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Understanding Culture, Society and PoliticsLesson: Nonstate Institutions and OrganizationsSecond Quarter – Week 1Name of Learner:Section:Grade Level:_Date:_Background InformationThe private sector, as well as other nonstate actors, perform roles that complement the state and ofmarkets. In fact, some of the nonstate institutions are also major players in state or market-relatedactivities. Some of them operate locally, while some operate at the global level. (Contreras,et.al.2016)Most Essential Learning CompetencyExplain the forms and functions of state and non-state institutions.Difference Between Organizations and InstitutionsAnorganizationrefers to a formally constituted entity, composed of individuals performing a set offunctions for the achievement of a certain mandate, obligation, or task. Example are: bank,corporation, or development agency.While aninstitutionrefers to a structured domain of norms, rules, and practices that gives a sense oforder to a specific set of relationships. Example includes religion, kinship and family, friendship andassociation, popular culture, rituals, and knowledge systems.Nonstate Organizations:Bank– is a place where people deposit or save their money with corresponding intereston a given period of time. It lends money both to the public and private organizations.The government borrows money from the bank to finance its projects while privateUNDERSTANDING CULTURE,SOCIETY, AND POLITICSSelf-Learning ModuleQuarter 4:Week 1-7GOVERNMENT PROPERTYNOT FOR SALE
organizations and individuals borrow money to finance their business and other personalneeds. Example includes Banco de Oro, Bank of the Philippine Islands, Metrobank, ruralbanks, etc..(ypeslist.com/different-types-of-banks/)Corporation– is a company or group of people authorized to act as a single entity andrecognized as such in law. Usually, corporations operate as stock corporations whereownership is through stockholders who own particular shares in the company. Examplesare San Miguel Corporation and Jollibee Foods Corporation.Cooperative or coop- refers to an autonomous association whose membership isvoluntary toward the attainment of common economic, social and cultural needs oraspirations. A cooperative is owned by its members. Examples are credit cooperative,consumer cooperative, electric cooperative, housing cooperative, worker’s cooperative,agricultural cooperative, general cooperative.Trade or Labor Union- is an organization of workers whose main objective is to protectthe welfare of its members. Its purpose is to collectively negotiate employers for bettercompensation benefits, safety standards in the workplace, just to name a few. In thePhilippines, these national federations are Trade Union Congress of the Philippines(TUCP) and the Kilusang Mayo Uno (KMU).

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