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TitlePH Lit Thesis
Tags Philippines Epistemology Psychology & Cognitive Science
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Chapter 1

Introduction



1.1 Background of the study

What is Time Management? Time Management is the process of planning and exercising

conscious control over the amount of time spent on specific activities. The importance of

studying Time Management is to learn how to manage schedule and being aware of what you

will doing.

1.2 Statement of the problem

Why there is such thing called “Filipino Time”? Filipinos are known for their

responsible use of their time. Many Filipino people experience of being late for their meeting and

classes. Filipinos are always late despite the fact it can be prevented. Is Filipino Time Culture or

Discipline?

1.3 Objectives of the study

The Objectives of the study is to emphasize that the time is limited, people have to

acknowledge the importance of finding a way to manage this limited resource. Good Time

Management means more accomplishments with less effort. Proper knowledge about Time

Management improves decision-making ability which results to the succession of ones career.

1.4 Limitation of the study

The study only focuses on the Time Management of students (BulSU Students). Time

Management does not apply in old people, working adults, and child Time Management. This

research does not the answer to correct the disobedience of people.















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Chapter 2

Related Lit

Expat Guide: Filipino Time (February 15, 2016)

By Tin Valeriano

According to Tin Valeriano, Filipino Time define being minutes to hours late

compared to the exact time. Many factors are attributed to being late in the Philippines. The

number one perennial problem is traffic. In this lifetime, about thousands of people may have

reasoned out traffic as an excuse for being late as it has always been an everyday dilemma for

both commuters and car owners. However, it’s still not an acceptable reason because one can

always estimate the travel time and leave earlier than usual. But then again, there may still be

other factors to consider such as vehicular accidents or emergencies. Aside from being late

because of traffic, some people choose to be late. And that’s called “fashionably late.” It is not an

acceptable reason if it is for an appointment, but it’s somehow acceptable to events such as

parties. Being late is not a nice trait. And it’s even sadder that it’s being named ‘Filipino time’

even if people from other countries are late just like everybody else. But instead of conforming

to the ‘”Filipino Time,” why not change the system? Be there on time, and be strict when you set

a schedule. This way, you can help destroy the concept of lateness in the Philippines and be the

first one to exemplify punctuality in your office. Let everyone follow because now’s the right

time to be on time not after thirty minutes, and definitely not later than that.

http://primer.com.ph/tips-guides/2016/02/15/expat-guide-filipino-time/



Filipino Time: A Matter of CULTURE or DISCIPLINE? (June 22, 2013)

By Juan Dela Cruz

The word “late” is a generally accepted connotation for “Filipino Time”, at least

for a big chunk of Filipinos. In programs, gatherings, appointments, meetings and even a simple

meet ups, Filipinos tend to be late. This is how the word “late” was knitted with “Filipino Time”.

http://definitelyfilipino.com/blog/filipino-time-a-matter-of-culture-or-discipline/







http://primer.com.ph/tips-guides/2016/02/15/expat-guide-filipino-time/
http://definitelyfilipino.com/blog/filipino-time-a-matter-of-culture-or-discipline/

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