Close Family Ties Of Filipinos Essays and Term Papers

  • The Filipino

    The Filipino Filipino Family A typical Filipino Family is known for their close ties. Their relationship with each other is so close that they almost do not want to be apart from each other. That is why it is common to them having extended families. The lolo, lola and some titas and titos stays with...

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  • The Filipino Cultural Awareness

    the Philippines are called Filipinos. Their primary ancestors are the Malays who came from the southeastern Asian country or what is now called Indonesia. Before the Europeans discovered the country, Filipinos have had connections with China that resulted to a mixed Chinese-Filipino descent. Spanish-Filipinos came out...

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  • Common Traits of the Filipinos

    of the Filipinos Common Traits It is difficult to define and ascertain the very core of what it is to be a Filipino. History tells us that the Filipinos as we know now had an untraceable origin. All that we can do now is to determine the common traits that are common to all of the Filipinos. Common...

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  • Filipino Customs and Traits

    Filipino Customs and Traits Every nationality has its own customs, traits, characteristics, values, attitudes, and beliefs that were inherited from their great ancestors. They have the possessions of uniqueness as a nation. Filipino people are one of the sole nations in the world. They have their...

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  • Kkkk

    to luck as he believes the end-result depends ultimately on fate. It is a Filipino’s way of avoiding rationalization or good reason. This negative Filipino trait tends to be the cause of laziness by so many people. A lot of poor people resign themselves to the kind of life they have thinking that it is...

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  • Communication and Filipino Values

    the way for conflict resolution. Communicate Effectively Do not say the first thing that comes into your mind but instead take a moment and pay close attention to what you say and how you say it.  Focus on the meaning of what you want to communicate.  Aim to increase understanding by considering how...

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  • Management

    night. | Do some other household chores. | 8:00 p.m – 9:00 p.m | Finish my homeworks and after that watch television with my family. | To have an inspiration in my family. | 9:30 p.m | It’s time to take a rest and sleep well. | To relax my mind. | Daily Plan Saturday Time | Activity | Objectives...

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  • The Philippines Is Beautiful

    Resulting from this situation are great variations in climate, geography and vegetation. Also, The Philippines supports a rich and varied flora with close botanical connections to Indonesia and mainland Southeast Asia.  The diverse flora includes 8,000 species of flowering plants, 1,000 kinds of ferns...

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  • Filipino Values

    Enumerate 20 examples of Filipino Values POSITIVE VALUES Close Kinship - a Filipino considers family as an important social structure that they must love and care. Close family ties results to the family still being intact regardless that the children are old and with families of their own. Respect...

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  • Muslim Culture

    Journal#3/Filipino culture: I learned a lot from speaking to my Filipino friend that I work with. She says that most Filipinos are Hospitable, Humble, and Honorable. The official language spoken is Tagalog with words from other native languages, and English. Since only 55 percent of residents speak...

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  • putangina

    Filipino child-rearing practices have been characterized as "high nurturance, low independence training and low discipline."' For Jaime Bulatao, however, hiya (shame) is the predominant pattern of socialization.' These two generalizations may not be contradictory but rather complementary. A brief...

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  • Commercial Analysis

    COMMERCIAL ANALYSIS LUCKY ME (FA-MEALY DAY) Jerome C. Marcilliana “The family that eats together stays forever.” This proves in the latest Lucky me commercial that imbued Filipino close family relation. Lucky Me is a brand of noodles which became popular known for its Pancit Canton. As far as...

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  • Spirituality

    foundations like NGO’s, business sector, private schools, etc. • This is a pro-poor movement that will help ensure access to quality education for the Filipino youth. EDUCATION CHED UPDATES… CHED: State Scholarship Program CHED: Special Study Program UP-CHED Scholarship Program EDUCATION Moreover… ...

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  • Book Review Sa Lit

    at the hospital. This book tells us how a typical Filipino family strives hard to achieve comfort in life. I researched first on the Internet the book, which is “Batong Bahay” by Clarence M. Batan, and I found out that this book is a Filipino family’s narrative of poverty and success. The unique...

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  • Secret Treasure

    P. Rizal. Rizal was the embodiment of what a true, noble Filipino is. We commemorate him not only to showcase his legacy but also to reaffirm our pride as Filipinos. At present, if you would ask people if what they are proud of being a Filipino, most of them would mention TV personalities like Charice...

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  • Socio

    all” Family is primarily defined as the most basic source of community. Large or little, it plays a large part on the community, because without families, there will be no community. Filipinos are known to be people who really cares for their family and occasionally ends up with large families. But...

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  • A Damage Culture is a new Philippines?

    But I could say that the description of the writer is strongly evident until now. The article revolved around how the damage culture affects Filipino lives. The writer had made good points in chunking the details. It has three main topics/ideas namely as: The Post Kleptocratic Economy, The Meaning...

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  • Losing Filipinos Physically, Losing Filipinos Eternally

    Losing Filipinos Physically, Losing Filipinos Eternally A person not satisfied with something would continue to search the world for the perfect substitute that would give him or her the satisfaction he or she could not find with what he or she initially had. A man not satisfied with his mobile...

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  • Music

    life style, and myself as a person. Many Filipinos have strong values and family ties, are hospitable, and prepare amazing food in the kitchen. Filipino foods are exotic and unique. Not only is the flavorful food delicious, but the connection between Filipino culture and music is a unique and strong...

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  • Celebration of Christmas

    This makes the Filipino Christmas celebration one of the longest Christmas season in the world. A rich tradition which dates back to the Spanish period. Christmas or "Pasko" is the most awaited celebration and happiest event in the Philippines. This is also the time of the year when family get together...

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