• 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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  • Events of the Philippine Island
    Islands" with the Rizal annotation. Then take one section of Chapter 8 which talks about precolonial cultures and IN YOUR OWN WORDS, discuss its significance and use to our present-day ideas of culture, history, and identify. Jose Rizal’s annotation of Antonio Morga's "Historical Events of the Philippine’s...
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  • Culture Televsion
    greatest invention of the 20th century. Nevertheless, there is still a lot of controversy about the impact of its popularity on the society in terms of culture. The television in today's society has become one of our most basic resources of information. We are informed through the television of the latest...
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  • The Filipino Culture
    THE FILIPINO CULTURE THE FILIPINO CULTURE PHILIPPINES Location and Geography. The Republic of the Philippines, a nation of 7,107 islands with a total area of 111,830 square miles (307,055 square kilometers), is located on the Pacific Rim of Southeast Asia. Two thousand of its islands are inhabited...
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  • Western Pop Culture
    Abstract Western pop culture has been a phenomenon that it has influenced every aspect of society. In this paper I looked into how it has affected a third world country such as the Philippines, how pop culture has changed the country and its people. I find that some of the changes were for the better...
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  • Filipno Philosphy
    we ask question is Filipino Philosophy? Professors are searching for things and evidence of early philosophical teaching from our natives Ifugao, Ivatan and others. It is a difficult feat because of that many countries had occupied our country and as a result we absorbed their culture making ours forgotten...
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  • Beliefs on Pregnancy
    effect of superstitious beliefs and practices in the Philippines on pregnancy. It explores the role of nurses in caring for culturally diverse Filipino patients and families in a safe and effective way. The paper provides a historical background, topic facts, impact of the superstitious beliefs...
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  • integrated information technology to student learning
    The social costs of being Filipino migrants abroad A POINT OF AWARENESS By Preciosa S. Soliven  | Updated October 30, 2008 - 12:00am  0  0 googleplus0  0  Launched in 2002 by Philippine Social Science Council (PSSC), the book – Filipinos in Global Migration: At Home in the World? – a book project...
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  • Kpop
    become trendy because it provided what the youth wanted throughout the region. The phenomenon can be partially explained by noting how Korean popular culture catapulted forward during the 1990s, leaving much of Asia behind as it abandoned conservatism and censorship, diversifying, appropriating, absorbing...
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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 Asian...
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  • Reflection Paper
    VALUES- a principle, standard, or quality that has been freely chosen from alternatives and acted upon which is considered worthwhile or desirable. FILIPINO VALUES (the 1987 constitution is a formal document embodying social values deemed desirable for the nation. It has been claimed that the Philippine...
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  • What Is an Educated Filipino
    What is an Educated Filipino? -Francisco Benitez 1 What is an educated Filipino and what qualities should distinguish him today? The conception of education and of what an educated man is varied in response to fundamental changes in the details and aims of society. In our country and during this transition...
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  • American Period
    art, architecture, science, industry, home, food, clothes, religion, pastimes, music and dances. Filipinos took education seriously which resulted to the high social status of some Filipinos. The Filipinos learned how to read, speak and write English in a short matter of time. The free exchange of goods...
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  • Filipino Psychology
    Top of Form  Powered by JRank Bottom of Form Countries and Their Cultures Countries and Their Cultures » No-Sa » Culture of The Philippines The Philippines Culture Name Filipino Orientation Identification. The Republic of the Philippines was named the Filipinas to honor King Philip the Second of Spain...
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  • A Change Within
    the image of a common Filipino which is still bound to the old culture of being idle and going through the flow. We have to become a new Filipino bound with the new culture of being disciplined, righteous, and persevering, a new Filipino which is honest and loyal, and a new Filipino full of patriotism...
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  • Philipinos in America
    Mid-Term Essays Amber Young 9/24/10 Pd.1 Bibliography “Filipino Americans in Seattle.” HistoryLink. Sept 7, 2010. Museum of History and Land. Sept 22, 2010. . ‘‘Filipinos in America.’’ Philipines. Oct 3, 2009. Sept 22, 2010. “Filipinos.” Aug 20, 2009. http://skylinecollege.edu/library. ...
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  • Rizal
    Rizal and the Philippine Culture To expound on “Rizal and the Philippine Culture” as I am privileged to do so on this commemorative occasion, is for a Filipino, to speak with a sense of national dignity and pride. For José Protacio Rizal y Mercado, who staunchly identified himself with his countrymen...
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  • Happy
    Culture Shock is a term used to describe the anxiety produced when a person moves to a completely new environment. Culture shock can be described as the physical and emotional discomfort one suffers when living in another country or place different from his or her place of origin. Stage 1 ( honeymoon...
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  • Islamic Influences in the Philippines
    regions such as Zambonga, Cebu and Tawi-Tawi. The Filipinos there would encounter numerous people from around the world but most commonly would be the Chinese and the Muslims. The Muslims would often be known to be trading spices and silk to the Filipinos for fruits and rice, which became a very common...
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  • Katubanya
    Ani Philippines (GAP). The GAP is one of the best dancers that I’ve ever seen. Their performances are world class level and should be proud of as a Filipino. From the props men and the musicians of the troupe were all great and extraordinary. I observed that their moves are all synchronize and very professional...
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