Direct democracy: a form of democracy in which people decide by voting on a policy or other legal matters. Advantages: More people will be happy because they are able to contribute to the decisions. Disadvantages: some people would still be disappointed in the decisions made. Who uses it: Switerland
Representative democracy: a type of democracy where a elected officials representing a group of people, as opposed to direct democracy. Advantages: people would be able to decide who gets to make the decision and could trust them. Disadvantages: People may be unhappy with the decisions made. Who uses it: The United states.
Tyranny: a cruel and oppressive government or rule. Advantages: Decisions would be fast and productive Disadvantages: People would more then not be disappointed in the decision made. Who uses it: North Korea.
Oligarchy: a small group of people having control of a country, or organization. Advantages: more ideas could be developed in a sort amount of time Disadvantages: there is little imput from middle and lower classes. Who uses it: China