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arlyn dolor

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Ningas - Cogon
Pakikipagkapwa- tao
Meaning and Nature of Values
One well- known educator affirmed that the Filipino heart and soul are controlled by three aggrupations.
The Filipino Value System
Cultural Values are shared assumption of what is right, good, or important.
Definition of Terms
-coined from the root word "bayad"
which means
to pay
, and refers to the asking for payment for a service done.
Utang- na- Loob
Islamic Nations
United States of America
A Filipino has an American mind,

Spanish heart,

and Malay roots.

The word
comes from the latin word
which means to be "strong and vigorous .
Values are ideas of right and wrong, good and bad.
Values are standards of which a group or society judges the desirability and importance of persons , ideas actions and goals.
Values are shared conviction or beliefs.
Personally, the Filipino value their honor and status than anything else.
Socially, the Filipinos give more emphasis on the social relationships.
Roots of the Filipino Character
The strength and weakness of the Filipino
have their roots in many factors such:
the home environment
the social environment
the cultural and language
the educational system.
The Strength of the Filipino
(Regards for Others)
Family Orientation
Joy and Humor
Flexibility, Adaptability and Creativity
Hard work and Industry
Faith and Religiosity
Ability to Survive
Weaknesses of the Filipino Character
Extreme Personalism
Extreme Family-Centeredness
Lack of Discipline
Colonial Mentality
Kanya-Kanya Syndrome
Passivity and Lack of initiative
The Filipino Cultural Value
- starting out projects with full vigor and interest which abruptly die down, leavings thing unfinished.
- result in camaraderie and a feeling of closeness one to another.
Smooth Interpersonal relationship (SIR)
- is the the strong cultural force among Filipinos in their effort to achieve social acceptance.
- ( literally translated as "debt of gratitude")
is an obligation to repay a person from whom one has received a favor.
- always trying to to give personal interpretation to actions

- thank you with "but"

- strong family protection good or bad condition
relaxed attitude but poor time management

- impatient and unable to delay gratification or reward

- love to take short-cuts or 'palusot' system

- carelessness

strong reliance to others fate

- very complacent but their rarely is a sense of urgency

- too patient without any plan or action (matiisin)

Patriotism vs Active awareness

- lack of love and appreciation on what they have

- open outside but side-open or close inside

self-serving attitude that generates feeling of envy and competitiveness towards others (status vs prestige).

- personal ambition but insensitive to common good

- crab mentality

- lack of appreciation resulting unhealthy competition
Utang na Loob
- ( literally translated as "debt of gratitude")

is an obligation to repay a person from whom

one has received a favor.
There are various connotations of
: In relation to
utang na loob
, when an individual cannot reciprocate the favor done to him, or the repayment seems not acceptable to the one who gave the favor,
is usual reaction of the person who asked for the favor.

It is the individual's highly emotional to protect his honor and dignity when they are threatened or questioned ant to retaliate.
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