http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BoKlE1_vrYU

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● http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BoKlE1_vrYU
● First past the post system
● Alternative Vote
● Left and right wing politics…
● Other political ideologies
● Why might some young people display political apathy?

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توجه: این مطلب در تاریخ 2019/06/15 11:48:48 به صورت خودکار از فضای وب آشکار توسط موتور جستجوی پاورپوینت جمع آوری شده است و در صورت اعلام عدم رضایت تهیه کننده ی آن، طبق قوانین سایت از روی وب گاه حذف خواهد شد. این مطلب از وب سایت زیر استخراج شده است و مسئولیت انتشار آن با منبع اصلی است.

http://www.tregolls.cornwall.sch.uk/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/1-British-Values-Democracy.pptx

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democracy british values democracy a government which is elected by the people. everyone who is eligible to vote has a chance to have a say in who runs the country. anarchy a condition of lawlessness brought about by the absence of a government. communism a government which owns things like businesses and farms. it provides its people s healthcare education and welfare. monarchy a country is governed by a king or queen. in some traditional monarchies the monarch has absolute power. in a constitutional monarchy like the uk the democratically elected government limits the monarch s control. dictatorship a country is ruled a single leader. the leader has not been elected and may use force to keep control. in a military dictatorship the army is in control. democracy a government which is elected by the people. everyone who is eligible to vote has a chance to have a say in who runs the country. anarchy a condition of lawlessness brought about by the absence of a government. communism a government which owns things like businesses and farms. it provides its people s healthcare education and welfare. monarchy a country is governed by a king or queen. in some traditional monarchies the monarch has absolute power. in a constitutional monarchy like the uk the democratically elected government limits the monarch s control. dictatorship a country is ruled a single leader. the leader has not been elected and may use force to keep control. in a military dictatorship the army is in control. there are many different types of government in our world which create and enforce their own unique laws. some governments are elected by the citizens of a country in other countries the people have no right to choose their government at all. british values areas in blue are the countries that democratically elect their own government. areas in grey do not have governments chosen by its people. british values a dictatorship is when one person or a small group of people have absolute power over a country which means they can do whatever they want. some dictators such as kim jong un in north korea have inherited this power because their families have been dictators for many years. other dictators are voted in during elections which are often corrupt. once they become the government they change laws to give themselves absolute power. in north korea the government control the news reporting only the stories they want to. ordinary people are blocked from the internet and only allowed to access certain government approved websites. most people are denied the right to a telephone and mobiles are illegal however this is proving hard to enforce. foreign journalists are banned and travel into the country is tightly controlled. what are the dangers of this type of government do you think why might a government stop its people having contact with the outside world should governments have such control british values before an election each party puts their ideas together in what is called a manifesto. this tells the public how they want to control things such as hospitals prisons schools taxation laws and the country’s relationships with other countries. voters then decide. the party which wins the majority of seats usually forms the government and can claim to have a mandate to implement the policies set out in the their manifesto. the uk is a democracy of course. voters must be aged ۱۸ or over and have uk citizenship people in prison at the time of an election are not allowed to vote . the uk parliament is the legislative body of the country. it is made up of the house of commons and the house of lords. members of the house of commons mps are elected using a voting system. there are ۶۵ mps in total. in a democracy there are a number of political parties who have their own ideas about the way their country should be run. mps are the elected representatives of these parties. british values voting systems in uk elections first past the post system alternative vote proportional representation which of the following forms of voting is used to elect members of the british parliament alternative vote first past the post proportional representation watch the clip for a summary of election process. http www.parliament.uk education teaching resources lesson plans general election ۶ secs british values http www.youtube.com watch v bokle۱ vryu watch this youtube clip for an informative summary of these voting systems… british values first past the post system advantages tends to produce a majority for the party that gains most seats produces more stable governments with little need for coalitions disadvantages proportion of candidates for a party elected is not in proportion to votes cast a government can gain a large majority of seats even though it only gained a minority of votes nationally british values alternative vote advantages tends to produce a government where seats held by parties are in proportion to votes cast smaller parties which fail to get elected in a constituency can still achieve representation via top up seats disadvantages candidates elected in top up seats are not linked to a particular constituency more likelihood of coalition governments all things considered which of the systems do you prefer in a moment you’re going to participate in a quickie mock election to trial these systems. british values on ۵ may ۲ ۱۱ the uk held a voting referendum to choose the method of electing mps at subsequent general elections. the referendum concerned whether to replace the present ‘first past the post’ system with av. the proposal to introduce av was rejected by the electorate. of the ۴۳ of people who voted ۶۸ voted no and ۳۲ voted yes. did you know that… a referendum is a direct …

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