filipino - People of FilipinoAmerican Heritage Macro...

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People of Filipino- American Heritage
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Macro Aspects of Model Global society WW II Imelda Marcos Community Family Person Health
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Overview, Inhabited Localities, Topography Heritage and Residence Malaysian, Togalog Spanish American >7000 islands -> isolation
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Overview, Inhabited Localities, Topography Heritage and Residence Survival relationships, i.e. close family, close community Migration and Economics Educational Status and Occupations
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Overview, Inhabited Localities, Topography Migration and Economics Large influx after 1965 Family reunification Professionals, i.e. “brain drain”
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Overview, Inhabited Localities, Topography Educational Status and Occupations Public education since 1900 US model, English taught in schools US model in health care education 4 yr BSN since 1970 Family value/pressure educational status
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Communication Language and dialects 87-111dialects, 8 major, Tagalog National language-Filipino English for school and business Taglish English usually accented Saving face
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Communication Contextual use of the language High context Relational orientation Touch and spatial distance Freely touch, same gender touch Distance further with outsiders
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Communication Time and temporality Past, present, future orientation Prompt in business Relaxed in social obligations Greetings Titles & honorifics
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Family Roles and Organization Head of Household and Gender Roles Egalitarian roles Two income families Elders to care for young
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Family Roles and Organization Prescriptive, Restrictive & Taboo
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