Sei sulla pagina 1di 4

Republic of the Philipprnes

DAVAO DT]I, NoRTf, STAI'E

('oT,LEGE

New visayas Panabo City, Davao delNorle, Philippines 8105 Website: www dnsc edu ph, Telephone # 63 84 6284301 Email Address: presrdent@dnsc.edu.ph, jab@dnsc.edu ph

t\\

tL tl

()l \l \\

\(,1\ll\

I

\:

\(

l

\\t)(

(l\

\LI\(;

SI LIt)Il S

COURSE J9TI89IJ5 IN PA 510: POLICY STUDIES. LEGISIATIONS, EXTCUTION AND ACCOUNTABII-ITY

3N' Semester, S.Y. 2017 2018

vtstoN:

We envision the Davao del Norte State College to be:

a premier institution of higher learning that is imbued with

its core values for the development

and generation and

of human resources,

utilization of knowledge and

technology for a productive, sustainable, just, and humane

society.

MtsstoN:

As an institution of higher learning and teaching

excellence, informed by research and empowered to carry

out extension and production services, DNSC shall:

1. provide equitable access, quality, relevant, and

environment-friendly

programs ininstruction,

research,and extension;

2. promote good Bovernance and adopt mechanisms to

continuously upBrade institutional standards;

3. enhance capabilities and work ethics of the workers of

the institution;and,

4. develop appropriate linkage and network in the

CORE VATUES:

we commit to pursue our vision, accomplish our mission and achieve our Boals through our corc values of:

Excellence, lnte8rity, lnnovativeness, Stewardship, tove of GOD and Country

OUR GRADUATES:

Our graduates carry DNSC'5 values

into their workplaces as competent,

collaborative workers, and socially

connected ethical leaders. They adhere to professional ethics and seek solutions

to workplace problems. They are

creative, criticalthinkers, and resilient to

(ross-cultural environment-

implementation of Collegeprograms. t Board Resolution No. 16, Series 2014'26June 2014

l. Course Number : PA 510

ll. Course Title

lll. Course Description :

:

Policy Studies, Legislations, Execution and Accountability

This course deals with the process of making and implementing effective public policy

with special attention to the intluences of politics, bureaucracY, media, interest troups and

antergovernmental Structure-

vl. GeneralObjectives

1

2

3

4_

Discuss what i5 Public Policy.

Discuss a brief historical background of Social Science.

Discuss the influences of politics, bureaucracY, media, interest groups and inter8overnmental structure with the process of making and implementin8 effective public policy. Discuss the elements ofthe State

5. Discuss the kinds of Constitution

6.

7.

8.

9.

10

11

12

compare the kinds of constitution and its advantages and disadvantages

Distinguish Constitution from Statute

Discuss LeSislative Power and pertinent Philippine jurisprudence.

Discuss Congress of the Philippines.

Discuss qualifications for senator and members of House of Representatives.

Discuss how bill becomes a law.

Discuss when legislative power is delegated and the scope ofthe delegated power.

13 Discuss the powers of local legislative bodies.

14

15

16

71

Compare ordinance and resolution.

Discuss the process of passing an ordinance/resolution,

Discuss how public employees and officials can be held accountable for acts and omission.

Discuss Ombudsman and pertinent Philippine lurisprudence

Vll. Course Outline

Learning Activities Plan:

(Topics have to be logically arranged pergrading period: Midterm and Finali

PRELIMINARIES

.

.

Public Policy

Brief Historical Background of Social Science

Il Ancient Greek Philosophers L?l Philosophy distinct from Science El Development ofSocial Science

Iil Sociology

l?l PoliticalScience

Pl Society

E

Types ofctAss according to KarlMarx

lil

Types of STATUS according to Max weber

Pl CAPITAL accordinS to Pierre Bourdieu

INFLUENCE OF MASS MEDIA

Pl Mass Media [] Mass Media and Youth Culture Pl Most Commonly Mentioned lntended Effects

11 Factors to Mediate Mass Media

INFTUENCI OF POLITICS AND POWER

t

Politics

11 Elements of a State

,Dl State distinguished from Nation

El State distanguished from Government

11 Purpose

and Necessity of Government

0 Government distinEuished from Bureaucracy

E Forms ofgovernment

l?l Constitution Pl Kindsof Constitution

E Advantages and Disadvantages ofa Written Constitution

ti

Constitution distinguished from Statute

LEGISLATIVE

DEPARTMENT

ll

LeSislative Power

la BicameralismandLJnicameralism

AdvantaSes of Bicameralism

Advantages of Unicameralasm

Kinds of Legislative Power Limits on Legislative Power

lil Congress may delegate its power

Rubiv. Provincial Board, 39 Phil. 660 Solicitor General v. Metropolitan Manila Authority, G.R. No. 102782, December 11, 1991

Iil Qualaties of the Delegatang Law

Pelaez v- Auditor General (1965) Tablarin v. Gutierrez (1987) Compare:

Araneta v. Gatmaitan, 101 Phil. 328 (1957) and

People v. Maceren, L-32166, October 18. 1977

11 May rules and regulations promulgated by administrative agencies have the force of the law

U.S. v. Grimmaud, (1911)

U.S. v. Barrias, 11 Phil. 327 (1908)

l,l Composition of SENATE

Qualifications of Senator Term of Office

l,l Composition

Qualifications of a memberofthe House of Representatives

of the HOUST OF RTPRESENIATTVES

[I "PARIY LISI SYSTEM"

What organazations may participate in the party,list system

(AnB Bagong Bayani, et. Al. v. Comelec, 6.R. No. 147589, June 25, 2OO1)

El Who determines whether a party is qualified or not

(VC Cadan8en, et. Al. v. Comelec, G.R- No. 177179, June 5, 2009)

l?l MeaninS of Residence as qualification for membership in the House of Representatives

Romualdez-Marcos vs. COMELEC. G.r. No. 119976, September 18, 1995

O PRIVILEGE FROM ARREST

People v. Jalosjos February 3, 2000

l?l Purpose

11 PRIVITEGE OF SPETCH

Antonino v. Valencia, 57 SCRA 70 (May 27, 1974)

Pobre v. Santiago, August 25, 2009

E Prohibition to hold any other office/employment/practice of profession

Laban v. Gordon, G.R. No. 175352, July 15, 2009

Ii] OFFICERS OF CONGRTSS

Santia8o v- Guingona G.R.No. 134577, November 18, 1998

l?l Disciplinary Action of Congress among its members Osmeia v. Pendatun (1960)

P] ENROTLED BILL DOCIRINE

Arroyo v. De Venecia, G.R. No. 127255, August 14, 1997

11 SOTE JUDGE OF ALL CONTTSTS RETATING TO THE ELECTION, RETURNS, AND QUALIFICATIONS OF THE

MEMBTRS OF CONGRESS

timkaichong c. COMELEC, April 1, 2009

?l Composition of EtECTORAt TRIBUNAL

Drilon, et. Al. vs. Speaker,luly 31, 2009

I?] COI\4MIS5ION ON APPOINTMENTS

Composition

Function

P] LTGISLATIVE HEARING

1. LeBislative investi8ations in aid of legislation (Section 21) 2. OversaBht function (Section22)

May A Court Enjoin the Appearance ofa watness?

Senate Elue Rabbon Committee v. Judge Majaducon (Juty 29, 2OO3)

I]I CONTEMPT E APPROPRIATION/ REVENUE/ TARIFF BILLS

Tolentino v. Secretary of Finance (1994)

Vlll.Course Requirements:

The finalgrade in the course wall be determined by

Written instruction/ Examination

Recitation

lX. References

Printed Resources

60%

40yo

tu)vo

.

.

.

.

Understanding Culture, Society and Politics {6erry M. tanuza and Sarah lane S. Raymundo)

Politics and covernance (RodriSo D. Costales, Dennis J. Saluba and Abigeil f. Carlos)

The 1987 Philippine Constitution: A Comprehensive Reviewer (loaquin G. Bernas, S_J)

Local legislators Toolbox (lnstitute of Local Government Studies (tLGS) Metro Manila, philippines)

d and Submitted by:

(sic

Date:

I NA OMEGA

Printed Name of Facu Itv)

ro

Reviewed by:

GI-ENNE B, LAGURA

(Signature above Printed Name of pro8ram Chairperson)

Date:

Approved by

MARILOU D.IUNSAY {Signature above Printed Name of Dean) Date: