Its contents are communication and health while its structure is composed of the various media, professional organizations, medicine, hospitals and laboratories.Filipino ecology is the relation of the Filipino to the ecosystem such as temperature, type of soil, amount of moisture, types of crops that can be grown or types of animals present in the Philippines and other environmental features.The content of the Filipino social unit is the family, groups and community life while the structure is the lineage, marriage descent, neighborhood, peer group and villages.The Filipino politics are the Filipino ideas and structures related to the distribution and channeling of power within the Philippine society for its well-being, order and regulation.A stranger or foreigner who has a knowledge of or exposure to the Filipino society’s customs, etiquette, and manners, is less likely to experience intense culture shock.The Philippine Islands and Filipino Profile: The Philippines is composed of 7,107 islands with a total land area of 296,912 square kilometers (1.6 kilometers equal 1 mile).The Philippines has a population of more than 50 million.
Filipino cultural values are widely held beliefs which make some activities, relationships, goals and feelings important to the Filipino people’s identity.
Their values and ways of life were shaped by several, sometimes conflicting cultures and the resulting blend is what makes their own uniquely Filipino.
In their veins run the rich Christian values of Europe, the pragmatic and democratic values of America, and the spiritual values of Asia.
The content of Philippine economics is the production by private enterprises while its structure is capitalism and socialism.
Filipino technology includes all that the Filipinos have invented to make their life easier, less arduous, and shifted from the brink of mere survival thus changing their way of life and giving them more control of their physical environment.
When these Filipino values coalesce and mesh in a mutually supportive system, it is called "Filipino value system." The content of the Filipino values are the Filipino myths and religion while the structures are the Filipino oral and written traditions, churches, sacred places, temples and mosques.