Module 3:

The Reading Required For This Course Is Quite Wide And Extensive. It Goes Well Beyond The Subject Analysis. The Many Changes Occurring Around The Globe Are Stretching And Reshaping Forms Of Social And Political Activities And Decision Making Require Understanding The Increasingly Important And Diverse Global Connections Among World Societies As Social Values And Life Styles Diversify More And More.

On The Other Hand, It Is Difficult To Talk About People, Power, And Politics Nowsdays And In The Past Without Discussing Citizenship And Democracy. One Important Development Over The Past Decades Has Been The Various Ways In Which Scholars And Activists Have Developed Citizenship's Exclusionary And Inclusionary Potential. Slaves, Indigenous Groups, Women, Children And Refugees Are Some Of The Excluded Groups Who Have Challenged Their Exclusion From Citizenship.

These Are Highly Debated Concepts, Much Like Discussions About "Equality". But Some Reflection On What They Mean Is Vital For Planning And Doing Effective Educational Policies. Among The Broadest Ways To Promote Political Literacy Issues Which Is One Of The Main Aims Of Demokleos Network And How To Make Students Effective Is It To Understand  Public And School Life In Its Broadest Sense To Encompass Realistic Knowledge Of And Preparation For Conflict Resolution And Decision-Making Related To The Main Economic And Social Problems Of The Day... Such Preparations Are Needed Whether These Problems Occur In Locally, Nationally Or Internationally But Among The Broadest Ways Of Defining Politics Is To Understand It As A 'Social Activity' – An Activity.

Political Literacy, In This Sense, Is 'Always A Dialogue, And Never A Monologue.