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27 Examples of Civic Engagement

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Civic engagement is the process of participating in the community and political life of your city and nation. This is viewed as a cornerstone of democracy whereby democracy fades where people do not participate. As such, it is viewed as a type of unofficial duty whereby civic engagement is arguably a responsibility of citizenship. The following are common examples of civic engagement.
Attending school board meetings
Community gardening
Contacting your elected representatives
Debate
Donating blood
Engaging in political dialog
Environmental clean ups
Giving to good causes
Joining local committees
Letter writing campaigns
Participating in local events
Participating in student government
Peaceful protests
Petitioning
Political activism
Public demonstrations
Running for public office
Serving on a jury
Supporting community organizations
Supporting political candidates
Town hall meetings
Volunteering
Serving as a poll worker
Voter registration drives
Voting
Joining local organizations
Joining local sports teams

Overview

Civic engagement is a cornerstone of democracy that involves political and community participation where you live.
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References

Galston, William A. "Civic knowledge, civic education, and civic engagement: A summary of recent research." International Journal of Public Administration 30.6-7 (2007): 623-642.
Theiss-Morse, Elizabeth, and John R. Hibbing. "Citizenship and civic engagement." Annu. Rev. Polit. Sci. 8 (2005): 227-249.
Adler, Richard P., and Judy Goggin. "What do we mean by “civic engagement”?." Journal of transformative education 3.3 (2005): 236-253.

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