• Philippine Presidents
    the nation’s banking activities. 2. Philippine Rehabilitation Finance Corporation. Responsible for the construction of 12,000 houses and for the grant of easy-term loans in the amount of P177, 000,000. C. Socio Cultural 1. Philippine Rehabilitation Act. To...
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  • Case Study in Baguio
    generate positive impacts as it can serve as a supportive force for peace, foster pride in cultural traditions and help avoid urban relocation by creating local jobs. As often happens when different cultures meet, socio-cultural impacts are ambiguous: the same objectively described impacts are seen...
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  • Are You in or Out?: a Study of Ilonggos` Attitude Towards Going Abroad
    regarding Philippine economic, political and socio-cultural conditions. The hypotheses are: Ho: Ilonggos’ response towards going abroad is not associated to determinants such as sex, civil status, age, educational attainment, work status, employment status, occupation, monthly income, number of...
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  • aetas
    resource for human pleasure (Gary, 1991; Hollinshead, 1992). Given the importance of the environment to the indigenous people, any changes in the environment, have significance on the practice of the indigenous tourism (Gardner and Nelson, 1988). Host- Guest Relationshop and the Socio-Cultural...
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  • Philippines: Mining and Its Impacts to Indigenous Communities
    security * Dislocation of settlements, villages and weakening of socio-cultural systems * Destruction of bio-diversity, pollution, and degradation of the environment * Loss of traditional knowledge & systems of resource management A concrete example of the above mentioned violations to the...
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  • Pest National
    of a state, levied by force of law) be paid on it, which according to the Florence Agreement – a UN treaty that was signed by the Philippines in 1952 – wasn’t necessary because the agreement guarantees the free flow of “educational, scientific, and cultural materials” which in that case of Twilight...
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  • Healthy Competition
    Mayor Herbert M Bautista is also an alumnus of the National Defense College of the Philippines where he obtained his Masters degree holder in National Security Administration. He is working towards his Doctorate degree in Public Administration and Governance from the UP-NCPAG. Active in socio-civic...
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  • Marketing
    Analysis of Jollibee Foods Corporation 5 Introduction to Jollibee Foods Corporation 5 Political Factor 6 Economic Environment 6 Socio-Cultural Environment 7 Technological Environment 7 Ecological Environment 7 Legal Environment 8 References 9 Introduction of Business Environment...
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  • Social Change
    notion of social progress or socio-cultural evolution, the philosophical idea that society moves forward by dialectical or evolutionary means. It may refer to a paradigmatic change in the socio-economic structure, for instance a shift away from feudalism and towards capitalism. Accordingly it may...
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  • Marketing Environment
    and socially responsible actions. 2. Economy -The factors affecting consumer purchasing power and spending pattern. It includes labor force, spending pattern, family income and expenditure, wage and salary, and socio economic class. 3. Socio- Cultural environment -This is made up of...
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  • Coe Curriculum
    individual & social & cultural forces. Walking-through Philippine landscape architecture through sciences and arts 3 None CAL CW 10 Creative Writing for Beginners 3 None CAL, UPEPP CAL Eng 1b Eng 10c Basic College English College English 3 3 None None CAL Eng 11...
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  • Country Comparision for Exportation, Philipenes and Vietnam
    fleece; the Philippines and Vietnam. An examination of the economic, cultural and socio-political factors suggests the Vietnam is the more suitable Country in which to export. Wool-Works plans to enter the Vietnamese textile industry buy exporting its goods through joint venture with a large...
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  • Love and Be Loved
    affects the citizenry at the local and national levels. The socio-economic and political inequities prevalent in Philippine society limit public office to members of ruling families. In many instances, voters, for convenience and out of cultural mindset look up to these ruling families as dispensers of...
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  • Conformity Research
    | ✔ | | | 25 | ✔ | | | 26 | ✔ | | | 27 | ✔ | ✔ | | 28 | ✔ | ✔ | ✔ | 29 | | ✔ | | 30 | | ✔ | ✔ | total | 19 | 15 | 8 | Discussion The experimenter try to identify conformity based on filipino socio cultural values. When we say socio cultural, we refer to a force within cultures...
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  • Asean
    organization's leaders set up three "pillars" of governance in 2003: ASEAN Security, ASEAN Economic Community, and ASEAN Socio-cultural Community. At present, the group's foremost economic concern is to make the region a competitive force on the global stage. It proposes to do this by launching the region as...
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  • Organizations Around the World: ASEAN
    is comprised of three pillars, namely the ASEAN Political-Security Community, ASEAN Economic Community and ASEAN Socio-Cultural Community. Each pillar has its own Blueprint, and, together with the Initiative for ASEAN Integration (IAI) Strategic Framework and IAI Work Plan Phase II (2009-2015), they...
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  • Cultural Awareness in an Asymmetric Environment
    the insurgency exploiting our cultural ignorance. Argument Just as a college football coach studies the footage of their opponent’s previous games; we need to study the norms, interests, relationships and socio-political patterns of our operating environment. In the last decade, we have taken...
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  • ASEAN
    Community by 2015. The ASEAN Community is comprised of three pillars, namely the ASEAN Political-Security Community, ASEAN Economic Community and ASEAN Socio-Cultural Community. Each pillar has its own Blueprint, and, together with the Initiative for ASEAN Integration (IAI) Strategic Framework and...
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  • BONES
    domestic or internal challenges to the existing political and socio-economic order. In its external aspects, national security is concerned with safeguarding the state against outside or foreign forces, pressures, or influence designed to conquer it or undermine its sovereignty, or placing...
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  • Economics- Asean
    Community and ASEAN Socio-Cultural Community. ASEAN SECURITY COMMUNITY To build on what has been constructed over the years in the field of political and security cooperation, the ASEAN Leaders have agreed to establish the ASEAN Security Community (ASC).  The ASC shall aim to ensure that...
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