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As the urban population expands more rapidly than the infrastructure, it means that there are inadequate housing, inadequate sewerage facilities and the growth of inner-city ghettos. This is a radicalizing influence, when people come to town from country expecting that it will be relatively easy to make good and discover that town is often harder than country. That is why this phenomenon of urbanization has carried with it everywhere a certain radicalization, of the youth in particular, and especially the unemployed or the underemployed youth.
The more sources of information there are, the less dependent the population has to be on one source of authority. 1). For example, the average number of radios per thousand in 1995 in the Caribbean was about 620. The average for the developing world was 185 radios per 1,000 people. The Caribbean people are much more informed and have much more access to modern means of communication than elsewhere in the developing world. In one respect, the Caribbean is ahead of the industrialized world in terms of utilization of means of communication.
Politics and the Nature of Political Science 33 The idea of government and politics being defined solely as the art and science of government therefore became inadequate and the number of subjects grew from three – constitutional law, constitutional studies, and political philosophy – to include: Ⅲ Ⅲ Ⅲ Ⅲ Ⅲ Ⅲ Ⅲ Public opinion and voting behaviour Political psychology Public administration and public sector management The study of political parties and interest groups Political economy International relations Comparative politics The nature of politics has expanded, and political science has become more complex, in keeping with the world in which we live.