• Ra 9246
    and resident of the Philippines; possess a good reputation and moral character; be holders of valid Certificate of Registration/professional license and a valid Professional Identification Card issued by the Commission; and have at least 10 years library practice, five (5) years of which is in an...
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  • Death Penalty
    cumulatively shaped the development of civil society. Although in the Philippines attempts were made to blur class lines on issues such as capital punishment, the level of political action and influence simply depends on the relative control of those who have property. Since property is a political...
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  • Chapter Notes
    after. Treaty of Paris Spain, U.S. sign armistice August 1898; meet in Paris to make treaty. Spain frees Cuba; hands Guam, Puerto Rico to U.S.; sells Philippines. Treaty of Paris touches off great debate over imperialism. McKinley tries to justify annexation of Philippines on moral grounds...
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  • Barber Shops
    with hostile or otherwise "un-Americanized" peoples.16 From a historiographic standpoint, the American military's involvement in the Philippines provides an instructive example of how the U.S. military flexed its muscle to secure stability where the moral dimensions of its mission held secondary...
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  • Guidance Act of 2004
    citizen of the Republic of the Philippines ; (b)     Be a resident of the country for at least five(5) years immediately prior to his/her appointment ; (c)     Be of good moral character and must not have been convicted of any crime involving moral turpitude; (d)     Be a...
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  • Rh Bill
    Sunday night. Roman Catholic Bishop Teodoro Bacani said House Bill 4244 "ignored" the moral dimension of the RH issue by endorsing the use of modern birth control methods such as condoms and pills. "Ang nakakalungkot sa bill na ito ay hindi nito binibigyang pansin ang moralidad," he said...
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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”
    youth in nation-building and shall promote and protect their physical, moral, spiritual, intellectual, and social well-being. Apart from the Constitution, the Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC) compels the Philippines as a State Party to respect, fulfill, and protect the best interests of the...
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  • Analysis of Rural Philipinnes and Poverty
    together at the poorest of conditions with no ample space to breathe and thrive as we do here in the United States. The image in itself speaks to ethos as it commands from the audience their moral attention to the issue of poverty. Poverty is a universal problem, but the poverty in...
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  • The Choice to Rh Bill
    propaganda, and not an ethical nor moral one. Finally, on the issue of killing an embryo by using pills, the Philippine Medical Association stated that before the fourteenth day of embryonic development, there is still only potential person and no human individual. Therefore, one’s soul will only...
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  • Literary Criticisms
    looks at traditional meanings in literature. It uses clues such as symbols and images. * Empowerment – This type of criticism concerns the portrayal of social biases toward specific groups and forces readers to understand thematic content since many biases deal with issues such as independence...
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  • Legal Medicine (Notes)
    existing laws permit citizens of the Philippines to practice medicine under the same rules and regulations governing citizens thereof; he shall be of good moral character; he shall be of sound mind; he shall not have been convicted by a court of competent jurisdiction of any offense involving moral...
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  • Ethicality of Gun Ownership for Civilians in the Philippines
    thought, utilitarian ethics will be best suited in analyzing the ethicality of gun ownership of non-commissioned citizens. To focus on the moral status of owning a gun we need to consider two important points related to the issue. First, owning gun may not be a constitutional right (Macaraig, 2010...
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  • Rh Bill Agree or Disagree
    the circumstances of having pre-marital sex and how it would affect them physically, emotionally and mentally. Moral support does not only come from the parents but from the church as well. I believe that one of the ways that we can contribute to the population control to prevent related issues is...
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  • Abirtion
    Abortion is a controversial issue but it should be discussed because it is happening, and ismore widespread than we care to admit. If we truly care about life, then we must understandwhat is going on (Tan 2008). Ideally, pregnancy is a wanted and happy event for women, their partners and their...
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  • Us at the Turn of the Century
    order but also spreading superior values and institutions. Taking on the “white man’s burden,” civilized nations sometimes had to wage war on the uncivilized, as the British did against the Boers and the Americans did in the Philippines. 3. Discuss the issue of imperialism as a factor of the...
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  • vdslmgbx
    more HomeForumNews and Public AffairsLocal and Foreign Issues Should Abortion Be Legalized In The Philippines?Page 1 of 512...NextLastLastResults 1 to 20 of 85 Reply to Thread Thread Tools Nov 2, 2010 11:19 PM #1 inasmay inasmay is offline Member inasmay's Avatar Join Date Nov...
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  • Child Labour
    and privileges have stimulated a sounding call for an immense public awareness and a prolific action on the child labor issue. Child labor is a “long standing problem” (ILO 1993: 26), that has been rapidly creaping from the midst of economic, social, and moral crisis. Hence, this papers generally...
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  • Rh Bill
    duty of the State to address the reproductive health needs especially of women and children, deemed the most vulnerable constituents of poor nations. This moral thinking is not only the coat of arms of the Bill proponents. The CBCP (Catholic Bishops Conference of the Philippines) moral stance remains...
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  • Of Morality and Spirituality
    The moral sacred Philippines started from a dream, and now that it continues to progress it can be one good evidence that as long as someone believes in an idea, it can be possible. As long as its aim is for the goodness of the citizens, it can be a reality. This concept does not want to create a...
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  • Me Law
    Philippines; c. To administer oaths in connection with the successful examinees entering the practice of Mechanical Engineering; d. To issue the certificate of registration to successful examinees; e. To issue, suspend and/or revoke, after due process certificates of registration and issue...
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