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=Political Science Chapter 1 Democracy in the Contemporary World

=Political Science Chapter 2 What is Democracy Why Democracy

=Political Science Chapter 4 Electoral Politics

=Political Science Chapter 3 Constitutional Design

=Political Science Chapter 5 Working of Institutions

=Political Science Chapter 6 Democratic Rights

=Geography : Chapter 1 India – Size and Locationcation

=Geography : Chapter 2 Physical Features of India

=Geography : Chapter 3 Drainage

=Geography : Chapter 4 Climate

=Geography : Chapter 5 Nature Vegetation & Wildlife

=Geography : Chapter 6 Population

=Economics : Chapter 1 The Story of Village Palampur

=Economics : Chapter 2 People as Resource

=Economics : Chapter 3 Poverty as a Challenge

=Economics : Chapter 4 Food Security in India

=History : chapter 1 Events And Processes

=History : Chapter 2 Socialism in Europe and the Russian Revolution

=History : Chapter 4 Livelihoods, Economies and Societies

=history : Chapter 3 Nazism and the Rise of Hitler

=History : Chapter 5 Pastoralists in the Modern World

=History : Chapter 6 Peasants and Farmers

=History : Chapter 7 Everyday Life, Culture And Politics

=History : Chapter 8 Clothing A Social History

 

Political Science Chapter 1 Democracy in the Contemporary World

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Chapter 1 Democracy in the Contemporary World

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Question 1:
Which of the following does not lead to the spread of democracy?
(a) Struggle by the people
(b) Invasion by foreign countries
(c) End of colonialism
(d) People’s desire for freedom
Question 2:
Which of the following statements is true about today’s world?
(a) Monarchy as a form of government has vanished.
(b) The relationship between different countries has become more democraticever before.
(c) In more and more countries rulers are being elected by the people.
(d) There are no more military dictators in the world.

Question 3:
Use one of the following statements to complete the sentence: Democracy in the international organisations requires that …
(a) The rich countries should have a greater say.
(b) Countries should have a say according to their military power.
(c) Countries should be treated with respect in proportion to their population.
(d) All countries in the world should be treated equally.
Question 4:
Based on the information given in this chapter, match the following countries anpath democracy has taken in that country.
Question 6:
Which freedoms are usually taken away when a democracy is overthrown bmilitary?
Question 7:
Which of the following positions can contribute to democracy at the global level? Give reasons for your answer in each case.
(a) My country gives more money to international institutions. Therefore, I want to be treated with more respect and exercise more power.

(b) My country may be small or poor. But my voice must be heard with equal respect, because these decisions will affect my country.
(c) Wealthy nations will have a greater say in international affairs. They cannot let their interests suffer just because they are outnumbered by poor nations.
(d) Big countries like India must have a greater say in international organisations.
Question 8:
Here are three opinions heard in a television debate on the struggle for democracy inNepal. Which of these do you agree with and why?
Guest 1: India is a democracy. Therefore, the Indian government must support thpeople of Nepal who are struggling against monarchy and for democracy.
Guest 2: That is a dangerous argument. We would be in the same position as the USwas in Iraq. Remember, no outside force can promote democracy.
Guest 3: But why should we bother about the internal affairs of another countryWe should be worried about our business interests there, not about democracy.
Question 9:
In an imaginary country called Happyland, the people overthrew the foreign ruler and brought back the old royal family. They said: “After all their ancestors were our kings before foreigners started ruling us. It is good that we have one strong ruler, who can help us become rich and powerful”. When someone talked about democracy the wise men said it is a foreign idea. Their struggle was to throw the foreigners and their ideas out of the country. When someone demanded freedom for the media, the elders thought that too much criticism of the ruler would not help them improve their living standards. “After all, the king is so kind and interested in the welfare of all the subjects. Why create problems for him. Don’t we all want to be happy?” After reading the above passage, Chaman, Champa and Chandru made the following observations. Chaman: Happyland is a democratic country because people were able to throw out the foreign rulers and bring back the king. Champa: Happyland is not a democratic country because people cannot criticise the ruler. The king may be nice and may provide economic prosperity, but a king cannot
give a democratic rule. Chandru: What people need is happiness. So they are willing to allow their new ruler to take decisions for them. If people are happy it must be a democracy. What is your opinion about each of these statements? What do you think about the form of government in this country?

 



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