• Tattoos Past and Present
    Chinese, and more all have elaborate art histories whether it is buried in the pyramids, the temples, the sculptures, or caves but how has our history books in school forgotten to mention the important history hidden in tattoos? Tattoos have many meanings, and they are different all over the world...
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    Government Economic Development Educational Development Achievement Ferdinand Marcos 1965 served the government for 20 years, longest term for a Philippine president continued the Decontrol Policy of Diosdado Macapagal at first, the economy was doing well national income increased rapidly; production...
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  • Cultures
    The culture of the Philippines reflects the country's complex history. It is a blend of the Malayo-Polynesian and Hispanic cultures, with influence from Chinese, Indians, Arabs, and other Asian cultures. The Philippines was first settled by Melanesians, today they preserve a very traditional way of...
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  • Pinoy Management and Ethics
    been no easy answers to the controversy around the leakage of questions in the recent nursing licensing examinations. Wouldn't a retake be better for all of the batch 2006 examinees, to remove the cloud of doubt around their competence? But wouldn't a retake mean more expenses, some families selling, literally...
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  • Philippines
    Philippines BUSN 105 10/14/2012 Amy Westbrook The Philippines is a cultural anomaly. Situated in the heart of South East Asia, the Philippines are quite unique among the nations situated around it. Being heavily influenced by Spain, Mexico, The United States and the Catholic Church add to its...
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  • Globalization
    CHAPTER 16 GLOBALIZATION AND NATION-BUILDING IN THE PHILIPPINES: State Predicaments in Managing Society in the Midst of Diversity ROMMEL C. BANLAOI Introduction When the Philippines acceded to the World Trade Organization (WTO) in 1995, the country demonstrated its determination to face the challenges...
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    Form All Topics Health Medicines & Treatments Drugs Psychotherapy Who Are The Famous Psychologists In The Philippines? 1 Answers Connor Sephton answered There are seven different famous psychologists that are from the Philippines:  • Tetchie Agbayani, an unlikely candidate for a list of famous...
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  • Family Assessment
    family (subsystems). By composing a genogram, or family tree, one can see information on family relationships, health patterns, occupations, and religion. By composing an ecomap one can see information on how a family and its members interact with larger systems or smaller subsystems. The term family...
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  • Essay
    appeared. So the descendants of Noah spread out to many parts of the world. The other religions of some tribes in the Philippines explain the origin of this land by telling “legends”. One legend says the Philippines came from a giant who was carrying a huge rock. He got tired and threw the rock down,...
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  • Phillipines
    The Republic of the Philippines, like many independent countries is in a hurry to catch up with many older more developed countries. The republic is located on the western rim of the Pacific Ocean, some 6000 miles from the coast of California. Its geographic coordinates 13 00 N, 122 00 E. The Archipelago...
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  • The Government During Spanish and Present Day Government
    Spain; they found the new world (America) by Christopher Columbus and many islands is rediscovered by Spain during the golden age one of them is the Philippines discovered by Ferdinand Magellan on march 16 1521. According to the expert the reason why the Spanish colonization of many island is the 3 G`s GOD...
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  • How Selected Company Apply Financial Strategies
    merging of the heritage Negros Navigation and ATS under the 2GO brand. The group maintains the largest and widest logistics infrastructure across the Philippines with seamless links to over 150 countries. Over 400,000 TEU capacity (50% market share of domestic freight) 16 passage and freight vessels, 15,000...
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  • A Particular System of Principles
    sort of ethics often acts as a sort of “code of conduct” that governs what is and is not acceptable, as well as providing a framework for ensuring that all members of the community are cared for. Standard ethics are typically driven by individual morals that determine right or wrong. Within a society,...
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    local brands as being at par with imported brands. The average Pinoy teen also highly values family, religion, and education. This image of the Filipino teen is revealed in “The TRU Study: 2011 Philippines Teen Edition" which was released Thursday by global youth research organization TRU (Teens Research...
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  • The Seven Deadly Sins of Mahatma Gandhi
    (Business) without morality (ethics) Lol as a business management student, I was really taught to have ethics in every move that I make. Business is all about seeking opportunities and gains the highest benefit from others. To decide some plans in a business, environment, society, and even the rival should...
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  • Philippine Traditional and Alternative Medicine
    Philippine Traditional and Alternative Medicine Traditional medicine has been practiced since ancient times in every culture throughout the world and has been an integral part of human evolution and development. The evolution of Philippine traditional medicine is an interesting study that is influenced...
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  • Capitalism and Religion
    Capitalism and religion Religious people involve themselves in politics all over the spectrum, usually claiming that God personally shares their political beliefs. For this reason, most of them are cranks and the powers-that-be appease them only as much as necessary to get their votes; hence, the Christian...
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    Republic of the Philippines CAVITE STATE UNIVERSITY Cavite City Campus Pulo II, Dahican, Cavite City Tel no.: (046) 4313570 / Fax No.:(046) 4313570 STUDENT GUIDE IN MANUSCRIPT PREPARATION A. Book Cover Page Book Color – Blue / Letter – Gold ...
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  • The Health Hazards of Celebrating Christmas the Filipino Way in Manila City, Philippines
    Manila City, Philippines Acosta, Danna Lee A. Professor Joey Ogatis Communications II Research Paper 23 March 2012 Thesis Statement: The celebration of the beliefs and traditions of Christmas in Manila, Philippines, by the Catholic community, causes risks in the over-all well-being...
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  • Random Questions
    notion forms the basis of his theory of development and origins of primitive religion. For Tylor the principal criterion of cultural growth are development of industrial arts extent of scientific knowledge, type of religion, extent of political and social organization. He originated the method of adhesions...
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