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The Youth's Role in Nation-building

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  • 1. The Youth's Role in Nation-building
  • 2. Man, Family, Community
  • 3. The Composition of Man
    • Spiritual sphere – soul and spirit
    • Sphere of the mind – endowed with reasoning ability
    • Body organization – a physical being with human needs
  • 4. What is man?
    • A physical being
    • A reflection of the universe
    • Moral being – the ability to distinguish what is right and what is wrong
  • 5. What is man?
    • Man is an occupant of the earth and its director.
    • Intellectual capability – has the power to reason “reasoning soul”
    • An element of society
  • 6. Man and society
    • Man complicates a situation when his nature and society collides
    • Man has a role to play in the society
    • There is an interplay between the individual and society
  • 7. Family as an element of society
  • 8. Family
    • Represented the primary cell of social life
    • Basic element of society wherein some attributes of human nature is developed
  • 9. Family as a training ground of society
  • 10. Autonomy
    • To feel and experience the individualization process
    • Must have a freedom to choose for himself who he wishes to be
    Liberty
  • 11. Responsibility
    • Must be given a responsibility at home to prepare them for a bigger responsibility
    Tolerance
    • Must be taught how to accept individual differences
  • 12. Trust
    • Must be developed within the family so that members will learn to trust other people
    Community
    • Group of people who interact and share certain things as a group
  • 13. Examples of community
    • Family
    • Kinship
  • 14. The essence of community
    • The development of personal and cultural values
    • A world view and attitude towards a larger society
  • 15. The essence of community
    • Develop emotional bonds
    • Intellectual pathways
    • Enhanced linguistic abilities
    • Higher capacity for critical thinking
  • 16. Mcmillan and Chavis identify four elements of “sense of community”
    • Membership
    • Influence
    • Integration and fulfillment of needs
    • Shared emotional connection
  • 17. The development of sense of community
    • In times of glory
    • In times of crisis, chaos or defeat
  • 18. Types of community
    • Location
    • Identity
    • Overlaps
  • 19. Location
    • Municipality
    • Neighborhood
    • Planned community
  • 20. Identity
    • Professional community
    • Virtual community
    Overlaps
    • Retirement community
    • Intentional community
  • 21. Filipino Values and Traits
  • 22. “ We are a nation bereft of moorings and have a moral crisis, a crisis of lost or squandered spiritual values” Teodoro Benigno
  • 23. What is culture?
    • Culture is a way of life
    • It has a powerful effect on a person’s daily life
    • It shapes us but we also shape culture
  • 24. Characteristics of culture
    • Culture is learned
    • Culture is transmitted
    • Culture is shared
    • Culture is patterned and integrated
    • Culture is adaptive and maladaptive
  • 25. The elements of culture
    • Beliefs
    • Values
    • Norms
    • Mores
    • Laws
  • 26. What are values?
    • Values are abstract and shared ideas about what is desirable, good, and correct
  • 27. The basis of Philippine value orientation
    • Aeta Indonesian
    • Malayan Hindu
    • Chinese Spanish
    • Americans

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