Unique Traits Of Filipino Culture Essays and Term Papers

  • Social Environment

    The Filipino is basically of Malay stock with a sprinkling of Chinese, American, Spanish and Arab blood. The Philippines has a population of 70 million, and it is hard to distinguish accurately the lines between stocks. From a long history of Western colonial rule, interspersed with the visits of merchants...

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  • Characteristics of a Filipino Citizen

    2013108802 ‘Friendly yet Undisciplined” The Filipinos are friendly because we have a confidence with our talent. We Filipinos are saying greetings like “hi” or “hello” to other people. And I choose the negative trait Undisciplined because I agree with its trait. Why? Because when we say discipline it is...

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  • Human Behaviour

    Human behavior refers to the range of behaviors exhibited by humans and which are influenced by culture, attitudes, emotions, values, ethics, authority, rapport, hypnosis, persuasion, coercion and/or genetics. The behavior of people (and other organisms or even mechanisms) falls within a range with...

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  • Sample

    include homosexuals, bisexuals, transsexuals, crossdressers, and effeminate men. Filipino gays are mostly stereotyped as effeminate, crossdressers, hairdressers, camp and ridiculed. Bakla or Bading, a derogatory Filipino word for gay, is commonly used. Tibo or tomboy has a similar function, and refers...

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  • Paper in Soc Sci 1

    things is culture. According to the book “Anthropology: The Human Challenge”, culture is “a society’s shared and socially transmitted ideas, values and perceptions, which are used to make sense of experience and generate behaviour and are reflected in that behaviour.” To simplify, culture is the customs...

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  • Philippine Cinema: An in-depth Analysis

    Values and Traits of Filipino Films Philippine Cinema has unique values and traits. Don Jose as the Father of Filipino Films labeled the Filipino films as quality content and has a commercial appeal among movie goers. Many of the films created by Don Jose Nepomuceno were received the approval of the...

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  • Cultural Self-Awareness

    essential to human existence. It is not easy for us to understand other’s culture if we ourselves are not aware of our own. It is also important when we interact with other people from other culture. Every one of us has a different culture which can be based by our own daily experiences and also depends on...

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  • Filipino Culture

    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 through emigration and immigration, as well as religiosity and spirituality...

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  • Emotional Intelligence as Applied

    developed by Daniel Goleman in his book ‘Emotional Intelligence’. The author, following the definition of Salovey, defined emotional intelligence as a trait not measured by IQ tests but as a set of skills with five domains: knowing and managing one’s emotions, self-motivation, empathy and social competence...

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  • Identity

    personality; the sort of person I am. That is only part of the story. Identity is different from personality in important respects. We may share personality traits with other people, but sharing an identity suggests some active engagement on our part. Identity appears in the characteristic of a person, every one...

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  • American Culture vs

    American Culture vs. Philippine Culture The culture of the United States of America has some similarities and differences to that of the Philippines. One of the government similarities is that both countries are led by an elected president. Considering the fact that the Philippines was once a U.S....

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  • The Philosophy of Filipino Culture

    Philosophy of Filipino Culture May 20, 2010 Crossing Cultures: A Philosophical Reflection on Filipino Culture and Cultural Transition Experienced by Third Culture Kids Oh it's a mystery to me. We have a greed, with which we have agreed... and you think you have to want more than you need....

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  • Gay Lingo in the Philippine

    Historical and Conceptual Background 1.2.1 Historical Background Filipino gay language or swardspeak language is a vernacular language derived from Englog (English- Tagalog) and is used by a number of gay Filipinos. It uses elements from Tagalong, English, Spanish, Niponggo, from celebrities’...

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  • Existing Traits and Work Performance of Teachers

    how society can be affected by the values held by its members. Our traits as Filipinos either positive or negative made us unique in such a way that these traits showcase who really we are in the real sense of the word, Filipinos. Bagumbayan Agro-Industrial High School of Bagumbayan,Lupon, Davao...

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  • Philippines, Great Place to Visit

    hard work. Where would be the best place to spend those valuable breaks? Philippines is a great place to spend those breaks because of its nature, culture, and people. One reason why the Philippines is a great place to visit is the nature. This tropical country has splendid beaches, glassy water, fascinating...

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  • Ethnic Groups in the Philippines

    chosen for investigation because of a need for an in-depth study of the culture of major ethnic groups in the country today. Philippine culture is very diverse and with this in mind, a thorough research and analysis of the culture of the major ethnic groups in the country should be made. A search for...

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  • Courtship

    Courtship is still one being strictly practiced between Filipino families. Carry out by the male, who is the suitor, visiting the home of the female. But in these previews generation of today new ways are being brought up. Is it still ideal to practice this traditional long process of courtship? Or it...

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  • Local and Foreign Literature in Sales and Purchase Order

    Doing Business in the Philippines | Philippine Social and Business Culture A Philippine Overview Fact file o o o o o o o Official name – Republic of the Philippines Population –97,976,603* (July 2006 est.) Official Languages – Filipino (based on Tagalog) and English Currency – Philippine peso (PHP) Capital...

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  • Comparative Analysis of the Child-Rearing Practices of the Philippines and Other Cultures

    Child-Rearing Practices of the Philippines and Other Cultures Child rearing plays an important role in building up the children’s characteristics. It is their foundation to be a functional member of the society. But different societies have different cultures when it comes to child rearing. There are different...

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  • The People of the Philippines

    The People of the Philippines by the Philippine Tourism Promotions Board 1 The Filipino is basically of Malay stock with a sprinkling of Chinese, American, Spanish and Arab blood. The Philippines has a population of 70 million, and it is hard to distinguish accurately the lines between stocks...

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