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Copy of FILIPINO VALUES

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Transcript of Copy of FILIPINO VALUES

"FILIPINO VALUES"
FOUR BASIC FILIPINO VALUES
4. Patience, endurance, and suffering.

> This value shows the matiisin attitude of among the Filipinos.

>It enables us to bounce back easily when tragedy strikes.


BASIC VALUES are universal. They have strengths and weaknesses.

Conflicting values and norms are a reality.

Conflicting values are the results of rapid social change or the introduction of foreign culture.
VALUES ADAPTED IN PHILIPPINE CULTURE
1. Equal opportunity.
2. Achievement and success are encouraged.
3. Material comfort.
4. Activity and work.
5. Practically efficiency.
6. Progress.
7. Science.
8. Democracy and free enterprise.
9. Freedom.
10.Racism and group superiority.
Summary
FOUR BASIC FILIPINO VALUES
1. Emotional closeness and security in a family.

> It is in this value where the family, including the extended family like uncles, aunts, ninong, ninang, give support to members of the family.
KEY VALUES THAT DOMINATE IN PHILIPPINE WAY OF LIFE
Non-rationalism -- Rationalism

Filipinos are shame-oriented, meaning their major concern is social approval, acceptance by a group, and belonging to a group.

"Hiya" still controls much of the Filipino's behavior.

Filipino finds it difficult to say "no" to a request or an invitation and instead use expressions like kuwan, marahil, tila nga, and pipilitin ko.
KEY VALUES THAT DOMINATE IN PHILIPPINE WAY OF LIFE
Non-rationalism -- Rationalism

Pakikisama means good public relations or the avoidance of open disagreement or conflict with others.

Filipinos are observed to be imitative (gaya- gaya), and such imitativeness gives rise to the penchant for facade, palabas, pakitang-tao, and pagyayabang (Roces 1964:4).
KEY VALUES THAT DOMINATE IN PHILIPPINE WAY OF LIFE
1. Non-rationalism -- Rationalism

Non-rationalism is the idea that people have to adapt themselves to nature and forces outside themselves.

Rationalism is the belief that one can actively control and manipulate his or her destiny by systematic planning, studying, and training.
FOUR BASIC FILIPINO VALUES
2. Approval from authority and of society.

> This value brings about the Filipino image as amiable, personable, and the like.

3. Economic and social betterment.

> This refers to the Filipino value of uplifting one's state in life.


KEY VALUES THAT DOMINATE IN PHILIPPINE WAY OF LIFE
Non-rationalism -- Rationalism

"Bahala na" mentality has led to a lack of foresight, contentment with the past, indolence, and a lack of initiative, self-reliance, or pioneering spirit.

The "bahala na" mentality has also led to the lack of punctuality, vulnerability to awa, dependence on the espiritista, the mangkukulam or witch.

Other Filipino expressions of this orientalism are in phrase such as, "itinalaga ng Diyos", "iginuhit ng tadhana", "gulong ng palad", and "napasubo".
Every culture has as its core a basic set of values. These values consist of ultimate ends, goals, or purposes of social action. Values orientation represents the social conscience internalized and integrated within individual members of society and the ethos which gives culture its unity, form, and identity at any given time and
place.
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