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Types of Government
Totalitarian DictatorshipRule by a single leader or a small group May use force to keep control Little or no attention to public opinion or individual rights
Theocracy Rulers claim to be ruling on behalf of a set of religious ideas or as direct agents of a deity.
Absolute Monarchy Has a king or queen Complete powerPower is passed along through the family
Constitutional MonarchyKing or queen rules in partnership with a democratically elected parliament.
Direct Democracy Citizens vote on all issues.
Indirect/Representative Democracy (Republic)Led by representatives of the voters Each is individually chosen for a set period of time.
Anarchy Absence or non-recognition of authority and order in any given sphere.
Advantage DisadvantageTotalitarian Dictatorship Theocracy Absolute Monarchy Constitutional Monarchy Direct Democracy Republic Anarchy
Different Forms of Government Six types that you need to know!
Types of Government 5 types of government throughout the world.
Types of Government. What kind of Governments are there? What do you think of when you hear the word government?
Forms of Government. What is government? Power and authority to rule a country. Makes laws, keeps order, & provides services.
Types of Governments 7 th Grade Social Studies. Cornell Notes Name Date Class Period Title or Topic Key Terms Questions Cue Words NOTES Summary:
Types of Governments Grade 6 Social Studies. Democracy The government is elected by the people. Everyone who is eligible to vote has a chance to have.
Types of Government, the Enlightenment and the U.S. Constitution
Forms of Government.
Why Americans Have Governments Essential Question: What are the different forms of government?
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,
Chapter Two A Tradition of Democracy Foundations of Government ~~~~~ Why Americans Have Governments.
Please select a Team. 1.Team 1 2.Team 2 3.Team 3 4.Team 4 5.Team 5.
Government. The people and groups within a society that have the authority to make laws, to make sure they are carried out, and to settle disagreements.
Miss Smith 7 th Grade Civics *pgs Civics in Practice.
Citizen Participation in Government
Autocratic/Autocracy RULE OF ONE
Types of Governments. Classifying Government Monarchy or Republic Ask who makes the rules – a lifelong leader or elected representatives?
CitizenCitizenship Odds and Ends- Mixed BagGovernment.
TYPES OF GOVERNMENTS. Differing ideas about the purposes of government have profound consequences for the well-being of individuals and society. Oligarchy.
Government Economics Geography History Culture.
Types of Government. Government: The institution that makes LAWS. ***Questions to think about? How much control does the government have? Where does.
What’s the Relationship?. Political units Cities, counties, states, and countries Defined by boundaries, called borders at the country level: Man-made.
Forms Of Government In all the countries of the world someone is in charge but this can vary greatly from place to place.
1.08 Compare the American system of government to other forms of government What is the effect of the various forms of government on individual freedom?
Systems of Government.
Types of Governments and Economies
Unitary System of Government No hierarchy of sovereign powers States cannot pass their own laws Central (national) government can order the states to.
Quiz on Types of Governments
AUTOCRACY OLIGARCHY DEMOCRACY
Types of Government Civics Fall Remember…. Government is the people and institutions with political authority to make, enforce and decide about.
What do you see? What does it mean?. What is Civics? -Civics -Study of Citizenship and Government -Citizen (members of a community who owe loyalty.
Systems and Types of Government. What is a system of government? A system of government is how power is divided between national and state government.
ANARCHY Anarchy is the absence of rules. MONARCHY Monarchy is ruled by an individual Who uses the power of the state to help the state.
Middle East Governments
Types of Governments. Democracy In a democracy, the government is elected by the people. Everyone who is eligible to vote has a chance to have their say.
DICTATORSHIP POWER BELONGS TO THE RULER OR RULERS SADDAM HUSSAIN’S RULE IN IRAQ GOVERNMENT UNDER THE CONTROL OF A POWERFUL LEADER.
Unit 1 Goal 10 Chapters 1 & 5. What is Civics? Chapter 1.
DO NOW What does the word freedom mean to you? When you imagine freedom what do you see? What do you smell, hear, and taste? Agenda.
Chapter Two, Section One “Why Americans Have Government”
Ms. Gray. Terms to Know! Distribution of Power: – Unitary – Confederation – Federal Citizen Participation: – Autocratic – Oligarchic – Democratic Democracies:
Forms of Government Humanities Class. Democracy Demo “people”cracy “power” Government ruled by the people, of the people, and for the people Citizens.
Do Now: Why do people need government? Think about why we have rules in schools.
* Read the “Types of Government” packet with your partner or group. * When you are finished, with your partner write an essay answering the question, “Which.
Who’s in Charge? Types of Government.
Government A government is the organization through which a political unit exercises its authority, controls and administers public policy, and directs.
Government and Economy. Democracy In a democracy, the government is elected by the people. Everyone who is eligible to vote has a chance to have their.
Limited Government Types. Republic A republic is a government without a king or queen. Often people in a republic choose representatives to make decisions.
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