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1
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composed of ascribed statuses

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close system

2
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widespread respect and admiration felt for someone

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prestige

3
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movement of individuals or groups from one
social status to another. A movement may be
vertical going up or down the social hierarchy, or
horizontal simply changing a social role within the
same social class

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social mobility system

4
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This composed of achieved statuses where
social status is gained through merit or effort.

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open system

5
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This is composed of ascribed statuses where
societal membership is defined upon or prior
to birth.

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close system

6
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Its members strictly follow spiritual and
cultural norms as a way of life.

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close system

7
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a state of complete physical,
mental, and social well-being and not
merely the absence of disease or
infirmity

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health

8
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Refers to the wat that your body functions. This
includes eating right, getting regular exercise and
being at your recommended body weight. It is also
avoiding vices, and being free of disease and sickness.

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physical health

9
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A reasonable and continuous finding of
satisfactions in one’s living and utilization of a
problem solving mode of behavior; and ability to
perceive one’s environment with relative freedom
from “need distortion.

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psychological health

10
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Emotional health is about how we think and feel. It is
about our sense of wellbeing, our ability to cope with
life events and how we acknowledge our own emotions
as well as those of others. It doesn’t mean being happy
all of the time.

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emotional health

11
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refers to the relationships we have
and how we interact with others.

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social wellness

12
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relates to our sense of lifemeaning and purpose. It can include our
connection to culture, community, spirituality
and/or religiosity and includes the beliefs,
values, mental models and ethics we hold.

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spiritual health

13
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Originated from Cebu, commonly known as “binat” among
Filipinos is the relapse of the body’s system after it has healed
from sickness.

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bughat

14
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Is described as something that happens to a person that has
recently healed from sickness but then shortly gets sick again
after.

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bughat

15
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Usually happens to young children

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usog

16
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This topic in Filipino psychology happens when an unsuspecting stranger
greets you with an evil eye.

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usog

17
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in the world is very vast in its scope.

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medicine

18
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refers to health practices,
approaches, knowledge and beliefs incorporating plant,
animal and mineral based medicines, spiritual therapies,
manual techniques and exercises, applied singularly or in
combination to treat, diagnose and prevent illnesses or
maintain well-being

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traditional medicine

19
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Is the modern day practices of the medical world and are typically referred to as
medical science.

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western medicine

20
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  • Is a well-known forefront on Western medicine.
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surgery

21
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usually done by a doctor, nurse and other
conventional healthcare provider.

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western medicine

21
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usually done by a doctor, nurse and other
conventional healthcare provider.

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western medicine

22
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These alternative healings are not backed-up by scientific facts but has
still proven successful in healing illness and psychological strains

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alternative healings

23
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Is a healing practice that has the effect of medicine but does not
necessarily originate from medical practice, or a scientific method. It
consists of a wide range of healing practices health, care, therapies and
others.

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alternative healing