Essay on Civil Society

Persons Deprived of Liberty

2010 National Summit Declaration on Persons Deprived of Liberty Manila, Philippines “Collaborative Partnership in Enhancing the Dignity of Persons Deprived of Liberty” The participants, representing the Executive Branch, the Legislature, the Judiciary, other public institutions, civil society organizations, faith-based organizations and other partners, AFFIRMING the State’s constitutional obligation and adherence with international laws and covenants […]

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Citizenship; Civil Society And Civilization

Citizenship as depicted by Weber has its root from Medieval European metropolis. due to the political demands of the lifting category. merchandisers. professionals and skilled workers to command the environment. ( Ibid. 294 ) As earlier mentioned the batch of globalisation and interconnection has generated a similarity in the building and design of edifices. constructions […]

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Key Success Factors of Apple Inc

1. Abstract Introduction – Introducing Apple Inc. (One of the largest company in computer industry), and the meaning of Key Success Factors as well as the main objective of the Research Paper. Relation to Previous Research – By analyzing different researches, we can have a whole picture of Apple’s success and see whether there have […]

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Jihad Vs McWorld

In nature. there are ever at least two forces moving on each other. They either tend to be ever in resistance to one another to finally destruct the other or to make a new force that is a mixture of elements coming from each of the present forces. In society. Benjamin Barber identified two forces […]

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Ngo in India

NGO is a legally constituted organization created by natural or legal persons that operates independently from any government. The term originated from the United Nations (UN), and is normally used to refer to organizations that do not form part of the government and are not conventional for-profit business. In the cases in which NGOs are […]

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State and Civil Society: Exploring the Proper Relationship

A state is “defined as distinct set of political institutions whose specific concern is with the organization of domination, in the name of the common interest, within a delimited territory” (Burnham, 2003). What is important in defining a state is that it has the generally accepted right to exercise supreme power over its people. On […]

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What Effect Does the Advent of the Internet Have On Civil Society and Social Capital?

For many centuries people have been studying the effects of technological change in a society. The beginning of twentieth century was marked with rapid technological changes and therefore also with rapid changes in the civil society and social capital. As communication and information technology started to take hold, means of communication changed and instead of […]

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