Societies create governments, so governments are changed for worst or better based upon the nature of current societies. If a society is terribly corrupt, then that government will be concordantly corrupt as well. In order to have good government, there must be good society. A good society produces refined and enlightened culture. What is defined as refined or enlightened is a matter of taste and perception. Wars has been used as a means of changing societies and governments as well as their respective cultures. Mass migrations from one country to another and economic collapses also bring changes that are usually not for the better. Societies and governments are constantly and dynamically changing, developing and evolving or devolving depending on their political and economic circumstances. When people make a change for the better, then that society will change for the better which leads to better government. Cannot depend politicians, economists, and sociologists to solves a society’s problems alone. The people themselves have to be involved in the problem-solving process in order to control their own destinies from the community level to state level. Maybe with time and effort, this could be a reality for any society.
Society, in general, is always transitioning from one aspect change into another. Social change is constant for better or worst. For one instance, science and technology are advancing while economics and politics are intertwined as an influencing factor in that change. Society is becoming more diverse and the cultural influences of that diversity along with it. The social norms and values of the past have changed over the decades during the early course of this century. The way we interact as a people has also changed from layman to corporate level. It is a marvel of fascination on how this interaction effects the different destinies of people in society and it’s culture. The culture of media such as news, entertainment, sports, etc. all play a role in how we influence each other when we interact. The prevailing issues in society and how to deal with them are as varied as the perspectives of every affected individual abroad. The way these current social issues have been dealt with in the past has been a combination of slanted successes and dwindling failures. The current political situation, derived from these social ills, is as turbulent as roller coaster ride at a theme park. The same can be said, for most, about the current economic situation as well. The discontent with current system of things is increasingly astronomical and somewhat growing in huge proportions. There are some who are well situated and content with things but this is not true for a majority. Only a few people have truly benefited from the current system of things while others have not. Society and it’s culture will have to eventually reach a point of equilibrium and sustainability of stability as well as establish a national integral system of societal management. There is no system that is going to completely vanquish all the social ills and corruption of the day as along as the dark side of the force of human nature remains a key factor in the role it’s playing; however, these negative elements can be put in check to a minimum. This point of equilibrium and sustainability of stability is an on-going process to achieve as an end result goal of any social system. It is not a question of when but more of question of how.