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Interview Someone:Find someone who is more politically active than you and conduct aninterview in order to learn more about why people participate in thepolitical process. Use their interview responses, your own experience,and the textbook to write a paper discussing the factors that influencepeople’s level of political participation (including your own and thepeople around you).Topics to Address in your PaperParticipation:Describe your own level of political activity as well as your closefriends and family. Would you describe yourself as a politically activeperson? Do you wish you were more actively involved? Why do peopleparticipate in politics? What are the key factors that motivateyou/others to get involved? What factors prevent you/others from beingmore involved?Sample Interview Questions: Haveyou participated in any form of political activity (voting, signingpetitions, going to a protest, etc.?) When did you begin? Why did youchoose to get involved? What kinds of activities have you participatedin most recently, and why did you choose those particular activities? Doyou think your actions made a difference? In what way?This should be at least 400 words.Pleasewrite your essay in MLA format, and follow the standard five paragraphmodel. Your essay should have an introduction paragraph, three bodyparagraphs, and a conclusion paragraph. If you need help with how towrite an essay in MLA format or the five paragraph model, please referto the following links:MLA: https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/747/01/ 5 Paragraphs: http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/five_par.htmBy the way: I am Interviewing you.