• Revisiting the Legacy of the Early Filipino Baptists in Collaboration with the First American Missionaries in Western Visayas, Philippines
    Revisiting the Legacy of the Early Filipino Baptists in collaboration with the First American Missionaries in Western Visayas, Philippines 13 Mar 2012 posted at http://yercyasnot.wordpress.com/ During the beginning of the Baptist Mission in the Philippines, Western Visayas was strategically divid
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  • Early Filipino
    Early Filipinos are believed to have been dull-minded if it weren’t for the Spaniards who invaded their country who taught how to make pottery, boats (banka) and houses. Spaniards say that they would’ve been nothing if it weren’t for them, that Filipinos would not have a religion, or that Fili
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  • Houses and Ornaments of Early Filipino Age
    IFUGAO HOUSE OR ISKET It is a small enclosed structure, a one-room affair that serves as living and sleeping room, kitchen and dining room.  It is elevated above the ground by four posts made of sturdy tree-trunks with roots intact.  It has solid panels for walls and tightly thatched roofing.
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  • Early Protestant Missionary Efforts in the Philippines
    EARLY PROTESTANT MISSIONARY EFFORTS IN THE PHILIPPINES: SOME INTERCULTURAL PROBLEMS1 1. Introduction As a trained social anthropologist, I would like to present the findings of a three-year research on the early impact of Protestant missionary efforts at the turn of the last century. Some of t
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  • Filipino Culture
    A Review of the Literature Earnestean Williams COUNS 504 Dr. Thomas, Jimletta Vareene May 14, 2010 Abstract The paper discusses Philippine and Filipino brief history of the life and times of the Filipino people in the Philippines. The values of Filipino culture have changed th
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  • Early Filipinos
    |Philippine CultureCommon Fam | |ily Traits | |Filipinos highly value the presence
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  • Filipino Psychology
    Andrea M. Bautista March 5, 2012 Bachelor of Science in Psychology 43 Prof. Bernadette Corsame FILIPINO PSYCHOLOGY AND ARTS I. HISTORICAL FOUNDATION Arts in the Philippines started even before the colonization of the country. It has different fields and expressions which are most
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  • Early Exposure of Poor Filipino Children in Drudgery
    Thesis Statement: The different forms of child labor exploitation or harmful labor have negative emotional, physical or mental impact on child laborers in the Philippines.  I. Introduction Childhood is the most innocent stage in human life. It is the phase of life wherein a child
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  • A Proud Filipino American
    America is considered a melting pot of different ethnic groups. By today's standard, "American culture" is the result of a variety of races integrating their own cultural beliefs into American society. Throughout the years, the United States has seen a massive increase of people migrating from Asi
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  • Filipino Immigration and Racism
    Discuss the different waves of The Filipino Americans immigration to the US as well as their contribution. In what ways are the experiences of the Filipino different and similar to that of other Asian Americans? Show that you are familiar with the information from the text in your answer. Coming
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  • Themes of Filipino Komiks Short Stories: a Content Analysis Themes of Filipino Komiks Short Stories: a Content Analysis Themes of Filipino Komiks Short Stories: a Content Analysis
    THEMES OF FILIPINO KOMIKS SHORT STORIES: A CONTENT ANALYSIS ABSTRACT This study is a content analysis of the various themes, sub-themes and the types of endings contained in the short stories in Filipino comic books, thereafter referred to in its vernacular form, "komiks." The study sampled
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  • Baranggay: the Filipino Sports Fan
    Baranggay: The Filipino Sports Fan Basketball is a celebrated sport in the country; the American occupation forces imported the sport in the early part of the 20th century. The sport easily replaced a popular game at that time, football. Since then the country was easily recognized around the wo
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  • Filipino Superstitious Beliefs
    Filipino Superstitious Beliefs Related to Death 1. If a black butterfly lingers around a person, it means that one of his relatives has just died. 2. No one should go out before the utensils used in eating have been washed and put away; otherwise a member of the family will die. 3. One must no
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  • The Philosophy of Filipino Culture
    Philosophy of Filipino Culture May 20, 2010 Crossing Cultures: A Philosophical Reflection on Filipino Culture and Cultural Transition Experienced by Third Culture Kids Oh it's a mystery to me. We have a greed, with which we have agreed... and you think you have to want more than you need.
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  • Filipino American
    Filipino Americans The 2000 Census reported 2,364,815 Filipinos in the United States. -- The Asian Population: 2000 (Census 2000 Brief), February 2002. Long Beach, CA is 48.9% white and largest Asian/Pacific population is Filipino (4%). In San Diego County, Filipino Americans are the largest Asian
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  • Early Pregancy
    The Sexual and Reproductive Health Status and Needs of Filipino Female Migrant Domestic Workers1 Carolyn I. Sobritchea, Ph.D. I. Introduction The Philippines annually deploys 60,000 to 80,000 domestic workers abroad. Since the nineties, these workers have constituted more than 60 percent of the to
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  • The Birth of Heroes and the Rise of Filipino Nationalism
    The Birth of Heroes and the Rise of Filipino Nationalism By Richard Rivera The middle 18th century in the Philippines was a period of perpetual destabilization. The islands are slowly being reconfigured—both physically and in socio-economic terms. On the surface, geophysical forces are
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  • The Sisa Syndrome and the Filipino Colonial Mentality
    The Sisa Syndrome and the Antidote to Our Depression by Ricky Rivera Dr. Jose Rizal in his novel Noli me Tangere tells of Sisa, a woman who fell into a very deep depression when she lost her two sons. Sisa went around town looking for them. She knows that a priest killed her two sons but she ne
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  • Filipino Fashion
    Filipino Fashion Just when you think that Filipinas do not know how to strut on the catwalk, Filipinas do not just have the passion to wear designed clothes; Filipinas are natural fashionistas. Tracing its origins, Filipinos had long since been very innovative and creative in the kind of cloth
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  • Filipino Nationalism
    Rise of Filipino nationalism The opening of the Philippines to world trade rapidly developed the Philippine economy. Many Filipinos prospered overnight. Everyday Filipinos also benefited from the new economy with the rapid increase in demand for labor and availability of business opportunities. Som
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