The Barangay As A Unit Of Society Essays and Term Papers

  • Level of Performance

    independent society makes and carries out those rules of action which are necessary to enable men to live in a social state, or which are imposed upon the people forming that society by those who possess the power or authority of prescribing them. It is the aggregate of authorities which rules a society”. As...

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    Chapter 1 INTRODUCTION As a basic political unit barangay works as the preliminary ground for plans, policies, programs, projects and activities in the community, and also it is where people can exchange views towards the government that can be deliberated and pushed. In the advent of the modern...

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  • This

    The Barangay as the Unit of Society The Barangay as a political unit is the most enduring legacy of our pre-Hispanic past. As pupils we learned that the word barangay traces its roots to balangay – the small but sturdy boats that our Malay ancestors used to navigate the rough seas of the Pacific to...

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  • Local Fiscal Autonomy of Barangays Under the 1991 Local Government Code: a Case Study on Its Effects in the Governance of Selected Barangays in the Municipality of Atimonan

    LOCAL FISCAL AUTONOMY OF BARANGAYS UNDER THE 1991 LOCAL  GOVERNMENT CODE:  A CASE STUDY ON ITS EFFECTS IN THE GOVERNANCE OF SELECTED  BARANGAYS IN THE MUNICIPALITY OF ATIMONAN                An Undergraduate Thesis  Presented to the Faculty of Arts and Sciences  Manuel S. Enverga University Foundation ...

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  • performance of punong barangay

    Punong Barangay in the 4th district Manila”. In this research Descriptive Design was applied, which involves the gathering of facts by means of Distributing Questionnaires in order to answer the questions that concerned this study. In this study the duties and functions of the punong barangay were...

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  • Solid Waste Management

    Solid Waste Management-Barangay Poblacion, Alabel, Sarangani Province as other source of revenue generation I. Background Alabel has been legally approved as Barrio Alabel by then Municipal Council of General Santos, Cotabato through Resolution No. 182 dated September 17, 1956 with Hon. Pedro...

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  • Socio-Demographic Profile and Problems Encountered by the Heads of Lupong Tagapamayapa in the Municipality of Bayambang

    Background of the Study The barangay is the basic unit of government in the Philippines. Unknown to many, it is where much of actual governance takes place, and where the government and the citizens meet face to face. More than a hundred roles have been assigned to barangays by the Local Government Code...

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  • Msdgh

    distribution, and taxonomy. Biology has many subdisciplines unified by five so-calledaxioms of modern biology: 1. Cells are the basic unit of life 2. Genes are the basic unit of heredity 3. New species and inherited traits are the product ofevolution 4. An organism regulates its internal environment...

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  • Drug Addiction

    just about everyone is different. It was also a condition that characterized by compulsive drug intake, craving and seeking despite what majority of society may perceive as the negative consequences associated with drug use. Drugs affect different people in different ways. One person can take and abuse...

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  • Solid Waste Management

    Implementation of Waste Collection and Segregation at Barangay San Isidro, Daet, Camarines Norte Chapter 1 The Problem Background of the Study As the homes are piled up with garbage or “junk” because of beverage containers, tableware, papers, plastics, sporting goods and on and on this throwaways...

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  • Effectiveness the Implementation of Peace and Order Ordinance at Barangayn

    of the Barangay: Reflections of Academics, JOAAG, Vol. 4. No.2 Enhancing Governance of the Barangay: Reflections of Academics   Jimmy T. Masagca 1   Manrico T. Masagca 2 M. Chunxiang 3 Abstract This paper presents the insights of selected academics on local governance of the Barangay, the basic...

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  • Enhancing Governance of the Barangay : Reflections of Academics

    Masagca, J. T., Masagca, M. T. & Chunxiang, M. (2009).  Enhancing Governance of the Barangay: Reflections of  Academics, JOAAG, Vol. 4. No.2  Enhancing Governance of the Barangay: Reflections of Academics     Jimmy T. Masagca1     Manrico T. Masagca2    M. Chunxiang3    Abstract  This ...

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  • Thesis of Programs About Drugs

    POLICE AND BARANGAY COORDINATION: AN ENHANCEMENT OF ANTI-ILLEGAL DRUGS CAMPAIGN IN (BARANGAY 439 ZONE 44 SAMPALOC, MANILA) A case Study Presented to The Faculty of School College Public Administration and Criminology Eulogio “Amang” Rodriguez Institute of Science and Technology ...

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  • Brgy Profile of UP Campus

    ng Pilipinas N a t I o n a l C a p I t a l R e g I o n Barangay U.P. Campus Lungsod Quezon LAND AREA: 493 Hectares A BRIEF HISTORY ON THE CREATION OF THE BARANGAY The Barangay U.P. Campus was created on June 25, 1975 by Executive Order No. 24 of the...

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  • Effectiveness of Peace and Order

    CHAPTER I INTRODUCTION Barangay as defined in the Local Government Code of 1991 is “the basic political plans, programs, projects, and activities in the community, and as a forum wherein collective views of the people may be expressed, crystallized and considered, and where disputes may be amicably...

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  • Am Looking the Right Soul Mate, Until the Rest of My Life

    different influences brought about by our contact with the culture of our neighbors are as follows: 1. Community Organization Barangay- is the social and political unit of society -it is a social institution larger than the family and was base on kinship relation and a network of loyalty obligation...

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  • Peemak

    SWM is still expected to grow five percent in the next three years. The major end-users of SWM products and equipment are the local government units and their private contractors as well as private proponents of SWM projects. The equipment cost and the source of project funding are major purchase...

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  • Development Communication

    active role in advocating and implementing economic and social reform. In line with this, the author of this paper conducted a community research at Barangay 694, Malate, Manila City. Within the research is substantial information about the said community – such as ecological factors, historical development...

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  • Parkinson's Disease

    Before the Spaniards cam, the unit of society was the barangay. The chieftains were Datus. When a group of barangays banded together for mutual protection and survival, the recognized head was called rajah or sultan. The barangay system of land distribution may be traced...

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  • Viral Infection to the Local Government

    political subdivisions which consist of cities, municipalities, provinces and barangays. Traditionally local government is looked as a service provider in the community. The local government also has an enabling role in the society. Philippines as a democratic country, in which the supreme power lies in...

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