State
Definition, Its Elements and
Origin
State Defined
State is a community of persons
more or less numerous, permanently
occupying a definite portion of
territor...
The Four Elements of the States
People
- an organization of human beings
living together as a community
Territory
- a geog...
The Four Elements of the States
Government
- is the executive branch of the state and has
the role to administer the state...
Two types of Sovereignty
Internal Sovereignty
- is the relationship between a
sovereign power and its own subjects.
Extern...
Origin of States
Natural Theory
The social urge of the human being
to be within a group of as “man is a
social being.”
Pat...
Origin of States
3. Force Theory
Through the constant war and
invasion of the great warriors in the
ancient time dominated...
Origin of States
5. Social Contract Theory
Formed by deliberate and
voluntary compact among the people
to form a society a...
Distinction Between State and
Nation
State
• Political concept
• Not subject to
external control
• May consist of
one or m...
Thank you!
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Polsc2 2 state

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Transcripts - Polsc2 2 state

  • 1. State Definition, Its Elements and Origin
  • 2. State Defined State is a community of persons more or less numerous, permanently occupying a definite portion of territory, having a government of their own to which the great body of inhabitants render obedience and enjoying freedom from external control.
  • 3. The Four Elements of the States People - an organization of human beings living together as a community Territory - a geographical area that is owned and controlled by a government or country to exercise such state sovereignty.
  • 4. The Four Elements of the States Government - is the executive branch of the state and has the role to administer the state uniformly in the following aspects: political, economic, social, cultural, use of natural resources, environmental protection, national defense and security, and foreign affairs. Sovereignty - is the quality of having supreme, independent authority over a territory.
  • 5. Two types of Sovereignty Internal Sovereignty - is the relationship between a sovereign power and its own subjects. External Sovereignty - concerns the relationship between a sovereign power and other states
  • 6. Origin of States Natural Theory The social urge of the human being to be within a group of as “man is a social being.” Patriarchal Theory State evolves from the enlargement of family under the authority of the parents or the elders
  • 7. Origin of States 3. Force Theory Through the constant war and invasion of the great warriors in the ancient time dominated the weak that later on formed a state. 4. Divine Right Theory State is of divine creation and the ruler is ordained by God to govern the people
  • 8. Origin of States 5. Social Contract Theory Formed by deliberate and voluntary compact among the people to form a society and organize government for their common good
  • 9. Distinction Between State and Nation State • Political concept • Not subject to external control • May consist of one or more nations Nation • Ethnic concept • May or may not be indepen-dent of external control • May consist of one or more states
  • 10. Thank you!

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