• The Effects of Divorce on Children
    parental separation indicates a process, than single event, that merits careful examination. An understanding of process is crucial if ways are to be found of optimizing the chances that the children experiencing the separation of their parents will emerge relatively unharmed. Most people think...
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  • 9 Reasons Why I Oppose the Rh Bill (Hb 5043): in Simple Language
    ) at an eight day hearing of the US Senate, human life begins at fertilization, that is, when the sperm penetrates the egg.[1][2] Contraceptives, like pills[3] and IUD’[4] often work by ejecting a newly fertilized ovum or a newly formed human being.[5] .The Philippine Medical Association (PMA), the...
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  • Tenchavez vs Escano
    children. She acquired American citizenship on 8/8/58. On 7/30/55, PT filed a complaint 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...
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  • Sex Education
    Overview of the Study This study will examine the different responses of parents in relation to the inclusion of sex education the Basic Education Curriculum of the Philippines. To answer have a better understanding if such may help to minimize the growing number of premarital sex...
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    accepted another suitor, Joseling Lao. Her love for Pastor returned and pleaded for his return, they reconciled and Vicenta planned to elope. The parents of Vicenta learned about this and waited for her to finish classes to be taken home. She admitted that she was already married to Pastor, to her...
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  • Teenage Pregnancy in the Philippines
    as single parents. To those who continue to live or get married to their ‘baby-daddy’, this is likely to be the start of a pattern of repeated child bearing. Attaining a low education status means it much harder for the parent to find a job that would pay enough money to suit her needs and the child...
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  • Software Developer
    of procreation ● Extended family – relatives ● Married and unmarried children are still living with their parents ● polygamous marriage ➢ First, second, third (and so on) nuclear family are united under a single family group ❖ On descent...
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  • the essay
    Tags (as redirected by the RDC) CURRICULUM VITAE I am John Paulo L. Alabastro born on March 30,1994.19 yrs old,Bulacan. Im single, Male, Filipino. Residing at #395 San Jose Patag Sta. Maria Bulacan. My parents are Mario S. Alabastro and Melanie L. Alabastro. I graduated in St. Joseph College...
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  • The Socio-Economic Factors Affecting the Decision of Ofw Family Members of Upv Students to Work Abroad
    shows that 30 out of 35 respondents had parents who were working in the Philippines before getting a job abroad. This indicates that one factor for migrating abroad is the search for better job opportunities and better income. On the other hand, only 5 out of 35 respondents had parents did not...
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  • Pamper Imc Research
    .  Investment  in  distribution  to  smaller  retailers  and  the   availability  of  single  packs  also  assisted  Procter  &  Gamble  Philippines  Inc  in  improving  its   sales  despite  the  economic  slowdown...
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  • Rh Bill
    Philippines RH Act: Rx for controversy The Responsible Parenthood and Reproductive Health Act of 2012 New law threatens some objectors with fines and imprisonment Updating The RH Bill of 2011 January, 2013 ------------------------------------------------- Sean Murphy* Commonly known as the...
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  • Juveniles
    the parent-child relationship. Children brought up by lone parents are more likely to start offending than those who live with two natural parents. It is also more likely that children of single parents may live in poverty, which is strongly associated with juvenile delinquency. However once the...
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  • Diversity
    moved quite a lot 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...
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  • Intoduction
    , (single / married / widow), and with residence at _____________, Philippines, after being duly sworn to in accordance with law, hereby depose and state: That I am a duly-licensed driver in accordance with pertinent Land Transportation laws, rules and regulations, and was issued a corresponding...
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  • English
    with both parents. Still, most children suffer from declining father involvement after divorce. National surveys indicate that more than one-fourth of children living in single-mother families never saw their fathers in the previous year, slightly more than one-fourth saw their fathers at least...
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  • Divorce Bill in the Philippines
    1. The vast majority of children who are raised in a two-parent home will never be poor during childhood. By contrast, the vast majority of children who spend time in a single-parent home will experience poverty. 2. Children from female-headed homes are five times as likely to be poor as...
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  • The Implementation of the K+12 Systems in the Philippines
    +12 might be allotted for the college education. EFFECTIVENESS OF K+12 IN THE PHILIPPINES The Filipino students would work hard to repay the hardships of their parents. Some of them are angry about the K+12 systems, because it may add additional years to their high school life and it will take...
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  • A Revised Essay About Courtship
    well.  In the Philippines, if a man wants to be taken seriously by a woman, he has to visit the latter's family and introduce himself formally to the parents of the girl. It is rather inappropriate to court a woman and formalize the relationship without informing the parents of the girl. It is...
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  • Essays
    ’ Conference (CBCP) in a forum on migration.  The mass migration of Filipinos abroad leaves families broken. Family structures are changing with more single-parent families and households being headed by the older children of OFWs.  "The negative impacts (of migration) are not being considered...
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  • Thesis Solo Parenting
    . Violators of said bill will face fines of up to P200,000 and jail term of not less than one year. Republic Act No. 8972 or the “Solo Parents’ Welfare Act of 2000”is the Philippine law on single parents. It was promulgated on November 7, 2000. The law provides comprehensive program of...
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