• Pr Plan on Rizal Park
    old walled city Manila, now called Intramuros. Many significant events about Philippine History happened in this park. Some of these events are the declaration of Philippine Independence from American rule and political rallies in the regime of former President Ferdinand Marcos that led to the famous...
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  • Notes
    took up arms 1905 American forces put down the insurrection U.S. administration more progressive 1934 Congress passed the Philippine Independence Law 10-year transition to sovereignty. WWII broke out and Japan conquered the islands. U.S. forces returned in 1944 and defeated with the help of...
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  • English Research
    implemented the Spanish – American War erupted in 1898. Filipino nationalists proclaimed independence, but following the US victory, Spain ceded Philippines to the United States. ( Microsoft Encarta 2008, 1993 – 1997 Microsoft Corporation) The Spanish rule in the Philippines lasted for nearly 300 years...
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  • Philippine Music
    Group 1, 4M Anupol, Cayabyab, Chua, Luarca, Shimamoto, Torio, Yumol Music, 3rd Term PHILIPPINE MUSIC I. YEAR AND HISTORICAL BACKGROUND Philippine Music is divided into four eras or traditions, namely Ethnic, Spanish Colonial, American Colonial and Contemporary traditions. Majority of...
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  • Factors Affecting English Learning Language Among the Students of St. Mary's Academy
    these dialects, Late West Saxon, eventually became predominant. In 1898, after a mock battle at Manila Bay, Spain ceded the Philippines to the United States, although there was also a bloody but short-lived Philippine-American Revolution, it took a shorter time for the Americans to pacify and befriend...
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  • War on Terrorism
    SUMMARY:- Potential U.S. allies in counterinsurgencies linked to al-Qa'ida frequently suffer from four categories of structural problems: illegitimate (and often repressive) regimes; civil-military tension manifested by fears of a coup; economic backwardness; and discriminatory societies. Because...
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  • A Nation Aborted
    useful. Furthermore, I consider that reconstruction of the history of the American period in the Philippines, as summarized in this essay, also contributes to another trend in Philippine studies, by providing critical reflections on the Marcos regime outside the narrow field of political science.i...
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  • Dogeaters by Jessica Hagedorn
    Dogeaters is Jessica Hagedorn’s first novel. The author returned to her native Philippines in 1988 to write the work, and it was published in 1990 when it received the American Book Award from the Before Columbus Foundation. The novel reflects the eclectic life of its author whose experiences have...
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  • The Current State and Future of Al Qaeda
    The Current State and Future of Al Qaeda United States President Barack Obama announced on May 1, 2011 that “Osama bin Laden, the mastermind of the most devastating attack on American soil in modern times and the most hunted man in the world, was killed in a firefight with the United States...
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  • Sociology
    among age, sex, and occupational groups (Emy Pascasio 1981-80) * Languages and Dialects in the Philippines Because of the multiplicity of languages and dialects, the American educators introduced English as the medium of instruction when they establish the public school system...
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  • Crime Rates
    rights legislation The Department of Justice traces its beginnings at the Revolutionary Assembly in Naic, Cavite on April 17, 1897. The establishment of a regime of law was tasked to Don Severino delas Alas who headed the Department of Grace and Justice. Shortly after the proclamation of Independence...
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  • Economics
    Communities' (EC) legislation, regulations and administrative measures implemented, supplemented and amended the 1993 regime (refer to: Activities of the European Union, Summaries of legislation, Bananas). The common market organisation for bananas consisted of a set of rules aimed at ensuring: - free...
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  • What Is a Government
    under the rule of law and a regime of truth, justice, freedom, love, equality, and peace, do ordain and promulgate this Constitution. ” The Constitution establishes the Philippines as a "democratic and republican State", where "sovereignty resides in the people and all government authority...
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  • Noli Me Tangere
    writer D. Blumentritt says that “Noli me tangere” is in fact the professional nickname used by ophthalmologists (such as Rizal himself) for cancer of the eyelids. Plot summary Having completed his studies in Europe, young Juan Crisostomo Ibarra comes back to his motherland after a 7-year absence...
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  • THE INFLUENCES OF TELENOVELA PROGRAMS OF THE TWO MAJOR TELEVISION NETWORK IN THE PHILIPPINES (ABS-CBN AND GMA NETWORK) AMONG THE FOURTH YEAR STUDENTS OF BETIS HIGH SCHOOL
    control to prevent “Communist” propaganda. All media outlets that were critical of the Marcos regime were shut down. Foreign citizens and corporations were disallowed from owning media outlets in the country. Stewart and the American Broadcasting Corporation, who owned a quarter of the company, was...
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  • The History of Philippine Media
    Professional and Ethical Conduct that sets parameters for journalists and sets the same ethical standards as similar codes for free presses around the world. Summary The Philippines' history in terms of a free press is a checkered past. In the beginning, the news was censored by the Americans...
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  • The History of Cuba
    immediately noticed Fidel's amazing memory, which he used to memorize entire books. At the university, he majored in law studies and became a member of several groups that opposed the Cuban regime, aiding exiles from the Dominican Republic in their political movement.... [tags: essays research...
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  • Expad
    of Butig and the Maranaos began their devastating attacks on other parts of the Philippines, reducing the number of tributes for spain coming from the Visayas and causing a virtual disruption in the economic life of many islands under the Spanish colonial regime. On account of thousands of captives...
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  • Gemma
    posterity the blessings of independence and democracy under the rule of law and a regime of truth,justice,freedom, love,equality, and peace, do ordain and promulgate this constitution. ARTICLE 1(Philippine territory) The national territory comprises the Philippine archipelago, with all the islands...
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  • Special Issues in Agriculture in the Philippines
    -Southeast Asian Research Center for Agriculture (SEARCA), College, Laguna, Philippines. Garrity, D.P. 1993. Sustainable land use system for sloping uplands in SE Asia. In Technologies for Sustainable Agriculture in the Tropics. American Society of Agronomy. Special Publication 56, Madison, Wisconsin, USA...
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