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  • What Are The Similarities Between Perikles And Caracalla

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    “Perikles and Caracalla: Depicting Personality and Power in Art” In the age of ancient civilizations of the Greeks and Romans, image was everything. Art, especially those on display in the public sphere, was ubiquitously exploited as propaganda by emperors, politicians and individuals of power to underscore their own political agendas, propagating specific, ideal public images within and beyond their ruling realms. In examining the public portraitures of Perikles and Caracalla, clear parallels

  • Disadvantages Of Political Dynasty

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    Political dynasty is a well known method of politicians in the Philippines wherein the members of the family been made also a member of the government in order for them to not lose power but gain more power. This act abides an unfair and unjust for the reason that the government is not a business that a family can run by themselves, but the government is for all and other people should be given chances wherein they can be the one that leads a community. The government or politics is not a business

  • Pros And Cons Of Anti Political Dynasty In The Philippines

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    6 Balbacal, Mikaella C. P1B Anti political dynasty Political dynasty is a well known method of politicians in the Philippines wherein the members of the family is made also a member of the government in order for them to not lose power but to gain more power. This act is an unfair and unjust because the government is not a business that a family can run by themselves, but the government is for all and other people should be given chances wherein they can be the one that leads a community. The

  • What Is The Example Of Nepotism

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    In Philippine politics, the ultimate goal is to have professional officials in the government so that the country will be ruled properly and be successful. For this to be achieved, officials who are in high positions should give power to those who are responsible enough and can prove that they are worthy of their given position. But in reality, this ideal image is somehow violated because of nepotism. "Nepotism is defined as favoritism shown by somebody in power to relatives and friends, especially

  • Advantages And Disadvantages Of Political Dynasty In The Philippines

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    Political dynasty is a well known method of politicians in the Philippines wherein the members of the family is made also a member of the government in order for them to not lose power but to gain more power. This act is an unfair and unjust because the government is not a business that a family can run by themselves, but the government is for all and other people should be given chances wherein they can be the one that leads a community. The government or politics is not a business that can be

  • What Are The Advantages And Disadvantages Of Political Dynasty

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    Political dynasty is evident when a person runs for an elective office who has an incumbent elective official occupying a position in the government (Pamaos, 2012). Political dynasty in the Philippines is very prominent due to the numerous lines of families governing a specific area. Filipinos are known for their close relationship with their families. Such is the familial love in Philippine society that some clans have made politics their family’s line of work (Santos, 2010). From the Aquinos, the

  • Advantages Of Political Dynasty In The Philippines

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    An Argumentative Essay About a Phillipine or Local Issue Topic: Political Dynasty Despite not being an economically rich state, Philippines is known for having people who deeply value their family members. Family-oriented Filipinos give importance to even to their most distant relatives as long as they have the same blood running through their veins. In this practice also, Filipinos tend to seek advices from the elders of the family before making a huge decision. Thus, decisions are made not by

  • Advantages And Effects Of Anti Political Dynasty In The Philippines

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    budget allocation, political dynasty and many more. In this paper, we will only focus on the problems as to why anti-political dynasty bill has not been passed yet. Political dynasties are very common from local government to national government. We view political dynasty as a threat in the destruction of democracy in our country in, which our fellow Filipinos fought against President Marcos. Up until now, for almost 28 years, we still don’t have the Anti- political dynasty bill

  • The Kinship, Interaction And Identity By Tan Chee Beng

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    This section contains only a summary of “Chapter 7 on The Kinship, Interaction and Identity” from the book “The Baba of Melaka: Culture Identity of a Chinese Peranakan community in Malaysia” written by Tan Chee Beng which was published in 1988. The author’s main purpose for writing this chapter is to identify in what ways is the Peranakan Chinese kinship system built based on the concept of social interaction between Baba and the non-Baba Chinese as well as other ethnic groups, especially amongst

  • Advantages And Disadvantages Of Political Governments In The Philippines

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    Endaya Speaker 1 Political dynasty is the concentration, consolidation or continuation of public office and political power by persons related to each other. As the first speaker of the affirmative side, let me tell you why there is a necessity for anti-political dynasty law. First, it is stated in Article II, Section 26 of the 1987 Constitution of the Philippines, “The State shall guarantee equal access to opportunities for public service and prohibit political dynasties as may be defined by law.”

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