Political forces are elements of society that are capable of changing the direction of politics. This includes processes such as agenda setting whereby an individual, group or institution is able to get people talking about an issue. Political forces can also change the direction of elections or other types of political authority and power allocation. The following are common political forces.
Celebrities / Influencers
Entertainment Industry (e.g. music / films)
Identity Groups (social groups based on a sense of shared identity)
Professions (e.g. teachers)
Special Interest Groups
Voters / Individuals
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