Philippine Politics and Governance: An Introduction

Philippine Politics and Governance: An Introduction 
Teresa S. Encarnacion Tadem and Noel M. Morada, eds.

open bookChapter No.: 2
Chapter Title: Public Opinion and Democratic Governance (Download and read as PDF)
Contributor: Felipe B. Miranda
Pages: 13-27
Keywords: public, public opinion, field research, methodology, opinion poll, public
opinion survey, citizenship, social science, research, public policy 

open bookChapter No.: 3
Chapter Title: Electoral and Party Politics in Prewar Philippines (Download and read as PDF)
Contributor: Jorge V. Tigno
Pages: 29-51
Keywords: electoral parties, American colonial rule, 1899 to 1972, party politics,
electoral politics, Philippine Commission, Governor-General William Taft, Federal Party,
Trinidad Pardo de Tavera, Partido Nacionalista, Union Obrera, Partdo Conservador,
Sergio Osmena, Partido Democrata, Gregorio Aglipay, Republic Party of he Philippines,
Philippine Assembly, Anti-Sedition Law, Two-Party Politics, Progressie Party, Jones Law,
Partido Sakdalista, Hegemonic Party, Tydings-McDuffie Act, Manuel Quezon,
patronage

open bookChapter No.: 4
Chapter Title: Electoral and Party Politics in the Postwar Period (Download and read as PDF)
Contributor: Jorge V. Tigno
Pages: 53-75
Keywords: elections, electoral parties, Commonwealth, Manuel Quezon, Sergio
Osmena, World War II, Jose Laurel, Makapili, Nationalist Party, Liberal Party, Jones
Law, Tydings-McDuffie Act, Manuel Roxas, Elpidio Quirino, Ramon Magsaysay,
Progressive Party of the Philippines, Diosdado Macapagal, Ferdinand Marcos

open bookChapter No.: 5
Chapter Title: Electoral and Party Politics during the Martial Law Period (Download and read as PDF)
Contributor: Jorge V. Tigno
Pages: 76-95
Keywords: electoral parties, post-World War II period, Martial Law, 1972 to 1986,
constitutional authoritarianism, Presidential Decree 1081, Ferdinand Edralin Marcos,
1935 Constitution, 1973 Constitution, constitutional referendum, martial rule, part
politics, National Assely, KBP, LABAN, party factions, UNIDO, PEOPLE, COMPACT,
KAAKBAY, Nationalist Alliance, KOMPIL, ATOM, AMA, NAMFREL, CORD, Corazon Aquino

open bookChapter No.: 6
Chapter Title: Parties, Elections, and Democratization in Post-Martial Law Philippines (Download and read as PDF)
Contributor: Renato S. Velasco
Pages: 97-115
Keywords: democratic electoral systems, Philippine party system, 1986 EDSA
Revolution, post-Martial Law period, 1987 Constitution, multi-party system, Comelec,
mass media, Lakas-NUCD, LAMMP-Struggle of the Nationalist Filipino Masses, Laban ng
Demokratikong Pilipino, Nationalist People's Coalition, Partido ng Masang Pilipino,
Liberal Party, party policy, ideolog, platforms

open bookChapter No.: 7
Chapter Title: Exective Power and Presidential Leadership: Philippine Revolution to Independence (Download and read as PDF)
Contributor: Ma. Lourdes G. Genato Rebullida
Pages: 117-151
Keywords: constitutional powers, Malolos Constitution, 1935 Constitution, 1973
Constitution, 1987 Constitution, principles of state and government, republican,
presidential and democratic system of government, executive branch, Philippine
presidency, First Philippine Republic, Philippine Commonwealth

open bookChapter No.: 8
Chapter Title: The Executive: Martial Law, Constitutional Authoritarianism, and the Marcos Administration (Download and read as PDF)
Contributor: Ma. Lourdes G. Genato Rebullida
Pages: 153-177
Keywords: 1935 Constitution, 1973 Constitution, Martial Law, Ferdinand Marcos, New
Society, legislature "judiciary" bureaucracy, military, constitutional authoritarianism,
liberal democracy, rationale for martial law, 1976 and 1981 constitutional amendments,
rigged referendum, Kilusan ng Bagong Lipunan, executive, judiciary, 1986 EDSA
Revolution

open bookChapter No.: 9
Chapter Title: The Philippine Executive and Redemocratization (Download and read as PDF)
Contributor: Ma. Lourdes G. Genato Rebullida
Pages: 179-215
Keywords: Corazon Aquino, 1986 EDSA People Power Revolution, Ferdinand Marcos,
1987 Constitution, redemocratization, democratic transition, Fidel V. Ramos, Joseph
Ejercito Estrada, Gloria Macapagal Arroyo, executive power, direct constitutional
mandates, public accountability, constitutionalism, executive-legislative relations,
judicial independence, civilian supremacy, leadership, accountability

open bookChapter No.: 10
Chapter Title: Bureaucracy and Public Management in Democracy, Development, and Goverance in the Philippines (Download and read as PDF)
Contributor: Ma. Lourdes G. Genato Rebullida and Cecilia Serrano
Pages: 217-248
Keywords: Philippine bureaucracy, public anagement, precolonial period, Spanish
colononization, American colonial period, Malolos Republic, Philippine Republic, 1935
Constitution, 1987 Philippine Constitution, traditional public administration, new public
administration, 1986 EDSA Revolition, EDSA 2, governance, democracy,
decentralization, 1991 Local Government Code

open bookChapter No.: 11
Chapter Title: The Philippine Legislature: From Pre-Spanish Times to the Eve of Martial Law (Download and read as PDF)
Contributor: Olivia C. Caoili
Pages: 249-278
Keywords: Philippine legislature, pre-Spanish period, Spanish regime, American
regime, Commonwealth, legislative assembly, electoral process, party politics,
legislative-executive relations, legislative process, Commission Government, Philippine
Assembly, Tydings-McDuffie Act, National Assembly, House of Representatives,
Philippine Congress, two-party system, legislative performance

open bookChapter No.: 12
Chapter Title: The Philippine Legislature: The Martial Law Period (Download and read as PDF)
Contributor: Olivia C. Caoili
Pages: 279-297
Keywords: modified parliamentary government, Martial Law, Ferdinand Marcos,
Interim Batasang Pambansa, 1935 Constitution, 1973 Constitution, presidential decree,
Batasang Pambansa, political order, political change

open bookChapter No.: 13
Chapter Title: The Restored Philippine Congress (Download and read as PDF)
Contributor: Olivia C. Caoili
Pages: 299-331
Keywords: Philippine Congress, 1987 Constitution, Freedom Constitution, Senate,
party-list system, House of Representatives, electoral tribunals, Commission on
Appointments, standing and ad hoc committees, legislative power, executive power,
judicial power, power of impeachment, diplomatic powers, constituent power,
legislative-executive relations

open bookChapter No.: 14
Chapter Title: The Judiciary (Download and read as PDF)
Contributor: Maria Ela L. Atienza and Ferdinand C. Baylon 
Pages: 333-389
Keywords: judiciary, precolonial conflict resolution, pre-Spanish period, Spanish
Period, Malolos Congress, American period, pre-Martial Law period, 1935 Constitution,
Commonwealth, judicial structure, judicial reform, judicial review, Supreme Court,
judicial structure and powers, Court of Appeals, Regional Trial Courts, Courts of the
First Level, Special Courts, Quasi-Courts, judicial and justice issues

open bookChapter No.: 15
Chapter Title: The Military in Philippine Politics: Democratization, Governance and Security Sector Reform (Download and read as PDF)
Contributor: Carolina G. Hernandez
Pages: 391-413
Keywords: Philippine military, civil-military relations, pre-martial law period, martial law,
Armed Forces of the Philippines, Philippine Constabulary, people power, security sector reform, Oakwood Mutiny,Davide Commission, Feliciano Commission

open bookChapter No.: 16
Chapter Title: Local Governments and Devolution in the Philippines (Download and read as PDF)
Contributor: Maria Ela L. Atienza
Pages: 414-439
Keywords: local government, decentralization, democratization, deconcentration,
semi-autonomous or parastatal organization, nongovernment institutions, barangay,
precolonial period, 1991 Local Government Code, Spanish colonial period, American
colonial period, RA 2264, RA 2370, RA 3590, RA 5185, 1987 Constitution

open bookChapter No.: 17
Chapter Title: Autonomous Regions: The Cordillera Autonomous Region (Download and read as PDF)
Contributor: Athena Lydia Casambre
Pages: 441-457
Keywords: autonomous region, Cordillera Autonomous Region, RA 8438, RA 6766,
Organic Act, Fr. Conrado Balweg, Cordillera People's Alliance, ,Cordillera People's
Liberation Army, ethnic identity, indigenous institutions, Organic Act, democratic
governance

open bookChapter No.: 18
Chapter Title: Autonomous Regions: The Search for Viable Autonomy in Muslim Mindanao/Southern Philippines (Download and read as PDF)
Contributor: Miriam Coronel Ferrer
Pages: 459-485
Keywords: Muslim Mindanao, Tripoli Agreement, armed conflict, Autoomous Region in
Muslim Mindanao, 1898 Treaty of Paris, underdevelopment, political and cultural
marginalization, 1968 Jabidah Massacre, Muslim secessionism, 1976 Tripoli Agreement,
Moro National Liberation Front, Nur Misuari, Moro Islamic Liberation Front,
Bangsamoro, Presidential Decree 1618, RA 6734, RA 9054, 1989 Organic Act for
Muslim Mindanao