Filipino Culture

References

The primary author of this profile was Chara Scroope (2017), with the Naming section authored by Nina Evason (2021).

 

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  • Echo. (2016). Origin of Hugot. Retrieved from https://echogeronca.wordpress.com/tag/origin-of-hugot/.
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  • Rey, M. V. (2020). Common Last Names – Spanish PH Last Names With De, Dela, Del. Retrieved from https://philnews.ph/2020/04/02/common-last-names-spanish-ph-last-names-with-de-dela-del/ 
  • Reyes, J. (2015). Loób and Kapwa: An Introduction to a FIlipino Virtue Ethics. Asian Philosophy, 25(2), 148-171.
  • Soriano, G. (1995). Filipino families in Australia. Retrieved from https://aifs.gov.au/publications/families-and-cultural-diversity-australia/5-filipino-families-australia.
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  • The Manila Times. (2013). No Philippine law obligates married woman to drop her maiden name. Retrieved from https://www.manilatimes.net/2013/07/01/legal-advice/dearpao/no-philippine-law-obligates-married-woman-to-drop-her-maiden-name/14771/
  • The Philippine Embassy of Canberra. (2013). Regulations on Change of Name for Married Filipino Women for the Purpose of Passport Application. Retrieved from https://www.philembassy.org.au/latest/information-board/regulations-on-change-of-name-for-married-filipino-women-for-the-purpose-of-passport-application 
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