UCSP 2nd Quarter Examination Lesson 7: State & Non-State Review

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Which entity is designed to generate a profit?

Cooperatives

Which theory refers to the origin when the state was created by God for the people?

Divine Theory

What is the supreme power of a state to rule itself without interference from other states?

Sovereignty

What refers to the maintaining of law, order, and stability?

Government

In which type of relationship is the teacher-student confined to the process of teaching, supervision, and instruction?

Formal

What are the legal entities established under the state of law that are designed to generate a profit?

Cooperatives

What is the informal methodology of teaching?

A process of learning derived from daily experiences

According to UNESCO, what is education considered as?

A fundamental human right

What is the behavior expected of a person who occupies a particular status called?

Social role

What does the term 'wealth' refer to?

The possession one has such as bank accounts and other objects with monetary value

What is the ability to secure one’s ends in life, even against opposition called?

Authority

What is the development of aesthetic sense and respect for others’ culture called?

Cultural

Which level of sociological analysis is concerned with the social psychological dynamics of individuals interacting in small groups?

Micro sociology

What is the position of an individual or group within a social structure called?

Social status

What does the term 'power' refer to?

The authority to influence over others’ will.

What are the characteristics of a minority group according to sociologists?

All of the above

Study Notes

Business and Economy

  • A business entity is designed to generate a profit.

Political Theory

  • The Divine Right Theory refers to the origin of the state being created by God for the people.

State Sovereignty

  • Sovereignty is the supreme power of a state to rule itself without interference from other states.

Social Order

  • Maintenance of law, order, and stability refers to the preservation of social order.

Education

  • Formal education is a type of relationship where the teacher-student is confined to the process of teaching, supervision, and instruction.
  • Informal education is an informal methodology of teaching.
  • According to UNESCO, education is considered as a basic human right.

Social Norms

  • Role refers to the behavior expected of a person who occupies a particular status.

Economics

  • Wealth refers to the resources and assets that have value and can be used to satisfy human needs and wants.
  • Power is the ability to secure one’s ends in life, even against opposition.

Cultural Development

  • Cultural enrichment is the development of aesthetic sense and respect for others’ culture.

Sociological Analysis

  • Microsociology is the level of sociological analysis concerned with the social psychological dynamics of individuals interacting in small groups.
  • Social status is the position of an individual or group within a social structure.

Business Entities

  • Corporations are legal entities established under the state of law that are designed to generate a profit.

Minority Groups

  • Characteristics of a minority group according to sociologists include: a group that is subordinate to a dominant group, has a distinct identity, and is often subject to prejudice and discrimination.

Test your knowledge on the concepts of state, non-state and government with this review quiz for UCSP 2nd Quarter Examination Lesson 7. Explore the definitions and roles of state, non-state entities, and government in maintaining law, order, and contributing to the country's development.

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