Sustainability Dilemma of Pluralistic Social Structure in Western Democracies
Different groups in a society have several powers to access the ruling system. One of them is highly organized to reach governing mechanism to affect decision-making process while the others really suffered from not being part of it. Some state mechanisms adopt very embracing policy for minority groups of society in opposition to other states insisting on implying majoritarian policies. Majoritanism which is a political theory based on prioritizing the will of majority is more prone to exclude minor parts of society from involving state system. Thus a problematic situation is given rise to emerge “other” concept known as not being a part of majority.
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