Civic Sense

Notes

State: Concept and Elements

The state is the most universal and most powerful of all social institutions. It is a natural institution. A state is a community of persons more or less numerous, permanently occupying a definite portion of territory, having a government of their own to which the great body of inhabitants render obedience, and enjoying freedom from external.

Fundamental Rights

Fundamental rights are those guaranteed by the constitution which no one is authorized to take away from you. These rights are - right to freedom, right to equality, right to racial discrimination, rights regarding publication, broadcasting and press, rights regarding environment and health, right to Education and cultural rights, rights regarding employment and social security, right to property, rights of women, right to social justice, rights of children, right to religion, rights regarding justice.

Child Right and Duties

A child is a future of the nation. So, child rights are the necessary environment and provisions for the overall development of children. Children need food, clothing, shelter, health facilities, education, protection, entertainment and above all, freedom. All children have a claim for these things in a society. These are the basic rights of children. Children should always learn the good qualities and life skills needed for a better life.

Civil Responsibility to Child Rights

Civil responsibility to child rights can include participation in the protection and promotion of children. Children are the future of the nation, so every citizen should have a certain responsibility towards them.

Democratic Culture

Democratic culture is the set of cultural elements produced by members of the democratic movement as part of their effort to create democracy. Democratic culture is about individuals liberty. It concerns each individual's ability to participate in the production and distribution of culture.

Social Equality

Social equality in a society is the social state of affairs whereby all the people in the society have equal rights under the law, including the right to vote, physical security, freedom of speech and assembly, and the right to own property and to protect it. Social equality refers to the well-being of families, the parental resources available to young children, the equality in gender and caste, the chances of finding secured and satisfying work, the quality of health care and health outcomes.

Social Rules

Social rules systems include institutions such as norms, laws, regulations, taboos, customs, and a variety of related concepts and are important in the social sciences and humanities.

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