Political behavior in a pluralist democracy
Published on: Mar 4, 2016
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Political Behavior in a
Prepared by: Vioan Maranon
What is a Pluralist Democracy?
- It describe a political system
where there is more than one
center of power.
In a modern, secular, democratic state,
specifically the type of pluralist democracy that
encourages political participation of many
groups, the churches and religious groups find
latitude for political involvement under the
principle of separation of church and state.
In the case of the Philippines, these concepts
and assertions find empirical validity. The
political currency and social roles of religion,
churches and religious groups can be situated
in the Philippines’ colonial history.