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What qualities define a good citizen?
Qualities of a good citizen
- Obeys the law / Respects authority.
- Contribute to Society and Community/ Performs Civic Duty.
- Loves his/her country/ Patriotism.
- Courtesy and respect for the rights of others.
- Trust worthy and Honesty.
- Moral Courage.
What is your citizenship?
A citizen is a participatory member of a political community. Citizenship is gained by meeting the legal requirements of a national, state, or local government. A nation grants certain rights and privileges to its citizens. Living in a country does not mean that a person is necessarily a citizen of that country.
What are the factors hindering good citizenship?
IDENTIFY FACTORS THAT HINDER GOOD CITIZENSHIP.
- Poverty. ~ Poverty often makes some citizens engage in anti- social activities such as theft,cheating and voter apathy.
- Self interest.
- Defects in electoral system.
- Misinformation by the media.
How does Plato define citizenship?
Plato on citizenship Citizenship status, in Plato’s ideal view, was inherited. There were four separate classes. There were penalties for failing to vote. A key part of citizenship was obeying the law and being “deferent to the social and political system” and having internal self-control.
How does Aristotle define Constitution?
Aristotle wrote that a constitution “is the way of life of a citizen-body.” According to Aristotle, citizens were “all who share in the civic life of ruling and being ruled in turn.” Citizenship in the city-states was a status granted only to certain groups, depending on the form of government.
How poverty is a big hindrance to a good citizenship?
Poverty: Good citizenship cannot develop in a country where gross inequalities of wealth exist. Poverty stems the growth of personality and develops apathy and indifference towards public life. For building up the character of a nation, poverty must be rooted out and some economic minimum must be guaranteed to all.
What does Aristotle say in Book 1 is the end of politics?
Aristotle concludes, “man is by nature a political animal.” Only as part of a city can people fully realize their nature; separated from the city, they are worse than animals.
What is citizenship according to Aristotle?
Strictly speaking, according to Aristotle, a citizen is a person who possesses the virtues of ruling and being ruled (or being ruled but not ruling). This means that we can easily identify noncitizens: These are individuals who do not have (or are not capable of having) the virtues (Frede 2005).