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  • Philippines Assimilation

    What is the importance of assimilation and amalgamation in the US? The objective basis for assimilation is the immigrants’ integration into the political economy and social structures of their adopted country. Filipinos were required to participate in the American social-economic system to survive in a new economy. The second process deals with “social reproduction” of the Filipino national minority in Hawaii. In 1978, the U.S assimilation was polarized along racial lines on the assimilation of “non-white” immigrants. The United States called ”non-white” immigrants in Hawaii since of there were many ethnicity, which eventually presents as an “imperfect” assimilation into the nationality (Alegado, 1991). Today in America we are a diverse…

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  • Mexican American Traditions

    Impact on schooling & education. As Filipino American’s are more likely to speak English, their successful access to and achievement within the U.S. education system is greater than that of Mexican American’s. Important Traditions Filipino American traditions. Many Filipino American traditions center on family and Catholicism such as Misa de Gallo (series of nine Christmas mass) and Noche Buena (grand family Christmas Eve dinner after midnight mass). Other traditions and cultural themes…

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  • An Example Of Extrajudicial Violence In The Rwandan Genocide

    History is littered with examples of what happens when there is little to no legal system set up, or when the system is weak. In attempts to keep the peace, government forces act well beyond their mandate, and take the law into their own hands. They execute anyone suspected of illegal activity without due process, even if the accused has done nothing wrong. It is a barbaric practice that belongs in the past, and yet it continues to this day. There is no clearer example than the Philippines and…

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  • Effects Of Colonial Mentality

    dependent on its colonizers, since they were the ones who built the concept of a nation. In effect, the Philippines failed to see the underlying motives of these foreigners, which is to manipulate the country to be of aid to their own needs. This manipulation is materialized in the transnational companies entering the country and the basis of some of our laws and systems today, both to be discussed more thoroughly later on. The Philippines in recent times has also been negotiating with the…

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  • Importance Of English Language In The Philippines

    The Philippine archipelago comprises of Filipinos who’s linguistically and culturally diverse. In fact, there are 171 living languages being spoken in the Philippines today. However, these languages do no merely reflect governmental and educational policies. The current constitution of Philippines states that both Filipino (Tagalog) and English are the official languages of the country. The concept of what language should be used as a medium of instruction is an occurring debate in the…

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  • Advantages Of Integrated Ballistics Identification System

    Identification System (IBIS). As stated by the National Police Commission (NPC), IBIS is a system wherein all evidences gathered such as bullets, in the actual scenes of firearm-related cases are encoded and recorded in a database. This system is intended for cross-matching of guns; and, for easier future references especially during investigation and court trials as it has a capability to store, compare, and recall even millions of data entries in the database. According to the PNP, nine (9)…

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  • Essay About Filipino Immigration

    After the Spanish-American War, America annexed the Philippines in 1898. During the American control, America had economically developed the Philippines as a place for agricultural exports, such as sugar and coconut oil. Because of the relationship between the US and the Philippines, many Filipinos immigrated to America. Many of these immigrants were young males who sought and education and work (especially labor in Hawaii). Like the Japanese, the Filipino immigrant students wanted to receive…

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  • Cultural Dimensions

    childhood, rituals taught by family members, and customs only known to them that makes learning about their culture a beautiful experience. This cross-cultural interview began by delving into the history of the Philippines, the interviewees native home. The Philippines…

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  • The Importance Of Culture In The Philippines

    material culture and technology. One country whose culture we need to understand for possible future engagements is the Philippines. They may become an adversary to the United States in the near future and it is imperative the U.S maintains its…

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  • Care Workers In The Philippines

    older people. Care workers enter or stay because of cash, including wages, adoration, and duty to customers (Howes, 2008)”. “Migrant workers from nations like, the Philippines, who were utilized on work licenses for senior consideration laborers, gave a more retainable wellspring of persevering forethought laborers (Shutes and Chiatti, 2012)". Laborers need to be rationally and physically solid with a specific end goal to make due in the…

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