POLS 1506 Final Exam Review Terms
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Diverse arrangements whereby the authority of Aboriginal or Indigenous groups govern themselves is recognized
A system of government ruled, at least in name, by one individual whose authority is unchecked, final, and permanent.
A political ideology that sees no need to impose government to define enforceable rules or exact obedience from the governed
A nondemocratic form of government that is not based on free and fair elections, severely curtails public participation in political life, and holds the actions of the state to be above the law
The imposition of one's will on another by reason of
A legislature that has two separate houses, or chambers, each with its own set of members.
The expert, permanent, non-partisan, professional officials employed by the state to advise the political executive and to implement government policies.