Political Culture: An Indicator of the Democracy Government

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Natamon Muakchim

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This paper aimed to study the political culture of the democracy governance which is the significant root of the politics and governance as well as the civic culture affecting the stability of the democracy. Based on the related documents and literature review, the indicators of the democracy governance were consisted of 5 aspects which were 1) the foundation of liberty and human rights, 2) the contribution and participation of people, 3) the rule of law, 4) decentralization, and 5) the promotion of the social responsibility respectively. In order to promote the stabilization of the democracy governance, to provide the political institution and its structures, to have its constitution, and to promote the citizens’social responsibility as well as their awareness of the politics were essential to be considered.

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