Research


Acculturation of Returning Filipino Children Raised in Jeddah Saudi Arabia

Published: February 18, 2021

by Xenia Clemeña RN MAN Program   Addressing the socio-cultural issues of adjustment, adaptation, and acculturation in a national level Returning Filipino children raised in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, a growing yet hidden population in the universities here in the Philippines Understanding the process TCKs (Third Culture Kids) go through when managing bicultural or multicultural identities […]

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COVENANT ON HONEST LIVING: FIT OR FLOP

Published: February 23, 2017

An Administrative Research by Rev. Fr. Roberto G. Reyes, O.P.   Introduction When Fr. Ramonclaro G. Mendez, OP was Rector and President of Aquinas University of Legazpi, he coined the tagline, “SOAR HIGH”. Not too long after that, another neighboring educational institution took the cue and emblazoned in front of their campus a sign saying “SOAR […]

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STATUS AND PROSPECTS OF NURSING EDUCATION IN THE PROVINCE OF ALBAY

Published: February 19, 2017

by JAWAHER CHRISTEE C. RACELIS, RN Graduate Student The mushrooming of nursing schools in 2001 paved the way for other schools to open up nursing schools that even information technology schools have opened a college of nursing. This is due to the fast turnover of nursing graduates going abroad and even fresh graduates without hospital […]

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STUDENTS’ APPROPRIATION OF THE CATHOLIC FAITH

Published: February 19, 2017

by Dominic Bryan San Jose Joseph Anthony Endraca Fernandino Pancho, MARS Patrick Gerard Paulino, Ph.D. Alvin Sario, Ph.D.   Introduction Pope John Paul II’s Apostolic Constitution on Catholic Universities (Ex Corde Ecclesia) Characteristics of a Catholic University Christian inspiration to all Continuing reflection of Christ Faithful to Christian Message “… promote the students’ spiritual domain […]

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STATUS AND PROSPECTS OF THE TOURISM INDUSTRY IN THE CITY OF TABACO

Published: February 19, 2017

by Joyce Amara B. Vosotros, MBA II Introduction Tourism comprises the activities of persons traveling to and staying in places outside their usual environment for not more than one consecutive year for leisure, business, and other purposes not related to the exercise of an activity remunerated from within the place visited. (United Nations World Tourism […]

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DATA ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION

Published: February 19, 2017

by Flor A. Jenkin, Professor Factors to consider in planning a study The precise nature of the information that is needed to answer the questions The optimal means of obtaining the information Awareness of the primary audience to receive the report to ensure that the methods and types of analysis used will be appropriate and […]

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PROPOSED CURRICULUM FOR THE BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN PHARMACY PROGRAM

Published: February 18, 2017

by Ma. Cristina Catan Objectives of Research Examines the process of curriculum review and redevelopment used in the: Faculty of Pharmacy of the University of Santo. Tomas Provides the application of evidence-based principles in the: systematic investigation of curriculum effectiveness. Gathers data and information view to propose a five-year Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy program […]

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Demystifying Gender Differences in the Filipino Culture from a Feminist Psychological Perspective

Published: February 16, 2017

by MAJA E. FRANCISCO, RP Objectives: Define gender socialization, and determine roots of gender roles and stereotyping Differentiate between hostile sexism and benevolent sexism Realize sexism from a feministic psychological framework Reframe gender construction, roles, and expectations For complete information click here Attachments 2016-2017-BABAE PO AKO, Maja Francisco (5 MB)

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Radical Behaviorism and the Successful Expression of Gender Identity

Published: February 15, 2017

by Nikki T. Estevez, RPm, Instructor, Social Sciences Department Aquinas University of Legazpi Radical Behaviorism Burrhus Frederic Skinner cemented the groundwork of Thorndike and Watson, that human behavior can be studied scientifically, by being the forerunner to Scientific Behaviorism. Gender Identity one’s self-identification as male or female. Although the dominant approach in psychology for many […]

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GENDER AND PHILOSOPHY

Published: February 15, 2017

Christian philosophy: Gender equality in the church It is fitting that we UNDERSTAND and BELIEVE what the Church is teaching us. The Church’s teaching on gender is primarily a gift to us and a responsibility by virtue of our baptism. While other acts of philosophizing concern solely to reason, Christian Philosophy subscribes to FAITH AND […]

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