• Political Turncoatism
    common scenario in the Philippine politics. Its occurrence is usually at election times or at times when there is a need to resolve a certain conflict involving a political issue or question and during times of revolutions and People Power. True enough the party system of the country seems to resemble...
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  • The Philippines and Democracy
    government, since its independence, still affects the current structure. Authoritarianism, whether represented by the current president or not, still resounds in the minds of the Filipino people and the political culture. Until these issues are resolved the Philippines will not represent a democracy...
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  • Political Issues ,
    apathy.   The paper will explain the rationale behind the development of the Philippines social and political issues. The Philippines is faced with a number of issues that concern our organization. We are passionate about raising awareness of these issues, and developing grass-roots solutions...
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  • Philippine Democracy
    plagued long before the Pork Barrel story. Issues regarding nepotism, lack of transparency, participation of the masses, and so on have been present for the longest time. Being a Management student, I am sometimes disconnected with the occurrences in Philippine democracy. It may be due to the fact...
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  • Sabah and Spratlys
    could be lurking around in the claiming of the land because once the Sabah is brought back, the Sultanate of Sulu could gain economic and political power in the Republic of the Philippines. Then, as I hypothesize, it could lead to the overwhelming control of the Sultan of Sulu not only on the...
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  • Politics and Development in Asia
    infantile stages (as seen in Philippine society) had helped to consolidate and unify the different levels of society to enact political change that would help in the betterment of the country. Revolution being the catalyst for political change in Asia has helped foster the spread of independent...
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  • Intglos
    Congress include the following issue areas: • Governance: The lack of ability of the Philippine government to provide or ensure economic opportunities, basic social services, and political accountability to many of its citizens is an ongoing source of political instability and of the...
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  • Party System Institutionalization
    high degree of personalism in less-developed democracies than in the highly developed democracies. Voters choose candidates on the basis of their personal characteristics rather than party, ideology and programmatic issues. “PARTY SYSTEM INSTUTIONALIZATION: THE PHILIPPINE EXPERIENCE” The Philippines...
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  • History
    | |Course Description |This course is a comprehensive cultural, social, economic, and political history of the Philippines from | | |Pre-Historic period to the present. Emphasis is given on the importance...
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  • Extra Judicial Shit
    Extrajudicial Killings in the Philippines Extrajudicial killing is the political issue in the Philippines that the group chose. Extrajudicial killing is defined as the execution of a person or group of persons by state agents without due process of the law. The group chose a video...
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  • A Dim Light at the End of the Tunnel
    the information from the Policy Brief. III. Results and Discussion The following are the major factors and issues that hinder the effective implementation of CARP: 1. insufficient funds 2. lack of political will 3. collective ownership of land 4. land valuation issues 5. land...
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  • Social Issue
    Crises 113 Special issue of the Southeast Asia Chronicle on the 400 Year War - Moro Struggle in the Philippines, 1982; study on Class and Colony in Mindanao: Political Economy of the National Question, 1980; a historical study on the Anatomy of the Mindanao Crises, n.d.; article on Profit at Gunpoint...
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  • Bti 2010
    to avoid being perceived as a “lame duck” president. Her close political allies have continually given thought to amending the constitution so as to extend her term in office beyond 2010. History and Characteristics of Transformation The Philippines’ experience with the goals of democracy and...
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  • The Philippine Massacre
    Philippine massacre Title: Counter-Terrorism does more harm than benefit for a nation. Introduction The Philippine massacre has been dubbed as the worst political killing in Philippine history, speculated to have been spiraled by laws approved by the Philippine government. A law passed to combat...
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  • Social Study (Thesis paper)
     Arellano University Plaridel Campus “Social Study” Concept Paper: The Causes and Consequences of Political Dynasty in every Citizen in the Philippines. A partial Fulfillment for the Course Requirements in Social Studies 4 Submitted by: Queeny Micah M...
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  • Rh Bill
    disregard any attempts to stop its enactment? 3 R. Baring Reproductive Health Bill in the Philippines strength of this political engagement was well pronounced during the years of Jaime Cardinal Sin. The contentious issue of religion entering into the public realm— e.g. in public...
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  • Restructuring the ASEAN Political-Security Community (APSC): Philippine Prospects for Regional Collective Defense and Stronger Military Relations
    Restructuring the ASEAN Political-Security Community (APSC): Philippine Prospects for Regional Collective Defense and Stronger Military Relations A Student Foreign Policy Paper In Partial Fulfillment of Pre-Midterm of the Requirements of IRFS 122: Foreign Service and Analysis of Foreign...
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  • Political Dynasty: an Oligarchy
    Ma. Ericka S. Magpayo AB – 31 POLITICAL DYNASTY: AN OLIGARCHY 2013 Election is coming and hearing same family names is indeed does not make a difference and also issues regarding political dynastic are still there. The 1987 Philippines Constitution provides in article II, section 26 “The...
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  • Effects of Media Exposure on the Knowledge Level on Political Issues of Lipa City Residents
    CHAPTER I THE PROBLEM Introduction The current Philippine political issues have been the life of the country, which keeps everyday’s life moving just like flow of the river. Mostly the news that an ordinary person might encounter tackled the present condition of the political aspects of...
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  • Philippines Mass Media Law and Foreign Ownership Rules
    The total prohibition against foreign ownership of Philippine mass media exemplifies a broader polemic on nationalism - as a legitimate priority for constitutional protection, as opposed to being an appealing mass strategy for political rhetoric. Within this theoretical setting, I propose a...
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