Filipi no Valu es

Mark Lester M. Chico
MS DevCom

Value s

Intimately related to the search for meaning in people¶s lives. Goals of man¶s striving. Existing realizations of desire. Things that are chosen from a number of options and alternatives, and treasured because they are good,

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Value s

What were and are known to Filipinos are the negative features of their values. People always hear about the bad aspect of pakikisama, barkada, hiya, bata-bata system and others.

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Value s

The Filipinos always talk about the negative aspect of ningas-kugon. Soap operas always depict the negative values of pagibig, that is, mapagsamantalang pagibig.

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Value s

Even children shows such as cartoons portray negative Filipino values. Stories in the newspapers are all about the negative values of the Filipino as manloloob. With all these, there are many features yet to be discovered in Filipino Values.

Centeno (1999)

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Clarifyi ng Filipin o There is a need to clarify Filipino values Values and this is based on the
belief that values are personal matters and that they cannot be of much importance unless they go through people¶s lives.

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Clarifyi ng Filipin o It is not enough that people Values lands, nor provide them acquire
schools to educate them, nor expose them to modern facilities, nor teach them modern ways of living.

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Clarifyi ng Filipin o What is essential is a transformation in people¶s Values on life, society and outlook
values, so that the human being is the one who functions as an efficient instrument for advancement and progress.

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Clarifyi ng Filipin o Filipinos must reiterate their values. Values
For reorienting these values, they must be deeply trained in the Filipino philosophy of values and skills in value-clarification.

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Clarifyi ng Filipin o Identifying meaning of Filipino values and tracing its historical Values transformations are the key
elements in creatively planning future positive redirections of Filipino values.

Clarifyi ng Filipin o Values transplanted to the Filipinos may not really be their Values values. true
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Its authenticity is affected by the society they belong to, their parents, peers, religion and the

Clarifyi ng Filipin o The more people are exposed to the values from various factors, Valuesmore they are likely to imitate the
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or believe in them.

Vitaliano Gorospe said that Filipino values are ambivalent in the sense that they can be good or evil, a help or hindrance to personal and national development, depending on how they are understood, practiced or lived.

Filipino Values:

Filipino values such as pakikisama, hiya, and utang na loob are naturally good because they satisfy basic needs. But these are prone to negative connotations depending on how these PAOCR (1972) values are portrayed, perceived or practiced.

Filipino Values:

Sociologists still claim that these values are laudable values when practiced within bounds of reason.

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Filipino Values:

Values have this characteristic called bipolarity, meaning one value can have two interpretations. Every Filipino value has a positive and a negative polarity. Every value has a counter-value.

Filipino Values:

Filipinos have their own identity. They just perceive it so negative, so selfdestructive that it ultimately leads to social disorientation. Thus, the society will be divided because of the negative values of the Soler (1972) people.

Filipino Values:

The Filipinos are basically religious, intelligent, sensitive, efficient, diligent and honest. However, the positive values of Filipinos take on negative appearances.

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Filipino Values:

Examples: religion is used for the instant solution of his material needs; family solidarity based on selfdefense becomes individualism;
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Filipino Values:

the perpetual consideration of possibilities is called ambivalence, indecision, inaction and laziness; disregard of an uncertain future is termed anticipation, orientation to the present moment of lack of planning PAOCR
(1972)

Filipino Values:

The Filipinos must learn to manage their values properly. They must look for the positive side of their values and cast away the negative side. The negative dimension is just one polarity of their values and they can Andres (1989) always do something about it.

Filipino Values:

Filipino Values as True Filipino Values True values are not
dictated upon people. It is only after people have seen and understood the implication of their choice can a true value-formation take

Filipino Values as True Filipino Values Filipino values are true
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values if people act upon them with pattern, uniformity, and repetition. These values are freely chosen by Filipinos after considering the

Filipino Values as True Filipino Values A true value is prized and
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cherished and publicly affirmed. Imposing Western values to Filipinos resulted to Filipino¶s lack of selfidentity.

Filipino Values as True Filipino Values Foreign colonizers, to
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their advantage, gave the Filipinos an alien set of values. Yet, there are many sound ideas and values that are truly Filipino

Filipino Values as True Filipino Values Filipino values are true
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Filipino values even if they are influenced by foreigners and other new values of the contemporary industrialized society.

Filipino Values as True Filipino Values
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Foreign colonizers influenced the Filipino values in a way that the Filipino reacted in a manner uniquely Filipino.

Filipino Values as True Filipino Values Filipino values become

genuine Filipino values by eliminating the undesirable, preserving the desirable and introducing new values which will help our people develop an enviable personality and

strong family ties ± family-oriented, close family relationship religiosity ± strong faith in God humor ± sense of joy/happiness even in the midst of problems

Positiv e Filipino Values

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pakikisama/ pakikipagkapwatao ± companionship, friendship, camaraderie bahala na ± determination in the face of uncertainty utang na loob ± gratitude

Positiv e Filipino Values

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balato ± sharing one¶s fortune hospitality ± generosity, Filipino hospitality pagsasabi ng ³po´ at ³opo´/paggalang ± obedience to elders using words

Positiv e Filipino Values

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pagmamano/paghali k sa kamay ng nakatatanda ± obedience to elders using actions lambing ± caress kapit-bisig ± brotherhood, helping others in times of need

Positiv e Filipino Values

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Negati ve Filipino Values

colonial mentality ± believing in other country¶s/culture¶s capabilities than one¶s own inferiority complex ± believing that one¶s self is inferior to others

lack of discipline
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Negati ve Filipino Values

crab mentality ± does not allow others to get ahead of one¶s self mañana habit ± also known as ³mamaya na,´ procrastination

Enriquez (1992)

hiya ± shame, lack of confidence biro o kantyaw ± joke/tease ningas-kugon ± doing too many things at the same time that none is accomplished

Negati ve Filipino Values

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Negati ve Filipino Values

tampo ± resentment; affective disappointment metikuloso ± meticulousness and attention to detail sisi ± blaming oneself or others

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Negati ve Filipino Values

mapamahiin ± believing in superstitions inggit ± jealousy

Negati ve Filipino Values

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