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This presentation involves the values and culture of every Filipinos. Which taken place during prehistoric time with prehistoric people also taken place nowadays in our modern world. :)

This presentation involves the values and culture of every Filipinos. Which taken place during prehistoric time with prehistoric people also taken place nowadays in our modern world. :)

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  • 1. THE FILIPINO CULTURE AND VALUES
  • 2. Filipino culture- is the summation of indigenous forces and foreign influences that had come to bear upon the people in varying degrees during the last centuries.
  • 3. Cotributory factors to Filipino Culture Malays Chinese Indian Hindu Spanish Americans
  • 4. The Filipino Cultural Perspectives 1. The Traditional Concept Hold that Filipino culture was developed due to the conglomeration of the physical, intellectual, moral and spriritual aspects. 2. The Nationalistic View Regards culture as the summation of the needs of people, the description of their past and present condition, an expression of their values, thoughts and emotions, and the dipiction of their historic struggles too liberate themselves.
  • 5. The Filipino Cultural Perspectives 3. Cultural Dualism The Philippines is a transitional society dominated on one side by the traditional culture and on the other side by the modern culture.
  • 6. The Filipino Culture A. Belief System Filipinos are believers of religion. They believe so much on supernatural powers and viewed themselves as only a speck in this wide universe. Success is considered a blessing from above, as a result of good luck and faith Good is considered relative. Hapiness and success differ from one person to another. Hospitality is practice.
  • 7. B. Value System Cultural values are shared assumptions of what is right, good or important. Guide man's behavior and action as he relates himself in most situations in life. Can best be seen from the aspects of personal and social relationships. Majority of Filipinos value more their honor (karangalan) rather than wealth.
  • 8. In decision- making, the Filipinos usually consult and take into consideration the consensus of the family members as the feelings of those who are to be affected. Filipinos love to mingle with other people particularly with friends and relatives. They engaged themselves in mutual cooperation (Bayanihan) Filipinos are friendly. They smile at people, even with strangers They are warm and simple Filipino women are regardd and respected. B. Value System
  • 9. The Filipino Values (predominant) 1. Utang-na -loob it is a technique of receprocity of debt of gratitude to others within the family circle or primary group, sometimes unlimited in nature, emotional rather than financial or rational. It is sign of marginal economy where no place is available in bargaining, formal agreeements, written contracts, specific rights and responsibilities.
  • 10. 2. Pakikisama Closely to utang-na-loob It is the value of belongingness and loyalty to the snall in-group with sensitivity to the feelings of others on the principle of “give and take.” Is a folk concept of good public relations and avoidance of conflict with the leader or majority of the groups.
  • 11. 3. Hiya Controls a large extent the behavior of the individual. Dependent on others will think, say and do. Because of hiya, a Filipino cannot say “NO” even it is against his will to do what is being requested.
  • 12. 4. Bahala na Common expression among Filipinos and this rest on the fatalistic outlook and strong dependence on the “spirits” who will take care of everything if they are really meant for a person.
  • 13. 5. Authoritarianism It is the dependense of the Filipinos in a paternalistic rather than in a stern way upon the eldres of the family, upon their boss, if employed, and upon people in authority as their father figure. Commonly practice in the Filipino familoyt which basically patriachal in nature. The father is seen as the head that makes major decisions affecting the family.
  • 14. 6. Individualism Pattern of behavior which characterizes the Filipino as self-centered The desire to make the name for himself becomes the primary motivation for success.
  • 15. 7. Amor-propio Individual's highly emotional reaction to protect his honor and dignity when they are threaten or questioned and to retaliate. Common forms of this are “hele hele bago quiere” or pakipot which shows at aperson initially refusing an offer even if he wants very much to accept it.
  • 16. Harana S E R E N A D E
  • 17. B A Y A N I H A N
  • 18. P A K I K I S A M A
  • 19. P A G M A M A N O
  • 20. THANK YOU :) Reported by:  Mary Joy C. Oredito BSED­II