• Themes of Filipino Komiks Short Stories: a Content Analysis Themes of Filipino Komiks Short Stories: a Content Analysis Themes of Filipino Komiks Short Stories: a Content Analysis
    THEMES OF FILIPINO KOMIKS SHORT STORIES: A CONTENT ANALYSIS ABSTRACT This study is a content analysis of the various themes, sub-themes and the types of endings contained in the short stories in Filipino comic books, thereafter referred to in its vernacular form, "komiks." The study sampled...
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  • Filipino
    University of San Carlos Basic Education Department- South Campus J. Alcantara St. Cebu City Panitikan sa Pilipinas sa Iba’t ibang panahon Pananaliksik Na ipinapasa kay Gng. Erlinda Lisondra Filipino IV Katrina Mae B. Giango Aimee A. Quijano IV-Pula 2010-2011 I. Mga akdang pampa...
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  • Thesis in Filipino
    UNIBERSIDAD NG SANTO TOMAS FACULTAD NG SINING AT PANITIK ANG SELF-REGULATION AT LIMITASYON NG MEDIA: ISANG PAG-AARAL SA MGA PAGKAKAMALI NG MEDIA NOONG AGOSTO 23 SA INSIDENTE NG HOSTAGE TAKING SA QURINO GRANDSTAND, MANILA Bermase, Arvin T. Celestino, Christine Joi S.M. Doria, Ma. Princess E...
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  • Filipino Psych
    Sikolohiyang Pilipino (Filipino psychology): A legacy of Virgilio G. Enriquez* Rogelia Pe-Pua The University of NewSouthWales Elizabeth Protacio-Marcelino University of the Philippines Sikolohiyang Pilipino (Filipino psychology) refers to the psychology born out of the experience, thought an...
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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 Asi...
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  • Filipino Immigration and Racism
    Discuss the different waves of The Filipino Americans immigration to the US as well as their contribution. In what ways are the experiences of the Filipino different and similar to that of other Asian Americans? Show that you are familiar with the information from the text in your answer. Coming...
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  • Youth on Filipino Patriotism
    8 Youth on Patriotism; "How Far Would You Go For Your Country?" The past has been a breeding ground of the patriotic, the noble, and the brave. Many a hero was born and numerous cries for nationalism, honor for one's country and justice have been heard echoing through the walls of Philippine hi...
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  • Filipino Culture
    Naisulat ni Virgilio G. Enriquez na kapag tayo'y nanaliksik sa ating kultura at komunidad, mahalagang gamitin nating ang ating sariling wika. Kadalasan ay wina-walang bahala natin ang proseso ng translasyon sa tagalog at ingles. Minamaliit natin ang bawat salita na sa ating wika ay maaring magpahiwa...
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  • Modernization in Filipino Women
    INTRODUCTION For centuries, Filipino women have thought themselves of being dominated by men. From the Spanish era to the American colonization, they were brought up to believe that men are leaders in society and that they are subordinate to them [men]. This therefore affects their views on femi...
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  • Filipino Patriotism
    Patriotism DOES one become patriotic because he or she supports his or her country's president or government? Or conversely, is one guilty of being unpatriotic because he or she does not support the current head of state and administration? This talk about patriotism is among the myriad of...
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  • Baranggay: the Filipino Sports Fan
    Baranggay: The Filipino Sports Fan Basketball is a celebrated sport in the country; the American occupation forces imported the sport in the early part of the 20th century. The sport easily replaced a popular game at that time, football. Since then the country was easily recognized around the wo...
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  • Filipino Immigration
    Filipino Immigration 2 Abstract Many Filipinos who have migrated to the U.S had an opportunity to explore a different type of life. Living in America there are so many opportunities for each Filipino to live, work and to have a better type of lifestyle. Migrating from a third world country is a...
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  • Filipino Psychology: on Spirituality, Homosexuality, Psychopathology
    On Filipino Psychopathology Psychopathology is said to be the deviation of an individual’s behavior as compared to the norms of the society. It is classified into two—neurosis and psychosis. In a third world country like ours, it is a fact that poor people outnumber the rich ones, that’s w...
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  • Ernest Bormann's Theory Applied to the Filipino Monkey
    Radio pranksters in the 1980s used a pseudonym called the Filipino Monkey on maritime radio transmissions, mainly in the Persian Gulf (“Antics of ‘Filipino Monkey,’” 1987). The radio prankster makes jokes, odd calls and sometimes threatening calls on VHF marine channel 16, which is the emer...
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  • Pregnancy and Superstitions: a Study on Filipino Beliefs and Practices on Pregnancy
    Introduction Superstitious beliefs or superstitions are considered to be irrational beliefs about an object or action considered to influence the consequences of an event although the object or action and the event do not relate to each other. Asians have been famous for their superstitious...
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  • Filipino Parties
    “Eat some more food.” Everyone surrounding me was telling me to eat more and more. Aunties, uncles, and cousins that I never even knew I had were telling me to eat. Even though I was already full, I picked up another plate and started to eat again. Every time I go to a Filipino party, I find mys...
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  • The Filipino Youth : Coping with Modern Technology
    The Filipino Youth : Coping With Modern Technology We have come to an era where everything inconceivable for the past 50 years has been made possible and actual. Once a dream, now a commodity. Once a prospect, now outdated. Once a thing of imagination, now an item of sensation. We can say that e...
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  • Journal- Filipino Americans
    The Filipino Americans Melany Ahlemeyer June 7, 2009 ETH 125 mahlemeyer@email.phoenix.edu The creation of Filipino Americans came from migration from the Philippines in 1763 though not many started to migrate until the 1906-1934 due to annexation from Spain to the United States in the Fi...
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  • Filipino Teen-Ager’s Perspective on the Use of Herbs for Health and Body Care
    INTRODUCTION Background of the Study Herbs are essential ingredients today. Different kinds of products made of it are now sprouting. Examples are herbal soaps for whitening the skin, herbal tea for cleansing the body, herbal hair supplements for hair growth, etc. But it is primarily...
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  • Filipino Soldiers
    I was really moved and touched by that one specific incident that Prof. Michael Norman shared in his lecture, which was about some Japanese soldiers, who were secretly giving medicines to some of the Filipino soldiers, who fell ill while inside the work camp. As Prof. Norman had mentioned, it was...
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