• Ethnic Study
    exclude the Whites from the minority races because Whites would be able to collect all the resources, services, facilities, and establish racial hierarchy easily and effectively. I believe, the exclusion of Mexican in Santa Paula is one of the examples, which White excluded other race using ideology...
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  • Political Humor and the Creation of Joke Work
    READING GLORIA­GARCI JOKES: THE SEMANTIC SCRIPT  THEORY OF HUMOR/GENERAL THEORY OF VERBAL HUMOR  AND FILIPINO POLITICAL HUMOR Maria Rhodora G. Ancheta, PhD Department of English and Comparative Literature University of the Philippines Diliman 1.0  Political Humor and the Creation of Joke Work ...
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  • History Education Philippine
    in a surprising policy of appeasement and conciliation, serves as the book’s unifying theme. The book’s eight contributors (seven Japanese and one Filipino) examine the unravelling of this policy in various areas of the Occupation experience, stressing the policy’s contradictory and devastating consequences...
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  • Entertainment in the Filipino American Culture
    an under-discussed on-going concern. If history is the memory of a people, culture and arts are its soul. Our heritage and national patrimony is in need of protection and conservation” (Roces). Alejandro R. Roces who writes for the “PhilStar.com” conveys his message that culture is an important part...
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  • Why Is Rizal Our National Hero
    Chapter I Introduction I. Background of the study We owe it to ourselves as Filipinos to revisit the writings of Dr. Rizal and try to gain an understanding of his ideals and hope for the Philippines. Dr. Rizal is a great gift of God to us, if we are to see it in a Christian perspective. But Dr...
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  • Fixing Poverty in the Philippines: Mission Impossible
    8 percent in 1997 to 40.0 in 2000 (Aldaba, 2005). According to the article written by Ted Torres (2013) in The Philippine star, the percentage of Filipinos living below the poverty line has remained almost unaltered in the past six years. The statement was based on the latest poverty data released by...
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  • Cross Cultural Mangement Renault Philippines Case Study
    detailed market survey, Renault the French automobile constructor firm, decided to establish a branch in Philippines. Indeed it appeared that the Filipino market is very attractive, and presents a lot of opportunities. Renault decided to set a first selling centre in Manila. This mission has been assigned...
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  • Nutrition
    FRAMEWORKS FIGURE 1 MASLOW’S HIERARCHY OF NEEDS [pic] Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs states that we must satisfy each need in turn, starting with the first, which deals with the most obvious needs for survival itself. Only when the lower order needs of physical and emotional well-being...
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  • Ode to Youth
    is being taken for granted as it is considered to be an old-fashioned virtue and no longer needs to be practiced due to the sexually permissive environment. The main concern of these parents is that the Filipino youth have yet to go the way of the Western society adolescents. Just what is Premarital...
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  • Managing Oneself
    into consideration Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs. Westerners typically are a bit more concerned about personal worth and making a contribution to the world than the average Filipino. In a third world country like ours, people put more priority in satisfying their “safety” needs first: security of body, of...
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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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  • The Chinese Businessman
    neighborhoods. COMMUNITY SERVICE DEFINED Community service is defined as a way of helping an individual or family in the community in meeting a specific need even though this opportunity was not identified through a formal organization. SERVICE LEARNING a.) a teaching and learning strategy that integrates...
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  • Marketing Principles
    society at large. (Williams, 2013) Marketing Process: Situation analysis focuses more on the possible opportunities that will satisfy a customer’s need. This depends on how the product can influence the a specific environment and how the product can control you a specific group you want to target. It...
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  • Current Issues in Philippines
    for our country. There are already close to 800 cases or so being applied for annulment or legal separation a month — most of these cases by women. We need to realize the important reasons why this is happening. A lot of it goes beyond no longer getting along. Sometimes it’s due to domestic violence, infidelity...
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  • Silverlens Consumer Behaviour Study
    consumer perception towards Silverlens by focusing on the consumers of Carlos Celdran’s play. John Charles Edward “Carlos” Pamintuan Celdran is Filipino tour guide, cultural activist, and performing artist. He was born on November 10, 1972. He grew up in Dasmarinas Village, Makati City. He attended...
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  • Carp
    concepts behind Catholicism, and to tell the stories of Christ’s life and passion. Images of the Holy Family and the saints were introduced to the Filipino psyche through carved santos, the via crucis (Stations of the Cross), engravings on estampas and estampitas, and through paintings on church walls...
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  • society in philippines
    concerned with the physical realities, such as our survival, a life of fear and threat from without, and the need for complete deference to authority; to a stage in which our individual vital needs and wants, including our desire to interact with others and expand and trade, come into their own; to the...
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  • jose rizal
    howl like us, Filipinos, who cannot stand for what we believe is right, we will never experience independence. It tells us that if we truly love our native language then we will have our liberty to say things, just like a bird which soars to freer space above. This is to encourage Filipino people to adopt...
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  • CBCP
    address the country's needs following World War II. It had 17 members and incorporated on January 22, 1946 with the purpose to unify, coordinate and organize Filipino Catholics to work together on education, social welfare, religious and spiritual issues under the direction of the Filipino bishops. CBCP...
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  • Organization and Behavior
    Stephen P. Robbins (Magicman, 2011). An organization has its own different types in which are set up to serve number of purposes and to meet a variety of needs. It comes in all forms, shape, and sizes and considered to have MOPS. Studying Organization and Behaviour enables the upcoming managers, which are...
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