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Ways Government Distributes Power. All key powers are held by the central government . State/regional authorities hold most of the power. Federal. Confederation. Unitary. Strong central government. Weak central government. ( R23). Government: Citizen Participation. Today’s Standard.

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ways government distributes power
Ways Government Distributes Power

All key powers are held by the central government

State/regional authorities hold most of the power

Federal

Confederation

Unitary

Strong central government

Weak central government

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(R23)

Government: Citizen Participation

today s standard
Today’s Standard

SS6CG4 The student will compare and contrast various forms of government.

b. Explain how governments determine citizen participation: autocratic, oligarchic, and democratic.

intro to our essential question s
Intro to our……. “Essential Question(s)”

How do citizens participate in different forms of government (autocratic, oligarchic, democratic)?

autocratic
Autocratic

A single ruler holds unlimited power.

Citizens have no say & no choice.

how governments determine citizen participation
How Governments Determine Citizen Participation

High Participation

High Participation

Democracy

General Citizens’ Participation

Select Citizens’ Participation

Citizen Participation

Government Power

Government Power

Citizen Participation

Government Power

Low or No Participation

Low or No Participation

Low or No Participation

Autocratic

Oligarchic

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No citizen participation

No elections are held

No one votes

NoOne-

Citizens have little choice in selecting a ruler

Absolute Monarchies

Dictatorships

Czarist Russia

Single Ruler

The single ruler holds unlimited power

oligarchic
Oligarchic

Small group of people hold all power.

Could be limited or unlimited government.

how governments determine citizen participation1
How Governments Determine Citizen Participation

High Participation

High Participation

Democracy

General Citizens’ Participation

Select Citizens’ Participation

Citizen Participation

Government Power

Government Power

Citizen Participation

Government Power

Low or No Participation

Low or No Participation

Low or No Participation

Autocratic

Oligarchic

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No citizen participation

No elections are held

No one votes

NoOne-

Citizens have little choice in selecting a ruler

Absolute Monarchies

Dictatorships

Czarist Russia

Single Ruler

The single ruler holds unlimited power

No citizen participation

Leaders are chosen from within & by the ruling group

No one outside the small group

Rulers are selected by the group

The small group

They only answer to each other

Sparta

(Ancient Greece)

South Africa

(Under Apartheid in the 20th Century)

Small group of people

(Usually of an upper-class)

democratic
Democratic

The people hold the power.

They decide who the rulers are.

Usually limited government.

how governments determine citizen participation2
How Governments Determine Citizen Participation

High Participation

High Participation

Democracy

General Citizens’ Participation

Select Citizens’ Participation

Citizen Participation

Government Power

Government Power

Citizen Participation

Government Power

Low or No Participation

Low or No Participation

Low or No Participation

Autocratic

Oligarchic

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No citizen participation

No elections are held

No one votes

NoOne-

Citizens have little choice in selecting a ruler

Absolute Monarchies

Dictatorships

Czarist Russia

Single Ruler

The single ruler holds unlimited power

No citizen participation

Leaders are chosen from within & by the ruling group

No one outside the small group

Rulers are selected by the group

The small group

They only answer to each other

Sparta

(Ancient Greece)

South Africa

(Under Apartheid in the 20th Century)

Small group of people

(Usually of an upper-class)

High Citizen Participation

Any Citizen

*Usually some restrictions like age, criminal record

France

Germany

Russia (Modern)

Italy

United Kingdom

United States

Any Citizen

*Usually some restrictions like age

Voters

&

those they elect

Rule of the people

return to our essential question s
Return to our……. “Essential Question(s)”

How do citizens participate in different forms of government (autocratic, oligarchic, democratic)?