How can we campaign and influence change?

In this lesson we begin by exploring what a campaign is and the different types of campaigning that are used. For example, social media campaigns, notoriety, political lobbying, use of the media. We go on to explore how campaigns try to influence those in power and explore the likelihood and influence of a campaign method in bringing about change.

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Q1.A pressure group is

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Q2.Which one of these is not a form of pressure group?

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Q3.True or false: a social movement only involves a small number of people campaigning.

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Q4.True or false: the Stop the War Protest Group was successful.

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Q5.Which of these are not a method of a pressure group?

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Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

Before we start this lesson, let’s see what you can remember from this topic. Here’s a quick quiz!

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Q1.A pressure group is

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Q2.Which one of these is not a form of pressure group?

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Q3.True or false: a social movement only involves a small number of people campaigning.

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Q4.True or false: the Stop the War Protest Group was successful.

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Q5.Which of these are not a method of a pressure group?

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How can we campaign and influence change?

Citizenship

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Q1.A campaign is...

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Q2.Which of the following groups have campaigned for change in the past?

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Q3.Which of these methods are ways citizens can campaign for change? Four are correct.

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Q4.True or false: social media campaigns can be used to create change.

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Q5.Lobbying means

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How can we campaign and influence change?

Citizenship

Question 1

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Q1.A campaign is...

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Q2.Which of the following groups have campaigned for change in the past?

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Q3.Which of these methods are ways citizens can campaign for change? Four are correct.

Select four (4) boxes

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Q4.True or false: social media campaigns can be used to create change.

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Q5.Lobbying means

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Lesson summary: How can we campaign and influence change?

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