Modern life: its effect maranao culture

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OUTLINE
TOPIC: Modern Life: Its Effect in Maranao Culture
THESIS STATEMENT: Modern life: Its effect Maranao culture is far from traditional life.
I.INTRODUCTION
II. KNOWLEDGE ABOUT MARANAO CULTURE
A. According to Education
B. According to Fashion style
C. According to Rites / Rituals
D. According to Tradition
a. Language
b. Art and Musical Heritage
c. Cuisine
III. CAUSE AND EFFECT OF MODERN LIFE
A. Cause of Maranao culture
B. Effect in Maranao culture
IV. RESULT ACCORDING TO SURVEY
V. CONCLUSION

I. INTRODUCTION In our paper which is “Modern Life: Its Effect in Maranao Culture’’ the member of this group are all Maranaos which is we can all relate to the topic, it has many changes nowadays in our generation, the Maranao was slightly
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Machine-made printed cotton malongs are made in Indonesia specifically for export to the Philippines and are commonly referred to as “Batik” because the item is imported those in expensive machine made malongs are used for very purpose. The malongs can function as a skirt for both men and women, a dress, blanket, a sunshade, a bed sheet, a dressing room, a hammock, a prayer mat and other purpose it new born is wrapped in a malong, and as grows this piece of cloth become a part of his daily life. When he is dies, he is once again wrapped in a malong. Among traditional tribal peoples, the malong is used in everyday life. Even if an areas where people wear western style clothing during the day, the malong commonly used as sleepwear. The malong is also use in very big festivals; they wear this to show respect.
C. According to Rites / Rituals Kinship System. There are special practices in the address system when one deals with the royalty and nobility (i.e. the datu and salip). One never or seldom refers to a datu as "Datu X." The normal practice is to use teknonymy, i.e. by reference to his first child. Thus, Datu X should be called Bapaq ni Y. Among the nobility, bapaq is preferred to the more common ama. Courtship and Marriage. Marriage in Maranaw society is not just a simple romantic one-to-one relationship between boy and girl; rather, it is a fusion by
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