• RH bill
    study first before teaching abruptly. These changes only show that the education being taught to children shall be carefully studied because it may lead to a positive or negative outcome. Filipino culture and values subversion due to Reproductive Health Bill. It does not only affect the culture...
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  • Human Behavior
    " that characterizes many Filipinos is counter-productive. Certain negative behaviors may be picked up by the youth if they are consistently exhibited and are not shown in the end to have negative consequences. At the same time, an understanding of the strengths of the Filipino character would help in recognizing the traditional and positive Filipino values that should be perpetuated....
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  • Filipino Value
    abhorrence of acts of cheating and thievery. Though there are positive values that Filipinos are possessing, there lays a side called negative values. There is shame/sensitivity because it arrests or inhibits one's action. This trait reduces one to smallness or the "morality of slaves", thus...
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  • Our Filipino Values: a Connotation to the World
    loob [gratefulness], hiya [shame] palakasan [show of power]. To change a framework of values, it may be necessary to change the constellation and context of those negative values that hinder Filipino and Christian development. Fourthly, we can speak of Filipino values in the sense that the historical...
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  • Love
    . This is from the book of a popular human behavior book author, a Filipino who conducted study in order for him to know the negative values that affect the quality production of Filipinos. Negative values of the Filipinos that affect the quality production are the following: 1. Ningas kugon...
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  • Impacts of Colonial Mentality Among Filipinos
    Asian American populations. One primary reason for this underutilization may be that Western therapy is not congruent with Filipino cultural values. Researchers argue that Filipino Americans may be neglected in research due to the "model minority" stereotype associated with Asian Americans (de la...
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  • Philosophy
    act of the will to become a better people. Ateneo de Manila University Manila CHAPTER V THE AMBIVALENCE OF FILIPINO TRAITS AND VALUES EMERITA S. QUITO Much has been said about so-called negative Filipino traits. They have been blamed for the weak character of the Filipino; they are...
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  • Filipino Values
    [comforting], bayanihan [cooperation], bahala na [come what may], utang na loob [gratefulness], hiya[shame]/pakiusap[appear], palakasan [show of power]). To change a framework of values, it may be necessary to change the constellation and context of those negative values that hinder Filipino and...
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  • Reflection Paper
    FILIPINO VALUES * HIYA (shame/ sensitivity)- * Negative, because it arrest or inhibits ones action. This trait reduces one to smallness or to what Nietzche calls the ‘morality of slaves’ thus congealing the soul of the Filipino and emasculating him, making him timid, meek and weak...
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  • Losing Filipinos Physically, Losing Filipinos Eternally
    slowly being erased because one of them or both of them would have to leave their young children. This is something negative first, because this would mean that some children would grow up not knowing exactly the traditional Filipino values and would depend on the irresponsible media for identity...
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  • Mkj Fjeofjewofj
    Asti Jenkins Kwon AAS 155 29 September 2010 Ethnicity plays a vital role in coming out for Filipino gay men because the culture and family values differ from other Asian American cultures. Filipinos are essentially categorized as Asian Americans but don’t identify as it because of the...
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  • Kkkk
    , particularly in Catholicism and Islam. Families would encourage and strengthen the values of their children and would at least have one day a week for worship and at the same time strengthening family ties. POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE TRAITS OF FILIPINOS...
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  • Understanding Filipino Psychology: a Thought Paper
    making excuses and loopholes from doing a certain responsibility assigned and designated for you are some of the examples of the negative cultural values of the Filipinos. However, the concept of “Utang Na Loob ” may be either positive or negative. Since we all know that culture is dynamic and it...
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  • Filipino Values
    abstract, they are not readily easy to identify. On the bases of what people think, do or feel, sociologists can drive the meaning from these actions. Forces that Shape Filipino Contemporary Values Filipino values have been derived from racial strains and cultural elements. These are Aeta...
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  • Research on Homosexuals
    least 2 TV programs that promote (positive, negative) . . . a. EAT BULAGA (a noontime variety show) – the acclaimed longest running Filipino television noontime show of Channel 7 ( Kapuso network) has unquestionable positive and negative effects on the lives of Filipino people...
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  • Spirituality
    truthfully call Filipino.” PCPII,19 SOCIO-CULTURAL FILIPINO VALUES “HIYA” “CLOSE FAMILY TIES” “PAKIKISAMA” “BAHALA NA” “UTANG NA LOOB” “SUSPECTED AS THE SOURCE OF NEGATIVE ATTITUDE” NEGATIVENEGATIVE… 2. “BAHALA NA” • makes a person too complacent and take things for granted...
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  • Filipino Values
    ) * Kapayapaan(Peace) Negative Filipino Values * “Bahala Na” * “Ningas Kugon” * “Crab Mentality” * “Patigasan“ * Mañana or “Bukas na” * “Kanya-kanya“(to each his own) * “Balimbing” * “Bahala na” Other Values in Philippine Culture * Smooth Intrepersonal...
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  • Human Resource Characteristics
    . NEGATIVE TRAITS OF FILIPINO WORKERS 1. Poor role model 2. Not worthy of trust 3. Ineffective at providing effective performance feedback and recognition 4. Over-Sensitivity 5. Poor Prioritizing They don’t walk the talk. They say the organization values some trait but behave...
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  • Miseducation of Filipino
    the right things, or, the person will become otherwise since he acquired negative things. Personally, I learned and realized many things about the history and relationship between the Americans and the Filipinos upon reading this paper. It is quite intriguing what the main reasons really were the...
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  • Humanities
    values are affected by society and, in turn, how society can be affected by the values held by its members. Two of these traits are positive traits and show the strengths of the Filipino character: Katapatan and Pakikipagkapwa-tao. The other two seem to hinder the advancement of the Filipinos...
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