The pride that people have for their nation can be beneficial, but it is often taken to extremity, which has caused many issues throughout history. Nationalism here in the Philippines is such a good thing in a way that our people were able to create a national identity that we know today. But I hope that this nation should not use nationalism to make our country feel superior to the nations beyond it. It must say that all men are created equal.
Meeting people from different countries and backgrounds can be very exciting. Yet the boundaries between different cultures can be easily formulated or evoked, which would be further strengthened or complicated by the division between locals and migrants. For example, in Singapore, the sentence I often hear is that “Singaporean Chinese and mainland Chinese are different.” What happens usually in a multi-cultural context is grouping around the same culture unless a stronger bondage is formulated, such as a common goal. My own experience as an international student teaches me that multiculturalism needs constant effort. Thus, another motif that drives me to do a PhD is to explore how different cultures/ideologies can really understand each other, how boundaries are drawn and how cosmopolitanism can be realized.
Billings (2011), mass media can be described as being “…both an umbrella and a plural term. It brings together a range of communicative technologies, institutions, audiences, practices and texts while reaffirming that the constituents of this implied singular entity are, instead, multiple, different and irreducible.” Media has a significant role to play in modern society. It can cause serious changes and improve social situation as it affects our civil, cultural, political, economic and aesthetic outlook. An example is Mediacorp, which is the biggest broadcaster in Singapore. As the national broadcaster, Mediacorp is regularly seeking new ways to provide valued content for their viewers.
A basic understanding on the part of other members of the public is also desirable because it increases their awareness of the implications of the legal system in the Philippines as well as in any parts of the world, regarding the rights, duties, and obligations pertaining to real property. As a real estate professional whether as a broker, appraiser, or consultant, it is important to have an understanding of the rationale of the law in order to render quality service to clients. As an investor, the basic knowledge of the real estate laws will protect you from financial losses caused by shady transactions or inconvenience brought about by lawsuits arising from said
There will be so much change if we put love instead of hate. Let us stop being a negatron and instead tell good stories of Filipinos and the Philippines. Let us start nation building, it doesn't have to be big. Remember we are all an inspiration and let us strive to be the best with others. Finally, we can say it ourselves, on how we love believing that there is still so much hope for this country to turn around.
One can see people’s inclination to a specific trend thereby adopting it as one of their own. This becomes dominant in time, overshadowing the society’s original practice. Such is another form of neocolonialism called hegemony—the domination of one social group (and its language) over another. The dominant language becomes a ssstandard of class and elitism, and preference to it gives a blind assurance to grow economically. In the Philippines, English is the hegemon overpowering even the national language.
The benefits entrenched are to parties beyond the dispute, which regulates the children which are born of the relationship as well as subsequent partners. Moreover, evidence to support the existence of such pros as well as vital fiscal considerations that can be garnered not only from Malaysia but also throughout the world, with the high regard for family mediation. The Malaysian Government can no longer ignore such significant support for the method and definitely should adopt measures which will lead to its increased use in Malaysia. Next, it has been proven that litigation only makes things worse for the parties, their children and any subsequent partners and indeed society from all walks of life. Furthermore, it is very apparent that court processes are just a pain in the society due to the lengthy processes and what not.
Ambivalence is a recurring and happy experience because it takes cognizance of both the ways of life, of both cultures. In this age of growing global co-operation and understanding the human cry for cultural coexistence, has become very relevant. If complete cultural assimilation is impossible, total insularity against other cultures is undesirable and smothering for a culture. Culture is a dynamic process and hence it has to grow and change. Kamala Markandaya is also sensitive to this facet of cultural dynamics and thus have articulated the subtle co-presence of two cultures in our life.
It is precisely this flexible distribution channel, whether it is deemed systematic or not, that works as the substratum for the dynamic existence of sachet marketing in the Philippines. The researchers believed that to be able to acquire the answers to
Philippine Government Should Take Measures Against the Historical Revisionism of the Marcos Regime History is one of the most crucial parts of a nation. It influences what a nation thinks, but more importantly, how a nation thinks. History, as they say, is the backbone of a nation as it supports a country and its people. It helps us understand where we come from and who we are (Dodson, 2015), and studying it allows us to be inspired from the accomplishments made by the society, as well as to learn from the mistakes that were committed in the past by our ancestors, and in turn, apply what we have learned from there for the betterment and progress of the society today. By definition, history is a continuous, typically chronological, record