Definition of Social Mobilization?

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Social mobilization is defined as the mass movement to engage people's participation in a process and is used by grassroots and political organizations to achieve a common goal. Social mobilization can be used by governments to provide national support for a goal that is useful to all persons. It is used mainly by governments to mobilize the population to participate in elections and other events that may require voting.
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