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IN PS102 POLITICS AND GOVERNANCE WITH PHILIPPINES CONSTITUTION UNIVERSITY VISION A university which shapes a global Filipino imbued with moral courage nurtured through values and excellent education. Batangas State University is committed to implement its mandates of quality and excellence, relevance and responsiveness, access and quality, and efficiency and effectiveness through instructions, research and extension and production to meet the growing needs of the country and the world for globally competitive and morally upright professional, scientist, technologist, skilled workers and entrepreneurs. UNIVERSITY CODE VALUES •
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Peace and Spirituality Commitment to Excellent Service Human Dignity and Empowerment Transparency Honesty and Accountability Team Work and Harmony
COURSE DESCRIPTION: This is three-unt course which gives a clear perspective on the concept and principle of the State and government which are the fundamentals of political science sphere. Emphasis is given on the relevance of these concept to the Philippines State and its government through the study of the Philippine Constitution. No. of Units: (3) Three Scope: 1. 2. 3. 4. Study of State and Government Nature and form of government and state Different provision in the constitution Important of a constitution in a government
GENERAL OBJECTIVES OF THE SOCIAL SCIENCE AREA: At the end of the semester, the student should be able to;
1. Reflect critically on the totality human experience, understanding and
apprepiate the beautiful and the good and to learn from the lesson of the past. 2. Become aware of the social science problems and issues and recommended some possible solutions to the said problems and issues. 3. Enhance the awareness of the student of the importance of scientific approaches in the discussion and analysis of social issues and to conduct research study on the specific are of interest in social science. 4. Formulate for them a humane perspective that integrates all branches of the social science in a profound understanding of the individual as well as society. SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES OF THE COURSE:
1. Acquire basic knowledge and understanding on the study of the state and government. 2. Identify the nature and form of government and state. 3. Gain knowledge the different provision in the Philippine Institution. 4. Develop understanding on the importance of a constitution in a government. METHOD OF EVALUATION / Grading: Subject without laboratory Major Examination Class Standing Quizzes Recitation Projects 60% 40% 50% 30% 20%_ 100%
COURSE REQUIRMENTS: 1. Oral Report 2. Reaction Papers COURSE CONTENTS/ SCHEDULE: Part1 – Prelims A. Introductory Concepts 1. Political Science Defined 2. Functions Importance and Goals of Political Science 3. Concept of State and Government a. Origin of State b. Elements of State c. Purpose and Necessity of Government d. Forms of Government e. Philippine Government and its Historical Background 1. Pre-Colonial Period 2. Colonial Period 3. Post Colonial Period 4. Present Philippine Government a. Concept of constitution 1. Constitution and Constitutionalism Defined 2. Classification of Constitution 3. Content of Constitution 4. Constitution Distinguished from statute 5. Constitution of the Philippines. It Nature and Purpose. A. The 1987 Constitution 1. The Preamble a. Its Nature, function and importance b. General objectives of the 1987 constitution and the government created under it. Part 2 – Midterm 1. Article 1 a. b. 1. Article 2 a. b. c. d. e. – The National Territory Its Extent Importance of Defining the National Territory – Declaration of Principles and State Policies Principle of Democracy and Republicanism Manifestation of War as a National Policy Renunciation of War as a National Policy Supremacy of the Civilian Authority over the Military Separation of the church and state
f. The sanctity of the family as the Basic Social Unit g. The Role of the youth in national Building 1. Article 3 – Bill of Rights a. Bill of Rights Defined b. Classes of Rights 1. Article 4 – Citizenship a. Meaning of Citizenship and Citizen. b. General Ways of Acquiring Citizenship c. Citizens of the Philippines d. Kind of Citizenship under the Constitution e. Loss of Citizenship f. Effects of Marriage of Citizen to an Alien g. Dual Allegiance of Citizens
1. Article 5 – Suffrage a. Theory of Popular Sovereignty
b. Meaning of Suffrage c. Scope of Suffrage d. Qualification of Voters
2. Article 6 – legislative Department
a. Structure 1. The Senate 2. The House Representative 3. The Commission of appointment of Congress 4. The electoral tribunal a. Powers 1. Legislative Power define 2. Scope of legislative Power of congress 3. Classification of Powers of Congress 4. Prohibition against the Delegation of Legislative Power a. Process 1. Steps in the Passage of a bill 2. When Bill May Become a Law 3. Veto Power of the President Part 3 – Pre Finals 1. Article 7 – Executive Department 1. Executive Power Defined a. President of the Chief Executive b. Qualification of President and Vice President c. Term of President and Vice President d. Election of the President and Vice President e. Presidential Succession 1. Power of the President (under the Constitution) a. Power of Appointment b. Power of Removal c. Power of Enforce Laws d. Power of Supervision Over all Executive Departments, Bureau, Agencies e. Military Power of the President f. Pardoning Power of the President g. Authority to Contract and Guarantee Foreign Loans h. Budgetary Power of the President
1. Article – 8 – Judicial Department
1. Structure a. Organization of Courts b. Composition of the Supreme Court 1. Powers a. Meaning of Judicial Review b. Scope of Judicial Power 1. Meaning of Judicial Review 2. Meaning of the Independence of the Judiciary 1. Common Provision 2. The Civil Service Commission 3. The Commission on Electron 4. The Commission on Audit 11.Article 10 – Local Government 1. Nature of Public Office 2. Administrative and Political Autonomy 3. Presidential Power of Supervision 4. Congressional Power of Control 5. Powers 6. Sangguniang Kabataan Part 4 – FINALS 11.Article 11- Accountability of Public Office 1. Nature of Public Office 2. Public Office, a Public Trust 3. Principle of Public Accountability 4. Duty of Allegiance of Public Officers and Employees to the State and the Constitution 11. Article 12 – National Economy and Patrimony 1. Goals of National Economy 2. Lands of Public Domain and its Classification 3. National Economics and Development Authority 4. State’s Authority over Foreign Investment
11.Article 13 – Local Justice and Human Rights 1. Labor 2. Agrarian and Natural Resources Reform 3. Urban Land Reform and Housing 4. Health 5. Women 11. Article 14 – Education Science and Technology, Arts, Culture, and Sports Education 1. Language 2. Science and Technology 3. Arts and Culture 4. Sports Week Number 1 Topics Introductory Concepts, of State and Government Concepts of Constitution 1987 Constitution of the Philippines The Preamble Article 1 Strategies Brainstorming Discussion Suggested Reading Dannog & Campanilla pp. 47-66; pp. 129152 de Leon pp 1-16 Dannog & Campanilla pp. 245-277, de Leon pp. 18-22 Dannog &
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Campanilla pp. 165-177, de Leon pp. 32-41 Dannog & Campanillia pp. 363-396 Campanilla pp. 401-438, de Leon pp. 67-120 De Leon pp. 122130 De Leon pp. 135140 De Leon pp. 144194 De Leon pp. 196229 De Leon pp. 230260 De Leon pp. 261301 De Leon pp. 303320 De Leon pp. 331338 De Leon pp. 339389 De Leon pp. 379405 De Leon pp. 406450
Reading/ List Textbooks: Dannug & Campanilla, Politics, Governance & Government with Philippine Constitution Quezon City; C & E Publishing Incorporated. De Leon, Hector S., Textbook on Philippine Constitution, Manila Rex Bookstore 1999 Monte et. al., Philippine Government & Constitution, Graduate Publication & Research Corporation 199 Prepared by: Mr. Marlon P. Tuiza Instructor I Noted by: Professor Regidor C. Suelto Chairman, CIR Noted by: Dr. Nora G. Dimaano Associate Dean, CIT
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