• Eco Paper
    segments and new psychographic segments - in order to reach out to important factors in the market. Economic Analysis/Conclusion: The year 2012 has been a magical year for the Philippines real state industry. Stbale economic growth, low interest rates, and increasing home investment of...
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  • Politics and Development in Asia
    after Marcos’ regime, the existence of constitutional reforms. On the other hand the external factors that contributed to the democratization of the developing world are: the Philippines’ relations with former communist countries and its relationship with the Islamic countries Internal Factors...
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  • Motives of the Spanish American War
    The Spanish American War started in 1898 and lasted about four months. Although the war might have seemed focused on freeing Cuba from Spain and gaining independence for Cuba and the Philippines, it was actually stimulated by nationalism and commercialism. Commercialism was a major factor when...
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  • International Business Project
    airlines. | Macro-Environmental Analysis This analysis will look into the factors in the macro-environment that will affect Westjet’s decisions in the Philippines. Political The legal/political aspect is quite important in the global business. The political influence generally includes the...
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  • Nationalism
    "fast verging" Indio takeover of the archipelago began to send money out of the Philippines FACTORS THAT CONTRIBUTED TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF FILIPINO NATIONALISM 1.the revolutions in Europe and in Latin America (opened the Philippines tointernational trade.) 2. the rise of a Middle Class from...
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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...
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  • Sociology
    . Infrastructure technology. Urbanization in Developing Countries Urbanization has taken place in the developing countries of Africa, Asia, and Latin America. Urbanization in the Philippines Three Factors of Urbanization: 1. 2. 3. The attractiveness of urban life strengthened the stream of...
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  • midterm
    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 D) higher number of trade restrictions 8. Gayle Warwick Fine Linen owes its success as a...
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  • History
    the liberal Spaniards that we can easily understand that it shows their happiness upon migrating of them to the Philippines. 7. How did the Spanish Revolution of 1868 affect the events in the Philippines? * It affects the people’s lifestyle and events a lot. Living simply and avoiding luxury...
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  • The Relevance of Studying Philippine Literature in English
    , our willing appropriation of their language during the time of the American colonial period affects the present generation and the formulation of the canon of Philippine literature in English. Even the past generations of literati together with the current prominent writers bring along with them the...
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  • Culture-Samoei
    cultural traditions. Cultural and social factors that affect development Posted on July 1, 2007 by Jeremy 12 This is part 4 of an exploration into why some countries are poorer than others. Discrimination Sometimes there are social or cultural factors that hold back poor countries...
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  • Life Work
    Katipunan. 2. Read any of the literary pieces written by the propagandist and discuss how did they supplement the historians view of the 19th century conditions in the Philippines. The 19th century By the late 18th century, political and economic changes in Europe were finally beginning to affect...
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  • Math
    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, India and the British Empire...
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  • lemme
    ,patronizing our own products we become famous in introducing the Filipino products & Philippines as a whole.                 Nationalism,its broadness is a quality that every Filipino can be an contributory factors just like our modern day heroes like Jessica Sanchez,Efren Peña florida,Manny Pacquiao...
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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...
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  • Study Guide for US History
    created a century of conflict in England? What factors finally pushed the English west, across the ocean? September 22, 2009 Describe the social, economic, and political changes which occurred in Europe and led to the exploration and colonization of the New World. September 23, 2009 Describe the...
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  • Political Turncoatism
    Christina Montiel entitled, Philippine Political Culture and Governance in the book Philippine Political Culture: Views from Inside the Hall of Power (2000), which establishes that culture can be a determining factor in the process and issues of today and that just like what Timberman (1991) agreed that...
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  • Media: Its Effects to the People
    patriots. The medium took a leap in the Philippine history as it boosted the Filipinos’ nationalism, thus, making it independent from the Spanish government. Today, with the advance technologies, mass media in various forms send messages across the globe very fast. Kinds of Mass Media...
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  • Physical Fitness Evaluation
    the military personnel? Is there a significant relationship in the performance of the respondents among these events? Is there significant difference between the performance of male and female military personnel? What are the factors that affect the performance of military personnel? What...
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  • Violence in Southeast Asia
    case, which is having sovereign power over a nation, triggered series violent events. Thus, it is clearly seen that political violence is the underlying reason for this constant violent event in Philippines or anywhere if there were fights for power. Forced Nationalism The second underlying...
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