Pakikipagkapwa Essays and Term Papers

  • pakikipagkapwatao by francis beldia

    The Filipino Value of Pakikipagkapwa-Tao in the Light of Edith Stein’s Empathy Sem. Francis Anthony Beldia Rogationist Seminary College- Cebu, Cebu City, Philippines ynocis3@gmail.com Introduction On this paper, I will talk about the Filipino value of Pakikipagkapwa-tao and interpret it in...

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  • Human Behavior

    traits and show the strengths of the Filipino character: Katapatan and Pakikipagkapwa-tao. The other two seem to hinder the advancement of the Filipinos. These are the "Bahala na" attitude and the "Kanya-kanya" syndrome. Pakikipagkapwa-tao and Family Orientation: This indigenous Filipino trait is the regard...

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  • Nstp

    motivated and to be exposed to the appropriate climate so that we can graduate from self-centeredness to that of other centeredness (pakikipagkapwa-tao). Pakikipagkapwa-tao It is a trait that is basically manifested in one’s sense of concern for others and in being just and fair. It springs from our...

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  • Roots of Filipino Character

    Reciprocity/ Debt of Gratitude – Portrays our true identity based on concern and response to others especially in our practice of pagpapakatao and pakikipagkapwa –tao. 5.Bukas-loob na Pagtanggap or Hospitality – It is a welcoming attitude which is a strong Filipino trait where they open their hearts to...

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  • Filipino Values and Entrepreneuship

    FILIPINO VALUES AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP FILIPINO VALUES FAVOURABLE TO ENTREPRENEURSHIP 1.      Pakikipagkapwa tao There are many ways in making our cultural values favorable to entrepreneurship. Pakikipagkapwa tao (human relations) which covers our concern for hiya (loss of face), pakikisama (togetherness)...

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  • Roots of the Filipino Character

    Reciprocity/ Debt of Gratitude – Portrays our true identity based on concern and response to others especially in our practice of pagpapakatao and pakikipagkapwa –tao. 5.Bukas-loob na Pagtanggap or Hospitality – It is a welcoming attitude which is a strong Filipino trait where they open their hearts to...

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  • Going Against the Stream…. a Narrative of Being and Becoming…..

    unlike the two previous stages, there is no limit or limitation to the degree of connectivity as it continue to search and cultivate a sense of pakikipagkapwa-tao in a spirit of creativity.  Filipino culture places a high value on social interactions, such as providing familial support in both social...

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  • Pakikisama

    (kaugnayan). Dalawang ng label worsts na ang mga Pilipino ay makatanggap walang pakisama (kawalan ng kakayahan upang makakuha ng kasama) at walang pakikipagkapwa tao (kawalan ng kakayahan na may kaugnayan). Gayunman, ang mga Pilipino ay able sa maiwasan ang mga ito sa lahat ng gastos.         Pilipino din...

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  • Education

    natutuhan batay sa obhektibong pamantayan ng moral na pamumuhay Ang Etikal at moral na pag-uugali ay nakikita sa pangangasiwa ng sarili, pakikipagkapwa tao, pakikipag-ugnayan sa bansa / daigdig at Diyos;ito ay nakikita sa natural na resulta ng pamumuhay na ayon sa pagpapahalagang pantao. ...

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  • Filipino Value

    holds sacred can differ on the basis of religion, upbringing and other factors. There are several strengths that Filipinos are known for namely Pakikipagkapwa-Tao. This strength can be fully exemplified by means of valuing the meaning of relationship they create as they open up for some space for individual...

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  • Philippine Corruption

    conflict is highlighted in the use of the alibi of a gift giving culture to justify bribery and extortion, or the Filipino regard for the other (pakikipagkapwa-tao) to justify giving benefits to unqualified but personally known recipients. This is a real problem, but it can be overblown. For instance,...

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  • Group Dynamics

    29th Psychological Association of the Philippines annual convention, she gave briefly the dynamics of strengths and weaknesses of Filipinos. 1. Pakikipagkapwa- Tao – Pakikisama, pakikiramay, bayanihan – sensitiveness of Filipino to help could be the source also of weaknesses – tendency to be subjective...

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  • Humanities

    traits and show the strengths of the Filipino character: Katapatan and Pakikipagkapwa-tao. The other two seem to hinder the advancement of the Filipinos. These are the "Bahala na" attitude and the "Kanya-kanya" syndrome. Pakikipagkapwa-tao and Family Orientation: This indigenous Filipino trait is the regard...

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  • English 7

    life. The study will also find out the Filipino values portrayed in the abovementioned commercials. These values are the identified as follows: pakikipagkapwa-tao, family orientation, joy and humor, hardwork and industry, faith and religiosity, flexibility, and creativity. Population and Locale of...

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  • Peace in Mindanao

    easily be gain but you work for it. As the saying goes “hastes makes wastes”. Filipinos do have strength in characters as well. One of that is the pakikipagkapwa-tao where Filipinos are open to others and fell one with others. We regard others with dignity, respect and deal with them as fellow human beings...

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  • Why Is the Filipino Special?

    theirs into ours that we all become parts of one another. We place a lot of premium on pakikisama (getting along) and pakikipagkapwa (relating). Two of the worst labels, walang pakikipagkapwa (inability to relate), will be avoided by the Filipino at almost any cost. We love to blend and harmonize with people...

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  • Understanding Filipino Psychology: a Thought Paper

    generation to generation. Cultural values that are very Filipino in nature such as “ Bahala Na ”, “ Utang na Loob ”, “ Hiya ”, “ Palusot “ and “ Pakikipagkapwa ” are very known to all of us and might be even practiced by some of us. The concept of “ Bahala Na ” or the attitude of resigning and withdrawing...

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  • Philippines

    person orientation out devotion to family, our sense of joy and humour as part of our culture and reinforce Strengths of the Filipino Charter Pakikipagkapwa-tao is demonstrated in the Filipino’s ability to emphasize with other, in helpfulness and generosity, in times of need (pakikiramay), in the practice...

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  • Filipino Values

    lowland rural family but also of what Fr. Horacio de la Costa, S.J. calls the Filipino "nationalistic" tradition(pagsasarili,pagkakaisa,pakikisama, pakikipagkapwa-tao, and pagkabayani.) A Filipino value or disvalue does not exist alone, in isolation or in a vacuum. Filipino values like bahala na, utang na...

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  • Broken Family Survey Questionnaire

    not?) ______________________________________________ 18. Since you are from a broken family, do you think you’ll have a negative camaraderie (pakikipagkapwa – tao)? [pic] Yes (why?) [pic] No (why not?) 19. Are you still hoping that your parents can work it out the relationship they never had before...

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