I have to produce an essay on 'how plausible do you think it is to talk of a crisis of political participation'. Alternatively it is more appropriate to talk about a change in the way that people participate in politics. Can you help me on this.
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You can also write about the use of e-petitions, pressure groups and party membership too as alternate involvement, which shows there isn't complete crisis. But you could counteract this with that e-petitions may not get talked about in parliament unless decided on by the Back Bench Committee, that pressure groups can be limited if they're not an insider group and there are stats to support party membership declining over time. Hope this helps!