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What is citizen participation?
Set of conditions Political nature
Monarchy Oligarchy Democracy
The supreme power is in the hands of a monarch ( king, queen, prince, etc. ). The power is inherited or passed down from family members and the monarch is usually in power for life.
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
The people govern by voting Rule by the people
Direct Democracy Representative Democracy
United State of America
A form of government in which all power is vested in a few persons or in a dominant class or clique ; government by the few A state or organization so ruled The persons or class so ruling
Algeria Iraq Syria
The political regime is set of forms and methods of political power. There are over 200 countries in the world-each has their own government. Governments manage themselves based on own orders.
1-) In Which regimes the government is ruled by a king or queen? A-) Monarchy B-) Oligarchy
2-) In which democracy, citizens elect others to serve for them in government A-) Direct B-) Representative
3-) In which regime, do citizens vote to elect their leaders? A-) Democracy B-)Monarchy
Power belongs to people in countries ruled by Oligarchy
Forms of Government.
Government Geography 3.4. Goals… Explain why a country needs a government. Compare and contrast different types of government.
Forms of Governments Non-West 2014
Do Now . Monday-1. Name the Mayor of Atlanta
SOUTHWEST ASIA (Middle East)
Compare & Contrast Various Forms of Government Explain how governments determine citizen participation: autocratic, oligarchic, and democratic. SS6 - CG1b,
REGIME. Social norm System of politics and government Political nature.
Different Types of Governments WHO RULES? ARISTOTLE Greek philosopher “Who governs the state?” Three simply classifications based on members that.
Forms of Governments. To study governments, geographers look at the following: Types – Who rules and who participates. Systems – How the power is distributed.
Types of Governments.
Forms of Governments.
Governments around the World
Types of Governments. Citizen Participation In each country, the people have different rights to participate in the government In some countries,
Middle East Governments
GOVERNMENT SS7CG4: The student will compare and contrast various forms of government.
Forms of Governments. Who needs government? Imagine a world with no governments! No rules, no taxes, no leaders, no protection, Awesome, right? What are.
Types of Government Civics Fall Remember…. Government is the people and institutions with political authority to make, enforce and decide about.
Types of Governments. Classifying Government Monarchy or Republic Ask who makes the rules – a lifelong leader or elected representatives?
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