ADVANTAGHES AND DISADVANTAGES OF PRESSURE GROUP
ADVANTAGES OF PRESSURE GROUP
- Interest groups promote authentic freedom of expression.
- You can explore new perspectives.
- It is an effective way to balance the impact of governance.
- Group efforts become usable platforms that facilitate change.
- There is an emphasis on fairness at the local level.
- It creates an opportunity to become community leaders.
- There is a higher level of information access.
- It is more affordable for the average person to lobby their government.
- Interest groups can lobby for new legislation at any time.
Disadvantages of pressure group
- The loudest voices usually win when interest groups are active.
- It is an easy way to stall all legislative processes.
- Most interest groups only focus on a single topic.
- Some interest groups promote harmful activities.
- Interest group leaders do not always act in the best interest of everyone.
- Governing systems can change because of interest groups.
- Interest groups can focus more on the money than the outcome of their work.
- Many interest groups do not elect their leadership.
- Interest groups favor the incumbent.
- Size works against the message of the interest group.
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STRATEGIES AND ACTIVITIES
The Teacher revises the previous week lesson.
The Teacher introduces the new topic.
The Teacher explains the note in details.
The Teacher gives room for pupils to ask questions.
The Teacher evaluates the pupils.
ASSESSMENT AND EVALUATION
- LIST THE ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF PRESSURE GROUP
- List 5 advantages of pressure group
- List 8 disadvantages of pressure group