• Teens Decreasing Morality
    Journal Vol 2, No 4, 2001 Educational Research Conference 2001 Special Issue http://www.flinders.edu.au/education/iej 203 Some aspects of moral values among university students in three societies: Poland, Australia and the Philippines J.J. Smolicz, D.M. Hudson and M.J. Secombe1 Graduate School of Education...
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  • Implication of Divorce to the Values and morals of Filipinos
    INTRODUCTION Divorce has implications on the values and morals of Filipinos which can be shown by giving the positive and negative effects of divorce on the family affected by the process. Divorce (or the dissolution of marriage) is the final termination of a marital union, cancelling the legal duties...
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  • Media Pratitioners and Social Justice
    Katherine Rose V. Albano Ms. Ricamela Palis Keisha Erika L. Garcia COMVALE MEDIA PRATITIONERS AND SOCIAL JUSTICE duty, self-interest or morals? WHAT IS MEDIA IN COMMUNICATION? ➢ In communications, media are the storage and transmission channels used to store and deliver data. ...
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  • Doing Business in Asia
    are increasingly across Asian countries frontiers, often in cultures where different moral standards and business ethics prevail. These cultural differences have derived many international businesses ethical issues; it is a challenge for an international businessperson not only must understand the values...
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  • grading applications
    identifying a product, officially registered and legally restricted to the use of the owner or manufacturer. Philippine copyright law is enshrined in the Intellectual Property Code of the Philippines, officially known as Republic Act No. 8293. The law is partly based on United States copyright law and the...
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  • International Relations: Philippines and China on the Spratly Islands Issue
    China and the Philippines on the Spratly Islands Issue: A Realist Approach For decades, the Spratly Islands in the South China Sea, now called as the Philippine Western Sea in the Philippines, has long been debated by its claimants: Malaysia, Brunei Darussalam, Taiwan, Vietnam, China, and the Philippines...
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    Second Semester: SS 102 Christology/New Testament COURSE TITLE: SALVATION HISTORY: The Old Testament Second Year College: First Semester: THEO 101 Moral Theology Second Semester: THEO 102 Catholic Social Teaching COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course will explain study the world of the Pentateuch, Historical...
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  • BS Chemistry (Course Description and Requirements) in the Philippines
    The program prepares them for careers as chemists, researchers and even as an academician. Admission requirements for BS in Chemistry in the Philippines o Must have recommendation from high school principal and guidance counsellor o Must have the Original copy of high school card (Form 138A) o...
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  • Rh Bill
    Occasional Paper Series No. 1 2012-A REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH BILL IN THE PHILIPPINES: Sources of Conflict between the Church and its Proponents Rito V. Baring, Ed.D. Social Development Research Center De La Salle University Philippine Copyright 2012 by Social Development Research Center-DLSU ISSN...
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  • Flaw of Ld
    When “Me” Prevails Over “Them” The Legislator and his Constituents The Philippines, specifically its government, is endowed with people who are supposed to devote themselves in stimulating the general welfare through legislation and representation. They are elected by the people primarily to formulate...
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  • Filipino Psychology
    work can still be considered a Filipino philosophy by virtue of its authorship, that is to say, the author is “Filipino” as defined legally in the Philippine constitution. In this respect, naturalized Filipinos such as John Schumacher, SJ will be considered as themselves Filipinos. Moreover, any foreigner...
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  • Rh Bill
    people” (Sison 2011). The Church’s position is anchored on her disagreement with the proposal's anti-life stance and problematic attitudes towards issues that affect religious expression. Christianity insists that artificial birth control methods are offensive to life because these tend to suppress...
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  • Morality Policy
    MORALITY POLICY IN THE PHILIPPINES The separation between the Church and the State is provided in the Philippine Constitution. However, Philippines, being the only predominantly Christian nation in Asia composing 94% of its population as Christians in which there are about 85% of all its citizens...
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  • Sex Education
    Bulettin. July 10, 2010 Rebecca Singson, MD. Sex education Begins at Home. The Philippine Star. September 16, 2008. Yes to Sex education for Kids. The Philippine Star. October 2, 2008 Ronald Lim. The Signature that Started a Wildfire. August...
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  • Case Analysis of Moral Issue
    ➢ News Item RH Bill to lead to divorce, same sex marriages: prelate By David Dizon, abs-cbnNEWS.com; (The Philippine Star) MANILA, Philippines - Former Lingayen-Dagupan Archbishop Oscar Cruz warned on Tuesday that passing the Reproductive Health (RH) Bill into law could lead to the introduction...
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  • Urbanization Of The Highlands
    Voices of Democracy 5 (2010): 57‐71                                                                                    Kimokeo‐Goes 57 THEODORE ROOSEVELT, "FREE SILVER, TRUSTS, AND THE PHILIPPINES"  (7 SEPTEMBER 1900)    Una Kimokeo‐Goes  Willamette University    Abstract:  This  essay  examines  a  vice  presidential  campaign  speech ...
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  • The Written Threat: Asserting the Best Interests of the Child Against the Unlimited Access of Children to Printed Materials Considered “Injurious to Minors”
    However, reading books are not always safe. Some books have material that are erotic, violent, and not suitable for a minor’s mind. The current Philippine laws are sufficient in protecting the public from obscene publications (i.e. Article 201 of the Revised Penal Code). However, even though only protected...
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  • Study Habits on Chemistry
    Roman Republic and Philippine Republic | Roman Republic | Philippine Republic | Citizens | Citizenship in ancient Rome was a privileged political and legal status afforded to freeborn individuals with respect to laws, property, and governance. | Citizens in the Philippines are Filipinos or “Pinoys”...
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  • One Fkew
    Historians that the Philippines is an aborted Nation. Recalling Jose P. Rizal's ideals and principles, discuss contemporary issues in the Philippine society. You may cite historical events as may deem to be appropriate and relevant. The philosophy of a country like the Philippines is made up of the...
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  • Child Labor
    I. Introduction Child labor in the Philippines has been a problem since the early twentieth century. However in 1946 the Philippines claimed its independence from American Rule and became a Republic. This allowed the Philippines to make their own child labor laws. One significant law was the power of...
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