Free Essays on Citizens Duties And Obligations

  1. Right and Duties of Citizens

    of a country are called her citizens. The constitution of India has defined the qualifications to be an Indian citizen. Generally those who are born in India, who are born of the Indian parents and who are the long time residents of India are accepted as the Indian citizens. Besides, there are some special...

  2. Duties of Good Citizen

    Essay on Duties of a Good Citizen A citizen is a member of the community or a state enjoying certain privileges and performing certain duties He looks after security and the well being of the community and the community looks after his safety and security. He works for the welfare of the community...

  3. Fundamental Duties – Relevance and Applicability

    CONSTITUTION LAW II PROJECT (REPEAT) Fundamental Duties – Relevance and Applicability Submitted By: Ajay Singh Rathore ID - 210039 The constitution of India, in its Part IV-A provides Fundamental Duties. The Fundamental Duties were inserted in Article 51A of our Constitution in...

  4. Law and Good Citizen

    A good citizen is one who knows his rights and duties as a citizen. He asserts his rights and performs his duties with equal zest. His rights infect imply his duties. In all democracies an individual enjoys political as well as civic rights. Political rights consists of right to vote, right to freedom...

  5. The Socratic Citizen

    Assignment I: Is Socrates a good citizen? Discuss with reference to the Apology and the Crito. The Socratic Citizen Plato’s Socrates is a character plagued and prized with contradictions. He professed to care for nothing so much as virtue and human excellence but was incriminated by the greatest and...

  6. ETHC-445 (Principles of Ethics) Final Exam Answers

    what is prohibited or impossible To indicate that one choice is better than others To show what actions are legal To convey requirements and obligations To indicate that there are really no choices available 5. (TCOs 7, 8) Ethical Egoism proposes that all decisions should be made to promote what...

  7. accountability

    ACCOUNTABILITY AND RESPONSIBILITY Others know they can depend on a responsible person to do things on his or her own. Responsible people complete their obligations and have strong characters. 2001 saw one of the best examples of the importance of responsibility in the military. A Navy submarine rammed a boat...

  8. ETH 321 FINAL EXAM

    devices would diminish their profits and they don’t support the community because they provide jobs and don’t think they owe anything else to the citizens in their area. Donating to the community would also diminish profits. Which theory of corporate social responsibility are they exhibiting? the narrow...

  9. POL/303 Entire Course

    Week 2 DQ 2 Federalism and the Exercise of National Power Federalism and the Exercise of National Power. Our federal government has many duties, obligations, and powers under the Constitution. Some scholars argue that the reach of the federal government should be limited and constrained. Other scholars...

  10. Canadian Law Strict and Absolute Liability

    liable for not doing anything act all. According to sections 129(b), 215-218 and 263 of the criminal code individual are responsible for a legal duty specified by the code. In this essay I will discuss in what cases an omission can constitute criminal liability and how I feel about these cases as...

  11. The US ought to extend to non-citizens accused of terrorism the same constitutional due process protections it grants its citizens

    to extend to non-citizens accused of terrorism the same constitutional due process protections it grants its citizens. Before going further, I would like to define the following terms: Ought, according to the Merriam-Webster Dictionary, is used to express moral obligation. Citizen, according to the...

  12. Accountability

    Accountability refers to the obligation of an individual to report formally to his superior for the proper discharge of his responsibility. It is the answerability of a subordinate to render an account of his activities to his superior. The person who accepts responsibility is accountable for the performance...

  13. POL 303 Complete Homework

    Week 2 DQ 2 Federalism and the Exercise of National Power Federalism and the Exercise of National Power. Our federal government has many duties, obligations, and powers under the Constitution. Some scholars argue that the reach of the federal government should be limited and constrained. Other scholars...

  14. Army Values

    LIVING THE ARMY VALUES It Means You Live Up To A Higher Standard Many people know what the words Loyalty, Duty, Respect, Selfless Service, Honor, Integrity, and Personal Courage mean. But how often do you see someone actually live up to them? Soldiers learn these values in detail during Basic...

  15. Civic Duties of Teenagers

    Bailey 3/4/2013 Civic Duties of Teenagers Introduction Civic duty is the obligation to each of us to leave our community in a better condition than we found it. Every person in our country has rights, and with those rights come responsibilities. That is what civic duty is, your rights and responsibilities...

  16. Role and Function of Law

    power is through the separation of power into three separate branches; executive, legislative, judicial. Each branch has its own amount of power and duties. “It functions in tandem with other sources of law in three broad areas: establishing a structure for federal and state governments (including qualifications...

  17. critically examine the laws and legal principles relating to directors’ duties

    In a company, a director is a person employed as an officer of a company and has a duty to perform the duties of management of the business of the company. The relationship between directors and their company is classified by the law as a ‘fiduciary relationship’: Hospital Products Ltd v United States...

  18. Democracy

    Democracy is that form of government in which the ruling power of a state is legally vested not in any particular class or classes, but the entire citizens. The ideal of democracy is that of equality, freedom and welfare for all. Ancient democracy was based on the direct participation of the masses in...

  19. Hca322 Week 3 Assignment

    acceptable. To start, the area of law having the least impact on health care professionals is contract law. Health care professionals are under no obligation to sign contracts with any of their patients and if this ever happens it is on a rare basis. However, the professionals may hold other contractual...

  20. accountability

    Accountability is an obligation or willingness to accept responsibility or to account for ones actions. Now for the Army, it becomes an obligation more than“willingness” while you have to be willing to do it as well. Those that are unable to be accountable are the ones that jeopardize the combat readiness...

  21. Health Law H1N1

    the impact H1N1 has on health law and ethics specifically in relation to how physicians and health-care workers have the same human rights as all citizens: they have a right to be protected against infectious disease. In 2009 there was a flu pandemic and global outbreak of a new strain of the Influenza...

  22. Duties and Citizenship

    DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF A U.S CITIZEN DUTIES OF A U.S CITIZEN * Obey Laws * Pay Taxes * Serve in military if called * Serve on a jury as a witness in court You have the responsibility to support yourself and your personal immediate and extended family. Being self-sustaining...

  23. Eliminating Pe

    Physical Education Elimination—A Threat to American Society According to the American Heart and Stroke Association, 23.9 million citizens are overweight, 12.7 million of these range from the ages two to nineteen. Childhood obesity is a growing epidemic across the world, especially here in the United...

  24. Induvidual's Duty to Society

    be informed and perform lawful and moral duties to their government. Likewise, the government has the duty to provide protection for its people. However, at the same time, each induvidual has the power to decide how involved he or she will be in those duties, and they must decide how much power they...

  25. Jury Duty Information

    your cellphone to jury duty with you? B. Yes you may bring your cell phone with you to jury duty. However, if your phone has a camera on it, you must bring your jury duty summons and photo ID upon entering the judicial center. 3. What is the dress code for jury duty? C. Business or...

  26. One of Mohawk High Schools Best Citizens

    Mohawk High School is home to many fine citizens. Many are overlooked or not recognized. That is one of the reasons I believe this award is great. This is an excellent way to recognize the best citizens and commend them. It is all too often that people only realize the bad things that are going...

  27. What does it mean to be a citizen?

    1. What does it mean to be a citizen? The term "Citizen" is defined in the compact Macquarie Dictionary as, "a member, native or naturalised, of state or nation". This paper intends to question what it is that constitutes a member or citizen, of state or nation. Many concepts and theories are promoted...

  28. American Citizens Duties to the Government: According to the Constitution

    American Citizens Duties To The Government: According To The Constitution Christopher J Morin College Of Central Florida Abstract What is our duties and obligations to our country. What is the importance of these duties to our nation, government, and the other citizens of the united states...

  29. Moral Obligations

    moral terms, it is no different than the absence of people doing something (Singer, 1972). Singer defends his second principle with our “moral obligation” a drowning child is used as an example. “Should one feel less obligated to pull a drowning child out of a pond, if on looking around you see other...

  30. Accountability as an Obligation Imposed by Law

    situation. The Department of defense defines accountability as the obligation imposed by law or lawful order or regulation on an officer or other person for keeping accurate record of property, documents, or funds. The person having this obligation may or may not have actual possession of the property, documents...

  31. Men in Athenian Society

    While being a male citizen of Athens allowed for many privileges the metics, slaves and women lacked, it also carried with it a great deal of responsibility. Male citizens had many roles, both personal and social, that they were expected to fulfil in order to maintain the polis and their community....

  32. The Duty of Bystanders to Rescue

    bystanders a general duty to aid the proverbial ‘baby drowning in a puddle of water,' though there have been several exceptions to the general rule which the courts have distinguished, usually where some sort of prior relationship exists between the parties. Protagonists of a ‘duty to rescue' tend to...

  33. An American Citizen, Losing Faith in the System

    Teresa Chappell English 101 (MW) 3/05/2010 Essay #5 An American Citizen, Losing faith in the System As an American citizen, it pains me to say that I am losing faith in most areas of our government. The public school system is trying to take God out of our schools. The judicial system, in...

  34. John of Salisbury

    Hunting, feasting, and the other entertainments of courtiers are acceptable recreation so long as they are done in moderation and do not conflict with duties. Those external goods that one can acquire in life are tools that help people perform virtuous acts; as such, they to be valued and sought (Poli....

  35. Soldiers

    Soldiers are men and women who have pledged their lives by sacrificing their freedom, some soldiers even gave their lives so that all of the other citizens in America could have the freedom that they have today. Whenever a person enlists in the military, they become a soldier, an individual who makes...

  36. Paper on something

    it also grow and evolves. Today, in America, we are faced with the problem of gun violence. America, being the country that most freely allows its citizens to own guns, has the 13th worst gun violence in the world, right behind Mexico. Knowing that, I don't think anyone can argue that control is needed...

  37. Duties Andresponsibilities of a Citizen

    the country but not a citizen. Factors determining citizenship The modern sense of citizenship is usually based on one or more of these factors: • Parents are citizens. If a person has one or both parents who are citizens of a given state, then the person may be a citizen of that state as well...

  38. Right, Duty and Obligation/Responsibility: a Search for Ethical

    1 RIGHT, DUTY AND OBLIGATION/RESPONSIBILITY: A SEARCH FOR ETHICAL FUNDAMENTALS By Dr. Ani Casimir K.C 2 1) Introduction: Immanuel Kant gave philosophy four fundamental questions with which it is to concern itself and they are: (1) What can I know? ; (2) What is man?; (3) What can...

  39. LAW 421 UOP Course / tutorialrank

    as A. adjudication of law suits B. the enactment of laws by a government body C. the science and philosophy of law D. the duties and obligations owed by a citizen 3) The state of Kansas has enacted a new law requiring all commercial trucks driving on Kansas roads to have special mud flaps...

  40. Consent Theory of Political Obligation

    All relationships, either personal or political, entail in some way obedience and obligation. The relationship between the individual and the state for this papers purpose will be our focus. The individual is bound to obey the laws that are enforced upon them by the state for many reasons. The laws are...

  41. Moral Obligations about Charity views of Peter Singer and John Arthur

    Moral Obligations about Charity views of Peter Singer and John Arthur By Amy Gallaher The fact that we can afford to provide for ourselves even beyond our basic needs bring an important question.  Is it then our duty to provide financial assistance to those who do not have enough to provide for...

  42. NSW Police and special powers

    collecting evidence against the accused person. The police are given special powers which are often controversial as they may cause conflict with everyday citizens. These special powers may include powers to demand information, powers to give direction and powers of search and seizure. I believe the NSW Police...

  43. AJS 532 Week 1 individual assignment

    contract to benefit mutually everyone. “Social contract theory, nearly as old as philosophy itself, is the view that persons’ moral and/or political obligations are dependent upon a contract or agreement among them to form the society in which they live” (Friend, 2004, para. 1). Furthermore, John Locke’s...

  44. Place of duty

    some of the Army Values to give an understanding on how being and not being at the appointed place of duty can effect yourself, fellow soldiers, chain of command, the mission and tasks at hand. Duty, Respect, Selfless Service, and Integrity will be the army values I have chosen to use for this essay...

  45. Defining Natural Born Citizens

    Pennsylvania Avenue NW Washington, DC 20500 Comments: 202-456-1111 Switchboard: 202-456-1414 FAX: 202-456-2461 No Person except a natural born Citizen, or a Citizen of the United States, at the time of the Adoption of this Constitution, shall be eligible to the Office of President; neither shall any Person...

  46. Discuss About the Duty of Paying Taxes

    taxes is enough to contribute to the society. Others argue that being citizens involves more responsibilities. Discuss both sides and give your opinion. ANSWER Paying taxes has become a compulsory obligation of each citizen for a long time but in recent years, there have some heated debates with...

  47. The Army as a Profesion

    Army is a group of servant leaders providing a necessary and important service to the American people. This service is not something the average citizen is willing to do, but understands that it must be done. Our job is to fight, shape and win America’s wars. Judicious use of lethal force is how we...

  48. Towards Lasting Peace

    cosmopolitan legal reform and individual moral improvement, including resistance to egoism and the cultivation of cosmopolitan attitudes. The duty to pursue peace includes the duty to promote the rule of domestic and international law and work against its unilateral subversion. The juridical cosmopolitanism of...

  49. W.D. Ross’ Prima Facie Duties

     W.D. Ross’ Prima Facie Duty Vs. Jonathan Peter Dancy’s Particularism Asante Mizan 116799840 Friday, April 12th, 2014 PP207 Asante Mizan 116799840 Friday, April 12th, 2014 PP207 Final Paper: W.D. Ross’ Prima Facie Duty vs. Jonathan Peter Dancy’s Particularism ...

  50. The Entity Known as the Nigerian Embassy

    embassies each. The embassy is responsible for representing the home country abroad and handling major diplomatic issues, such as preserving the rights of citizens abroad. The ambassador is the highest official in the embassy and acting as the chief diplomat and spokesperson for the home government. Ambassadors...

  51. Summary of Washington's Farewell Address

    his term in office as the First President. This however, would be an incorrect assumption. Washington, prepared his message to “Friends and Fellow-Citizens,” which has become known as George Washington’s Farewell Speech. Washington’s message wasn’t a speech at all. In fact, it was never spoken. Washington...

  52. Anand Essay

    sense of freedom that a slave could never achieve. The untouchable’s obligation to the job they were born into is a difficult thing to accept being a free American citizen but, the idea that a slave was better off because his duties or master could change doesn’t mean that they could have the security...

  53. Army values

    maker. When we establish loyalty to our soldiers, the unit, our superiors, our family, and the Army we must be sure the "correct ordering" of our obligations are being accomplished and not the easiest. There is no clear rule as to which comes first. Sometimes it will be the service, sometimes the family...

  54. Is There a Moral Obligation to Obey the Law?

    fact, with the exception of a special class of laws, it is no reason at all. This is the core of discussion whether there is a general moral obligation to obey the law. This discussion started in the 1970's in the United States. The background to it was the civil rights movement in the United States...

  55. Obligations

    Filipino people and other countries which most of their businesses and economy depends on the support of the US government. But my plea to my fellow citizens is that we should refrain from distancing ourselves from reality. I believe that our country can surpass this crisis if we become independent from...

  56. A critcle look at voting

    the reader of the negative sides of the presidential election, by stating. “The case for voting relies on factual errors, misunderstandings about the duties of citizenship, and overinflated perceptions of self-worth. There are some good reasons for some people to vote some of the time. But there are a lot...

  57. On Duty of Civil Disobedience

    throughout the document "On Duty of Civil Disobedience" by maintaining a very serious tone. Thoreau states his opinions regarding how the United States government should be run. He also points out how unjust occurrences and regulations stifle the minds of the US citizens. Thoreau's utopian government...

  58. Duty of Civil Disobedience

    Rishika Jairath Prof Subarno Chatterji Semester 4 19 February 2013 A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF “ON THE DUTY OF CIVIL DISOBEDIENCE” “On The Duty Of Civil Disobedience” 1849, a civil libertarian classic essay by American transcendentalist Henry David Thoreau is one of the most influential...

  59. A Good Citizen

    A GOOD CITIZEN All of us are global citizens of this world. (anonymous) To be a good citizen, is very important. There are citizens but everybody cannot be a good citizen. A good citizen needs to imbibe many qualities. That he has some duties and responsibilities to bear is true, but at the same...

  60. Army Values

    Army Values Loyalty | Duty | Respect | Selfless service | Honor | Integrity | Personal courage “Army Values” is not merely a phrase for how members of the Army should act; they are who we are. We emulate the seven Army Values because they are the standard for behavior, not only in the Army, but in...