William Howard Taft addressing the Philippine Assembly. The Americans gave Filipinos limited self-government at the local level byand the Americans passed the Philippine Organic Act in to introduce a national government; byan election to the Philippine Assembly was held. The Nacionalista-dominated Philippine Assembly, and later the Philippine Senatewhich was created by the Jones Law and replaced the Philippine Commission, was often at odds with the Governor-General. Several independence missions were sent to Washington, D.
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GOVERNANCE PHILIPPINES BASIC POLITICAL CONCEPTS Public Administration and Social Communication Reported by: Ryan C.
Espino Politics - denotes a social activity - is the creation, maintenance and amendment of social norms or rules.
- Is an art and science of the government. - Is the realm of public affairs or the state. Philippine politics and governance: an introduction by Raymund Jose G Quilop-- 2 Public Opinion and Democratic Governance by Felipe B Miranda-- 3 Electoral and Party Politics in Prewar Philippines by Jorge V Tigno-- 4 Electoral and Party Politics in the Postwar Period by Jorge V Tigno-- 5 Electoral and Party Politics during the Martial Law.
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Aug 21, · MEANING OF GOVERNANCEGovernance in GeneralThe word “governance” came from the Latin verb “gubernare,” or more originally from the Greek word “kubernaein,” which means “to steer.” Basing on its etymology, governance refers to the manner of steering or governing, or of directing and controlling, a group of people .