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Junelle B.

Barcena BS Architecture 2012-31465 Social Science 1 – Synthesis Paper

Conditioning Classical conditioning is the process of evoking a response from an organism using a stimulus that is unrelated to the response. This is done by using both a related and unrelated stimulus repeatedly to achieve the desired response. Over time, the subject will respond to the unrelated stimulus even without the presence of the related stimulus. For instance, on the show How I Met Your Mother which I am a big fan of, the characters Marshall and Lily are married and live in their own apartment. Marshall wasn’t one to frequently brush his teeth before bed, so every time he practiced good oral hygiene, Lily would be waiting naked in their bedroom as a reward. However, she does not tell Marshall that it is a reward. Over time, Marshall would notice that he would start to get an erection while flossing. This is an example of putting two stimuli together to produce a single reaction, related to one stimulus and unrelated to the other. Operant conditioning is the process of learning with a voluntary response is being strengthened or weakened, depending on its favorable or unfavorable consequences. An example of this is how I developed my dislike for street food especially kikiam. I only had kikiam once in my life and I got sick for several days after that, although I’m fairly certain that my illness was unrelated to me consuming kikiam. Nevertheless, I avoid eating kikiam or any other street food even if I was offered some for free.

Thinking, Concepts, and Prototype Thinking is the manipulation of the images of information we see in our mind’s eye. People see mental images in their minds, images which are associated with a tangible object or an abstract idea or concept. For instance, whenever somebody mentions the major brand Nestle, I immediately picture starving and abused workers miserably picking coffee beans from the fields. I recently found out about the anomalies going on with Nestle and its workers and have never disassociated the maltreated workers with the company. In my head, the Nestle logo and even the word itself symbolize miserable workers. Concepts are the mental categorization of things that share common characteristics. For example, I only have three concepts for food: salt, sugar, and rice/tasteless carbs. Things that fall under “salt” include meat and cheese-flavored junk food, while things that fall under sugar include candy, fruits, and caffeinated and carbonated drinks. Bread and most Filipino delicacies fall under tasteless carbs. I don’t eat much anything apart from those I’ve mentioned above, because in my head, they’re not worth it. Even food itself is a concept, and the items people usually associate with it are all the things in the world that are edible. Prototypes are the mental images that best represent concepts for each individual person. They are the images that are immediately conjured in our mind’s eye whenever a concept is mentioned. For instance, the first car I’ve encountered was my dad’s jeepney-type red car that was basically spare parts from different models put together. It was our family car and we drove everywhere in it. Whenever people mention cars, it’s my dad’s weird, red car that comes to mind, because it’s my prototype of a car. Prototypes are also different for each person, depending on their schema, or set of experiences. An example of this could be the faces we associate with names in our head. If I

our prototypes for John are different. It is not necessarily measured by our grades in school or with the amount of trivia we know. I figured there was a connection with their fascination with death and violence (as these are usually the themes of their songs) to the fact that they all grew up in New Jersey. the John you know is most likely different from the John I know. because I analyzed the data I had at hand and interpreted it based on what I had understood. A motivated person is somebody . since there are more than a million Johns in the world and everybody knows at least one. think rationally. Motivation Motivation is described as being the driving force behind many of our actions. I exhibited intelligence at least on some level. However. I believe their fascination stems from the fact that almost all of them have witnessed crimes and hear frequent news of murder and other crimes. because we have a different set of friends. When I conceptualized that theory. I know a lot of information about the band My Chemical Romance and have all the members’ birthdays and hometowns memorized by heart. Intelligence Intelligence is our capacity to understand the world. as well as the actions of other organisms. rather it just shows that I am obsessed with them. but this does not show that I am intelligent.mentioned the name John. you would probably think of a different John. which is considered one of the most dangerous states in the US. rather it focuses on our analytical abilities and how we use or brain to effectively understand and interpret stimuli. even while they were growing up. and use our resources effectively when faced with challenges. For instance. It directs and energizes our actions. Thus.

to do great things for our country.who has reason to do the things he/she does. and the extent of its influence depends on the person. They can also tell when I’m angry or depressed because I would stop talking altogether and I would prefer spend most of my time asleep. so I never slack off in school so she has at least somebody to be proud of when it comes to academics. I know how it feels to be disappointed and I don’t want my mom to get that from me. Emotion Emotions are essentially just feelings that influence our behavior. my motivation to study hard is the failure of my siblings to do so. it is still substantially lower compared to the rates of private universities. For instance. Emotions can be as strong as wrath or bliss or as trivial as simply being amused or irritated. Emotions manifest themselves heavily in our daily lives so much so that we are able to identify how a person is feeling just by looking at him or her. For instance. I realize that even if my mom pays for my tuition fee. They have both psychological and cognitive elements. as well as on the other scholars of this university. and there are many theories about how it works as it is and how it figures with human behavior. I know that I owe it to the country and the Filipino taxpayers to do well in my schooling because they are depending on me. my friends can usually tell when I’m really happy because I never stop talking or cracking up jokes. I am motivated to do better in my academics also because I know it is expected of me being a scholar of a state university. .

The auxiliary or secondary function is the function that supports one’s dominant function. but I can’t actually recreate the entire situation in my head. This just means that I like to look at past and current concrete situations and data. Being an ISTJ. and how we choose to live our lives. which is extraverted thinking. if people ask me how attractive a certain person is. in turn. that I always compare my present situation with something similar in the past. These personalities are based on our preferences and grouped into four categories: how we gain energy. how deep his/her eyes are set. This is most evident in the fact that I usually create a mental schedule in the morning based on the things I’m supposed to do. my auxiliary function is Te. I can also recall complete names and specific places from as far back as 2000. and etc. tertiary. and inferior. This goes to show how attentive I am to detail. The dominant or primary function is the function that most strongly governs one’s personality. There are 16 personality types based on the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI). which was extrapolated from Carl Jung’s work. has four functions: dominant. and is usually the second most dominant function. and which means that I use ordered. Each personality. which is introverted sensing. my dominant function is Si.Personality Personality is makeup of the characteristics of a person that produce consistency in their behavior. I would support my answer with more detailed explanations in terms of how straight that person’s nose is. This also means that I have great attention to detail and I’m usually the first to notice whenever there are changes even as subtle as a slight shift in color. and I follow that schedule . how we process information. how he/she grooms his/her hair. how we make decisions. For instance. if I had ever been in the same situation. auxiliary. deductive logic based on objective criteria and hierarchies. According to the MBTI.

Every time I go off schedule. meaning somebody who has this function looks at possibilities and meanings behind things. It is also the function opposite to the auxiliary. I also depend heavily post-it’s. It is usually the function that people do not feel comfortable using until they are ready to do so. where it can be an eye-opening asset. so far I’ve found only one person who fits the criteria. it is not always that I create checklists and schedules. which is introverted feeling. However. Te being is my auxiliary function. I always make sure I can compensate for it some other time. and my reserved nature conflicts with my want to know this person more. meaning somebody who has this function knows what they value and also has the ability to see through people. and although I know which things in life are important to me. and even . as well as have a desire to connect with people who they share the same values with. Although I do have a nagging desire to be friends with people who share the same views and values as I do. I also always honor deadlines and never submit requirements late if I can help it. It is mostly unconscious and is often the cause of misunderstanding and stress. I’m also quite gullible (which is the opposite of seeing through people). which is extroverted intuition. This is especially true for me because I see things as they are. my room is cluttered with those little yellow pieces of papers and each one has a checklist on it of things that I’m supposed to do. I have yet to make a decision as to which of these things matters the most. I can safely say that haven’t developed this function yet. Lastly. I only do so when I feel it is necessary or if I feel like I need more organization. usually in midlife.throughout the day. the inferior or least function is a person’s weakness. The tertiary function is the function that is usually not developed until later in life. when they are completely comfortable using the dominant and auxiliary functions. Being only 17 years old. An ISTJ’s tertiary function is Fi. An ISTJ’s inferior function is Ne.

ethnicity. It is not something we alone decide for ourselves. part-Waray from my dad and part-Bicolana from my mom. and partly collective or social. and this includes gender. Identity Identity is our understanding of who we are or who other people are. identity is only partly personal. if a line in a poem goes. To me. Thus. A primary identity is formed early in life. I . For instance.if I like to write. because identity also includes how people look at us or who we are to other people. interpreting the work of others is a huge challenge for me. Secondary identities are built on primary identities and include traits associated with occupational roles and social status positions. Being an architecture student. it’s just that: the curtain was literally colored blue. or I would not have looked into the meanings behind the windows at all. These are perhaps gained starting from one’s neighbourhood. For instance. if any. For instance. on one of our walking tours of the UP Diliman campus as part of the requirements for my Arch 16 class. Had I not been told this. he/she would probably interpret the curtains as a metaphor and the color blue as an emotion the author was feeling at the time the poem was written. or the presence of a disability. For instance. it’s also very hard for me to interpret design elements.” to somebody whose dominant function is extroverted intuition. Identity is also multi-layered. I would have assumed that the windows were American influence. part of my primary identity is that I am a heterosexual female and I am Filipino. then later on at work. “The curtains were blue. then at school. when I was in high school. with people having primary and secondary identities. my professor explained that the frequent use of awning windows and columns in the campus buildings was a way to mimic the windows and stilts of the traditional bahay kubo. however.

and gestures. communication does not depend on the words alone. According to Erving Goffman. it causes the other person to feel uncomfortable and insecure. rather. yet you do not engage them in conversation probably because you haven’t formally met. body language. when I went to the Freshie Concert held last July. if they are keen. Focused interaction on the other hand is directly attending to what one is saying or doing. and the opposite is true for them. tell the difference between those who are sincere and not. but I wasn’t speaking to them. Most of the time. Interaction Social interaction is communication between people using words (verbally) and/or body language (nonverbally). When the rules of social interaction are broken. Unfocused interaction is the mutual awareness of the presence of people around you. This is how most people.was usually assigned as the group leader because that was how my classmates perceived me to be. and because I always showed initiative when put in a group. and is supplemented by facial expressions. but there is no need for subsequent conversation). there are two types of interactions with people: focused and unfocused. intentionally or unintentionally. Being an iskolar ng bayan is also a part of my secondary identity. This . there was unfocused interaction between me and the rest of the crowd. or you are practicing civil inattention (which is the acknowledgement of one’s presence when you meet. because it wasn’t something I was born with. as is the case between two people in conversation or a teacher supervising his students’ work. it’s a title I had worked hard to earn. For instance. such as the case in interactional vandalism where a person becomes somewhat unpredictable. I knew they were there and acknowledged their existence.

In addition to their raging hormones. mature adulthood. the later life. we looked forward to the next. and this is usually the period in our lives where the most important thing in life is playtime and fun. but there . they have to deal with being treated as children when trying to act like adults. Before that. This game usually resulted in skinned knees and elbows for each of us. The Life Course Humans are the only beings on earth who are self-aware. Childhood includes the period between infancy and teenage years. the members of which are treated as children by society but adult laws apply to them. however. People who are undergoing childhood are called children. puberty. Puberty is the period concerning our teenage years. young adulthood. If we got bored with that. For instance. when I was a child. For instance. which is about 3-11 years old. While this is true for many. death. that is.is also the kind of interaction that takes place when I talk to my friends at lunch or to my mom on the phone. we would chase pedicabs and attempt to surf on the back without it stopping. we go through a series of phases called the life course. and being expected to act like adults when they engage in childish acts. we are the only organisms who are aware of our existence and aware of our impending death. not all teenagers lash out at the people who frustrate them. This is different from the life cycle in the sense that it focuses more on our changes in behaviour rather than on our biological growth. I would play street games with my friends after class or during the weekends. This is the primary reason teenagers are always acting up and being rebellious. and lastly. but it didn’t matter because it was fun. The life course includes childhood. my mom is not as strict compared to my friends’ parents. After we said goodbye at the end of the day.

my mom was already making a decent living and knew she could support at least two people with her income. which is where we live now. This comprises the bulk of one’s life if he/she reached retiring age. she eventually she got assigned to places like Davao. rather they would focus on their careers and pursue their dreams while they have no dependents and commitments. Over time. and usually starts around the early to mid-30’s. I would become frustrated at this. where she met my dad. For instance. As her rank rose. but not once have I acted upon my frustration. my mom raised us by herself. Aklan. Afterwards. create families. After a few more years. and become stable in their careers. right after my mom graduated from college. For instance. but we’re still pretty well-off . They typically live independently and usually don’t have any plans of settling down. People in their 20’s and even 30’s are classified as young adults. She ended up working for the government. they were able to buy a house and settle down in Tacloban City. Manila. They enjoyed about five more years alone together before having children. and Samar. they married. both of them in their late 20’s. Cebu. and even if my dad didn’t have a job. They had been together for 17 years when my dad passed away in 2003. it paid off. At that time. raise their children. my mom enjoyed her young adult life and married my dad in her early 30’s.are times when she doesn’t allow me to go to out because she doesn’t think I’m old enough. out of respect. Naturally. She would then give me chores to do and say that I’m too old to be lying around and being idle. so as to achieve stability. and focused on her career. Mature adulthood is the period where people usually settle down. she immediately sought work so she could send one of her sisters to college as well. This is an example of a young adult focusing more on career before settling down.

is probably one of the most workaholic elderly I’ve encountered. peers. the more agencies of socialization we come into contact with. she would shrug them off and tell them she can handle it. but ever since her children moved out had their own families. school. It is the period where people usually retire from their jobs. If people told her to rest. who is my dad’s mother. Ideally. and where we learn most about our culture and how we figure in society. Many people in this phase feel that they are incompetent because they are no longer working for the society. The older we get. which was what she did for her family before they all left. . and this is because my mom made sure to achieve stability in her career when she was a young adult. and usually people offer to do things for them with the assumption that they need help. When she’s visiting. it is our families that we initially socialize with. so to compensate for that feeling. she would sweep the backyard five times. If a single leaf fell from the mango tree five times at different time intervals.compared to most families. she frequently visits them despite having back problems. she would sweep the entire thing. my grandmother. This is an example of an elderly who probably feels incompetent and would rather not be. Agencies of Socialization Groups where significant processes of socialization occur are agencies of socialization. as if she weren’t satisfied with whoever did that chore before. she would always be doing household chores even when they’ve already been done. she would do as many chores as she can believing that what she is doing is helping and serving others. She was a homemaker all her life. Later life comes after mature adulthood. and is also called the third age. and even the mass media. These include our family. For instance. If there was so much as a single stray leaf on the backyard.

especially the mother. and I mimicked his every move. my mom told me that I followed my elder brother around and did everything he did. They are expected to sit still. to hear mass. my behaviour was frowned upon by my teachers and they worked hard to discipline me and groomed me to become a better-behaved pupil. as is the case when I grew older and saw flaws in being a religious fanatic as well as losing faith altogether. He was unruly as young boys are. making me unruly as well. is the agency of socialization we first come into contact with. My parents explained how faith was important not only because what we had did not come solely from the two of them. and learn as much as they can. be quiet. in turn. They would threaten to let me stand in a corner facing the wall if I ever misbehaved. because seldom do we see children being raised away from their parents. before I started school. It worked. the one who begins our enculturation. For instance. growing up in a Roman Catholic family. but also because religion basically dictated how we were supposed to act towards other people. The school is also one of the earlier agents of socialization we encounter. a reinforcement of learning how we are supposed to act around other people. This is also the unit we spend most of our early life interacting with. Children usually start school around four or five years old. When I started school however. teaches us how to socialize and interact appropriately. was one of the worst punishments anybody could ever receive. according to the customs and traditions. I have been taught from an early age to believe in only one God.The family. but I learned instead to control how I . and to pray before every meal and every night before bed. It is the family who first teaches us the values and norms of society. Of course. This. For instance. not everything a parent tells his/her child to believe in is being unquestioningly absorbed by the child. which. as well as be nice to other children and be polite to their elders. and it is there that they learn how to behave themselves properly. to a child as young as I was. listen attentively.

Moreover. and around my family. which was to be polite and well-behaved. I would stay home and study as well. but also filters. This is an example of how peers are able to influence how one behaves and how one perceives the world. a large fraction of our day is spent with our peers. being the ones who grew up and are living in a world where there is easy access . like how we are all disgusted by premarital sex. especially with my brother. consisting of groups of people who are around the same age. However. These are usually the ones that share the same experiences growing up. if most of the members of my barkada are studying for the weekend instead of out at the mall watching a movie or having fun at the arcade. Most of the songs on my playlist are also songs that I first heard from their playlists. Many of us regard our friends as one of the most important people of our lives. The last agency of socialization to be discussed is the mass media. which is where we get most of our knowledge of the world outside of the one we live in. especially while in school. and are able to relate with each other better than they do with people who are much older or much younger. The mass media is a great influence especially to the younger generation.behaved around my elders. where being unruly wasn’t as heavy an offense as it was in school. This is also an example of how children are not simply sponges that absorb information. While we are young. We also share the same views on some issues. and all of us are currently studying in prestigious universities. and much of our attitudes and behavior are shaped from these relationships with friends. who are more receptive to concepts and ideas from the west. I recently found out that all the other cliques in our high school viewed our barkada as the bitchiest but one of the best academic performers. Peer relationships is another socializing agency. For instance. This is true as we really are quite mean to other kids when we’re all together. I am not someone who easily gives in to peer pressure.

This goes to show how much the mass media has affected the way I express myself. the frequency of my English conversations declined to almost zero. She checked the watches that were on display. where each division is defined by certain properties. which is mostly because people tend to be prejudiced and allow their behavior to be influenced by one’s stratum. the higher your priority is. read news in English. you will belong to that stratum until you die. and thus socialize with others. there was a time when my mom entered a Technomarine outlet in a mall here in Metro Manila. After my dad passed away. or stratum). The existence of social stratification basically means that there is no such thing as equality between people.to the Internet and the television. and the better your qualities are according to society’s standards. and read books by foreign authors. This is because I frequently watched American TV shows. and that was before I school-age. People who share common characteristics are put into the same division. but it has been and still is the most comfortable medium when I write. For instance. This led to me conversing with my parents. This is because there is fluidity in social stratification. especially with my lawyer dad. For instance. The salesladies were attending to other customers so my mom asked the guard on . my parents tell me I learned to speak English from watching the cartoon Popeye. but there weren’t price tags on them. and this is called social mobility. She just came from her office dormitory which was nearby. which can sometimes be determined by appearance. Social Stratification and Class Social stratification is the division of society into layers (called strata. in English. It is also not given that because you were part of this stratum when you were born. so she was wearing what could very much qualify as house clothes. Members of one stratum usually have a different set of experiences from another stratum.

while children generally do not earn. such as me. I grew up in a family that I would define as middle class because we earn just a little more than what we need. they are usually put into the same class as their parents. and she has regularly has dinner out with her family. in a way they are “born” into a class. She currently attends De La Salle University. Class systems are also not born into. Class systems are fluid. Although the son could not be defined (in terms of wealth and occupation) as belonging to the same class as his judge father . since people need to work to some degree to earn some wealth and get a job. For instance. Because the judge didn’t exactly train the son to stand on his own two feet. thus. the son and his wife would periodically visit my mom to solicit money for all kinds of reasons ranging from unpaid hospital bills to religious contributions to various faiths. Wealth and occupation are two major bases of class. the son struggled to keep afloat after his father passed away. “Mahal. one of my parents’ friends was the son of a judge. if any. For instance. We still do chores around the house because hiring household help is out of the budget. This is in contrast to one of my grade school friends.duty how much a particular watch cost. However.” My mom was so offended that she left the store and swore never to purchase TechnoMarine ever again. his father paid for an extravagant wedding. pays for. chores to do in their two-storey downtown home because they have household help. Class is the large-scale grouping of people who share common economic resources. which is the basis of class divisions. meaning people may move from one class to another. and when he got married. and we go out once in a while to eat in a fancy restaurant. both of whose parents are doctors. She only has a few. To this day. the tuition fees of which go well beyond the maximum tuition a UP student. which strongly influence the type of lifestyles they lead. The guard looked my mom up and down and said.

most are formal and have an established set of rules and regulations that govern its members. I immediately look down and try my best not to bump into him or her. Class systems are also impersonal. people usually get out of the way. Even when I encounter individual members of this clique.because he didn’t have a job nor did he have any wealth of his own. For instance. demonstrating that social mobility is possible in the class system. It can be as small as a thesis group or as large as a university. he plunged into debt and thus became part of the lower classes. This is because it is apparent that we are from different classes. I recently became a member of UP Sidlangan which is a regional organization whose members are from Eastern Visayas. They don’t tell me to get out of their way when they pass. And when his father passed away. Although there are informal organizations (as is the case with friendship cliques). I underwent an application process that was predetermined by the members of the organization and has been established since the organization was founded. inequalities are implied between classes. For instance. Organization and Bureaucracy An organization is a group of people working together to achieve a common goal. whenever the high-class conyo clique in UP College of Architecture (Arki) passes by the halls of the building. but because I am intimidated by them. I do it anyway. unlike the relationships involved with a master and slave as is the case in slavery. theirs ranking higher than mine. Before I became a member. they seem like very nice people. . in fact. he did lead the same lifestyle his high class father was leading. Instead of outright declaring that the master is more superior to the slave.

Informal relations within a bureaucracy refer to the relationships between members of an organization outside of work. but it’s not always that he/she is clear of what he/she wants me to improve on. This implies that I should show the president respect because I have only recently become a member. These relations also come into play whenever one encounters a difficulty in completing a job. There are two types of relations within a bureaucracy: formal relations and informal relations. we usually submit initial designs at the beginning of a plate. for my design classes. and in an effort to not make himself/herself look incompetent to the supervisor. so I usually consult with my classmates as to what they think the problem with my current design is. the organization’s constitution states that the president is the highest policymaking entity. Although we were born only a few years apart. I would then incorporate my professor’s and my classmates’ comments into the next design. An example of this is the relationship between me and the president of UP Sidlangan. The former refers to the relationships between people in a bureaucracy as stated in that organization’s constitution. For instance. and the results are more often than not. rules. the definition extended towards large organizations as well. . The professor would give comments on how to improve the design. and regulations. or its set of principles. and she has been an officer in the organization before I even got admitted into the university. would consult a co-worker instead. Usually this involves one’s peers or co-workers.A bureaucracy is defined as the rule of officials. which used to apply exclusively to government officials. thus a bureaucracy is a type of organization. satisfying. but eventually. I usually don’t ask the professor because I don’t want him/her to think that I have a problem understanding his/her instructions.

and comes in four forms: economic. Social capital consists of the network of people we know and who know us as well. almost all my classmates. here in Metro Manila. since most of the residents of the city are middle class and only few actually have enough money at their disposal to be able to afford one. Economic capital includes material capital (non-living physical objects). This shows the contrast between those living in the provinces and those who grew up in the city. especially those at the UP College of Architecture.e. For instance. or wealth in the form of money or other assets. People are able to manipulate things according to their preferences with the help of these capitals.Forms of Capital Capital is simply accumulated labor. and how economic capital differs from place to place. own iPhones or other Apple products. and living capital (animals. This is very beneficial as people are more inclined to do favors for others if they had known each other . However. i. For instance. financial capital (money). It is the shared internal and external processes of a community. the ability to celebrate the festival. we celebrate Pintados Kasadyaan every June. in Tacloban City where I grew up. Cultural capital is different from the other capitals in the sense that it is not owned by an individual but by a community of people. in my hometown. People who have economic capital have many benefits such as better reputations (if they owned a lot of material things) and being able to invest and gain even more money (if they had money to begin with). owning an iPhone is very rare. cultural. social. capitals are the raw material that we accumulate over time and make us better capable at the things we do. then I wouldn’t be able to pull it off seeing as the essence of the festival is the parade of hundreds of painted people. Basically. If I were the only one who had this kind of cultural capital. bodies of land and water). and symbolic.

so the most advantageous in this context are those who like to be friendly with everybody. I had dreamed of becoming an iskolar ng bayan. When I told her once that I wanted to take up drum lessons. I don’t own a dress because I think it’s impractical. or connections. she would contact one of her many connections with teenage daughters.beforehand. it is not only confined to that. her friend allowed me to bang away on the drum set of their church (which. she knows a lot of people in different fields. as it turns out. and while there. UP grads thoroughly weigh their choices and do start to question whenever they see anomalies. transferring from office to office every few years. all over the country as well. has gained a lot of friends. Because her workplaces are relatively dynamic. and many of my professors have told me that a UP graduate’s edge against graduates from other universities is that UP students are not pushovers. People usually take our opinions seriously. so whenever I need a dress for something. doing well enough to secure myself a slot in the UP College of Architecture. While other grads transform into yielding puppies while applying for a job. This reputation is carried by all students bearing the name of UP. I worked at it slowly. and in the end. symbolic capital is the accumulation of wealth in terms of honor. was nearby) for as long as I wanted. which results in me having many choices. . and is a great benefit in the aspects of life where symbolic capital is an advantage. and although the greatest benefit of the title goes to my mother whenever she brags about me to her colleagues. For instance. or recognition. since I was young. Lastly. She has worked in Tacloban City the longest. doing well in grade school and getting into a science high school. and thus has diversity in her networks. and for free. prestige. she talked to one of her friends. my mother has worked in many parts of the country and as a result. I feel honored to be a student of this university. For instance.

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