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Report( why filipinos are seemingly prone to foreign influence?) Report( why filipinos are seemingly prone to foreign influence?) Presentation Transcript

  • WHY FILIPINOS ARE SEEMINGLY PRONE TO FOREIGN INFLUENCE ANGELA C. IMPERIAL MASTER OF ARTS IN TEACHING SOCIAL STUDIES ROOSEVELT COLLEGE
  • Why Filipinos are seemingly prone to foreign influence? Philippines/Filipinos 1.LOCATION 2. PLACE 3. CULTURE 4. NORMS & VALUES
  •  1. LOCATION ◦ - strategic ◦ - open door to Asia ◦ - a bridge of East & West Why Filipinos are seemingly prone to foreign influence?
  • 2. CLIMATE - Tropical(hot, humid, rainy) Why Filipinos are seemingly prone to foreign influence?
  •  3. PLACE Why Filipinos are seemingly prone to foreign influence?
  •  4. CULTURE ◦ - diverse culture ◦ - the only christian nation in Asia ◦ - the most westernized of Asian countries ◦ - World’s 3rd largest English-speaking country ◦ - the showcase of democracy ◦ - globalization of culture Why Filipinos are seemingly prone to foreign influence?
  •  5. NORMS & VALUES ◦ - a weak sense of nationhood ◦ - self-flagellation ◦ - subservient attitudes ◦ - liked to be influenced ◦ - take pride in copying other culture & perhaps make them even better than the original ◦ - 8th most positive people ◦ - happy people ◦ - hospitable & friendly Why Filipinos are seemingly prone to foreign influence?