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Philippine Politics and Governance


1. The Father of Modern Political Science.

2. A formalistic conception of politics.

3. Gets the most of the resources of the country.

4. Political statements that aim to call upon the massive mass or government action to achieve a
relatively better political and economical condition.

5. An ideology that opposes the state and advocates for the abolition of the government.

6. The capacity of human beings for collective action to achieve shared goals and visions.

7. The principle on which Fascism is based on.

8. Face of power that focuses on the behavior in the making of decisions on issues over which
there is an observable conflict of interest.

9. The capacity of bourgeois ideas to displace rival viewsand become in effect, the common
sense of the age.

10. The ability of an actor to change, shape, alter, influence or control the behavior and action of
another actor.

11. A method of inquiry or a tool used to understand politics.

12. Father of Classical Political Science.

13. Provides a comprehensive view of politics and extends to include other institutions.

14. Specifically deals with power in the government and how this institution exerts power for the
benefit of the society.

15. Formulates policies that answer the problems of the people.

16. He defined politics as "authoritative allocation of values for a society".

17. Includes institutions other than those of the government that are involved.

18. Are demands and supports that are fed into the political system.

19. Decisions and policies that result out of the political system.
20. Anything that the citizens and groups in society would want to ask their government to
provide or respond to.

21. Takes the form of a favorable political environment characterized by the presence of enabling
laws and rules, openness of the political system, etc.

22. Refers to the actual geopolitical, physicala and territorial boundaries of the state within which
the political system belongs and are legally and rightfully recognized inside and outside of
the state.

23. Refers to the confluence of foreign influences, forces and dynamics that lie beyond the
boundaries of the state.

24. Focuses on the discourse between actors in which power is negotiated.

25. Direct control of one actor to another.

26. Serves as the means to communicate to the political system the response of the public.

27. Power is exercised by beinga able to affect not just the actual decision outcomes but the very
conditions from which decision outcomes arise.

28. The position or roles of actors in relation to one another.

29. Identifies the powerful as those who are capable of subverting actual or 'real' interests of
those over whom power is exercised.

30. Indirect ways in which an actor affects another.