people is going to break away from a country to form its own nation, then they should.
To Next Slide Unit 1 Chapter 2 Lesson 3 A United Country 20 Questions!
Cutting to the chase: GOVERNMENTS of Europe, Canada, Latin America, & Australia.
Southwest Asia Government & Economics of Southwest Asia.
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