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Education and Philippine Cultural Values

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Transcript of Education and Philippine Cultural Values

Chapter V
E
C
ducation
and
P
hilippine
ultural
V
alues
Human Growth & Development
It may be defined as those standards by which a group or society judges the desirability and importance of persons, ideas, actions, goals and other socio-cultural objectives.
Credits
http://www.slideshare.net/charlottepilande/chapter-5-philippine-values
http://www.prezi.com/lcdxy9apjmph/philippine-cultural-values/‎
Human Growth and Development ; pp. 103-118
Four-Fold Test
Extensiveness
(Identifying which values belongs to a culture)
Duration
Intensity
Prestige of value carries
-value in the total activity of the system.
- Has the value been shared in common sometime.
-the value is sought or maintained, as shown by: effort, circular choices, verbal affirmation, and by reactions to threats to the value.
-persons, objects or organizations considered to be bearers of the value.
Aeta, Indonesian, Malayan, Hindu, Arabian, and Chinese elements are the foundation of the Filipino oriental nature.
Non-Rationalism
This refers to the tendency to preceive thoughts,
objects, events and persons as sacred
Examples:
Animism
(Belief in spirits)
Commonly seen in barrios or isolated communities. Rituals and offerings are given to the spirits to ensure good graces.
Fatalism
Leaving matters as they are or leaving nature to take its course
Social Acceptance
The Filipinos wants to be accepted by his fellowmen for what he is to be treated according to his status and in order to get along to people.
Pakikisama

ability to facilitate smooth interpersonal relations and to sense other people's desires or feelings.

-- drives the individual to protect his/her social relations with the closest and dear to him/her.

Euphemism
Means stating an unpleasant truth, opinion or request as pleasantly as possible.
Go-Between
Another means of preventing or restoring smooth interpersonal relation.
Hiya: sense of shame

-- drives the individual to reciprocate any real of perceived favor or service; this value drives children to care for their elderly.
Amor propio:
sense of self-esteem
-- drives the individual to protect his/her personal reputation.
The haven of happiness and contentment where one is confronted with problems from the outside world.
Family
In marriage, as in other important
decisions, the children
are expected to
listen to the advice
and admonitions of their parents.
Emotional Closeness and Security of the family
Mutual dependence and
mutual sharing specially
to material goods are
expected in the home. The success
of a member means the success of the
whole family.
The closeness of the family ties has resulted in undermining the individual's loyalty to the government,
but it commonly became a source of graft and corruption in order to compensate for the money paid for the position.
Non- Rationalism
this refers to the tendency to perceive thoughts, objects, events and persons as sacred.
Immediate Family
Is a further extended to include ritual of kinship.
-When one marries, he brings his in-law into the family circle.
-When a child is born sponsors during his baptism further enlarge the kinship relationship.
Filipino family takes care of the old. (in-laws , parents & grand parents)
American Period
After the bureaucracy was established by the American Colonizers the local government officials became person in authority.
Datu
Raja
Hari
Maharlika
Timawa
Alipin Namamahay
Alipin Saguiguilid
Ancestral Period
Encomenderos
Hacenderos
Caciques
Landlords
Spanish Period
Authority Figure
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