• Cups of Hope
    conduct a joint inquiry into the strengths and weaknesses of the character of the Filipino with a view to solving the social ills and strengthening the nation’s moral fiber (Resolution No.10,MRP).Where they came up with a list of the character of the Filipinos classified as to be our strengths and...
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  • Organizational Culture and Values
    . The weaknesses of the Filipino Character according to the study sponsored by Sen. Leticia Shahani are: extreme personalism, extreme family centeredness, lack of discipline, ‘kanya-kanya' syndome, colonial mentality, passivity/lack of initiative, and lack of self-analysis/reflection. Considering...
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  • Strategic Analysis
    overcome its weaknesses. They can offer sugar-free breads which are suited to diabetic persons. Also add coffee to their menus to perfectly feel their products as Filipino cuisine. Through these improvements, Goldilocks will be better and be the perfect bakeshop ever....
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  • Roots of the Filipino Character
    have a prospensity to cheer and laugh and have a fun- loving approach to the ups and downs of life. 5.Faith and Religiosity – The Filipinos have a deep faith in God. WEAKNESSES OF THE FILIPINO CHARACTER 1.Extreme Personalism – The Filipinos are extremely...
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  • El Fili Reaction Paper
    . However, this does not degrade his personality and character. Instead, it strengthens even more the views that Dr. Jose Rizal understood and had a good heart for his fellow countrymen. The impact of El Filibusterismo is to awaken the eyes of the Filipinos, to make revenge against the Spaniards, it...
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  • Gagamba
    mind and soul, to the strengths and weaknesses of its men, women, and culture. He based his works through keen observations that can be seen in the present time. He is known for his anti-elite views and authentic Filipino English style. Jose developed great skills in making short stories and novels...
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  • Veneration Without Understanding: My Analysis
    would require us to study social criticisms against him and take steps to correct, if not, eradicate the evils he decried. Accordingly, we should start now. Start examining Rizal’s limitations and profit from his weaknesses just as we have learned from the strength of his character and virtues...
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  • Rizal
    , we should start now. Start examining Rizal’s limitations and profit from his weaknesses just as we have learned from the strength of his character and virtues. Nobody’s perfect. A hero’s weaknesses, is society’s weaknesses. Rizal’s weaknesses were his society’s weaknesses. Every little thing he did...
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  • Key Points in Psychology
    • Faith and responsibility • Ability to survive Weaknesses of Filipino character • Extreme personalism • Extreme family centeredness • Lack of discipline • Passivity and lack of initiative • Colonial mentality • Kanya-kanya syndrome • Lack of self-analysis and self-reaction Communication process • Ideation • Encoding • Transmission • Receiving • Decoding • Action or respond...
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  • Nstp
    . Strengths of the Filipino character 1. Pakikipagkapwa-tao 2. Family Orientation 3. Joy and Humor 4. Flexibility, Adaptability and Creativity 5. Hard work and industry 6. Faith and Religiosity 7. Ability to Survive Weaknesses of the Filipino character 1. Extreme Personalism 2. Extreme...
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  • Comparison of Noli Metangere and El Filibusterismo
    Rizal's nationalism is best understood through the keen study of the characters. Through their dialogue and actions, in their ideas and ideals, or in the lack of these are seen Rizal's range of vision, his concept of love of country, his appeal for reforms, his attitude towards the friars, and his views on the weaknesses of the Filipinos....
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  • Just Another Document
    Vilma Santos and Janice de Belen). Though Filipino horror has yet to find its true strength, you can fairly say that it has evolved with this film. With its well-defined characters and a taste for gore, "The Healing" is a notch above the rest. It's better than most local scare flicks produced in...
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  • Filipino Youth
    society, the record of significant human experiences, and the eyes of past. Pensive readers can always see reality in whatever is written since a literary work speaks for its time. This study is an attempt to depict the image of the Filipino youth reflected by the juvenile characters in selected short...
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  • Marketing Plan
    Catholic Citizenship : Filipino PROFILE * Speaks English and Tagalog. * Encoding and Editing CHARACTER REFERENCE * Jenalyn Macaya Salesclerk * Elsa Besa Gardener * Ariel Tacmo Driver Jenny O. Nantona jhens0n_lhurve@yahoo.com Kalayaan B., Batasan Hills...
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  • Existing Traits and Work Performance of Teachers
    study spearheaded by Shahani, which aimed to discover the strength and weaknesses of the Filipino people. The study identified and analyzed the Filipino values that indicate his strength and weaknesses. Shahani lists them as follows: STRENGTHS OF THE FILIPINO CHARACTER Pakikipagkapwa-Tao (regard for...
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  • Papers
    Philippines, its people and its concerns than from any journalistic account or from a holiday trip there. José's books takes us to the heart of the Filipino mind and soul, to the strengths and weaknesses of its men, women, and culture. - Lynne Bundesen, Los Angeles Times[11]...
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  • Swot Analysis
    Weaknesses Opportunities Threats The first ever Chinese fast food restaurant in the Philippines. Not suitable in all ages. Specific target consumer. The most affordable Chinese restaurant. Other fast food players like Mc Donald, KFC and Jollibee. Selling Chinese and Filipino foods at the same time. There...
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  • 1dada
    sanction the status quoby a confluence of blind adoration and widespread ignorance of his most telling ideas. We have magnified Rizal's significance for too long. It is time to examine his limitations and profit from his weaknesses just as we have learned from the strength of his character and his...
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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...
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  • Veneration
    sanction the status quo by a confluence of blind adoration and widespread ignorance of his most telling ideas. We have magnified Rizal’s significance for too long. It is time to examine his limitations and profit from his weaknesses just as we have learned from the strength of his character and his...
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