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B.A. Part-I Political Science , Democracy and Citizenship ,

Democracy is generally understood as ‘government of the people, by the people, and for the people’ and that is why; it cannot survive without citizenship. With the advent of representative democracies, there is a shift towards passive citizenship from active which could be seen as the challenge of legitimacy in front of the state. Citizens’ support for democracy is a key requirement for its sustainability while lack of popular support could be exploited by authoritarian forces for their own benefits. Hence, in the contemporary context, it becomes important to analyze the relationship between democracy and citizenship

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