• Cups of Hope
    The definition itself enables us to understand that every individual is involved and political culture plays an important role in a society. As for Filipino political culture, it is hard to come up with a general concept knowing that our country is an archipelago bounded by a lot culture, tradition and...
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  • Organizational Culture and Values
    account the cultural dimensions of Geert Hofstede's cultural dimensions and the Shahani-sponsored study on the strengths and weaknesses of the Filipinos, It could be drawn that us Filipinos possess cultural traits that hinder, slow down, or hinder our productivity. The Philippines' raw score (2003) in...
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  • Roots of the Filipino Character
    OF THE FILIPINO CHARACTER 1.Pakikisama – Is yielding to the will of the majority just so to get along with everybody and avoid signs of conflict. 2.Bahala na Attitude – Leaving matters/ things as they are because nature will take it course. 3.Bayanihan or Team Spirit – This is the Filipino value of...
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  • Gagamba
    about the daily lives of the Filipinos. Living in the time where the Philippines is beginning to rise without help from foreign countries, this made Jose to create numerous short novels that reflects to the heart of the Filipino mind and soul, to the strengths and weaknesses of its men, women, and culture...
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  • El Fili Reaction Paper
    I enjoy watching the whole time. I absorbed every chapter of the play. While I’m watching I remember what Spaniards done in Filipinos. Spaniards abused the weakness of Filipinos; they used their power to do what they want to do. Especially I remember the system of the government, religious group and the...
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  • Veneration Without Understanding: My Analysis
    reflected on history books… - factors which we fail to converse over the years. He also had a discussion of the concept of Filipino nationhood, the metamorphosis of the term “Filipino”, and how Rizal viewed the terms, “independence” and “liberty” as words whose meanings are apart from each other. Admit...
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  • Strategic Analysis
    when they decided to take their hobby one step further. A third sister, Maria Flor, suggested that they name the enterprise "Goldilocks", after the character in a fairy tale, aiming to make it easier for children and their mothers to remember its name; and because it suggested luck and prosperity. ...
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  • Filipino Youth
    population (NYC, 1998). As such, the Filipino youth increasingly play an important and vital role in the development of the Philippine society. Their attitudes, values, mind-set, and priorities will determine the progress of the country in the future. Nowadays, the Filipino youth are experiencing a serious...
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  • Nstp
    Image of God * Man as a Social Being * Man is Divided in himself * The Excellence of conscience * Man’s freedom Session 2 B: I am a Filipino Kagandahang loob This capacity for goodness and to care for others stems from the human need to love and be loved. It comes with age and psycho-spiritual...
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  • Proper work ethics
    Part 1 1. What are the Vision, Mission, and Goal of your company? Vision: Our Vision, reaching out and serving the Filipino patient to whom we Pay It Forward…With our linkages in the Health Care Industry, we will strive every day to become the best and most trusted partner of healthcare professionals...
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  • 1dada
    against Bonifacio and those Filipinos who were fighting for the country's liberty. In fact, when he was arrested he was on his way to Cuba to use his med- [p. 125] ical skills in the service of Spain. And in the manifesto of December 15, 1896 which he addressed to the Filipino people, he declared: From...
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  • Veneration
    against Bonifacio and those Filipinos who were fighting for the country’s liberty. In fact, when he was arrested he was on his way to Cuba to use his medical skills in the service of Spain. [p. 125] And in the manifesto of December 15, 1896 which he addressed to the Filipino people, he declared: From...
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  • Comparison of Noli Metangere and El Filibusterismo
    similar primarily in their author, Rizal. Another, in a way that they both talk about how Spaniards abused the Filipinos, the abuse of the church of their power and the discrimination on Filipinos. Both Noli and El Fili shows strong anti-Clerical and even anti-Catholic color. They convey one story because...
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  • Veneration Without Understanding Reaction Paper
    himself against Bonifacio and those Filipinos who were fighting for the country's liberty. In fact, when he was arrested he was on his way to Cuba to use his medical skills in the service of Spain. And in the manifesto of December 15, 1896 which he addressed to the Filipino people, he declared: From the...
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  • Veneration Without Understanding
    against Bonifacio and those Filipinos who were fighting for the country's liberty. In fact, when he was arrested he was on his way to Cuba to use his medical skills in the service of Spain. And in the manifesto of December 15, 1896 which he addressed to the Filipino people, he declared: From the...
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  • goldilocks
    most Filipinos, Bakeshops sell their products like pastries, breads and cakes. Bakeshop has become an integral part of the Filipino way of life and that is why the Bakeshops in the Philippines are sprouting everywhere. The Philippine bakeries market is expanding steadily mainly due to the Filipino eating...
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  • Just Another Document
    Chito S. Roño … also known as Sixto Kayko, is an acclaimed Filipino writer, film producer and film director known for his expansive vision and special-effects-heavy films, most notably Yamashita: The Tiger's Treasure (2001) for which he won the Metro Manila Film Festival for best director. He is also...
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  • acts and ommisions
    SUBMIT PERSONALLY. A. Philippine Literature A Regional Approach, By Delia Enriquez 1. Si Miss Phathupats (p. 175-178) a. What are the strengths and weaknesses of Miss Phathupats? b. How is the story related in present days? 2. Madonna (p. 185-192) Give your notion on this theory, “Na ang naiibigannatingkritikahin...
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  • Module NSTP 1
    Gina P. Belencio I Empathy Answer and discuss briefly the following questions: 1. The Filipino people are considered as one of the most hospitable citizens in the world- polite, friendly and honest character- but it’s mind boggling and intriguing that whenever one is put into power (given high authority...
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  • Existing Traits and Work Performance of Teachers
    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 Oriental...
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