Please choose one of the questions below and write a response to it. Responses must be around 300 words, must be properly cited, and must cite the textbook.According to the textbook, what is the difference between an interest or advocacy group and a social movement? Of these two forms, which has been most successful? Provide examples to support your answer.According to the textbook, why do advocacy groups benefit from “the enhanced complexity of society”? What are the disadvantages of this situation? Provide examples to support your answer.What does Miriam Smith argue about the pluralist view? Do you agree? Why or why not? Provide examples to support your answer.According to the textbook, what is the strategy that most social movements adopt in order to change society? In your opinion, is this effective? Why or why not? Provide examples to support your answer.How does the textbook define a “policy network”? What does Paul Pross argue about such networks? Assuming that this is true, what would be an effective strategy for a social movement to follow in order to influence a policy network?ReadingDyck, Rand. 2014. Canadian Politics: Critical Approaches. 9th edition. Toronto, ON: Nelson Thomson Learning (available through the Bookstore).