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  • The Philippines Of The Philippines

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    the continent Asia, most people wouldn’t think of the Philippines immediately. The reason for this may be because of its small size and location because it doesn't connect with the other Asian countries. Regardless of these small minor details, the Philippines are very well rounded and have many English influences. In fact, English is one of their official languages next to Filipino. This was due to the United States colonizing the Philippines, in the late 1800’s, which helped to spread education

  • Philippine Dances In The Philippines

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    Vibrant, colorful, skillful, and graceful, these are some of the words that people might think if they hear the words Philippine dances. Filipinos were known for their amazing skills in dancing such that dances is considered as one of the integral part in their culture and tradition. Moreover, these dances encapsulates the history of the Philippine archipelago; in which one can see the uniqueness of the culture of every tribes scattered across the 7,107 islands. However, have you ever wondered where

  • The Philippines: The Culture Of The Philippines

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    The Culture of The Philippines The Philippines is a very diverse and unique culture. Throughout recorded history, Filipinos have embraced many different cultures to form their own. No other Nation on the planet, other than the United States, can rival the Philippines’ melting pot of different ethnic backgrounds, its rich culture, and languages. Derived from hundreds of years and many nations this comes to show that culture no matter who, what, why, where culture will always influence the

  • The Pros And Cons Of The Philippines In The Philippines

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    Nowadays, Philippines is a mess in every aspect. The country is facing enormous amount of problems including poverty, public transportation, importation and exportation, the government system, weak leaders, traffic, corruption, tax rate, unfinished projects, and so on. The form of government in a certain country is achieved when the leader considers factors that could help him/her improve the country for the better. According to the one of the professors in the university, Philippines tried almost

  • The Philippine Philippines Culture And Culture Essay

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    The Philippines is a country deeply rooted in culture. The Army defines culture as a “dynamic social system” containing the values, beliefs, behaviors, and the norms of a “specific group, organization or society or other collectively” learned, shared, internalized, and changeable by all members of the society (FM 3-24 COUNTERINSURGENCY, 2006). Cultures have different characteristics which consist of shared, learned, symbols, integrated and dynamic. Culture The Philippine islands are broken

  • The Philippines Of Martial Law In The Philippines

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    Ferdinand Marcos declared Martial Law in the Philippines in 1972. The implementation allowed the military to have the highest authority in the country along with the President and allowed thousands of Filipino’s rights to be abused. It ended after 21 years when Marcos finally was ousted out of office. Bangsa Moro refers to the 13 ethno linguistic Muslim tribes in the Philippines. They composed 1/4th of the population in Mindanao. Though each tribe differs in traditions, culture, and dialects, they

  • The Philippines’ Geography

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    The Philippines’ Geography Landscape The Philippines is located between 116°40', and 126° 34' E. Longitude and 4° 40' and 21° 10' N. It is mostly made up of mountains, plateau and hills. Most mountains on islands are covered with tropical rainforest plants. Besides, there are a lot of live volcanoes, so earthquakes happen frequently in the Philippines. In total, there are 52 volcanoes in the Philippines. The Luzon Mayon, which located in the island of Mindanao, is the largest active volcano

  • The Development Of The Philippines

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    The Philippines is located in the South-East region of Asia, this region consists of other countries such as Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam, and others. The Philippines would be categorized as a developing country in stage three of the demographic transition model. With a falling birth rate of 24.24 per every 1000 people, with a low death rate of 4.92 per every 1000 people. With a population of 107.668.231 as of 2014, their median age is 23.5 years of age resulting in a very young population

  • Culture Of The Philippines

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    cognitive constructs, and affective understanding that is learned through a process of socialization. These shared patterns, identify the members of a culture group while also distinguishing those of another group. Five major characteristics of a Philippine culture include family, beliefs, customs, food, and language. In this essay geography and military conflict history, weather analysis, and civil considerations will be discussed. I will also cover how the terrain and infrastructure, communication

  • Philippine History

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    Philippine History Early History -The Negritos are believed to have migrated to the Philippines some 30,000 years ago from Borneo, Sumatra, and Malaya. The Malayans followed in successive waves. These people belonged to a primitive epoch of Malayan culture, which has apparently survived to this day among certain groups such as the Igorots. The Malayan tribes that came later had more highly developed material cultures. In the 14th cent. Arab traders from Malay and Borneo introduced Islam into the