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  1. 1. Motivation<br />
  2. 2. Positive motivation<br />Negative motivation<br />Motivation styles in governments<br />Other motivation types<br />Overview<br />
  3. 3. Achievement based motivation is used in almost every form of government, school, and societies.<br />Dean’s List<br />Key to the City<br />Noble Prize<br />Achievement Based<br />
  4. 4. Pity based motivation plays at our emotions to get us to donate to a cause.<br />Feeding starving children<br />Saving the forests<br />Animal rights<br />1-800-SAVE-THE-FOX-HERE<br />Pity based<br />
  5. 5. Physical motivation can be many things such as a simple push by a fellow runner to keep going, or a direct effect such as a military unit doing push ups for a mistake.<br />Physical motivation<br />
  6. 6. Group punishment has been used in many applications of life to enforce good behavior based on punishing the masses in the hopes they will help motivate there substandard counterparts. Success of this method is hotly debated.<br />Group punishment<br />
  7. 7. There are a lot of different types of governments and almost all of them have found unique ways to positively and negatively motivate their people.<br />Types covered here are-<br />Democratic in the modern age<br />Communist from WW2 era to present<br />Fascist State during WW2<br />Theocracy during the dark ages and early USA<br />Motivation in governments<br />
  8. 8. Examples- USA, Japan, and Germany(loosely)<br />Democratic governments have used a wide range of methods to motive their people some positive some negative.<br />Democratic<br />
  9. 9. A range of different media groups catering to their viewers has a strong motivational influence. (Freedom of press insures that everyone can be heard.)<br />Multiple media groups<br />
  10. 10. The democratic system has a strong history of catering to special interest groups for a Varity of reasons… Every Democratic leader caters to a special interest group which my vary based on their views.<br />Lobbying for special interests<br />
  11. 11. Taxes/tax breaks have been a standing method of motivating business trends through out almost every government in history.<br />Tax breaks<br />
  12. 12. Inflating the dreams of the masses to believe they can all have everything.<br />(Cuba)Strict and timely requirements to gain business licenses unless certain fees are paid to government.<br />Motivational factors include<br />the idea of everyone sharing<br />everything, so that all people<br />can be happy.<br />Communist state<br />
  13. 13. Motivation in a Fascist state during WW2 was all about passing the blame from one group to another for the poor economy. Paramilitary organized attacks on opposition, media propaganda(Air drops, blanket covering radio), and rewarding loyal members with special privilegeswere all ways the Nazi Political Party motivated the people.<br />Fascist state<br />
  14. 14. Primarily used in Medieval Europe, with some aspects being used in Empirical China, Theocracy was based on the Leaders claim to have the divine right to rule telling masses that it is their gods will, strict laws and taxes under the presence of pleasing a divine being. Many cases knights were given more titles and land for proving they were especially righteous in carrying out their kings/queens(God’s) commands. The great crusades were a noteworthy example.<br />Theocracy<br />
  15. 15. But… it was also present in the founding era of the United States in the form of fear mongering. During the Salem Witch Trials people fell prey to this form of Theocratic motivation. <br />Theocracy Cont…<br />
  16. 16. What ever form of motivation that is used whether positive or negative one thing stands true. The number of different ways humans will find to motivate each other is limitless.<br />Closing<br />