What would you like to do?
Voting,\nAffiliation with a political organization or interest group,\nDonating money,\nWriting/contacting political officials,\nAttending protests or rallies (civil disobedie…nce),\nWorking on a campaign,\nPetitions to the government,\nPolitical lobbying,\nBoycotts.\nThe list is pretty much endless...
the act of of a person or group taking part in the spheres of decision making in relation to governmental or state affairs
There are various groups of managerial decisions that have a direct impact on the employmees of an organisaiton. These decisions are the social, personnel and the econom…ic decisions. However, there are other methods that are affeted by the participation of workers. The methods are as follow: 1. participation at the board level 2. participation through ownership 3. participation through complete control 4.participation through staff or work councils 5. participation through joint council and committes 6. participation through collective bargaining 7. participation through job enlargement and job enrichment 8. participation through suggestion scheme 9. participation through quality circles 10. empowered teams 11. total quality management 12. financial participation
3/4 of all states' approval needed to ammend the constitution
The white southerners placed poll taxes so the freedmen couldn't afford to vote, and they made the freedmen pass literacy tests so they weren't smart enough to vote.
Voting in a Presidential election is how most all people contribute to their government as this is their big leader. It is definitely the most common way of participating. The… Congressional, state and local elections are smaller and are participated in by those more dedicated and patriotic.
Aristotle made mention that man is a political animal. If you agree to this, then nobody can avoid being in some way or the other.
The three main means of political participation is protest, like the Boston Tea Party. Disobedience, like the acts that were done in the Vietnam War era, and conventinal parti…cipation such as voting in elections.
Join intrest groups
1. you can write to government and tell them you favor that particular bill 2. you can get involved in the bill by initiative 3. you can write or speak to committees and h…ave them favor the bill -if you do go to a committee you will need a large proportioned group to help persuade -if you write to the government be a as respectful as possible and put as many main points as possible
By computerized machine, mechanical machine, or paper ballot
running for office
In Roman Empire
What other mechanisms aside from voting for elected officials are available for the ctrzens to participate in governance?
The election of officials occurred only during the 482-year period of the Roman Republic. During the subsequent 503-year period of rule by emperors (27BC-476 AD), officials we…re appointees of the emperors. During the Republic citizens also voted on bills. In the Early Republic the soldiers convened in the Assembly of the Soldiers and voted on bills proposed by the consuls (the two annually elected heads of the Republic). Later, the plebeians (commoners) convened in the Plebeian Council (the assembly of the plebeians) voted on bills proposed by the plebeian tribunes. The Assembly of the Soldiers elected the senior officials and voted on war and peace. It also acted as an appeal court for death penalty cases until 82 BC. The Assembly of the Tribes (administrative districts), which convened all citizens, elected the junior officials and acted as a court of appeal for all other cases until 82 BC. In 82 BC appeal cases were transferred to a special jury court, the quaestiones perpetuae. There were also the plebeian tribunes who were elected by the Plebeian Council, presided over this assembly and were the representatives of the plebeians. They were not officers of state. Through their role as representatives of the plebeians and with the Plebeian Council becoming the legislative body, they could have a lot of power.