• History Education Philippine
    occupation strategy towards the Philippines, which was originally rooted 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...
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  • cool
    have been used constructively to achieve development and environmental progress. This drive of achieving the goal of holistic growth and progress has been determined to arise from more basic needs. As Abraham Maslow’s Theory of Human Motivation explains: Human needs arrange themselves in hierarchies...
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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...
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  • The Chinese Businessman
    Physiological needs Abraham Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs Level 1. Physiological needs: Food, water and sleep. Level 2. Safety needs: Protection from harm. Level 3. Love and belongingness needs: Affiliation with others and acceptance by others. Level 4. Esteem needs: Achievement, competency...
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  • Ode to Youth
    rampant activity has shaken even the OFWs over Europe and North America. For the young people, chastity 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...
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  • Cross Cultural Mangement Renault Philippines Case Study
    Cross Cultural Management: Philippines - Case Study Introduction: After a 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...
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  • Consumer Buying Behavior
    Consumer Buying Behavior towards Food Consumption I. Introduction A. Background of the Study The word food refers to any nutritious substance that our body intake to sustain life, therefore, each and every human needs it. According to Abraham Maslow’s hierarchy of needs (1943), in the...
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  • Entertainment in the Filipino American Culture
    the Filipino American community because of the need to adapt and survive in a society where racism and social hierarchy are present. First generation Filipino immigrants are going to be more traditional and conservative compared to the 2nd and 3rd generation. Usually, the 1.5 and 2nd generation become...
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  • Nutrition
    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 are satisfied are...
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  • Globalization of Jollibee
    ). Eventually, Jollibee’s distinctly Filipino menu and customer/family friendly atmosphere made it extremely popular with the domestic market (Bartlett & Beamish, 2011, p. 34). Within a year of its transition into the fast food industry, Jollibee had already opened 5 stores in metropolitan Manila...
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  • Carp
    . 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. Though the ethnic art forms such as pottery, weaving and metalwork were...
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  • Current Issues in Philippines
    that has no divorce law for all its citizens regardless of religious belief or affiliation. Some think that we do not need a divorce law because the Family Code, which applies to non-Muslim Filipinos, already provides for the termination of marriages through “annulment.” This argument misleads...
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  • CBCP
    Vice President. Located in Intramuros, Manila History On February 15, 1945 the Rev. William Piani, D.D., apostolic delegate to the Philippines, created the Catholic Welfare Organization to address the country's needs following World War II. It had 17 members and incorporated on January 22...
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  • Religious Ideas of Dr. Jose Rizal
    THE RELIGIOUS IDEAS OF RIZAL By Aurora Roxas-Lim Chinese Studies Program Ateneo de Manila University “”… the best religions are those that are simplest, most in conformity with nature, most in harmony with the needs and aspirations of men, Here lies the principal excellence of...
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  • Thesis on Students Perception on Business and Employment
    motivations are practically governed by the hierarchy of human needs. Abraham Maslow’s hierarchy of needs categorizes human needs into physiological, safety, social, esteem, and self-actualization needs. ERG theory of Clayton Alderfer is a modification of Maslow’s hierarchy, where the five needs are...
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  • Filipino Values
    forget here about sexual morality to which the church hierarchy seems to pay relatively more attention to). The question nowadays seems to be "Why can't we be good?" We Filipinos point out, ad nauseam, about our homeland as being the only Christian nation in Asia, as if it were a badge that we can...
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  • Marketing Principles
    ranging 11-21y/o can either be male or female; Filipino families even the senior citizen. Social classes C, D and E; and those looking for budget-friendly quick meals. In comparison from Maslow’s hierarchy of needs, eating in a fast-food chain w/o asking for money makes an individual happy, falls...
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  • Managing Oneself
    realistically, is geared more on Western point of view. Let me take 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...
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  • jose rizal
    Filipino is also a language to be respected and valued. It is also a language likewise with the angels and with the others. There should be no hierarchy that the Filipino is the least. For rejecting it is like denying ourselves of who we really are. He indicated in the poem that Tagalog is equivalent to...
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  • Philippine Public Administration
    Philippine Public Administration”, but how does this bureaucratic country works? Is it still positively working? Max Weber presented some major variables or features of bureaucracy such as: hierarchy, division of labor, formally written rules and procedures, impersonality and neutrality. In the...
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