Public Pressure and Politics Analytical Essay by Master Researcher
Public Pressure and Politics
A response to the public reaction against the closing of O.L. Slaton junior high school.
# 87218 | 675 words | 1 source | 2005 |
Published on Dec 01, 2005 in Political Science (Lobbyists and Pressure Groups) , Political Science (State and Local Politics) , Sociology (Media and Society)
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This paper is a reaction paper to the actions of a number of students and parents in Lubbock, Texas, who opposed the closing of the O.L. Slaton junior high school. After investigation the author concludes that the political process is not entirely beyond the reach of the passionate individual, even in this day and age, however, it helps to have the cooperation of the media.
From the Paper:"Response to Public Reaction Against Closing O.L. Slaton The political process can seem too intimidating to get involved in. There is a contemporary kind of anathema regarding getting out there and getting involved in politics. A popular sentiment of laziness and feelings of inability to act in the face of the system dominate many people's reaction to personal involvement in the political process. I recently had a series of experiences that shook me from this political complacency when I attended a series of school board meetings in Lubbock, Texas and researched the background of the issue that was being discussed and argued at those meetings."
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