• FILIFINO CULTURAL VALUES
    observed and celebrated. Churchgoing in the Philippines is often not restricted to just Sundays; many Filipinos attend daily Mass, although this trend is decreasing. Filipino Values and Culture To a person who is not familiar or aware of the Philippine culture, understanding Filipinos is like playing...
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  • Filipino Youth
    one-third of the country’s population (NYC, 1998). As such, the Filipino youth increasingly play an important and vital role in the development of the Philippine society. Their attitudes, values, mind-set, and priorities will determine the progress of the country in the future. Nowadays, the Filipino youth...
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  • Motives of the Spanish American War
    the Philippines, it was actually stimulated by nationalism and commercialism. Commercialism was a major factor when declaring war because the United States depended on Cuba and the Philippines for trade and business with other countries, especially in Asia and Latin America. Another major factor for...
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  • History
    Assignment: Chapter 5 1. Besides the commercial and religious goals of Spain in colonizing the Philippines, give two other reasons (political and legal) why Spain claimed the country as its possession or the property of the King of Spain. * They also claim the country because of their Spirit of...
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  • Sociology
    SOURCES OF TRUTH REGARDED BY SOCIAL PHILOSOPHERS Sociology in the Philippines Fr. Valentin Marin OP – introduced sociology as a subject in the academe of the University of Santo Tomas in 1896. It was initiated in the University of the Philippines in 1911 by Prof. Murray Bartlet. The Siliman University was...
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  • Philippine Nationalism
    Santiago, Joanne C. 2SCL A Solution for the Filipino Youth who Lack Nationalism and Patriotism One of the factors that contributed to the difficulty of solving national issues in the Philippines (today) is the absence of nationalism and patriotism in the hearts and minds of the Filipino youth. According...
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  • Politics and Development in Asia
    home to a population of over 4 billion people. In the past 60 or so years it has largely been host to over a dozen developing nations such as: the Philippines, Malaysia, Indonesia, Myanmar, Cambodia, Vietnam and also to progressive developing or developed nations as well. This balance between developing...
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  • Nationalism
    Rizal’s Nationalism Filipino nationalism began with an upsurge of patriotic sentiments and nationalistic ideals in the 1800s Philippines that came as a consequence of more than three centuries of Spanish rule. This served as the backbone of the first nationalist revolution in Asia, the Philippine Revolution...
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  • Math
    the profits often leave LA? 30. What are considered the Tools of Empire? 31. Explain how Argentina grew during the 19th century? 32. What factors contributed to the US growth during the 19th century? 33. What was the problem with the “specialized economies” of LA? Chapter 24 Q&A Africa...
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  • Macro-Environment Analysis on Airasia and Its Effect on Marketing Decision Making |
    Company Background | 2.0 | Macro-environment Analysis * 2.1 Demographic Factors * 2.2 Economic Factors * 2.3 Natural Factors * 2.4 Technological Factors * 2.5 Political/Legal Factors * 2.6 Cultural Factors | 3.0 | Conclusion | 1.0 Introduction 1.1 Company Background Air...
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  • Philippine Legal Philosophy
    of distortion from the writer, the ideas of those quoted. """ A.B., LL.B., LL.M. (UP); LL.M. (Harvard). 1 Fernandez, Perfecto V., Sixty Years of Philippine Law, 35 PHIL.L.J. 1389 (19060). 2 Paredes, Quintin, Speech on the occasion of the Commencement Exercises of the Francisco Law School, 15 L.J. 146...
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  • The Relevance of Studying Philippine Literature in English
    As we have learned in Philippine history, apart from superior arms to subdue the true revolutionaries who waged a continuing war against colonial rule, the Americans used education, propagated the English language and lifestyle. In effect, this changed the milieu of literary production as the English...
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  • midterm
    precedents to the interpretation of the law. A) civil law B) indigenous law C) Islamic law D) common law 7. All of the following factors contribute to globalization EXCEPT ________. A) rise of developing economies B) increased flow of labor and capital C) advancements in technology ...
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  • Media: Its Effects to the People
    you ever asked yourself how all of this affects your reasoning, your power to choose and your lifestyle? In this paper, the author would like to gather information all about mass media: its evolution through times, its disciplines and how it affects the people’s lives. Chapter...
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  • Nationalism and Language Use
    Nationalism and the Use of the Filipino Language y Abstract The use of a national language has been often associated with one’s nationalism. The Philippines is an example of a diverse country- rich with history from the times of the Spanish and American occupation. Amidst the cultural diversity...
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  • Kantutan Tayo
    CHAPTER 9 THE PHILIPPINE SOCIETY UNDER THE AMERICAN RULE Having proclaimed that the Philippines will be kept by the United States, President McKinley started the task of governing the colony. In his address before the 4th session of the 76th U.S. Congress, McKinley stated America’s aims concerning...
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  • lemme
         Modern-Day Nationalism                Nationalism is loyalty and devotion to a nation. It is a sense of national consciousness exalting one nation above all others and placing primary emphasis on promotion of its culture and interests as opposed to those of other nations or supranational groups...
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  • Life Work
    1. What is your concept and definitions on nationalism and national consciousness? Identify at least 3 heroes you admire most and why. The placing, by the individual, of national interests over and above those of the individual, regional, or global. Can exist under all political, social and economic...
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  • Political Turncoatism
    organization and renunciation of the other party. However, in the Philippine case politicians freely and gracefully shift from one party to another, the other changed his mind and do the same. Party- switching had been a common scenario in the Philippine politics. Its occurrence is usually at election times or...
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  • Psci 140
    Advantages? Global multiculturalism (national global) New values and identity International cosmopolitanism (“global village”) Disadvantages? Nationalism, fundamentalism… Cultural homogenization…(jihad vs. “McWorld”) * Institutional, ideational, and individual explanations for political violence ...
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