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    of safety, hygiene and sanitation | 3 |   |   | Tc 1 | priciples of tourism | 3 |   |   | lit 1 | survey o world and philippine literature | 3 |   |   | math 1 | business math | 3 |   |   | nat sci 2 | environmental science | 3 |   |   | p.e 1 | introduction to physical activities | 2...
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  • Region 1
    REGION 1 – Beliefs, Culture ,Tradition. Ilokano literature or Iloko literature pertains to the literary works of writers of Ilocano ancestry regardless of the language used - be it Iloko, English, Spanish or other foreign and Philippine languages. The terms "Iloko" and "Ilokano" are different...
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  • My Works
     Master's degree in Harvard University for International Law. In 1956, she married Leonard Casper, a professor emeritus of Boston College who is also a critic of Philippine Literature. They have two daughters and reside in Massachusetts. * The Transparent Sun (short stories), Peso Books, 1963...
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  • Philippine History Matrix
    businessmen in the country. Diosdado Macapagal -  During his presidency, the Philippines enjoyed prosperity and was the second most developed country in the Asian region, next only to Japan and ahead of the future tiger economies of Asia such as Singapore, Taiwan, and Korea. Allowed the...
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  • 100 Significant Events in Philippine History
    known as the Philippine Normal University. 49. Antisedition Law. October 1, 1901. The American colonial government passed Act 292 to quell armed nationalist sentiments during the era. 50. Founding of Union Obrero Democratica. 1902. This first labor federation in the country was established at Teatro...
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    Virgilio Almario (Mayo 1, 1971) Literature as a potent form of self-expression played a crucial role in human rights advocacy during the years immediately preceding the proclamation of martial law, awakening the people to the prevailing abuses which were ascribed to both internal (local/national) and...
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  • Asimcf23
    with Bernabe Buscayno’s Huk army to form the New People’s Army (NPA). With the rising incidence of violence in the country, President Marcos signed Proclamation 1081 on September 21, 1972 placing the Philippines under Martial Law. The years of living dangerously tormented underground art movements...
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  • Literary Development
    were baptized. A. SPANISH INFLUENCES ON PHILIPPINE LITERATURE 1. The first Filipino alphabet called ALIBATA was replaced by the Roman alphabet. 2. The teaching of the Christian Doctrine became the basis of religious practices. 3. The Spanish language which became the literary language during...
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  • Organizational Behavipr
    ] Cristobal was among the intellectuals enticed by Ferdinand Marcos to join his administration. During martial law, he headed the speech-writing office of the Office of the President. He was later appointed as the Chairman of the Social Security System and a member of the Board of Regents of the...
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  • History of the Philippines
    1950s and 1960s, the Philippines in the late 1960s and early 1970s saw a rise of student activism and civil unrest against President Ferdinand Marcos who declared martial law in 1972.[5][not in citation given] The peaceful and bloodless People Power Revolution of 1986, however, brought about the...
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  • Nationalism and Language Use
    . In 1980, Andrew Gonzalez, FSC, wrote: During the period of activism from 1962 to 1972, the use of English was suddenly suspended by the declaration of Martial Law, one of the topics which the students constantly referred to was‘miseducation ’, as...
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  • jose rizal humanities
    , anthropology, sociology, dramatics, martial arts, fencing and pistol shooting. He was also a Freemason, joining Acacia Lodge No. 9 during his time in Spain and becoming a Master Mason in 1884. Relationship with Josephine Bracken In February 1895, Rizal, 33, became acquainted with an Irish woman from Hong...
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  • Philippine Lit.2
    Spanish literature written by Filipinos. • 10. American Philippine literary production during the American Period in the Philippines was spurred by two significant developments in education and culture. One is the introduction of free public instruction for all children of school age and two, the...
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    Periodo The flowering of Philippine literature in the various languages continue especially with the appearance of new publications after the Martial Law years and the resurgence of committed literature in the 1960s and the 1970s 16. The Contemporary Periodo With the requirement by the Commission on...
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  • Branches of Biology
    end of the Spanish colonial era. This measure was at the vanguard of contemporary Asian countries, and led to an important class of educated natives, like Jose Rizal. Ironically, it was during the initial years of American occupation in the early 20th century, that Spanish literature and press...
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  • History
    considered as one of the masterpieces of Philippine literature. Balagtas wrote the epic during his imprisonment. The work itself is dedicated to María Asuncion Rivera, his sweetheart, whom he nicknamed "M. A. R." and is referenced to as "Selya" in the dedication "Kay Selya" ("For Celia"). | | 06/19...
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  • 6 Path of Peace
    , PhilippinesDURING the Martial Law years, President Ferdinand Marcos (PFM) sent a delegation to Tripoli, Libya, to persuade Muammar Khadafy, the Libyan leader, to intercede for the settlement of the Government Republic of the Philippines (GRP) and the Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF) armed conflict...
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  • Lea Salonga
    returned to the Philippines and enrolled in a Manila law school. While at law school she met her future husband, Benigno Aquino and married him in 1954. The marriage united two of Tarlac's most prominent families. Contribution Following her husband's assassination in 1983, Aquino became active...
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  • Period of Activism
    toscholars and researchers the giving of credit where credit is due. A. THE SEED OF ACTIVISM The seeds of activism resulted in the declaration of Martial Law in 1972. We can, however, say that he seeds were earlier sown from the times of Lapu-lapu, Lakandula, and Rizal. The revolution against the...
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  • Masculinity in the Philippines
    , Jessica and Anson Rabinbach. 1989. Foreword to Malefantasies: Male bodies; psychoanalyzing the white terror by Klaus Theweleit. Minneapolis: University of Minneapolis. Berlin, Donald L. 1982. Prelude to Martial Law: An examination of pre-1972 Philippine civil-military relations. Ph.D. diss...
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