• Epic Aliguyon
    The Epic ALiguyon or Prowess of Aliguyon came from the region of Ifugao’s and Igorot’s The author of this Prowess of Aliguyon is Amador T. Daguio. The book was retold by F. Landa Jocano It is also known as Hud-Hud epic poetry. The Hud-hud epic poetry tells about the lives of native Ifugao...
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  • Phil Legends
    happiness. And the sea withdrew from the land and gave the lowlands to the people. THE PROWESS OF ALIGUYON Retold by: F. Landa Jocano (Ifugao, Visayas) Long ago in Hannanga there lived a rich couple, Amtulao and Dumulao. They owned the longest and widest of the rice terraces that covered...
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  • Labaw Donggon Analysis
    . Anthropologist Dr. F. Landa Jocano recorded a version of the epic from the inhabitants of Central Panay. This is how the story goes: When the goddess of the eastern sky Alunsina (also known as Laun Sina, "The Unmarried One") reached maidenhood, the king of the gods, Kaptan, decreed that she should...
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  • Labaw Donggon: Propagating Sulod Society
    al, eds. Lungsod ng Quezon: Komite ng Kultura at Kabatiran ng Asean, 1984. CCP Encyclopedia of the Arts. Vols. 1 and 2. Manila: Cultural Center of the Philippines, 1994. Jocano, F. Landa, rec. & trans. Hinilawod: Adventures of Humadapnon (Tarangban I). Manila: PUNLAD Research House, 2000...
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  • Early Filipino people
    Maritime Migration Theory by Wilhelm Solheim Core Population Theory by F. Landa Jocano Waves of Migration First that came: “Dawn Men” Also known as Peking Man Second that came: “Negritos or Aetas” Short, Fat, Curly hair-ed, dark-skinned Traveled in land bridges Third that came: “Indones” Came...
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  • Globalization
    : Ateneo de Manila Press, 1998). 17 F. Landa Jocano, Filipino Prehistory: Rediscovering Precolonial Heritage (Metro Manila: Punlad Research House, 2000), p. 37. 206 almost succeeded in replacing Filipino native cultures.18 This prompted one American writer to describe Filipino culture as a...
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  • Jsxgsdks
    , Carl Guthe, Henry | | |Otley Beyer, Robert Bradford Fox, Wilhelm Solheim II at William Henry Scott. Pagkaraán ng panahón, tinulungan silá nina F. Landa Jocano, | | |Eusebio Dizon at ibá pang Pilipinong nag-aghám...
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  • Hello
    metaphor / the recurring or controlling image UNIT 2 IMAGING THE FILIPINO WOMAN TUNGKUNG LANGIT AND ALUNSINA (Visayan Folktale) Adapted by F. Landa Jocano Characters: *Tungkung Langit - God - “Pillar of the Sky” - industrious, loving and kind. *Alunsina - God -“ Unmarried one...
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  • My Homeworks
    EPIC PROWESS ALIGUYON Long ago in Hannanga there lived a rich couple, Amtulao and Dumulao. They owned the longest and widest of the rice terraces that covered the mountainsides, and their harvests were the most plentiful. Their thatched house, large enough to contain three of their neighbors...
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  • Lesson Plan
    . Paksang-aralin: 1. Mga Teorya 2. Mga Katangian ng Kultura ng Sinaunang Pamayanan at Sinaunang Paniniwala at Kaugalian a. Mga alamat b. Ayon sa Bibliya c. Teorya ng Pandarayuhan d. Teorya ng Ebolusyon ni Landa Jocano e. Batayang Siyentipiko Mga Kagamitan Batayang aklat, mga pahina 46-58 Mga...
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  • The Philippines
    the head of state and the head of the government within a pluriform multi-party system” (123independenceday.com). Economic transformation continues to change the concept of traditional family by social changes. According to Paz Policarpio Mendez and F. Landa Jocano (1974), “the traditional Filipino...
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  • Filipino values
    values F. Landa Jocano identified two models of the Filipino value system. The first is the exogenous model or the foreign model, while the second is the indigenous model or the traditional model. The foreign model is described to be a "legal and formal" model, while the indigenous model is described...
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  • Am Looking the Right Soul Mate, Until the Rest of My Life
    . * Fossils and Artifacts preserved in the national museum in Manila. * According to Dr. Robert Fox, during the middle Pleistocene period 4 to 5 hundred thousand years ago. F Landa Jocano found that, in associator with instinct types of animals. * The most significant finding of the Tabon Skull in...
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  • History
    migration from the Aetas, Indonesians and the Malays. The Core Population Theory claims that even before the migration of such races, there were already inhabitants with in the Philippines. The proponent of the Core Population Theory is F. Landa Jocano, a Professor Emeritus or retired professor of...
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  • Pre-Historic Eras and Theories on Philippine Human History
    Theory Another alternative model is that asserted by anthropologist F. Landa Jocano of the University of the Philippines, who in 2001 contended that the existing fossil evidence of ancient humans demonstrates that they not only migrated to the Philippines, but also to New Guinea, Borneo, and Australia...
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  • Filipino Values
    , ethical practices, etiquette, and cultural and personal values that are promoted by their society. Models of the Filipino values F. Landa Jocano identified two models of the Filipino value system. The first is the exogenous model or the foreign model, while the second is the indigenous model or the...
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  • Haha
    , the text by Dr. F. Landa Jocano and translated by Rosella Jean Makasian-Puno; Agyu or Olahing orUlahingan of the Manobos, composite text by Patricia Melendres Cruz from transcriptions of E. Arsenio Manuel, Elena Maquiso, Carmen Ching Unabia, and Corazon Manuel and Sandayo of the Subanun, text and...
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  • Swewe
    F. Landa Jocano (1967, 1983-84 and 1998) defends a quite similar approach, while adding a political dimension to it. Movements of people and the question of the homeland A. The multiple homeland hypothesis (Figure 3) American anthropologist H. Otley Beyer has developed one...
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  • Lumads
    , Malaybalay,Pagadian, Butuan, Surigao, Ozamis,  Ipil, Digos, Mati and Dipolog. History        About the 11th century, called the "emergent period" by the anthropologist, F. Landa Jocano, the dynamic interactions between the indigenous cultural elements and that of the migrants brought about the...
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  • Report
    500 BC, although stone tools continued to be used past that date.[2] Filipino Anthropologist F. Landa Jocano refers to the earliest noticeable stage in the development of proto-Philippine societies as the Formative Phase.[3] He also identified stone tool and ceramics making as the two core...
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