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The Art of Governing

- In Foucault’s idea, the art of governing is to bring economic considerations into political practice; to govern a country is equivalent to handle the economy of the entire country, aimed at promoting the economic development of the country and the welfare of people. Application of governmentality also exists in current education system; a series of management strategies is applied for controlling the education of students, this is not only simply from the government authority, but based on the globalized competition in education....   [tags: Foucault, economy]

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The Governing Board Of A Nonprofit Organization

- The governing board of a nonprofit organization holds ultimate responsibility for ensuring that the organization serves its mission and for the overall welfare of the organization itself (Worth, 2017, p. 75). Governing board members are fiduciaries of the organization’s resources and guardians of its mission, held accountable for the operations of the organization and how things are accomplished (Hopkins 2003, Howe 2002). Given their important role, the selected board members for Community Wheels will be carefully vetted to ensure their commitment and alignment with the mission, vision, and values of the organization....   [tags: Management, Board of directors]

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The Idea of Li and Governing

- ... Mencius, a stark follower of Confucius's teachings, viewed Li in a different light. Living in the time called the Warring State Period, Mencius saw the discourse and chaos that Confucius had worked hard to fight against. While rulers fought amongst themselves for power, Mencius sought to find what was the cause of this chaos and what could alleviate it. Mencius had a nearly identical description of Li as Confucius, yet his Li was largely tied in with human nature and the internal struggle to be a moral person....   [tags: Chinese history and philosphy]

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Obligation to Obey Governing Bodies

- I believe it is safe to say that the subjects of any legitimate state have an obligation to at obey their governing bodies. Underlying my own obedience to my country's laws are a number of reasons - an understanding of my obligation to take responsibility for my own actions, a recognition of my government's authority over me, a belief that the laws of my country are well-founded, and a fear of the consequences of disobeying said laws. Without laws, a society would quickly crumble into disorder and chaos, unless its entire population is benevolent and selfless....   [tags: Government]

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The Governing Powers of Abortion

- Can you imagined being called a “little angel”–a term used to describe babies who have yet to live their lives as they have passed on to the other side. Life in the animal kingdom is often seen as violent as animals must find ways to survive like producing many offspring to offset the many that will inevitably die in the cycle of life. Us as humans follow the same path but parents have much “more” to worry about with their children. There’s down syndrome, disease, and unforeseen circumstances like miscarriages or sudden infant death syndrome....   [tags: pro-choice, pro-life, pregnancy, controversy, TAR]

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The Ideal Governing Society

- The views of Hobbes and Rousseau on the state of nature are drastically different and unique. Though, both philosophers have written works on how to achieve an ideal governing society, their ideas on the state of nature contrast greatly. A wide spread of ideas are expressed by both on the state of nature and the effects that forming a state had on the population. Hobbes views it as a much more radical, while Rousseau believes the state of nature is innocent. Their clashing viewpoints allow us to challenge our own thoughts on the matter....   [tags: hobbes, rousseau, consent, state of nature]

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Governing Economic Development

- Since its establishment, the United States has been an actively dynamic nation that has adapted to develop and protect the participant of its economy. In America’s history, two categories of economic governing bodies have taken the stage, democratic institutions and market-capitalist institutions. During each of America’s many past economic regimes, one of the two categories of economic governance classifications took dominance and looked to the shortcomings of the preceding regimes reacting to create, or diminish institutions....   [tags: community programs and control]

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Safety First: Laws Governing Safety

- The idea of Safety First is a noble one. It’s often a workplace culture, and both government organizations and corporations alike have adopted it. As a result, vast improvements have been made to manufacturing techniques, product quality, and laws governing safety. For instance, the semiconductor industry is just such an environment. According to the latest statistics from NIOSH, the semi industry ranks 7th lowest in accidents reported, of all industries surveyed. In the semi industry, meetings at every level begin with the lead slide stating “Safety First”, where safety concerns, such as escape routes and local protocol are expressed....   [tags: manufacturing industries, corporations]

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Does a Minority Government Hinder a Governing Party?

- Contrary to popular belief, a minority government does not necessarily hinder a governing party. When practiced correctly, a minority government can be an improvement on single-party majority. Instead of one party controlling government, minority governments allow for multi-party governance, which promotes compromise between political parties. On the whole, minority government decreases stability and requires continuous cooperation with opposition parties. Although faced with many challenges, there are several beneficial aspects to a minority government....   [tags: Government ]

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International Governing Body Of The World Baseball Softball Confederation

- The International Baseball Federation and the International Softball Federation have been recognized since the late 1930s. As time went by, these two federations realized that they wanted a joint proposal in order to revive play of both sports at the 2020 Summer Olympics. As a part of this proposal, the two organizations began the process of merging into a brand new federation that will govern the similar sports. As the governing body of baseball and softball today, the World Baseball Softball Confederation is charged with overseeing all international competitions and holds the exclusive rights of all competitions, tournaments and world championships featuring National Teams....   [tags: Summer Olympic Games, Olympic Games]

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