What makes us a Filipino?

What makes us a Filipino?

The term “Filipino” is originally meant a Spaniard born of Spanish parents in the Philippines. The name was given to distinguish them as a foreign-born and not a peninsular Spaniards. I am a Filipino because I live here in the Philippines.

What are the factors that can help to define a nation?

So awareness, territory, history and culture, language and religion all matter. However, it is rare in the real world to find a case of a nation with a clear-cut and homogenous character in terms of this list of possibilities. Each nation is unique in the (alleged) makeup of its special character and worth.

What qualities are Filipinos known to have?

Pinoy Life: Classic Filipino Traits and Characteristics

  • Hospitality. This is one of the most popular qualities of Filipinos.
  • Respect. This is often observed—not just by younger people—but also by people of all ages.
  • Strong Family Ties and Religions. Yes.
  • Generosity and Helpfulness. Filipinos are generous people.
  • Strong Work Ethic.
  • Love and Caring.

What is the essence of a woman Sushmita?

She answered, “Just being a woman is a gift of God that all of us must appreciate. The origin of a child is a mother, who is a woman. She shows a man what caring, sharing and loving is all about. That’s the essence of being a woman.”

What are the elements of a nation state?

Terms in this set (8)

  • Territory. Must occupy/own land.
  • Population. Must contain people (certain sizable amount)
  • Government. A government must have legitimacy(the legal right to exist)
  • Two Aspects of Legitimacy. 1.Internal: Given by the people.
  • Sovereignty.
  • coup’ de ta’
  • How is legitimacy given?
  • Functions of Government.

Which country is not a state?

Examples of stateless nations: The Kurds currently reside in Iraq, Iran, Syria, and Turkey, but they have not established an internationally-recognized state based on their national identity.

What does your womanhood mean?

1a : the state of being a woman. b : the distinguishing character or qualities of a woman or of womankind. 2 : women, womankind.

Can you have a nation without a state?

A nation can exist without a state, as is exemplified by the stateless nations. Throughout history, numerous nations declared their independence, but not all succeeded in establishing a state. Even today, there are active autonomy and independence movements around the world.

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