• Japanese and Filipino
    " way of life rather than one in which he can be assertive of his own individuality. Thus, a Westerner will find the Filipino less autonomous and more dependent. This is because of the social concept of the Filipino self-esteem. His concept of self is identified with his family. Right from childhood he...
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  • Filipino Culture
    A Review of the Literature Earnestean Williams COUNS 504 Dr. Thomas, Jimletta Vareene May 14, 2010 Abstract The paper discusses Philippine and Filipino brief history of the life and times of the Filipino people in the Philippines. The values of Filipino culture have changed...
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  • FILIFINO CULTURAL VALUES
    character. The Filipinos are a happy blend of several races, basically Malay with Chinese, Spanish, Indian and American admixtures. Their values and ways of life were shaped by several, sometimes conflicting cultures and the resulting blend is what makes their own uniquely Filipino. In their veins...
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  • Sadasdsadsadsaddsasadsa
    Colonial Mentality in Filipino way: Origin and Effects |Question/s | | |1.What is Colonial Mentality? |=Colonial...
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  • Filipino Immigration
    huge transition from the way life is in the U.S. Coming from a country of seven thousand plus islands and a culture where “…women were considered equal to men,”(1) according to Linda A. Revilla in her article entitled, “Filipino Americans: Historical Review,” Filipino Americans have presently...
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  • values
    several races, basically Malay with Chinese, Spanish, Indian and American admixtures. Their values and ways of life were shaped by several, sometimes conflicting cultures and the resulting blend is what makes their own uniquely Filipino. In their veins run the rich Christian values of Europe, the...
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  • Environment
    testimony to the different ways Filipino gay men are paving their own course in gay identity rather than simply submitting to or assimilating with the present-day status quo. The study, relying mostly on intimate interviews, or what may be more accurately described as semistructured life narratives, was...
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  • Filipino Values
    Filipino Philosophy (1974), Leonardo Mercado, SVD Florentino Timbreza, a cultural philosopher, concludes in his book Pilosopiyang Pilipino (1982) that Filipino values are based on the significance of the world to man. Life experiences dictate the philosophy of the Filipino, augmented by other sources...
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  • World Dance Project: Philippines
    display the love of life and country in the way they displays worship to many parts of the Filipino culture including ceremonial icons and respected individuals throughout the region. Also, the love of life is displayed by the mock-war dance depicting a ridiculous reason to fight and kill for...
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  • Filipino 21st Century
    Catholics. But with their purely conservative culture, the ways of life has been changed so with their values. There are many people nowadays who have forgotten the culture of a true Filipino. Furthermore, many Filipinos nowadays have forgotten the values of a true Filipino like the use of the words “po...
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  • Kkkk
    ultimately on fate. It is a Filipino’s way of avoiding rationalization or good reason. This negative Filipino trait tends to be the cause of laziness by so many people. A lot of poor people resign themselves to the kind of life they have thinking that it is what God meant for them to have and He will...
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  • Communication Problems Between Filipinos and Koreans in the Aspect of Using English as Their Language
    . Objective of the Study To determine what is the main problem of the communication of Koreans to Filipinos and how to solve or overcome this problem are the objectives of the study. One way of overcoming this barrier to language what is the main problem is to using words that most people can understand...
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  • Pliant Like a Bamboo I.V. Mallari
    ofwinning over the Filipinos to their mode of livingand thinking. The Filipino embraced theAmerican way of life more readily than theSpaniard’s vague promise of the hereafter. Then the Japanese came like a storm, like aplague of locusts, like a pestilence –rude, relentless, cruel. The Filipino learned to...
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  • A Filipino's Worth
    instance is poverty. Our country is submerged under the sea of debts and cannot escape from it. Yet, corruption exists and it seems like we can’t escape the fact that some of those we elect promised help during campaigns but turned the other way around when elected. Not only that, the Filipinos of today...
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  • Reflection in Philippine Literature
    pursuit of happiness enlightens the hearts of the Filipinos into the light of a new nation. The rich cultural heritage of our ancestors has thought me a lot of things about the way of life. For instance the alamat The origin of things and events that usually narrates about the genesis of man, the...
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  • Human Trafficking
    workers are often treated with violence, abuse, inhumane living conditions, nonpayment of salaries, and withholding of travel and identity documents this to leaving them with no way out” (“Human trafficking”). Historically, the Philippines have no sustainable jobs to maintain a typical Filipino family...
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  • Sociology
    Enlightenment from which many Filipino revolutionary thinkers and heroes against Spanish regime at the turn of 20th century drew inspiration from, and the Romanticism of the literary, musical and other arts. The impact of Japanese in the Filipino way of life was weak because of the widespread...
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  • My Ideological Learnings
    successful and fulfilling life. Philippine political system has been known to be corrupt and hopeless. Politics is unhealthy and rights are abused. Social justice seems to be a far away dream, and the observance of the law seems ruthless. All Filipinos see it this way and that’s why it’s hard for us to...
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  • A Research on the Influences of Chinese Cultures and Traditions to the Filipino People
    us to and taught us the proper guidelines in doing this research work. * Mr. Jerson Jalani, who taught us the ways to compute Statistics, which we need in computing our survey sheets. * Ms. Marielle Chua, a Filipino-Chinese, who shared her knowledge and ideas about the cultures and...
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  • Youth During the Time of Rizal
    to rule over the Philippines. When the Spaniards first settled in our land, they shared their culture or ways of life, like food to eat and clothes to wear, that’s why some of our traits came from them. On the contrary, they don’t want Filipinos to learn their native language because they are...
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