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SCIENCE Science resulted from our curiosities and inner desires to know and understand the things that happen within us, in this world we live in, and eventually the universe. Hence, science is a way of knowing. But science doesn’t stop there; because of that curiosity, we try to investigate; we make observations and then we try to form explanations and predictions. And to make the explanations trustworthy, we make tests to prove that it’s unbiased. By continually doing all those things, we gradually formed a systematic and improved ‘way of knowing’; it now becomes a process. No. of words: 95 References: BOOK: Campbell, N. & Reese, J. Biology. 6th edition. San Francisco: Benjamin Cummings. INTERNET: www.wikipedia.org ENGINEERING Engineering is the way of improving the world we live in and how we live in it. Since science have discovered that our world have these natural resources, then engineering utilizes these discoveries by finding ways on how to make use of it, and create new things to enhance our lifestyle and to provide us with much comfort. Engineering provides the best and practical solutions to our problems in daily living, and provides us also with the necessary tools to our battle against the changing times while at the same time ensures our safety at large and the environment. No. of words: 99 References: BOOK: Fung, Y.C. & Tong, P. (2001). Classical and Computational Solid Mechanics. World Scientific. INTERNET: www.wikipedia.org ECONOMICS Economics, in etymology, means the ‘rules of the household’. It is the management, production, and the consumption of one’s accumulated or acquired wealth due to hard work and labor depending upon its source. The quantity of his wealth may vary depending upon his attitudes towards labor, and towards his consumption and management of the goods and services. His choices (how he plans practical solutions and how he responds to different situations) and actions (how he carry out the plans) greatly affects his prosperity. No. of words: 83 References:

Human rights are exercised . highly centralized command economy this is because international trade is highly restricted. everyone is eligible to vote and to be elected but political dynasty is exercised in the presidential seat. article by Michael Frank.wikipedia. 14 March 2002 Dutch stamp dealer back home after arrest in North Korea.nkeconwatch. No. Human rights in North Korea are very stiff since their citizens are not allowed to freely speak their minds. Retrieved 2009-07-04.Countries by commodity".Korean products. "U. 2005. With an Acknowledgment". South Korea’s government operates like that of the Philippines. furor for S. Retrieved 2010-09-08. the president is elected directly by the people. North Korea. Amnesty International. 16 August 2011 In limited N. B. Helene (March 7. International Monetary Fund. At present. (1998). North and South Korea Although both shared the same Korean Peninsula. And unlike the South.org B. Cooper. 2006 Economic Growth Rates of Advanced Economies. and salt. Westport. The executive branch is headed by the president. INTERNET: www. Releases Rights Report. has near-autarkic. The New York Times North Korea: Human Rights Concerns. 2007). November 28. it is divided into three branches: executive. copper. from the site www. The three braches functions the same way as that of the Philippines. January 6. . North and South Korea differed in many areas. taken from Tong-il Hankuk newspaper. and is the only elected member in the national executive. except that their legislative branch is a unicameral legislature. UN FAO Statistics Division. Joon Ang Ilbo. In North Korea. The Hankyoreh. South Korea was regarded as the world’s 8th largest exporter mainly because their economy focuses greatly on their export trade since they have almost no natural resources due to their small territory. Political-economy: A comparative approach.Korean market. however. CT: Preager. Interview by staff reporter.com. North Korea has substantial natural resources such as iron and zinc. judicial. and legislative. of words: 196 References: ARTICLES:        BOOKS: Local factories in North Korea. coal. 2011 "MAJOR FOOD AND AGRICULTURAL COMMODITIES AND PRODUCERS .S.BOOK: Clark.

Under the Loving Care of the Fatherly Leader: North Korea and the Kim Dynasty. North". ‘it is not ok’ because he feels inferior to the people around him. The child interprets this as an act of abandonment and thus he is ‘not ok’ with it. First one is the ‘I’m Not Ok – You’re Ok’ position where the point of view of the adults. switching from one to the other in different times. wherein he experiences the power of locomotion. A Century of Change.com http://www. The Parent state is formed during the first five years of life.com/products/indices/international_equit C. the child is ‘ok’ since he receives much stroking but for the child. The third one is the ‘I’m Ok – You’re Not OK’ position where the child continues to experience abandonment and . These states are produced by the recollection of the recorded memories of every person from childhood up to the present. Parent. Retrieved 2010-0517. Korea. in transactional analysis there are four life positions that are being characterized. The Child state is formed in the midst of observing the influential people around him. Eric Berne has called these states as Child. he can now decide for himself and can distinguish life from what he knows. Harris. felt. and experienced. Kleiner. Dr. You’re OK by Thomas A. his hidden reactions in response to their views are registered here. No. and his present self.wikipedia. The World Factbook. and Adult. Bradley K. he experiences self-actualization and in effect.org www.nkeconwatch. his own parents. acted in an enforcing and domineering conduct like that of his parents. respectively. Harris Four Life Positions: According to Dr. Seeing the child doing well alone. limits the stroking. THINKING DEVELOPMENT Three Ego-states of the Person: Every human being carries three persons inside of him: his three year-old self. 2009. where the influence of the people surrounding him plays a significant role. JüRgen (2001). ISBN 0-312-32322-0 www.com www. ISBN 9789810246570. He can now do things of his own. having recognized this. of words: 203 References: Book: I’m Ok.economywatch. The Adult state is developed by the age of ten months. Martin. Child state comes out where emotions dominate logic.   INTERNET:     "Korea. When prompted. everything he had witnessed and observed from his parents’ conducts are being stored in his memories and thus when triggered. The second is the ‘I’m Not Ok – You’re Not Ok’ where the child is progressing in his growth and the parent.mscibarra. the parent is also ‘not ok’.

he chooses to believe they are ‘ok’. Lanao del Norte’s population increase is rapid and must therefore be monitored continually to avoid further problems such as poverty. Meanwhile. of words: 207 References: Book: I’m Ok. He thinks that he is ‘ok’ (nothing’s wrong with me) and they‘re the ones whose at fault (they’re ‘not ok’). Harris D. Here. it is far from the dangers of poverty and still experiences subsistence. You’re OK by Thomas A. The population increase in Mindanao is justifiable with respect to the number of years it took.so resorts to self-healing. No. What is the significance of the population increases? In poverty? Or subsistence? In the following population increases. For now. of Words: 106 . we can get that the population increase in the Philippines and in Mindanao is still justifiable but should not be taken lightly. the Philippines compared to the year 1606 to 1903. No. Based from the data given. The fourth one is the ‘I’m Ok – You’re Ok’. the person is convinced that he is ‘ok’ and whether or not the other party is not ok. the latter’s increase is gradual. and to the year 1903 up to 2000. This is quite different from the three because it is not made unconsciously. economically.

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