• Team Effectiveness Model
    implementation of an effective strategy. Most of the players are Half Filipinos and they have only lived here for a while, and the culture they got to used to in the country where they used to live is entirely different. We all know how a Filipino behaves and it’s really different with English man. These cause...
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  • Philippine Spanish Era
    of the country opened the eyes of the people in certain regions to the idea of freedom and expulsion of the Spaniards? During this period, the Filipinos discovered how weak Spain was when it comes to armory when the British defeated them. Eventually, Archbishop Manuel Rojo surrendered Manila and Cavite...
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  • Filipino Values
    1)Discuss the nature and context of the Filipino values. The Filipino value system arises from our culture or way of life, our distinctive way of becoming human in this particular place and time. We speak of Filipino values in a fourfold sense. First, although mankind shares universal human values...
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  • Historical Perspective: Philippines Educational System
    house deals with tribal rules/codes, instructions of faith [paganism, animism], basic counting system [I believe that there should be since early Filipinos [or should we say Indio] were already exchanging trades with neighboring Asian countries], and basic literacy [the Alibata, our local alphabet system...
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  • Rizal's life
    how the directors come up the movie. The directors come up the movie how the Spaniards treat Filipinos during the time we’re colonized by them, the director showed us how hard the situation of the Filipinos, our ancestors that time, and the life of our national hero Dr. Jose Rizal, it showed the sacrifices...
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  • Reproductive Health Bill
    economic problem of population. We cannot deny that the Filipino community mostly constitutes the youth. We see that the Filipino families mostly comprise of four to six children especially for families within the poverty line, where most Filipinos are. RH Bill wants to control this phenomena in our country...
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  • Filipino Values
    Filipino values The Filipino value system or Filipino values refers to the set of values or the value system that a majority of the Filipino have historically held important in their lives. This Philippine value system includes their own unique assemblage of consistent ideologies, moral codes, ethical...
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  • Imperialism of United States in the Philippines
    forces and Filipino nationalists led by Emilio Aguinaldo who sought independence rather than a change in colonial rulers. The ensuing Philippine-American War lasted three years and resulted in the death of over 4,200 American and over 20,000 Filipino combatants. As many as 200,000 Filipino civilians died...
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  • Society and Culture
    Anthropology Simbahan, Kiel Charl P. September 14, 2012 IA05410 Reaction Paper on the movie “Tanging Yaman” 1. How is the Filipino distinct culture like morals, values and tradition being highlighted in the movie? Loleng (Gloria Romero), the family matriarch, is a devout Catholic and spends...
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  • Bordang
    they have an opportunity to hear about each religion from people that study that specific sect.  It would be fair to say that our society isn’t that moral that we don’t need to be teaching religion.  Having a person come in for a couple of weeks and teaching about their religion is a good start to helping...
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  • Qwerty
    Filipino and Catholic Values: the Makings of an Ideal Nation We, Filipinos, are known for many admirable values. Some examples are family-oriented, meal-oriented, and being patriotic. One aspect of our lives is being religious. We develop strong faith and are built upon good Christian values, such...
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  • Citizenship
    Philippines?     A Filipino citizen may be considered natural-born or naturalized citizen.  Both statuses bestow upon the individual certain privileges and exclusive rights such as the rights to vote, to run for public, etc. which may be denied the foreigner. NATURAL-BORN FILIPINO          Art. IV...
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  • Bushido Influence on Filipinos
    Bushido Influence and Filipinos We need not question the success of the country of Japan over the years and decades that have passed. Despite being a small country, they have managed to surmount others through their handwork, heart, and passion. They are globally competitive and respected in many fields...
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  • American Adobo
    The movie is a romantic comedy-drama about five Filipino friends living in New York City dealing with love, friendship and cultural identity. Tere, a 40-something virgin, single because of her low self-esteem and low fashion sense in finding Mr. Right is not happy about her current situation. She is...
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  • RH bill
    The changes brought by the RH Bill Many Filipino people tracked the past blazing issue on the passing of Reproductive Health Bill because of strong arguments between the government and the Catholic Church. These two opposing sides were debating on this, pros and cons, consecutively. After decades...
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  • Casw Study Culture Schock
    Discuss Ralph’s impressions of the Filipino culture. Ralph does not understand the way the workers view time in the Philippines, the workers do not show up to work on time as scheduled, which is a reflection of the casual view of time in Filipino culture. Filipino people either like U.S. citizens or...
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  • Corruption
    powerful politicians. The moral problems that arise from corruption cause the public to suffer from hardship in life because of the dishonest public officials. In order to address the problem we must know the roots of the problem and what pushes a person to be corrupt. Filipinos in nature tends to be...
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  • Mynameiskhan
    idea of a novel of The Philippines under Spanish Colonial Rule occurred to him. In early 1884 he proposed a writing collaboration among a group of Filipinos in Madrid which, perhaps unsurprisingly, came to nothing. However, he got underway by himself and by late 1884 was about halfway through. No longer...
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  • Pholosophy
    morality and goodness, borrowing whichever portion seemed fit to my taste. The concept I took from Relativism is that moral judgments are never objective. I believe that moral decisions are highly influenced my society and norms. Though, this concept believes that there are no universal truths, I...
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  • Model of Filipino Values
    FILIPINO VALUES  RAYMUND  THE FILIPINO VALUE S SYSTEM OR VALUES REFERS TO THE SET OF VALUES OR THE VALUES SYSTEM THAT THE MAJORITY OF THE FILIPINO HAVE HISTORICALLY HELD important in their lives. These Philippine value system includes their own unique assemblage of consistent ideologies moral...
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