Currently, there are more than 190 countries in the world. Each has a form of government and a corresponding economic system. For example, in the U.S., our form of government is a Representative Republic. Our economic system is free market capitalism. These two powerful forces work together in American society to define the nature and culture of our nation.
In our readings, we examined several forms of government. By examining forms of government, we can gain an insightful perspective on our own government and better understand its strengths and weaknesses.
In the C3P3 Models of Governance Tables document, provide an example (please do not use Nazi Germany) and discuss the form of government in each of the provided seven forms of government. To find appropriate examples of countries, use The World Factbook. Be certain to supply citations for each of the seven forms of government from the assigned reading materials.
After you have completed the tables, reflect upon your examinations. In 300 words discuss how you think the role of the citizen differs in each form of government. Does the model allow for citizen control of governance? What role should citizens have in the form of government and economics of their nation? Be certain to use and cite at least three of the assigned reading articles from this phase and one assigned reading article from a previous phase of this course.
Think about your own role as a citizen. How does contrasting other forms of government against that of the U.S. model of government help us better understand the role of the citizen in governance and economics? Does this understanding help you make more informed decisions in your professional and your nation’s political life?
These solutions may offer step-by-step problem-solving explanations or good writing examples that include modern styles of formatting and construction of bibliographies out of text citations and references. Students may use these solutions for personal skill-building and practice. Unethical use is strictly forbidden.Assignment: Models of Governance
From the documentation of the seven forms of government, it is evident that the role of the members of the public tends to differ with each model. For example, dictatorship and constitutional monarchy do not provide even the slightest opportunity for the citizens to control governance. Such an outcome is also evident with a communist state in which the government dictates the citizens (Pew Research Center, n.d). A theocratic government and a parliamentary democracy allow the public to control how they are governed but fail to take this cause seriously. The Republic and the representative democracy are the only two systems of governance that recognize and encourage the public...
By purchasing this solution you'll be able to access the following files:
Solution1.docx and Solution2.docx.