FILIPINO                  COREVALUES, CHARACTERISTICS, CITZENSHIP MORALS                  A Report By:       DELIZO, Dannu...
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From the latin word “valere” which         means to be strong and vigorous.                       Values in a society give...
“value is an existing realization of desire.” -Edgar Sheffield Brightman     “things, persons, ideas or goals       which ...
  the principles on which    every member of the  Filipino society shouldpersevere to attain in order    to reach the ult...
In order to understand the Filipino  culture and the development of the Filipino individual, one has to understand the un...
The resulting blend of this mixture of influences, which are sometimes             conflicting, is uniquely Filipino in ch...
a blend of the rich Christian      values of Europethe pragmatic and democratic      values of America spiritual values o...
basic social unit in our society.      It is here where values and principles are                  nurtured and imbibed.  ...
 Situation where an individualis required to return a favor or        service received.  However, the return of such  ser...
            “Bathala na”    It reflects the Filipino„s       dependence on the  supernatural being and on Tendency to mov...
Hardwork and  Industry                                         Pakikipagkapwa-TaoFaith and                               ...
Passivity and Lack of      Initiative                                           Extreme Personalism   Colonial           ...
Filipino Citizenship              Values
            The given set of          values is inherently          within each Filipino.     GOAL: To awaken these value...
       THE VALUE                       THE VALUE OF   THE          OF                       CONCERN FOR                  ...
THE VALUE OF RESPECT FOR LIFE       Treat life with respect and life itself will reveal its beauty to              you.
THE VALUE OF CONCERN FOR THE   FAMILY AND THE FUTURE        GENERATIONS                        “We can get so involved in...
THE VALUE OF         TRUTH            The Truth about Lies (2004)  Lies are said in the place of truth…  Why not prefer t...
THE VALUE OF   JUSTICE           Justice is giving every      man his due.
THE VALUE OF     EQUALITY                  Each man may differ in worldly stature, but     each one bears the same amount...
THE VALUE OF PROMOTION OF THE COMMON GOOD                  The real heroes among us are those who     live their lives da...
THE VALUE OF CONCERNFOR THE ENVIRONMENT         
Filipino Core Values, Characteristics and Citizenship Morals
Filipino Core Values, Characteristics and Citizenship Morals
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A presentation about FILIPINOS and their core values and characteristics.
Before starting a business in the Philippines, know first how people of this island communicate and more. (The information and details in this presentation were compiled and presented by Dannuel Mayye Delizo and Faye Nicole Juania - ETYSBM Students of Mapua Institute of Technology) *This presentation has animations. Download the file for better manifestation.*

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Filipino Core Values, Characteristics and Citizenship Morals

  1. 1. FILIPINO COREVALUES, CHARACTERISTICS, CITZENSHIP MORALS A Report By: DELIZO, Dannuel Mayye S. JUANIA, Faye Nicole M.
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  3. 3. From the latin word “valere” which means to be strong and vigorous. Values in a society give meaning and direction to every individual„s life and influence his humanWHAT behavior. Collectively, the values of IS a society would be theVALUE standards or principles ? for which an act is judged to be what is right or wrong, correct or incorrect. From the premise that a human person has to have strength or valor in every endeavor. Ralph Barton Perry. General Theory of Value (New York: Longsmans, Green & Co. , 1926)
  4. 4. “value is an existing realization of desire.” -Edgar Sheffield Brightman “things, persons, ideas or goals which are important to life; anything which enables life to be understood, evaluated, and directed.” (Dr. Tomas Q. D. Andres (1986) )
  5. 5.  the principles on which every member of the Filipino society shouldpersevere to attain in order to reach the ultimate realization of his Mapua Institute of Technology, CWTS Module 3
  6. 6. In order to understand the Filipino culture and the development of the Filipino individual, one has to understand the underlying values on which every Filipino acts.A study on the Filipino values would provide us a deeper http://planipolis.iiep.unesco.org/upload/Philippines/Philippines
  7. 7. The resulting blend of this mixture of influences, which are sometimes conflicting, is uniquely Filipino in character.Composed of a mixture of different races which influenced the lifestyle and values being practiced in the Philippine community. http://www.philippinecountry.com/philippine_culture/philippine_society.html
  8. 8. a blend of the rich Christian values of Europethe pragmatic and democratic values of America spiritual values of Asia. http://www.dole.gov.ph/abudhabi/about.html
  9. 9. basic social unit in our society. It is here where values and principles are nurtured and imbibed. Tradition of close family ties - long been practiced and considered as our society‟s foundation. “The State recognizes the Filipino family as thefoundation of the nation.” (Article XV, Section 1 of the 1987 Philippine Constitution) Flerida Ruth P. Romero,, Philippine Family Law @ law.upd.edu.ph
  10. 10.  Situation where an individualis required to return a favor or service received. However, the return of such service or favor cannot be translated into monetary equivalent, and may FRANCIS DANCEL, UTANG NA LOOB: A PHILOSOPHICAL ANALYSIS
  11. 11.  “Bathala na” It reflects the Filipino„s dependence on the supernatural being and on Tendency to move toward the fate. commonly conceivedprocrastination character of the http://www.bahala-na.co.uk/
  12. 12. Hardwork and Industry Pakikipagkapwa-TaoFaith and Family OrientedReligiosity Joy and Humor Ability to Survive Flexibility and Adaptibility http://www.crvp.org/book/Series03/III-7/chapter_iv.htm
  13. 13. Passivity and Lack of Initiative Extreme Personalism Colonial Etxreme Family Mentality Centeredness Lack of Discipline Kanya-Kanya Syndrome Lack of Self-Analysis and Self-Reflection http://www.crvp.org/book/Series03/III-7/chapter_iv.htm
  14. 14. Filipino Citizenship Values
  15. 15.  The given set of values is inherently within each Filipino. GOAL: To awaken these values amongst us and hopefully, later on, inspire us to practice it in our everyIf carried out, it day lives. as a vehicle can serveand reinforcement towards our goal ofrealizing social change and progress.
  16. 16.  THE VALUE THE VALUE OF THE OF CONCERN FOR THE FAMILY VALUE RESPECT FOR LIFE AND THE FUTURE OF GENERATIONS TRUTH THE VALUE THE OF THE VALUE VALUE PROMOTION OF OF EQUALITY OF THE COMMON JUSTICE GOOD THE VALUE OF CONCERN FOR THE ENVIRONMENThttp://issuu.com/monz54/docs/introduction_to_basicvaluesofgoodcitizenship
  17. 17. THE VALUE OF RESPECT FOR LIFE Treat life with respect and life itself will reveal its beauty to you.
  18. 18. THE VALUE OF CONCERN FOR THE FAMILY AND THE FUTURE GENERATIONS “We can get so involved in what we are doing that we forget why we are doing it. We are so involved in living that we forget the purpose of living. We get so involved in pursuing the things money can buy that we forget about the things that money can„t buy.”
  19. 19. THE VALUE OF TRUTH The Truth about Lies (2004) Lies are said in the place of truth… Why not prefer to tell the truth than settle for a lie? There are no half-truths or white lies… It‘s either you say the truth or tell a lie! A million lies cannot make up a single truth… You can never transform a lie into truth. It‟s easier to tell the truth than tell a lie… With the truth, you merely have to state the facts: With lies, you‘d have to cook up a thousand alibis. You‟ll know when your lies have caught up with you… When you begin to believe in them as being the truth. In the end, we find but a single truth about lie That there is No Truth and No Good in Lies.
  20. 20. THE VALUE OF JUSTICE Justice is giving every man his due.
  21. 21. THE VALUE OF EQUALITY Each man may differ in worldly stature, but each one bears the same amount of dignity as another and all share one common destiny.
  22. 22. THE VALUE OF PROMOTION OF THE COMMON GOOD The real heroes among us are those who live their lives daily in genuine concern for the welfare of the others.
  23. 23. THE VALUE OF CONCERNFOR THE ENVIRONMENT 
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