• The Philippine Local Fiscal Administration in a Decentralized Setup
    experience of other countries, decentralization in the Philippines took a complete form. This may be attributed to the political atmosphere in the 1980’s- 1900’s conducive to decentralization and democratic form of government. Colombia deconcentrated its state services but placed a limit in the delegation...
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  • Violence Against Women
    organizations, takes actions to stop the abuse to the welfare and safety of the women. Violence against women is one of the hottest issues the Philippines is currently facing. There are different trends in the number of violence against women cases from different government and non-government agencies...
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  • debate
    the Philippines will not be made through the existing Regions and Political subdivisions. Instead, places with common ethnicity, language, culture, tradition, etc., shall form one federal unit. 5. The success of a form of government depends on the people who govern and the people being governed...
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  • Cultural Diplomacy: a Filipino Perspective
    intention of fostering mutual understanding" between or among nations (Kang, 2013) or simply put, it pertains to a cultural form of international communication between and/or among nations (Kieldanowicz). It was only during the past decade when governments started to and have increasingly paid...
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  • Parties and Accountable Government in New Democracies
    parties in the Philippines, and even in the world in general, are held in low esteem, and are often perceived as “selfish, dishonest, biased and incapable of recruiting quality leaders” (Lawson 1989; 270-71). Do governments in new democracies represent their citizens? If so, are governments in new...
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  • Bangsamoro and the Moro Problem
    different to the Philippine government, so they claim. For centuries, the Muslims have been engaging in wars against different colonizers to maintain their independence but gone are the days of conquistadors, now the Filipino-Muslims from the last four decades has been at war not against foreigners but...
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  • Federal VS republic
    FEDERAL FORM OF GOVERNMENT VS REPUBLICAN FORM OF GOVERNMENT There are many different forms of government that exists in the world and one of those is Federal form of government. Federal states are political body described by combination of partially self-governing states or provinces united...
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  • PHILIPPINE NATIONAL POLICE COMPLIANCE TO PHILIPPINE GOVERNMENT PROTOCOLS IN COUNTERING TERRORISM
    PHILIPPINE NATIONAL POLICE COMPLIANCE TO PHILIPPINE GOVERNMENT PROTOCOLS IN COUNTERING TERRORISM A RESEARCH PAPER PRESENTED TO: PROF. APOLONIO, JERRY D. IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE METHDOS OF RESEARCH IN INTERNATIONAL STUDIES (IS16) BY: BONIFACIO, SHERINA P...
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  • Political Turncoatism
    may only create tribalism, regionalism and sectorialism. Also, in Rwanda, people resort to revolution as they long for a more democratic form of government which had been transformed to a multi-party system. However, following the institutionalization of the preferred system are different ethnic and...
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  • Decentralization
    Introduction Thesis Statement: Decentralization as process of dispersing of authority by the Government to provide the needs of the society. I. General Consideration: Philippine is an archipelago that makes travel and communication difficult, time-consuming and costly. Development is inequitable...
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  • Is There a Philippine Public Administration?
    institutions: education, politics and government. The author describes education in the Philippines as poor especially in the areas of science,and History. I have seen so many interviews by fellow Filipinos and foreigners asking Filipinos what they know about the Philippine history and most answers were...
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  • Philippines
    During the Philippines’ pre-colonial days, the barangay is one of the most common forms of government. The barangay acted as a village-like structure where the Datu is their leader. According to Wikipedia, “Before the arrival of the Spanish colonizers in the Philippines in the 16th century, the...
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  • Government Bureaucracy in the Philippines
     Philippine Government Bureaucracy Submitted by: Judd Danielle Y. Garcia A75 / ACT143 Submitted to: Mrs. Maria Diana Dela Vega Malayan Colleges Laguna SUMMARY According to Max Weber, Bureaucracy is a distinct form of organization that is ideal for the...
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  • American Contibution to the Philippines
    prevalentattitude that anything American is “good”. Many of those in lowland Philippines, and most of the Christian population, for that matter, grew up in an increasing Americanizedsociety. The following American influence in the Philippines says it all: 1. Government -Partisan politics was one of...
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  • term paper
    definition of democracy is a form of government in which all eligible citizens participate equally either directly or through elected representatives in the proposal, development, and creation of laws. And there are two types of democracy the Direct and Indirect Democracy, the Direct Democracy is a...
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  • True Republic?
    that the Philippines is really a republican state. It is evident that the manifestations of the 4 postulates of republicanism among the government are the basis why the Philippines is a republican state. A country that is democratic in form is the same as republican. If you define republic, it is...
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  • The Government During Spanish and Present Day Government
    is like the government during Spanish and present day Filipinos. 1. FORM OF THE GOVERNMENT MONARCHY Spanish government during colonization in the Philippines is monarchy. These are the some characteristic of monarchy: • It form of government in which sovereignty is actually or nominally embodied...
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  • What Is a Government
    the kind of government which they establish, they are either autocratic or democratic. The Constitution of the Philippines is democratic. According to their form, constitutions are either written or unwritten. The written constitution is embodied in a document promulgated by a ruler as a royal...
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  • Philippine Financial Institutions
    transactions. 1. The development Bank of the Philippines P3 Billion initial 2. The Land Bank of the Philippines 3. The Amana Bank of the Philippines GOVERNMENT REGULATORY AGENCIES FOR FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS * Supervises and control the different financial institutions * Each...
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  • Bureaucracy in the Philippines - Book Review
    important characteristics of the current form and functions of the civil service of the Philippine government. In Chapter 1, Dr. Corpuz described the native life of the inhabitants before the arrival of the Spaniards. These inhabitants were not strangers to progress and civilization. Although the pre...
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