The Role of Politics in Society

Many bloggers, and also some politicians, often refer to something called being politically interested, or, being politically aware. However, the idea that politics is simply, or primarily, about political power struggles has long been challenged over modern times. Many political scientists have challenged this view. Still, most political scientists concur that politics does play a significant role in society. Politics, at the very least at the broadest level, is defined by the political parties involved.


Politics is, in large part, a social activity. It has always been so. As political scientist Robert Weihlmann put it "Politics is a social activity and political institutions are political institutions." Politics isn't static; it constantly changes as groups of people come together and discover different ways of cooperating to fulfill their political needs. This ongoing procedure for politics has been present since the earliest history of democracy, as groups of men banded together to form political coalitions to attain particular ends.


From the initial days of politics the idea of politics was linked closely to the question of power. At the time, power meant individual control over social organizations such as for example warring against neighboring tribes, developing a country, etc. Power was tied closely to the ownership of land, and thus, politics became a game of who had more access to political power. Thus, those groups with the greatest number of warriors were able to rule through the use of politics. Power was based on the fact that those that held political power had usage of more weapons and therefore, were capable of defending themselves making use of their political power. Thus, politics became closely linked to war.


The early civilizations that existed beyond the reach of Rome didn't have political systems, and therefore, politics was not an important matter. Groups of men would band together and create political coalitions when necessary. Rome had not been developed enough at the moment to create stable governments, and thus, politics became a significant factor that was considered when forming alliances with other groups. Many of these political coalitions happened due to religious or nationalistic reasons. Religious groups such as the pagans or the Jews would sometimes form coalitions to be able to fight off encroaching empires.


As political theory became more developed throughout the centuries that followed, it began to are more intertwined with ideas of right and wrong. For instance, many people would associate right thinking with societal bliss, moral enlightenment, and a sense of honor and integrity. Often times, political systems were established by using force, and the societies that emerged in the classical world were generally brutalized by using political violence.


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Politics is usually regarded as a political arena where sets of people decide on which kind of political system they want to live in. However, politics also plays an integral role in social interaction, and politics play a role in the shaping of social norms. Many social scientists have theorized that the way that politics influences social interaction is through deliberation. For instance, in case a political philosopher discusses the issue of poverty, many people might immediately commence to discuss their own personal strategies for alleviating poverty.


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