• Thesis Solo Parenting
    Solo Parents: Aquino gov’t should implement RA 8972 by Lorela Sandoval. Published on August 25, 2012 Although long been passed in year 2000, the Solo Parents’ Welfare Act of 2000 or Republic Act 8972 has yet to be completely implemented by the national and local governments, according to Carina Javier...
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  • Philippines Baby Food & Pediatric Nutrition Market
    Transparency Market Research Philippines Baby Food & Pediatric Nutrition Market - Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast 2013 – 2019 Single User License: USD 4595 Multi User License: USD 7595 Corporate User License: USD 10595 Published Date 28...
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  • Pids
    PHILIPPINE INSTITUTE FOR DEVELOPMENT STUDIES Surian sa mga Pag-aaral Pangkaunlaran ng Pilipinas Policy Notes June 2003 No. 2003-03 must state clearly what its position is with respect to these alternatives and then forge a stable consensus on the path to be taken.1 Lack of Consensus Characterizes...
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  • Teenage Pregnancy in the Philippines
    In the year 2013, the total count of the population in the Philippines adds up to 105.72 million, which makes the country the twelfth most populated nation in the world, such a huge number for a relatively small country. In addition to that, over the past ten years, the number of Filipinas who got pregnant...
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  • Software Developer
    sociology and modern study of sociology ° Evolution of sociology in the Philippines ❖ Started in 1896 when the first course was offered by Father Valentine Marin at UST ❖ 1911, the University of the Philippines offered the first organized course in sociology, taught by Professor A...
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  • The Effects of Divorce on Children
    regarding this information. It’s therefore important to keep divorce in perspective. This study provides an overview on some effects of having separated parent to their children. Two of the strongest and most widely held beliefs about contemporary family life are that marriage should be a lifelong commitment...
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  • the essay
    Our Lady of Fatima University Research & Development Center Valenzuela, Quezon City, Antipolo Philippines DATE SUBMITTED SIGNATURE OF THE PROPONENT August 31, 2013 Research Proposal Capsule Proponent Alabastro Capulong Mendoza Sombra Soyangco John Paulo Joelyn Maria Bernadette...
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  • Tenchavez vs Escano
    for legal separation and damages against VE and her parents in the CFI-Cebu. HELD: At the time the divorce decree was issued, VE like her husband, was still a Filipino citizen. She was then subject to Philippine law u nder Art. 15, NCC. Philippine law, under the NCC then now in force, does not admit...
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  • Research Paper
    Research Title Teenage Crimes in the Philippines |Paper presented at the 14th World Congress of Sociology, Working Group 3 / Sociology of Childhood at Montreal Canada on | |July 26 - August 1, 1998. Mr. Gerardo Sandoval is Senior Survey Research Specialist of Social Weather Stations (SWS), Dr...
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  • Sex Education
    them we would not be in this University and in the place where we now standing. Finally we extend our thanks to our family, especially to our parents for their undying support since birth until now in college up to the following seasons and for financial assistance though there were times that we...
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  • English
    legalising the divorce and leaving Philippines as the only country apart from the Vatican City in the world that continues to ban the practice. A divorce or legal dissolution of a marriage is the ending of a valid marriage between a man and a woman returning both parties to single status with the ability to...
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  • Juveniles
    violent crimes. Risk factors The two largest predictors of juvenile delinquency are parenting style, particularly low parental monitoring, meaning parents don’t know for one reason or another what the child is doing and the child is often unsupervised, and peer groups, particularly associating with antisocial...
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  • Diversity
    of times, but the biggest move was when I was very young. I had to move from the Philippines to New York with my mother and twin sister. We left my father and younger brother behind. I grew up primarily with a single parent. Our family faced many struggles. Since we moved from another country, we had...
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  • Rh Bill's Implication
    population-control-to-eradicate-poverty. This version3 refers to reproductive health per se. The Philippines, according to this Bill, needs a law on reproductive health. By implication, it says that the Philippines does not have any law that addresses the reproductive health needs, an implication that is incorrect...
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  • 9 Reasons Why I Oppose the Rh Bill (Hb 5043): in Simple Language
    ejecting a newly fertilized ovum or a newly formed human being.[5] .The Philippine Medical Association (PMA), the biggest organization of medical practitioners in the Philippines, through its specialty society the Philippine Obstetrical and Gynecological Society represented by its President Dr. Sylvia...
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  • The asd oasfioa
    These problems can lead a family to separate. When the family can’t handle the problems they will separate, or get divorced. But here in the Philippines they don’t allow divorce. Instead they use annulment. Annulment is a legal procedure for declaring a marriage to be null and void. Annulment is different...
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  • Research Paper for Sociology
    org EAST-WEST CENTER WORKING PAPERS Population Series No. 108-14, November 2001 Sex and Marriage: How Closely are they Related in the Philippines, Taiwan, and Thailand Minja Kim Choe, Hui-Sheng Lin, Chai Podhisita, and Corazon Raymundo Minja Kim Choe is a Senior Fellow with the East-West...
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  • foodcart
    business model in which many different owners share a single brand name. A parent company allows entrepreneurs to use the company's strategies and trademarks; in exchange, the franchisee pays an initial fee and royalties based on revenues. The parent company also provides the franchisee with support, including...
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  • Essays
    1. What are the present problems that adolescents are faced with? Article 1. Teen pregnancies in the Philippines  Filipino teens get a higher exposure to sex from the Internet, magazines, TV shows, movies and other media than decades ago, yet without any corresponding increase in information on how...
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  • The Socio-Economic Factors Affecting the Decision of Ofw Family Members of Upv Students to Work Abroad
    students to work abroad. A survey was conducted among UPV-CAS students with parents working abroad. This was done through the use of questionnaires which included questions regarding the age, sex, educational attainment of the parents, as well as family income and family size. The results showed that among...
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