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The Filipino Family

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Scope
Conditions besetting the Filipino family (absentee parents, OFWs, and divorce, annulment and legal separation).
 
Subject Headings & Keywords
Children--Management
Domestic relations--Philippines
Family--Philippines
Marriage--Philippines 
Overseas Filipino Workers
 
Call Numbers
HQ Family, marriage, women, and sexuality
305 Social groups
306 Culture & institutions
362 Social welfare problems & services
 
Books

Filipiniana:

Carandang, Maria Lourdes Arellano-, and Queena N. Lee. The Filipino Family Surviving the World: Psychological Essays on the Family. Pasig City: Anvil Pub., 2008. >> 306.85 C261 2008

Carandang, Maria Lourdes Arellano-. Nawala Ang Ilaw Ng Tahanan: Case Studies of Families Left behind by OFW Mothers. Manila: Anvil, 2007. >> 306.8743 C261 2007

The Filipino family : a spectrum of views and issues. Diliman, Quezon City: UP Office of Research Coordination with the cooperation of the UP Press, 1995. >> HQ 679 .F539

Gonzalez, Andrew. One in the Lord : love, sexuality, marriage, and the family in the Philippine setting : a Christian perspective. Manila: De La Salle University Press, 1994. >> HQ 935 G65

Jocano, F. Landa. Filipino Social Organization: Traditional Kinship and Family Organization. Metro Manila: Punlad Research House, 1998. >> 306.0899921 J63 1998

Medina, Belen T. G. The Filipino Family. Diliman, Quezon City: University of the Philippines, 2001. >> 306.85599 M491 2001

Rafols, Maria. Family values, anyone? : the endangered Manila upper and middle-class family. Makati, Metro Manila: Bookmark, 1993. >> 306.85 L869 1993

Ramirez, Mina M. Understanding Philippine Social Realities through the Filipino Family: A Phenomenological Approach. Malate, Manila: Asian Social Institute in Cooperation with the World Association for Christian Communication, 1993. >> 306.85 R173 1993

Torre, Joseph M. Informal talks on family and society. Manila: Center for Research and Communication, College of Arts & Sciences, 1990. >> HQ 728 D47

 
Vertical Files
Child care
Divorce
Domestic violence
Filipino family
Marriage
Overseas employment
Overseas Filipino workers
Periodicals
Fish
CBCP Monitor
Crossroads
Impact
Kerygma
Windhover
 
Web Resources

Center for Family Ministries http://www.cefam.ph 

Acebedo, Bob R. “‘Unchanging truths’ amid changing times.” IMPACT Magazine Online. Apr. 2005. Web. 3 Jul. 2012. 

Custodio, Alfie Maria R. and, Alvin P. Ang. “Impact of the global crisis on overseas workers and the families-left-behind: a snapshot of the Philippine case.” Asian Social Science 8.3 (2012): 251-264. Web. 11 Jul. 2012. 

Mangahas, Mahar. “The success of OFW families”. Inquirer.net. 25 Mar. 2011. Web. 11 Jul. 2012. 

Medroso, Leonardo Y. "Christian marriage and family: towards a legal defense of Christian marriage and family life." IMPACT Magazine Online. Dec. 2005. Web. 3 Jul. 2012. 

Quevedo, Orlando B. “The Christian family: good news for the Third Millenium : a pastoral statement of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines for the Fourth World Meeting of Families.” CBCP Online. 2 Dec. 2002. Web. 10 Jul. 2012. 

Quevedo, Orlando B. “Saving and strengthening the Filipino family: a CBCP Pastoral Statement on the 20th anniversary of Familiaris Consortio” CBCP Online. 2 Dec. 2011. Web. 3 Jul. 2012. 

Tan, Michael L. "A reconfigured Filipino family." Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism. Dec. 2006. Web. 3 Jul. 2012. 

 
Useful Tools
EMC Website
OPAC
Computerized Index to Philippine Periodical Articles (CIPPA)*
Local Periodicals Index*
Finding Periodicals & Periodical Articles
Citation Tools
More Pathfinders
 
* On-campus access only. Online subscriptions courtesy of the Rizal Library
 
Last Updated on Friday, 13 July 2012 09:29

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