Pluralism Key Terms - Entire topic

All of the key terminology for the Edexcel topic of Pluralism

Power is evenly and widely spread in society. There is open access to information and dialogue and discourse flourishes
Pluralism
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Power is restricted and narrowly dispersed. Access to information and the decision making process is withheld from many.
Elitism
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A collective of individuals with shared interests or objectives with no interest of becoming a policy making body but put pressure on the government to deal with a certain issue
PressureGroup
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Pressure groups defined by a common uniting feature of the group members or a shared interest: economic/social interests
Sectional
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Pressure groups defined by commonly held beliefs or causes: Wildlife, Smoking, Child welfare
Insider
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Card 2

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Power is restricted and narrowly dispersed. Access to information and the decision making process is withheld from many.

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Elitism

Card 3

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A collective of individuals with shared interests or objectives with no interest of becoming a policy making body but put pressure on the government to deal with a certain issue

Back

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Card 4

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Pressure groups defined by a common uniting feature of the group members or a shared interest: economic/social interests

Back

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Card 5

Front

Pressure groups defined by commonly held beliefs or causes: Wildlife, Smoking, Child welfare

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Preview of the front of card 5

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