strategy

Conferring social control

Claim:
The political dignity of the individual demands that not every aspect of social life be regulated and controlled by the government. Community and citizens' groups often provide a more convenient means for people to organize their affairs on a local basis, to promote awareness or add depth, quality and a human touch to services provided or tasks undertaken by the government. In this way they can complement and supplement, rather than substitute, the task of government.
Facilitated by:
Grounding protective laws
Subjects:
Social
Control
Type Classification:
D: Detailed strategies