1. What are pressure groups?
- A group that represents MPs.
- A group of like-minded individuals who share an opinion on a certain issue.
- A type of political party,
- A group of like-minded people who were not voted into their constituency.
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2. What is 'new pressure group politics'?
- Characterising a looser form of the more organised social movements.
- Characterising a group
- Characterising a group works closely with the government.
- Characterising a group that campaigns for many different types of causes/issues.
3. Which of these is NOT an example of a role that pressure groups perform?
- Representation (helping to voice views)
- Participation (allowing the public another avenue of political participation.)
- Ideology (creating a new form of ideology for a political party)
- Education (teaching the public and government about a certain cause.)
4. 'Peak' or 'Umbrella' groups define a single successful group?
5. What is an insider group?
- A group that rarely directly communicates with the government.
- A group that does have direct communication with policy makers.
- A group that does not have access to direct communication with the government.
- A group that only works in England.