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11.29.16 PPG.pptx

  1. OBJECTIVE Define nation and state; Differentiate nation from state.
  2. ACTIVITY • Divide the class in three groups. • Each will receive metacards with scrambled words and letters • The students will arrange the words and letters to form definitions
  3. NATION • a group of persons belonging to one community, having one culture and language, living the same experience • does not necessarily have a territory or government • technically, it refers to the PEOPLE
  4. NATION-STATE • it has people, territory, government and sovereignty • homogenous (one) culture, language, experience and ethnicity • an ideal one but difficult to achieve • the closest example is Japan, yet there are ethnic diffferences among the Japanese people
  5. STATE • community of persons, more or less numerous, living in a specific territory, having a government that commands obedience within the territory and is free from external control • elements: people, territory, government and sovereignty
  6. ELEMENTS PEOPLE population living in the territory citizens of the state to some extent includes foreigners staying in the state as they are covered by the sovereignty of the state
  7. TERRITORY  the jurisdiction of the state  includes three doamins: terrestrial (land), fluvial (water), aerial (air/sky)  determination of territories is stipulated on the UNCLOS(UN Convention on the Law of the Seas)  in PH, archipelagic doctrine is at work; refers to the stipulation that an archipelago is treated as ONE  12 nautical mile boundary starting from the outermost territory
  8. GOVERNMENT an agency where the will of the state is manifested charged with management, administration and governance within the jurisdiction and all the resources within the state
  9. SOVEREIGNTY  the power of the state  internal sovereignty - will to command obedience within the territory  external sovereignty - freedom from external control  independence