PPG summative test 3

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BUNSURAN NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL Bunsuran I, Pandi, Bulacan 14. Acquiring territory by the use of force SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL A. Prescription B. Subjugation and annexation C. Cession D. Accretion Philippine Politics and Governance SUMMATIVE TEST 3 15. Continued occupation by state of a territory over a long period of Click on the circle with the corresponding correct answer time. A. Prescription B. Subjugation and annexation 1. Type of authority based on established law. C. Cession D. Discovery and occupation A. Traditional B. Rational-legal C. Charismatic D. Coercive 16. Adding portions of territory through human labor or natural activity (avulsion). 2. Type of authority based on the use of force such as police or military A. Prescription B. Subjugation and annexation force to demand obedience from the subordinate. C. Cession D. Accretion A. Traditional B. Rational-legal C. Charismatic D. Coercive 17. It may also be in the form of exchange of territory or in the form gift or donation or devise. 3. based on acceptance of and high regard of traditions and customs. A. Prescription B. Subjugation and annexation A. Traditional B. Rational-legal C. Cession D. Discovery and occupation C. Charismatic D. Coercive 18. it is manifested in conquest or colonization. Conquered territories are 4. People obey the leader because they accept his/her power under the annexed by the conquerors to his/her state. law. A. Prescription B. Subjugation and annexation A. Traditional B. Rational-legal C. Cession D. Discovery and occupation C. Charismatic D. Coercive 19. It is an intentional acquisition of the territory which is not owned by 5. Authority is based on personal characteristics of a leader, whose any state. qualities are considered to be exceptional. A. Prescription B. Subjugation and annexation A. Traditional B. Rational-legal C. Cession D. Discovery and occupation C. Charismatic D. Coercive 20. There are four types of Sovereignty. 6. Monarchies are examples of this type of authority. A. True B. False A. Traditional B. Rational-legal C. Charismatic D. Coercive 21. The ability of the state to own and acquire lands and resources within its territory. 7. An element of state known as population or inhabitants. A. Internal Sovereignty B. Dominium A. Territory B. People C. External Sovereignty D. Imperium C. Government D. Sovereignty 22. It is also known as independence, it is the freedom of the state from 8. The ability of the state to self-rule or to govern itself and is free from external control. any foreign control. A. Internal Sovereignty B. Dominium A. Territory B. People C. External Sovereignty D. Imperium C. Government D. Sovereignty 23. It is ability to enforce rules and policies within its territory or 9. Refers to the portion of earth occupied and inhabited by the people. jurisdiction. A. Territory B. People A. Internal Sovereignty B. Dominium C. Government D. Sovereignty C. External Sovereignty D. Imperium 10. They enough number to perform the functions of the state. 24. The ability of the state to enforce its will on the people. A. Territory B. People A. Internal Sovereignty B. Dominium C. Government D. Sovereignty C. External Sovereignty D. Imperium 11. A mechanism of the state, through which the will of the people is 25. internal Sovereignty is also known as Domestic. expressed, formulated, and carried out; it is the “working arm” of the A. True B. False state. A. Territory B. People C. Government D. Sovereignty 12. It is the oldest method of acquiring territory. A. Prescription B. Subjugation and annexation C. Cession D. Discovery and occupation 13. Transfer of territory usually by treaty from one state to another. A. Prescription B. Subjugation and annexation C. Cession D. Accretion

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