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  4. 4. X BACKGROUND OF THE TRIBECULTURAL BACKGROUND & TRADITIONAL PRACTICES THE PRESENT DAY CULTURAL SITUATION PRESENT DAY SOCIO- ECONOMIC STATUS
  5. 5. M XPlace of Location | History | Physical Appearance
  6. 6. M XPlace of Location | History | Physical Appearance Mindanao Islands: •Mountains south and east of Mount Apo East of Cotabato. Religion: •indigenous •Christian Language: •Bagobo(maanobo Family) Population: •58 601 (1994)
  7. 7. M XPlace of Location | History | Physical Appearance “Bagobo” comes from “bago” meaning “new” or “recent”, and “obo/obbo/uvu” meaning “growth” or “grow Also known as: •Kulamanen •Guingan •Manobo •Jangan • Manuvu •Matigsalug •Matigsaug • Obo, Obbo •Tigwa-Salug
  8. 8. M XPlace of Location | History | Physical Appearance •Light brown in complexion. •Hair is brown or brownish black, ranging from wavy to curly. •Men stand about 158 cm tall, the women 147 cm. •Wide face but the chickbones are not prominent. 1|2
  9. 9. M XPlace of Location | History | Physical Appearance •Eyes are dark and widely set, the eye slits slanting. •Eyebrows are deliberately shved to a thin line by both male and female. •The root of the nose is low, the ridge broad. •The lips are full, the chin rounded. 1|2
  10. 10. M XBeliefs | Norms Marriage | Birth Practices | Apparel/ Accessories | Other Practices | Values
  11. 11. M XBeliefs | Norms Marriage | Birth Practices | Apparel/ Accessories | Other Practices | Values •Hierarchy of God •Rituals •Diwata or Gods •Pantheon of demons •Offering Paghuaga (human sacrifice)
  12. 12. M XBeliefs | Norms Marriage | Birth Practices | Apparel/ Accessories | Other Practices | Values •The daily activities are marked by rituals. •Do the harvesting. •Offer areca nuts, betel leaves, food, clothing, and brass instruments, all placed on special altars for the blessing.
  13. 13. Beliefs | Norms Marriage | Birth Practices | Apparel/ Accessories | Other Practices | Values •Parental Decision •Friendly Accommodation •Symbol of Obligation •Wedding Feast •Commitment and Privilege •Dowry Practices
  14. 14. M XBeliefs | Norms Marriage | Birth Practices | Apparel/ Accessories | Other Practices | Values •Summons “Mabalian”. •Midwife Tokens. •Kill the Triplets Babies.
  15. 15. M XBeliefs | Norms Marriage | Birth Practices | Apparel/ Accessories | Other Practices | Values Cloth are made from Abaca Men wear a close-fitting undershirt Men have a hemp cloth bag Men keep their log hair Women wear close-fitting jacket Women have bangs
  16. 16. M XBeliefs | Norms Marriage | Birth Practices | Apparel/ Accessories | Other Practices | Values Polygamy Slavery
  17. 17. M XBeliefs | Norms Marriage | Birth Practices | Apparel/ Accessories | Other Practices | Values Friendly-traders Industrious Obedient
  18. 18. M XEconomy | Political System | Religious Beliefs and Practices | Architecture and Community PlanningVisual Arts and Crafts | Performing Arts
  19. 19. M XEconomy | Political System | Religious Beliefs and Practices | Architecture and Community PlanningVisual Arts and Crafts | Performing Arts •The primary means of subsistence is swidden agriculture. Rice and corn are rotated. •Other products are: copra, coffee and cacao, fruits, and vegetables. •Trade has opened intertribal and interracial relations. •The money economy, while decreasing the level of self-sufficiency, has helped improve production, transportation, and communication. 1|2
  20. 20. M XEconomy | Political System | Religious Beliefs and Practices | Architecture and Community PlanningVisual Arts and Crafts | Performing Arts •Both men and women strip hemp for the abaca trade and for domestic purposes. •Blacksmithing, house building, and the making of kitchen utensils like rice mortars and meat blocks are done by the men. •Basketry is done by both sexes. 1|2
  21. 21. M XEconomy | Political System | Religious Beliefs and Practices | Architecture and Community PlanningVisual Arts and Crafts | Performing Arts The Bagobo settlement became a municipality Administered by: Republic of the Philippines •Mayor •Province of Davao del Sur- Governor •Municipality of Santa Cruz- Mayor •Vice-mayor with the assistance of •Barangay- Brgy. Chairman the municipal council •Barangay captain of the poblacion •Sangguniang Bayan members •Municipal development officer •Municipal planning and development coordinator
  22. 22. M XEconomy | Political System | Religious Beliefs and Practices | Architecture and Community PlanningVisual Arts and Crafts | Performing Arts •Sibulan •Gallat/gelat •Paghuaga(human sacrifice) •Gatok-biaan or pakakaro •Matanom and mabahan •Bagkes •Gimukod •Langis •Pakakalangit •Buwis (monetary tribute) •Karonaronawan (hell) •Saksi (witnessing) •Balatik •Pangulo (priest or minister)
  23. 23. M XEconomy | Political System | Religious Beliefs and Practices | Architecture and Community PlanningVisual Arts and Crafts | Performing Arts •Basag (hardwood planks) hewn from the palma brava tree trunk. •Biga (taro leaves) or bulig (banana leaves). •Tinatang •Rebbong (elevated firebox) •Sikado (bamboo water containers • Betill (clothesline) •Rokok goli (rice or corn granary)
  24. 24. . M XEconomy | Political System | Religious Beliefs and Practices | Architecture and Community PlanningVisual Arts and Crafts | Performing Arts •Traditional clothes and jewelry. •Bagobo tie-dye abaca fibers in deep red, maroon, and black.
  25. 25. M XEconomy | Political System | Religious Beliefs and Practices | Architecture and Community PlanningVisual Arts and Crafts | Performing Arts •Tagungguan
  26. 26. M XLocation | Food | Jobs
  27. 27. M XLocation | Food | Jobs •Mountainous region between the upper Pulangi and Davao rivers.
  28. 28. M XLocation | Food | Jobs •Sweet potato •Corn • Bananas • Sago • Coconut •Cassava cake in a bamboo •Chicken in coconut milk meal •Green Veggie Salad for Breakfast •Chicken in the Bamboo
  29. 29. M XLocation | Food | Jobs IN HINTERLANDS: •Planting •Fishing •Embroidering PROFESSIONALS •Doctors •Nurses •Teachers •Accountants •Lawyers •Government employees and officials

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