Free Essays on The Responsibilities Of A Good Citizen

  1. Citizenship, a Right and a Responsibility….

    right to vote or the right of free speech are aspects that, as citizens, we posses. Being born in America automatically gives you these rights and many more, and most importantly, you become a citizen. Now, with citizenship comes responsibility such as obeying the law and paying taxes. So if you follow...

  2. citzienship

    call to action for citizens of the United States to do what is right for the greater good. In America, no issue can be more important than what amount of attention should be devoted to one’s rights and responsibilities as a member of the society. The responsibilities of a citizen include knowing one’s...

  3. Responsibilities V.S. Duities

    says that all persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the state wherein they reside. All citizens hold a very important position of authority. Many years ago our forefathers implemented a Constitutional Republic...

  4. Title

    Communication is important to being a good Digital Citizen (5 sentence minimum) It is important because if you don’t you will not be known as a good person online. You can also get in trouble. Maybe fines. Sometimes you can get jail time. So make sure you are a good digital citizen. Describe TWO new and interesting...

  5. Consumer Rights in Pakistan

    rights of citizens and consumers at all socio-economic levels, with a particular emphasis on the inarticulate and disadvantaged groups; and facilitates the emergence of an organized movement in Pakistan, so that the citizens could have legally enforceable rights." The Rights and Responsibilities of Consumers ...

  6. Global Citizenship

    attracted to join in one community and solve global problems together. Nowadays, many people can be considered as citizens of our planet, or as Global Citizens. The main goal of Global Citizens is to create such conditions and solutions to problems in order to make the world around them a better place. All...

  7. Citizenship of Organizations, Nations and Planet –

    vigilance for the citizen must take many forms. There are many varied definitions for Citizen, but in this context it can be said that Citizen is the person who represents the country-legally and Citizenship describes the status of belonging somewhere and it implies both rights and responsibilities (Graham, 1991)...

  8. Perception and Individual Decision Making

    be debated is: Does the world have a right morally, politically, and even economically, to interfere in the internal affairs of another country? A good example is Cuba. Human rights have not flourished in Cuba at anytime during its history. The illegal traffic in slaves helped to sustain the Cuban sugar...

  9. eassy

    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...

  10. Lockdown

    Should civilians pay for prisoners to enter rehabilitation programs? Some may argue that poisoners do not deserve rehabilitation programs, and that citizens should not have to spend their hard earned money on someone who made the wrong chooses resulting in prison as the consequence. Others may argue that...

  11. Reaction

    asked to speak on the relationship between good governance, social responsibility and sustainability on the long term success of a country. In doing so he initially dealt with the idea of social responsibility in its extensive context relating to the responsibility of everyone in the society and sustainability...

  12. The Responsibility of a Catholic Citizen in a Free Society

    "The Responsibility of a Catholic Citizen in a Free Society” Our first and foremost responsibility is to Christ. We really should go to Mass at least weekly. We should also confess our sins, do our penance, and take Holy Communion, as well as spread the word of God to everyone. Our second responsibility...

  13. Aristolte Plato Social Contract

    Sonksen 1 Connor Sonksen Connorsonksen1@gmail.com Topic #2 Dr. Graff HON171 11/02/2012 Social Contracts and Responsibility The best and brightest of history’s philosophers have dedicated great amounts of time to describing the best forms of social and political organization with the hope of...

  14. Teaching Children the Consequences

    decades it has been the parent’s responsibility to teach their children the concepts of life. Concepts that may either help them become good citizens in life or concepts that may not help them at all. Whatever the outcome may be, it is still the parent’s responsibility to teach them the right from the...

  15. Essay

    best answer from the alternatives. (a) A responsibility is a___to do something. (1)liability (2)immunity (3)asset (4)performance (b)Government should not carry out the____to the citizens. (1)maintenance (2)problems...

  16. 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...

  17. Citizen Paticipation

    Democracy and good governance is dependent on political parties, media and civil society No man is good enough to govern another man without that other’s consent. The other part has to decide and agree to be ruled by the other and this is what is said to be governed. Governance and democracy require...

  18. Csr

    This study examines the effects of the corporate sponsorship that supports social marketing programs as a part of corporate social responsibility (CSR) and the congruency effect of sponsorship linkage that impacts consumers’ attitudes toward the sponsor and purchase intentions. Through empirical research...

  19. Biomedical Donation

    could you consider ethically moral or responsibility of all citizens? All of the citizens of the United States have responsibilities to obey all laws, serve on jury if called, and defend the country if the need arises. I believe that in the same way that we citizens have rights to our own freedoms, in...

  20. Corporate Social Responsibility

    Research paper CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY/PHILANTROPY A CASE STUDY OF KENYA AIRWAYS Presented to DR. MAGETO By CHRISTOPHER TARUS 09-0478 Date 07TH APRIL 2010 Table of contents Introduction.............................................................................

  21. Begininng of a Federal Government

    exists to make sure that justice prevails throughout the nation. The federal government wants to make sure that its citizens can live in a serene environment. The biggest responsibility that the federal government holds is that it has to defend the society and the states from invaders both domestic and...

  22. How Can Civic Educationn Enhances Civil Society

    Civic education is very essential to each and every citizen in a civil society. Therefore it must be noticeable. Civic education contributes to the well-being of society. This presentation is aimed at discussing how civic education can enhance civil society. The key concepts in this presentation are...

  23. 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...

  24. Becoming a Responsible Citizen? Can Education Help

    Becoming a Responsible Citizen? Can Education Help The word 'education' has Greek roots. Ancient philosopher Aristotle defines education as “a process necessary for the creation of a sound mind in a sound body.” Education is a process of developing a human being into a person who is reasonably...

  25. Catholics in a Free Society

    Being a Catholic citizen in a free society is very arduous. For one, we have some major responsibilities. Some of these responsibilities are very obvious obligations. Most of these responsibilities are just a way of our every day lives. But, no matter what, all of them are still very important. Going...

  26. New American Citizens

    Every year a record number of immigrants apply to become United States citizens. As part of the application process the Immigration and Naturalization Service administers a test to all those who apply for citizenship. This test focuses on U. S. history and Government. Many people believe that this...

  27. Human Rights responsibility. Individuals, governments, or other entities?

    Who has primary responsibility to uphold, protect, and respect human rights? Individuals, governments, or other entities? Why/why not? In this essay I will show that states have primary responsibility to uphold, protect and respect human rights. I consider that individuals have unlimited interests...

  28. Civic Knowledge

    Civic Education is an important component of education that cultivates citizens to participate in the public life of a democracy, to use their rights and to discharge their responsibilities with the necessary knowledge and skills. American schools have advanced a distinctively civic mission since the...

  29. civic responsibilites

    CIVIC RESPONSIBILITY AND NATION BUILDING Definition Civic means, "of, relating to, or belonging to a city, a citizen, or citizenship, municipal or civil society" Responsibility refers to "the state or quality of being responsible or something for which one is responsible such as a duty...

  30. CIVIC EDUCATION

    is a prerequisite to national development and finally a conclusion. Civic education may be defined as the process of educating citizens of their rights and responsibilities in order to empower and motivate them so that they can participate in the governance process of a nation.Gutmann (1987:287) defines...