• SOCIETY
     SOCIETY AND CULTURE WEEK 2 THE STUDY OF CULTURE →From the Latin word “cultura” derived from the “colere” meaning to cultivate/ “cultus” meaning to care → Refers to the complex whole which includes all capabilities acquired by man as a member of a society ( Tylor) →organized set of conventional...
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  • Rh Bill System
    those in their teens and early 20s want just slightly more than 2. Moreover, couples end up with families larger than what they desire. On average, Filipino women want close to 2 children but end up with 3. This gap between desired and actual family size is present in all social classes and regions, but...
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  • Argumentative Essay
    of people with common interests living in a particular locality that works together to build a nation. A nation is a race of people with shared values, culture, traditions, history, and language that is confined to one country. A country is the territory of a nation where every individual seeks to have...
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  • Age Culture
    Age culture varies in different societies which are moulded by the perception and concept of its environment. Thus, this essay will discuss the age culture of the western and Filipino society. It will discourse on how ageism reflects inclusion and exclusion in the social milieu, and thereafter a dissertation...
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  • Philosophy Study
    Missionaries. Education was religion-oriented. It was for the elite, especially in the early years of Spanish colonization. Access to education by the Filipinos was later liberalized through the enactment of the Educational Decree of 1863 which provided for the establishment of at least one primary school...
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  • Anth 338 Research Paper
    ascertain a much deeper understanding of the Japanese culture because of it, and at the same time was able to reflect on the differences and similarities of my Filipino heritage. From what I was able to gather, the Japanese and Filipino cultures have quite a few significant differences, but have more...
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  • Philippine Culture
    The culture of the Philippines reflects the country's complex history. It is a blend of the Malayo-Polynesian and Hispanic cultures, with influences from Indian and Chinese. The Philippines was first settled by Melanesians; today, although few in numbers, they preserve a very traditional way of life...
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  • Philippine Literature
    ------------------------------------------------- A Brief History of Philippine Literature in English I.                    Pre-Colonial Period -          Consisted of early Filipino literature passed down orally; oral pieces have a communal authorship – it was difficult to trace the original author of the piece since oral literature...
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  • Binalot Fiesta Foods Business Paper
    I. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Filipinos love to eat, which explains why practically every major global food brand is in the country; fast food brands, especially. These international franchises and their local limitations dominate. Filipino dining taste, in turn, has become very Western. It was this way...
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  • Mapping Youth Culture Through Fliptop
    thought’ and avenue of free views and ideas. Unsurprisingly, our values and contemporary influences are imbedded in the language or the choice of words we use. “Language is the key to the heart of culture.” The correlation between language and culture enabled language to “hold the power to maintain national...
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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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  • Sdfdsfdsf
    Philippine Culture The culture of the Philippines is very diverse. This is due to the colorful combination of different nations with our country. Its culture is reflected by the complexity of the history of the Philippines through the blending of Pre-Hispanic indigenous Austronesian civilizations...
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  • Stuff
    going to talk to you about my Filipino culture. Culture is very significant to me as it defines me as a person. It gives me a sense of belonging and understanding of who I am. Moving here in New Zealand has made me realise just how important it is to keep my Filipino culture and traditions with me wherever...
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  • Perceptions of Tourists to Manila Hotel and Its Contribution to Philippine Culture
    PHILIPPINE CULTURE CHAPTER 1 The Problem and Its Background Introduction Unknown to many, the Manila Hotel is one of the attractions that the government can offer to both local and foreign tourists. It is a showcase of Filipino Ingenuity and the uniqueness of artistry that only a Filipino can do....
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  • Would You Care for a Value?
    Trisha R. Ferreras ENG 098-099 02/07/2013 Values are important in every culture. They represent a set of behaviors handed down from generation to generation that mold our personality and define who we are. Philippine values originated from different cultures. The migration of Malays, business trade with...
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  • Heritage Assessment
    own traditions, cultural values, lifestyle, practices, and beliefs.” This paper is written to examine the health maintenance, restoration and protection decisions between three culturally different families (African American, Asian and Hispanic) and each of their unique values and beliefs associated with...
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  • Filipino Psychology
    Filipino psychology, or Sikolohiyang Pilipino, in Filipino, is defined as the psychology rooted on the experience, ideas, and cultural orientation of the Filipinos. It is regulated by the Pambansang Samahan sa Sikolohiyang Pilipino, (National Organization of Filipino Psychology), in English, which was...
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  • The God Stealer
      The God Stealer: Filipino Identity in FictionThe story God Stealer, like F. Sionil Jose's other novels concentrates on the debilitating effect of the colonialrule in the Filipino identity formation.  The story begins with two officemates Philip Latak (an Ifugao from the Mountain Province now...
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  • Filipino Core Values
    From the articles that I had read, will reflect the readers’ understanding on different Filipino values, how it defines one, what it means, and if one’s personality changes to fit certain situations. Filipino values have been derived from racial strains and cultural elements such as Aeta, Indonesians,...
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  • History
    Filipino culture is hard to define. Our long history of colonization makes it difficult to identify which is truly Filipino and which is alien to us. Nevertheless, it is important to explore the different factors that have shaped our culture in order to understand who we are as a people. It is said...
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