PolSci - interview - 1 2 3 4 5 6 mga katungod sa mga...

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1. “mga katungod sa mga Pilipino” 2. “Katungdanan sa usa ka katawhang Pilipino” 3. “pribilihiyo sa sitisen (citizen)” 4. “mga puwede ug di puwede” 5. “unsay imong matabang” 6. “responsibilidad" Thoughts and observations with the interviews: The PUJ drivers I interviewed either had nothing much to say which I interpret as a “no” or were quite “enthusiastic” or vocal. A few did explain their other ideas on the subject like some grievances with penalties in driving/transportation matters while some were more interested in current issues like the upcoming elections. The sidewalk vendors also gave a similar response however, they all had something to say (I did not need to assume no answers) but I had to explain a few details to get better answers. My interview with call center agents, teachers, and students were more interesting if you count on knowledge with the topic at hand and most gave me mixed language responses. The answers were the typical “rights and laws”.
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  • Summer '16
  • Law, sa mga Pilipino, mga puwede ug

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