By Lester T. Kane, Marylyn R. Poweller, Dan S. Chiaburu, D. De Vries, J. F. William Deakin
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The ‘iron rule of oligarchy’ (Michels 1915) should not be forgotten. The argument being that democratic organizations become increasingly structured, hierarchical and bureaucratic and the leaders control access to information and resources and are consequently more powerful than those at the bottom of the hierarchy as a result. The processes for dealing with complex situations are streamlined in democracies and the less powerful voices are silenced which undermines social inclusion opportunities for wellbeing.
Through violence, young people turn outwards, testing, in a manner that is 18 Cited, in McIntyre-Mills 2007a 18 Janet McIntyre-Mills, D. De Vries and J. Deakin guaranteed to fail, whether others really do care for them (Rose 2000: 182-3 cited by Atkinson 2002: 226). “In some Aboriginal families and communities, psychic prisons have been built and people have become simultaneously prisoner and warden and even executioner” (Baker 1983: 40 cited in Atkinson: 226). 4. Turning Points The key turning point is the realization that rights and responsibility go hand in hand and that self determination comes with a sense of self worth and recognizing that “shame” is a learned reaction to abuse and social exclusion.
To construct an interface that creates greater parity and mutual accountability (and true shared responsibility) would Participatory Democracy Based on User-Centric Policy Design… 33 require governments to agree to limitations on their existing powers and prerogatives and to make accountability a two –way street rather than the existing one-way street. …29 A decade ago McLuhan and Powers (1989) argued that digital technology would change the world, because of the way in which passive watchers of TV use their right brain which is stimulated by the flashing movements, rather than their analytical left brain.