• Pangasinan, My Home, and the Postmodern “Kkk” Revolution
    Pangasinan, my Home, and the Postmodern “KKK” Revolution By: Buena Rilyne C. Bernal (This essay won first-place in the recently concluded 2006 University of the Philippines subol society padunungan on-the-spot essay writing contest on theme, “kabayan.kaibigan.kaisa”.) When I was little, I used to love...
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  • Family Problems
    compliance of patients to take medication regularly. Relationship with the family, more than economic problems, causes mental disorders among Filipinos, according to the Philippine Psychiatric Association (PPI). “All types of mental illnesses are caused by negative factors such as psychosocial...
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  • Rp Rizal
    Rizal went to the execution ground calm and even cheerful, to show that he was happy to sacrifice his life, which he had dedicated to the good of all Filipinos, confident that in love and gratitude they would always remember him and follow his example and teaching. In truth the merit of Rizal’s sacrifice...
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  • Character of Corazon Aquino as a Filipino Woman in the Biography by Lucy Komisar
    analysis, the means of communications and the forms of legitimating of knowledge have been jealously and effectively kept from women. Today, Filipino women are no longer confined to the manual task of household chores but their full potentials, talents and innovativeness are explored and utilized...
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  • term paper
    country and its fate as a people. At present, many tertiary students, particularly those taking up technical, engineering and nursing courses, ask about the relevance of Rizal Course to their courses and planned career paths. Some of them wonder if the subject will just be a mere repetition of what they...
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  • RIZAL
    freedom but in the potential of the Filipino people to surpass what they were under the Spanish colonial government, and all he wished was for them to be given the chance to tap that potential. And for that, he has earned his right place as a symbol of what a Filipino can do in one short lifetime. Rizal...
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  • Rizal
    fruitful artistic , literary , and patriotic labor(makabayang pag gawa), he published his annotated(comment) edition of Morgam’s success; founded three Filipino societies, the kidlat club, the indios bravos , and the R.D.L.M.; AND wrote por telefono , satire against fr.salvador font. Difficulty of finding...
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  • Self-Esteem Essay
    Alexandra L. Locsin A56 Aug 18/10 Writing Task: Self-Esteem Essay - Obedience [pic] Obedience A person is defined according to his or her own manners, good moral values and right conduct. All of these say so much about a person’s personality. It is because of her personality she could be...
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  • Rizal
    Republic Act No. 1425, known as the Rizal Law, mandates all educational institutions in the Philippines to offer courses about José Rizal. The full name of the law is An Act to Include in the Curricula of All Public and Private Schools, Colleges and Universities Courses On the Life, Works and Writings...
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  • Significant Events
    mind that I try writing this essay: trying to find the words to express myself as best I can, a part of me trying to impress my reader, a part of me timid and trying to be modest at best. And then again, words do become superfluous – but I have to use them anyway. Being a campus journalist, words are...
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  • Compile
    and a starless night. I cried and howled. I had lost her. Reality was all that was left to me. I had hit the ground. Summary It is about a couple, about how they have gone separate ways because she’s dying, and losing it, her life, hope, and love. Reaction There are some situations in which...
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  • “Winning the War on Terrorism in the Philippines”
    (RP) have a unique and historic cooperation fighting mutual enemies and enjoy lasting friendship for over 114 years. Against all odds American and Filipino armed forces fought for almost a month using WW I armaments against the superior Japanese WW II weapons in Corregidor Island. US and RP warriors finally...
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  • The Literary History of the Philippines: a Timeline
    literature of the early Filipinos can be divided into two: floating or oral literature. * Singing and chanting were the main means for preserving and transmitting the history, belief, culture and traditions of the community. * The oral literature of the pre-colonial Filipinos bore the marks of the...
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  • Over
    Bob Ong, or Roberto Ong, is the pseudonym of a Filipino contemporary author known for using conversational Filipino to create humorous and reflective depictions of life as a Filipino. " Filipinos really patronize Bob Ong's works because, while most of his books may have an element of comedy in them...
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  • Filipino Values
    ( see all these crimes and treasonous acts as essentially glossed-over legacies of the Marcos Dictatorship); and with the majority of our fellow Filipinos kept functionally ignorant by design, the latter can only feel perennially abandoned by its government. All the while the minority who benefit from...
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  • Renato Constantino - the Miseducation of the Filipino
    THE MISEDUCATION OF THE FILIPINO Prof. Renato Constantino Education is a vital weapon of a people striving for economic emancipation, political independence and cultural renaissance. We are such a people. Philippine education therefore must produce Filipinos who are aware of their country's problems...
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  • Sociology
    leaders, widespread poverty and low standard of public education. As a result, Filipinos from all provinces and social backgrounds look to more developed countries for solutions. In the past 20 years, millions of Filipinos have chosen to study, work, or retire in the United States, Australia and Saudi...
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  • Rizal
    for the youth. If reading and discussing the text about Rizal cannot be fun, then it will just be like a cold stone without elaboration. To discuss about a hero is taking him as a person with flesh and blood not as a deity or a supernatural being that is an object of reverence without understanding...
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  • Book Review
    services to the University as guest lecturer in seminars, quiz bee consultant, and research committee member. About the Book Philippine History (Second Edition) provides information and assessment about Philippine history based on known facts and latest findings gathered by researchers and historians. Theories...
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  • Propaganda of Suppression: the Role of Cultural Policies During the Japanese Occupation, 1942-1945
    Introduction This paper is about the cultural policies implemented by the Japanese Military Administration during their occupation of the Philippines (1942-1945). It is the intention of this piece to prove that the orders which the Japanese imposed were directed at suppressing the Filipinos in many aspects of...
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