Summary of the video/documentary
The topic that will be conveyed in the video/documentary will be Interest Groups and the audience for this video will be investors and those people who have the power to invest for government. The topic will cover all the types of interest groups and internal lobbying that is used in interest groups. We will be making video showing the politicians, investors’, different charitable organizations, agricultural groups, labor groups, and professional investors.
As it is said, Americans are thought to be involved more in political and social movements than any other country of the world, and we will be taking interviews of all the groups that are the stakeholders of the interest groups.
Another perception that is in American people’s mind is that they think Politicians listen more people who can give them favor instead of people who are average voters and cannot give any material benefit to the politicians. Therefore, we will be taking interviews of the average voters and try to know their views about the leaders/politicians.
The audience will learn the different types of interest groups that can either be told verbally and by showing different types of people who are involved in interest groups. The audience will also learn the views if general public and know that what people think about their leaders. It will be quite difficult to explain them the internal lobbying of interest groups, but we will try our level best to explain this to people.
The documentary will start with the compare which will be telling the audience “inhabitants of America are nation of joiners, who love to join any political and social organization more than any other inhabitant of the world. This attitude of Americans definitely has a positive and advantageous effect on democracy as more and more people are willing to involve in decision making and investment with the government. However, unfortunately if any political unrest is seen this affects the whole society as mostly many people are the members of the interest groups. In addition, people also think that politicians and leader listen to VIP people who can give favor to the leaders but they are willing to listen and solve issues of an average voter.”
While these explanations by the host are going on, the flashes of pictures from political unrests in America, people involved in political and social events, any business company who is willing to invest with government to stabilize the American government.
As there are different types of interest groups, in the nest section it is important to tell the audience that the investors are the most important interest groups as they can help the government and involve themselves in decision-making processes. Therefore, we will be taking interview of any investor who is an active member of interest group and working with the government. Say we meet CEO of company ABC, and we will be asking him that what benefits they have got after being involved actively with the government. Do they have any economic benefits from their investment and what they feel that new investors should keep in mind that are planning to participate?
After the interview, the host will give the conclusion that will be based on interview notes of the Company ABC’s CEO.
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