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1. Pinterest

1.1. Pinterest is a social networking website that allows you to organize and share ideas with others. You can share your own content as well as things that other Pinterest users have posted.

1.2. Examples of topics include recipes, home decor, photography, quotes, and games

2. INDIGENOUS SOURCES

2.1. Culture

2.1.1. The social beliefs and customs practiced in the Philippines are primarily influenced by religion and demographics of the region where they are practiced. The traditional customs of the indigenous Filipinos are based on the beliefs of the Austronesian inhabitants of the Philippines.

2.1.2. Religion, Festivals, And Holidays The Constitution of the Philippines provides for the freedom of religion. The Philippines is one of the few Asian countries to have a Christian majority. About 90.07% of Philippines residents identify as Christians with 80.58% of the population being followers of the Roman Catholic Church and about 11% being other Christian denominations. Islam is the second largest religion in the country with about 5.6% of citizens identifying as Muslim. The majority of the Muslim Filipinos are Sunni Muslims, but there is also a small number of Ahmadiyya Muslims. The cultural diversity in the Philippines is showcased in numerous festivals, locally known as fiestas, which are celebrated in the country. All of the festivals have religious or cultural significance. Due to the predominance of the Roman Catholic faith, most cities and towns in the Philippines have patron saints who are honored through festivals. For instance, the Silmugi Festival (held in honor of Saint Sebastian), the Sinulog Festival (held in honor of Santo Nino de Cebu), and the Kuraldal Festival (held in honor of Saint Lucy). While most festivals are only observed in particular regions or towns, some are public holidays which are celebrated all over the country. Some public holidays observed in the Philippines include New Year’s Day (observed on January 1st), the Holy Week (observed between March and April), Independence Day (observed on June 12th), Christmas Day (observed on December 25th), and Rizal Day (observed on December 30th).

2.1.3. Music And Dance The music composed in the Philippines is influenced by all the cultures in the country. The traditional folk songs are primarily inspired by the indigenous customs and beliefs. Some notable composers of Filipino folk music include Lucio San Pedro from the National Artist for Music as well as Antonio Buenaventura, a renowned patriotic music composer. The music composed in the urban regions of the Philippines, particularly targeted to the youth is known as original pinoy music or Philippine pop music. Popular musicians from this genre include Christian Bautista, Sarah Geronimo, Yeng Constantino, and groups such as True Faith, Yano, The Teeth, and Neocolours among others. Other popular genres include jazz, hip hop, reggae, and Latino music. Dance in the Philippines ranges from traditional indigenous-inspired dances to modern “western-inspired” dances. Tinikling is an example of a traditional dance with nationwide appeal.

2.1.4. Clothing The Maria Clara is a traditional dress worn by Filipino women. The traditional attire gets its name from a famous character known as Maria Clara in the epic 19th-century narrative, “Noli me tangere” written by Jose Rizal. The Maria Clara is made of four components namely; the saya (a long dress), the tapis (a knee-long skirt), the camisa (a collarless chemise), and the panuelo (a stiff scarf). In recent years, the Maria Clara has been modernized to produce a modern version known as the terno which was popularized by President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo who wore the terno during the 2008 State of the Nation Address. Another traditional garment of the Philippines is the Barong Tagalog normally worn by men during special occasions. Also known as the Baro, the Barong Tagalog features a formal long shirt decorated with embroidery. The attire was popularized by President Ramon Magsaysay who wore the Baro in most state functions.

2.1.5. Sports The national sport in the country is Arnis, a type of martial arts. Boxing is one of the most popular sports in the Philippines with the country producing global superstar boxer and the only eight-division champion in the world, Manu Pacquiao. Another popular sport is basketball with the country producing international basketball players such as Robert Jaworski and Carlos Loyzaga.

2.1.6. Cuisine An excellent way that the cultural diversity in the Philippines is portrayed is through the local cuisine. The cuisine in the Philippines is influenced by local and foreign cultures. Rice is the staple meal in the country and is usually prepared through steaming and is served together with other foods. Rice is also ground to rice flour which is used in the preparation of pastries and sweets. The abundance of fish in the country makes seafood another common food item in most households with tilapia, clams, mussels, cod, squid, and catfish being salted, fried, and served with rice and vegetables. Other popular food items in the Philippines include lechon (roasting of a whole pig common during festivals), mechado (larded beef with tomato sauce), and afritada (pork or chicken prepared with vegetables and tomato sauce) among others. The country is also home to many “western” fast food franchises including Pizza Hut, KFC, and McDonald’s.

2.2. Native

2.2.1. Philippines

2.3. Tradition

2.3.1. Mano Po Our culture is a big reflection of our great and complex history. It is influenced by most of the people we have interacted with. A blend of the Malayo-Polynesian and Hispanic culture with the influence from Chinese, Indians Arabs, and other Asian cultures really contribute to the customs and traditions of the Filipinos.

2.3.2. Bayanihan-It is the spirit of communal unity or effort to achieve a particular objective. A famous example of this is the neighbors carrying a hut or house to a new location. People nowadays use it to describe an outpouring of community spirit-as people give their all to the common good, without expecting recognition or personal gain.

2.3.3. Courtship We Filipinos are very romantic when it comes to heart affairs. Serenading or Harana in Tagalog is one of the most popular forms of courtship to show that a man is very serious with his intentions to a woman. A serenade would require the young man to sing a love song in front of the young lady's house. Normally, he is accompanied by his male friends who act as back-up singers. The man himself or his friend played the instrument, usually a guitar, which provides the background music to his song. They would have to wait until the young lady opened a window to listen. It would be up to her if she wanted to invite them in for some refreshment and to chat after the song. Even if they had been asked to come in, the suitor would not expect that he could have the chance of a private moment with his object of affection. It was highly likely that the parents would also be there to entertain the man and his friends.

2.3.4. Courtship We Filipinos are very romantic when it comes to heart affairs. Serenading or Harana in Tagalog is one of the most popular forms of courtship to show that a man is very serious with his intentions to a woman. A serenade would require the young man to sing a love song in front of the young lady's house. Normally, he is accompanied by his male friends who act as back-up singers. The man himself or his friend played the instrument, usually a guitar, which provides the background music to his song. They would have to wait until the young lady opened a window to listen. It would be up to her if she wanted to invite them in for some refreshment and to chat after the song. Even if they had been asked to come in, the suitor would not expect that he could have the chance of a private moment with his object of affection. It was highly likely that the parents would also be there to entertain the man and his friends.

2.3.5. Religion The Philippines is one of two predominantly Roman Catholic nations in Asia-Pacific. Their habit of going to church and often praying reflects that Filipinos have a deep faith and belief when it comes to religion. They are very devoted to religions that sometimes many take the risk of their lives just to touch the Black Nazarine (in Quiapo Manila). For many, it is just a choice between their faith and fears. Filipinos believe that having a strong devotion may lead to a better life and their guidance to face everyday life.

2.3.6. Superstition In the Philippines, superstitious beliefs have grown throughout the country. These beliefs have come from the different sayings and beliefs of our ancestors that aim to prevent danger from happening or to make a person refrain from doing something in particular. These beliefs are part of our culture, for one derives their beliefs from the influences of what their customs, traditions and culture have dictated to explain certain phenomena or to scare people. Some are practiced primarily because Filipinos believe that there is nothing to lose if they will comply with these beliefs.

2.4. Environment

2.4.1. Healthy and not healthy

2.5. Tribes

2.5.1. Aita,Agta or Ayta

2.5.2. Igorot

2.5.2.1. *Bontoc

2.5.2.2. *Tingguian

2.5.2.3. *Isneg

2.5.2.4. *Yapayao

2.5.2.5. *Kalinga

2.5.2.6. *Ibaloi

2.5.2.7. *Kankanaey

2.5.2.8. *Ifugao

2.5.3. Caraballo:Tribes

2.5.3.1. *Ibanog

2.5.3.2. *Ilongot

2.5.3.3. *Gaddang

2.5.3.4. *Ikalahan

2.5.3.5. *Isinai

2.5.4. Mangyan

2.5.4.1. *Batangan

2.5.4.2. *Iraya

2.5.4.3. *Hanunoo

2.5.4.4. *Tadyawan

2.5.4.5. *Alangan

2.5.4.6. *Ratagnon

2.5.4.7. *Bukid

2.5.5. Palawan:Tribes

2.5.5.1. *Tagbanua

2.5.5.2. *Batak

2.5.5.3. *Kalamianes

2.5.5.4. *Cuyonin

2.5.5.5. *Ken-uy

2.5.6. Lumad

2.5.6.1. *Subanen

2.5.6.2. *B'laan

2.5.6.3. *Higaonon

2.5.6.4. *Banwaon

2.5.6.5. *Talaandig

2.5.6.6. *Ubo

2.5.6.7. *Manobo

2.5.6.8. *T'boli

2.5.6.9. *Tiruray

2.5.6.10. *Bagobo

2.5.6.11. *Tagakaolo

2.5.6.12. *Dibabawon

2.5.6.13. *Manguagan

2.5.7. Moro or Muslims

3. INTERNET SOURCES

3.1. Google

3.1.1. Google is an Internet search engine. It uses a proprietary algorithm that's designed to retrieve and order search results to provide the most relevant and dependable sources of data possible. Google's stated mission is to "organize the world's information and make it universally accessible and useful." It is the No.1 search engine in the world, a position that has generated criticism and concern about the power it has to influence the flow of information on the Web.

3.2. Youtube

3.2.1. YouTube is a free video-hosting website that allows members to store and serve video content. YouTube members and website visitors can share YouTube videos on a variety of web platforms by using a link or by embedding HTML code.

3.2.2. Videos

3.3. Skype (online conferencing

3.3.1. Skype is an IP telephony service provider that offers free calling between subscribers and low-cost calling to people who don't use the service. In addition to standard telephone calls, Skype enables file transfers, texting, video chat and videoconferencing. The service is available for desktop computers, notebook and tablet computers and other mobile devices, including mobile phones. A number of companies, including Skype, produce dedicated Skype phones.

3.3.2. Softphone

3.3.3. VoIP Phone

3.4. Email

3.4.1. An email message is a text, typically brief and informal, that is sent or received over a computer network. While email messages are usually simple text messages, attachments (such as image files and spreadsheets) can be included. An email message can be sent to multiple recipients at the same time.

3.4.2. The Tyranny of E-mail

3.4.3. electronic mail message

3.5. Web Survey Application

3.5.1. An online survey is a questionnaire that the target audience can complete over the Internet. Online surveys are usually created as Web forms with a database to store the answers and statistical software to provide analytics. People are often encouraged to complete online surveys by an incentive such as being entered to win a prize.

3.5.2. can be used for research

3.6. Facebook

3.6.1. A social media website first developed by Mark Zuckerberg while he was a student at Harvard in 2004. Since its creation it has become one of the most popular social media sites attracting people of all ages from all over the world. To use the site you must create a personal profile where you provide information about yourself that can either be made public or private, depending on your privacy status. Once your personal profile is created you can request friends, like pages, share articles with your friends that you have found and more. Facebook is a way to stay in contact with your friends or just your acquaintances.

3.6.2. Photo Ad

3.6.3. Stories Ad

3.6.4. Messenger Ad

3.6.5. Carousel Ad

3.7. Instagram

3.7.1. Instagram is an online photo sharing service. It allows you to apply different types of photo filters to your pictures with a single click, then share them with others. While is a rather basic service, Instagram's simplicity has helped it gain widespread popularity.

3.7.2. share your photo

3.7.3. you can liven up otherwise mediocre images and make them look more professional

4. LIBRARY SOURCES

4.1. Academic Books/Anthologies/E-BBooks

4.2. -They are often published by university presses and reputable academic publishers. Other types of academic books include anthologies, which have one editor and each chapter has a different author. An e-book refers to the format of the book. Rather than a traditional, paper copy, it’s viewable online.

4.3. Newspaper/Magazine

4.4. -These sources are not usually appropriate in an academic-level paper. Ask your professor if these are permissible sources for your assignment. There is a case to be made for using them to conduct content analyses or to illuminate a phenomenon that is too current to appear in the academic press. Open Access Books or Articles

4.5. Journal Articles

4.6. -They are published in academic journals. They range from studies, literary criticism, essays, and so on. They always include a bibliography. They are peer-reviewed or refereed, meaning that they are vetted before publication by experts in the field.

4.7. Open Access Books / Articles

4.8. -This is an emerging style of publication. Generally it means that items circumvent the traditional academic publication process of journal articles and books, which can be very expensive. Other potential sources include government publications, legal reviews, statistics/data or historical primary documents.