Intro to politics notes Political culture, “the set of values, ideas, and experiences that give form and content to the political process ” (Pye, 1995, p965) According to “Politics’ The content of politics in the minds of citizens and political elites is more complex than Marxism and liberalism show is more permanent and more autonomous” (Gabriel Almond, 1993, p. 44). .14) How culture can affect the political game Many citizens in civil society are political, but a less human society helps keep without overheating. In addition, the participants do not agree with the rejection accept the decisions they disagree The public leadership thus resolves the conflict between the administrations and has effective governance in a democracy: allows the citizens to intervene in making the government changes, created by ALMOND and, it combines different cultures. The argument that democracy is the most stable in communities that bring together. The concept of political culture has been criticized for its static nature, so some proponents of culture have tried to address the changes in political by analyzing political generation. Political belt is an age group that shows special knowledge and face. Throughout his life he has been: For example, the culture of a generation was removed during the crisis and the war would be affected, so their way of life would also be affected. Post-materialism is a commitment to issues of quality of life (such as the environment) that may arise on the basis of personal safety and material well-being, especially for young students. Post-Materialists are politically active, but tend to join advocacy groups that oppose elites rather than traditional politicians. According to Inglehart (1971), the unique combination of a newly created welfare state, relative peace, and improved stability led growing generations from the 1940s to the 1970s to quietly lead the Western Cultural Revolution. "In many worlds, discipline, dedication, social and economic efficiency have been replaced by a choice of work-like lifestyle. Copy upon work," he said. Democracy leads to the loss of public confidence in democracy. In a comparative study, Norris (1999a, p. 20) showed that in the 17 countries he studied, public trust declined between 1981 and 1991 due to trust among the military, churches, and public works. However, democratic values remain universal.
In 1964, 75% of Americans said they trusted the government to "do the right thing", but in 1994 that percentage dropped to just 25%. Most importantly, this is because, in times of peace and economic prosperity like Vietnam, people take partial faith = a bright place. The pain is that you can't expand the culture of a country.