• Religious Freedom in the Philippines
    that even though the Filipino mind is deeply influenced by Christianity, being open to improving and revealing of oneself is not that far away. We can never change history or force someone to change their beliefs, but let the youth be the ones to discover it themselves. The Filipino youth must be allowed...
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  • Filipino Values
    Filipino values - refers to the set of values or the value system that a majority of the Filipino have historically held important in their lives. This Philippine value system includes their own unique assemblage of consistent ideologies, moral codes, ethical practices, etiquette, and cultural and personal...
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  • rizal's life
    Abstract Home, church, and school are the three important pillars that shaped Rizal’s identity as the voice and prophet of the Filipino people and his advocacy that unity equates to prosperity. b. Summary Rizal’s identity was shaped in his home, at school and at the church. These institutions gave long-lasting...
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  • Kpop
    KPOPPED!: UNDERSTANDING THE FILIPINO TEENS’ CONSUMPTION OF KOREAN POPULAR MUSIC AND VIDEOS SARAH KRISTINE M. ALANZALON Submitted to the COLLEGE OF MASS COMMUNICATION University of the Philippines Diliman In partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of BACHELOR OF ARTS IN BROADCAST...
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  • Reaction Paper about Philippine Folk Dance
    Paolo Lumibao Fermin BSEntrep1-2 KATUBANYA REACTION PAPER I indeed am an ignorant and hypocritical Filipino, having no idea of the richness of our culture, for having my forehead wrinkle in surprise as one dance came out after another, for having been too busy admiring the Western grooves...
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  • Thesis Paper
    UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES MANILA COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES DEPARTMENT OF BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES FILIPINO OPUS DEI CHILDREN HAVE BETTER SPIRITUAL UPBRINGING COMPARED TO NORMAL FILIPINO PRACTICING ROMAN CATHOLIC CHILDREN Dr. Nymia Pimentel - Simbulan 1 April 2013 INTRODUCTION Statement...
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  • The Role of National Symbols in the Development of Nationalism
    should be limited to one ethnic group, or that multinational in a single state should necessarily comprise the right to express and exercise national identity even by minorities. It can also include the belief that the state is of primary importance, or the belief that one state is naturally superior to...
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  • Cultural Diplomacy: a Filipino Perspective
    | Cultural Diplomacy: A Filipino Perspective | | Carino l Dela l Fuentes III AB- International Studies Major in Development StudiesIS 108.1 Philippine Foreign PolicyMr. Bong JovesMarch 2, 2013 | I. WHAT IS CULTURAL DIPLOMACY? Considered as a relatively new term in international...
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  • integrated information technology to student learning
    The social costs of being Filipino migrants abroad A POINT OF AWARENESS By Preciosa S. Soliven  | Updated October 30, 2008 - 12:00am  0  0 googleplus0  0  Launched in 2002 by Philippine Social Science Council (PSSC), the book – Filipinos in Global Migration: At Home in the World? – a book project...
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  • America Watch
    Submitted by: Michaelle Ong The article discussed the way we Filipinos follow the footsteps of America when it comes to government laws, as we can see we implemented the RH bill the way they did too, the fact that this law is violating what is written in the bible, and we live in a Christian country hence...
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  • Filipino Diaspora
    overseas and excitingly imagined what it would be like to mingle with 6 feet tall, blonde or brunette, green or blue-eyed people. I think every Filipino does. Oh wait, maybe not all, but mostly. If you have just been observant or aware, you’d notice that the Filipino diaspora or dispersion around the...
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  • Blond and Blue Eyes
    and a volunteer writer for Gawad Kalinga.She also produces the series Story Line for the ABS-CBN News Channel. When I was little, I wanted what many Filipino children all over the country wanted. I wanted to be blond, blue-eyed, and white. I thought-if I just wished hard enough and was good enough...
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  • Where's the Patis
    her identity as a woman, and a skill for elegant expression that is the envy of many and the equal of few. Experience has taught her that any clever woman can preserve domestic tranquility by the mere act of perpetuating man's alleged superiority to anything he surveys. This is practically what every...
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  • Yeah
    Comprehension 1.Prove or disprove that Filipinos are: Good natured- I think Filipinos nowadays do not have this characteristic. Crab mentality prove that Filipinos is not good natured and one of the ill mentality Filipinos do have in nature. Loyal- Idealistic- Sentimental- Filipinos kept things which were with...
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  • Treatment Towards Biracial Children
    parent in the world wants to protect their children from all the things that harm. Words like half-breed, Oreo, Mexicoon, Niganese, and Rice Cracker are what children from interracial relationships have to face. It is simply unfair that multiracial children have to adapt to living in such a negative world...
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  • Jose Rizal as Asian Hero
    Rizal while a student at the Ateneo. The Jesuit, at least through some stories tried to refresh his memories on his education at the Ateneo and why what he learned there should matter to him now that he was near death. I wrote my friend he had asked the wrong person. Even if it were proven that he...
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  • Bilingual Education
    “Bilingual Education Policy (BEP) in the Philippines is defined operationally as the separate use of Filipino and English as the media of instruction in specific subject areas”. As embodied in the DECS Order, Filipino shall be used as a medium of instruction in social studies/ social sciences, music, arts, physical...
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  • BAYAN
    Questions a) Assessment of alliance, ideologically i) Assessment of the nation – critiques and rooms for improvement. ii) What change is necessary to bring about such improvements? What, in general, would you like the Philippines to achieve? b) Further assessment of alliance’s supposed nationalism i) On...
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  • Philippine Prehistory
    bones, and human fossils. Similarly, Solheim also made use of archaeological discoveries and artifacts. However, he hypothesized that the primitive Filipinos originated and dispersed from an island in Southeast Asia. The prehistoric men in the country are said to have spread northwards through the country...
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  • Chapter2: Review of Related Literature and Studies
    also discusses the values reflected in the proverbs and the proverb as a reflection of Filipino character, its function in the society, its nature and purpose, its stylistic peculiarity and its significance in Filipino culture. Folklore Prof. Damiana Eugenio (2002), a renowned Filipina folklorist,...
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