Democratic citizenship paragraph There are fundamental values and beliefs associated with democratic citizenship. Democratic values and beliefs are reflected in citizens’ actions. The first value and belief associated with democratic citizenship is justice. Having a fair and reasonable justice system helps keep our citizens in order and safe from harm. Creating laws for what’s right and wrong keeps society balanced and in order. For example things that are illegal are made illegal to protect citizens. To take it to an extreme, killing or harm on a person is illegal. If this law is broken there are major penalties like long jail time. We also value voting rights. Our society provides us with the freedom of choice and gives everyone over 18 the ability to vote. Everyone is allowed to choose who they think the most appropriate leader would be. All votes are counted and nothing about voting rights are unfair. These voting rights insure that majority of the population is happy because they had a say in who becomes in charge. This is important because if civilians feel that they had a say in what goes on in the government, they are more likely to be happy and satisfied with the government and there will be less complaints. In addition religion and culture is also a big part of our society’s beliefs and values. Our society makes sure there are many different churches to make every ethnic group feel comfortable and accepted as they should. Also there is no discrimination between…
The Question of Female Citizenship
The Martin vs. Massachusetts case began in 1801 when the son of William and Anna Martin, James Martin, sued Massachusetts for his mother’s confiscated land. After losing his case, he challenged the decision of the lower courts and brought it upon the Massachusetts Supreme Court. The fuss of this case in 1805 rested on the question of citizenship, specifically female citizenship, and what acts included them.
First, citizens must be defined. According to Anglo-American…
members of a state, typically through elected representatives.” But what does that actually include? Words like equality, formal written constitutions and elections that are voted on by the general public. The most common system that is deemed "democratic" in the modern world is parliamentary democracy, in which the voting public takes part in elections and chooses politicians to represent them in a legislative assembly. Two ideas that I believe are necessary to have a democracy is education and…
GCE Citizenship Studies (2100)
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As a part of this GCE course you will be expected to be involved in a wide range of active citizenship tasks. Your involvement in these tasks should be recorded in this active citizenship profile. You will need to complete this profile and take the completed document into the examination…
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the documentation that proves one is a legal citizenship can do so little if the individual does not perform the obligations placed upon. Nomads can have passports and certificates claiming their status in society but they must be perform tasks and partake in the country’s tradition. This gives another meaning to nomadic citizenship; nomads are also partaking in a cultural citizenship. The notion of belonging to a group is a part of cultural citizenship because nomads want to have the full rights…
Citizenship to the world
1 being a honest and positive influence to others. Being a good individual. I takes everything our church teaches to be a good citizen
Derivative Citizenship, Acquired Citizenship, Acquired Citizenship
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-Both Chinese citizens and U.S. citizens have the obligation to receive education. -Both Chinese citizens and U.S. citizens have the duty to get a Visa to travel to other…
In what ways does your daily life and academic work meet the criteria of: “Digital citizenship can be defined as the norms of appropriate, responsible behavior with regard to technology use.”?
For my daily life as a digital citizen, for example in social networks such as Facebook, when I write a comment or status, my words are going to reflect some of my personality. If I use inappropriate words that means there is a moral defect in me. In an academic work, if I used someone’s ideas or words without…
Republican party is for the most part against immigration. The democratic party is A LOT different! You will learn about that in the next paragraph.
On the other hand, the Democratic party tends to favor more open borders versus the Republican Party. As the Democratic party said in 2004, supports the improvement of "security at our borders and entry-points". However, when it comes to eventual legalization of illegal aliens, the Democratic Party is in favor of it. Especially those who "clear a background…
A paragraph (from the Greek paragraphos, "to write beside" or "written beside") is a self-contained unit of a discourse in writing dealing with a particular point or idea. A paragraph consists of one or more sentences. The start of a paragraph is indicated by beginning on a new line. Sometimes the first line is indented. At various times, the beginning of a paragraph has been indicated by the pilcrow . A written work—be it an essay or a story—is about an idea or concept. An essay explains…