This is however more significant amongst young and unskilled groups. Not only does education have a direct impact on political activity but, more importantly, education also has indirect effects through its consequences for the acquisition of nearly every other participatory factor.
These could be grouped as internally-decided and externally-decided; the distinction being those reasons decided by the actual person, even if this is not well-reasoned, are internally-decided, whilst those decided for a person by others are externally-decided.
Logically, the more people vote, the closer the political institutions get to fully represent the whole population. Barriers that prevent any or full participation for children within society are so vast and complex with their many facets and interpretations that they cannot all be fully explored within this assignment.
In many capitals and major cities across Europe, millions of people went on the streets to demonstrate against the Iraq invasion.
Then, radios, tvs and ultimately computers and smartphones emerged. Hence, it is necessary for any alternative political system, whether it is religious or secular, to explore its position with regards to democratic government