BASIC CONCEPTS IN GOVERNMENT

Government (Secondary School)

BASIC CONCEPTS IN GOVERNMENT

STATE A state may be simply defined as a politically organized body of people occupying a definite geographical entity/territory with an organized government, free from external control and has coercive power to secure obedience from its citizens and others.   Characteristics of a State Population: one major feature of a state is population. There must …

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Government (Secondary School)

BASIC CONCEPTS IN GOVERNMENT

FASCISM Fascism is an ideology based on the concept of force and total compliance to the tunes of the authority. It is regarded as a philosophy, principle, and organization of the aggressive nationalist and anti-communist dictatorship.   It started as a movement in Italy in 1922 and came to an end in 1943 under Benito …

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Government (Secondary School)

BASIC CONCEPTS IN GOVERNMENT

SOCIALISM Socialism may be defined as an ideology that advocates collective ownership, control and organization of the means of production, distribution and exchange of goods and services. In this system, most of the factors of production and distribution are controlled and operated by the government on behalf of the citizens. Goods and services are produced …

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Government (Secondary School)

BASIC CONCEPTS IN GOVERNMENT

LEGITIMACY The word legitimacy is derived from the Latin word ‘legitimus’, which means lawful or according to law. In government, it means the acceptance of the political system by the people in compliance with the laid down rules and regulations.   A government is considered to be legitimate if it has come into office through …

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