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  • Southeast Asia Journal Volume 9(2), 1975-1976 

    Central Philippine University (Central Philippine University, 1976)
    Southeast Asia Journal is published by the University Research Center, Central Philippine University
  • Blood and thunder: Notes on Semai ethnometeorology 

    Dentan, Robert K. (Central Philippine University, 1976)
    This paper has two aims. The first is to present, in some detail, information supplementary to that collected by Needham (1967:271- 285) and Evans (1923:146-155, 199-207) on a complex of concepts and rituals surrounding ...
  • Iloilo and its trade when Loney came 

    Sonza, Demy P. (Central Philippine University, 1976)
    ILOILO, at the time of Nicholas Loney's arrival, was not really a "forgotten dot of the universe," as he thought it was. Of all the Philippine provinces, it was the biggest in population and one of the most developed by ...
  • A comparative study of the effectiveness of two methods of teaching science in grade five 

    Subang, May Paz Caronoñgan (Central Philippine University, 1976)
    It was the purpose of this study to find out which of the two methods — the Traditional Method or the Process Approach — is more effective in teaching grade five science as revealed by the academic achievement of pupils. ...
  • A survey of the attitudes of high school students in Dumalag, Capiz, and of their parents towards vocational high school education 

    Señeres, Expedito Advincula (Central Philippine University, 1976)
    This study was conducted to survey and analyze the present attitudes of high school students of Dumalag, Capiz, and of their parents toward vocational high school education and to discover whether such attitudes were ...
  • Towards a theology of death 

    Diel, Domingo J. Jr. (Central Philippine University, 1976)
    From ancient times to the present day there has always been different attitudes towards death. The Indians and the Chinese — at least the majority of them — believe in the transmigration of the soul, a concept which maintains ...
  • Ideal persons of CPU freshmen 

    Herradura, Elma S. (Central Philippine University, 1976)
    Psychologists of adolescence maintain that adolescence is the period when the ego-ideal forms most fully and when it exerts the greatest influence. Lawrence and Mary Frank summarize the various statements of psychologists ...
  • Southeast Asia Journal Volume 8(2), 1974-1975 

    Central Philippine University (Central Philippine University, 1975)
    Southeast Asia Journal is published by the University Research Center, Central Philippine University
  • Revolution since 1776: Is the American experience a model for developing areas? 

    Hunt, Chester L. (Central Philippine University, 1975)
    In the last thirty years, American foreign policy has often involved an opposition to so-called movements of “national liberation.” Critics of American foreign policy charge that such opposition to revolutionary movements ...
  • A survey of types of organization and decision-making in business establishments in Iloilo City 

    Gumabong, Rodolfo P. (Central Philippine University, 1975)
    For this study, two main objectives were set; namely, determining the types of organization found among Iloilo City business establishments and determining the distribution of decision-making in each type of organization ...
  • A study of the status of Science teaching in the intermediate grades in the district of Roxas City 

    Barbasa, Lilia L. (Central Philippine University, 1975)
    For sometime now the Philippines has been beset by the problems of insufficiency and of economic dependence on other countries. We need scientific manpower to make us self-sufficient in our staple food, rice, and to make ...
  • Case studies on fifteen high school underachievers 

    Koottiyaniyil, Therese Immaculate (Central Philippine University, 1975)
    This study was undertaken with the purpose of discovering the problems that are related to under-achievement. Through the analysis of many measures and data about each case, the researcher aimed to discover the following: 1. ...
  • A study of certain common errors in English sentence structure as influenced by the Hiligaynon 

    Sobrejuanite, Blanca S. (Central Philippine University, 1975)
    A number of studies have been done to determine the influence of the native language of a student on his study of a foreign language. The data yielded from those investigations have been of much help to the teachers, the ...
  • A study of Filipino adolescent’s reactions to their readings 

    Jayme, Norma P. (Central Philippine University, 1975)
    This study is concerned with the fourth level of reading. It was the purpose of this study to find the influence of reading on the concepts, attitudes, and behaviour of Filipino adolescents. A modified critical-incident ...
  • Social conscience orientation of C.P.U. students 

    Ruiz, Macario B. (Central Philippine University, 1975)
    This study is one of a series of investigations on the attitudes of Central Philippine University students in pursuance of one of the objectives of the University Research Center to undertake institutional research. This ...
  • CPU college freshmen’s reasons for taking the course they are pursuing 

    Herradura, Elma S. (Central Philippine University, 1975)
    What factors influence Filipino young men and women’s choice of their college courses? In order to shed some light on this question, a survey was made of the reasons of the college freshmen of Central Philippine University ...
  • Southeast Asia Journal Volume 7(2), 1973-1974 

    Central Philippine University (Central Philippine University, 1974)
    Southeast Asia Journal is published by the University Research Center, Central Philippine University
  • Agrarian reform, conflict, and the use of the courts: The case of Dingle, Iloilo 

    Silliman, G. Sidney (Central Philippine University, 1974)
    Programs such as land reform or the establishment of cooperatives among tenant farmers are likely to produce a degree of conflict among the members of a community ex­periencing these reforms. Such conflict might appear in ...
  • The Bisayas of Borneo and the Philippines: A new look at the Maragtas 

    Sonza, Demy P. (Central Philippine University, 1974)
    In Borneo and in the Philippines today there are people who are known as Bisayas (Bisayans). Did the Bisayas of the Philippines origi­nate from the Bisayas of Borneo? This question has been the subject of inquiry among ...
  • The employment of women in certain financial institutions in the City of Iloilo 

    Dignadice, Milagros V. (Central Philippine University, 1974)
    The objective of this research was to study the practices on employment of women in financial institutions in the City of Iloilo. The result of this study would be valuable to the institutions, the women, educators, and ...

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