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Social Integration Of Badjao Migrants In The Local Community Of Barangay Malitam, Batangas City, Philippines

Volume 2 - Issue 12, December 2018 Edition
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Author(s)
Vanessah Valle-Castillo
Keywords
Badjao migrants, social integration, accommodation, acculturation and local community
Abstract
This paper aimed to find out how Badjao migrants are socially integrated into the local community in terms of local community’s accommodation of the Badjaop migrants and Badjaos’ acculturation of social life in the local community. Descriptive research design was employed. Key informant interview and focus group discussion were used to gather data. The social integration centered on the accommodation of the Badjaos by the local community and the acculturation by the Badjaos of the social life in the community.
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