Essay On Civic Responsibility

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McCauley 1 The American Society is the keystone to a successful and healthy community. As society is imperative to everything we do, it is the American people's responsibility, our civic duty, to be a responsible member of American Society. What makes a civic member of society? Is it how the people act, how they react to each other and respond? It is all these things and more, it is that who people are within a society then shapes the society around us. To be a socially responsible member of society, you must give of yourself, be culturally open and to be leaders in the community. Some may argue that civic responsibility lies solely in the repertoire of others, claiming that we must, “possess the capacity to work towards solutions by working together.” (Nanzer). Going so far as to…show more content…
Social Civic Responsibility is about being a contributing member of society, and to lead those that would follow. Works Cited Self, Jennifer. “Civic Responsibility.” Civic Responsibility | Learning to Give, www.learningtogive.org/resources/civic-responsibility. Templelw. “Walker College of Business.” Where the Buck Stops: Personal Responsibility in a "Not Me" Society, 30 Nov. 2015, business.appstate.edu/events/boyles-ceo-lecture-series/where-buck-stops-personal-responsibility-not-me-society. Nanzer, Pat, “Individual Rights and Community Responsibilities.” Learning to Give. Learning to give, N.d. Wed.30 Jan. 2017 Works Cited Self, Jennifer. “Civic Responsibility.” Civic Responsibility | Learning to Give, www.learningtogive.org/resources/civic-responsibility. Templelw. “Walker College of Business.” Where the Buck Stops: Personal Responsibility in a "Not Me" Society, 30 Nov. 2015,
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