Justice in the Philippine political and socio-economic environments
This research sought to find out the key informants’ “positive” or “negative” perceptions about justice in the Philippine political and socio-economic environments. This study utilizes the descriptive-qualitative inquiry. Results show more negative perceptions than the positive outlook. Conclusively, the government needs more efforts to strengthen its current political and socio-economic programs vital towards the nation’s progress.
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