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— refers to research studies


applying western
theoretical models and
methodologies to the
local setting.
— Õilipino social psychology was developing and
was of great interest to local researchers. Social
psychological research in the philippines was
dominated by western theories and
methodologies.
— The 1969 issue has 3 social psychological papers:
one on the attribution of punishment among
Õilipino children, another on correspondent
inference theory, and a third on ethnic
stereotypes.
— p   called for an examination

of Dzthe vast body of social
  psychology theories and
conceptsdz, and testing or
applying these to the Philippine context because
DzThe many social development issues of concern
to Õilipinos provide fertile grounds for the
application of social psychological theories and
concepts Dz

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— refers to any inference by


a social perceiver about
the cause of a social
otherǯs behavioral action
or set of actions.
— |  paper examined
upland farmersǯ attributions
for success and failure in
farming and correlated these
with their success expectancy
estimates and actual behavior
or adopting new farm
practices
Y  These researchers looked at
|
 attributions made by male
and female participants on
success and failure outcomes.

   This Indonesian researcher


found that among the javanese
Success was often attributed to luck
and other non-selfrelated factors,whereas
failures were internalized as oneǯs own fault.

 
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— This is the study of how


psychological factors affect
political behavior, as well as
how political factors affect
psychological functioning
and performance.



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— refers to research using


indigenous methods and
approaches to elicit and
study culture-specific
social behaviors.
— Indigenization from within
focuses on similar applied
research questions, but
uses a different theoretical
perspective and
methodological
orientation.


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p    p  

— some stereotypic beliefs about masculinity


and femininity are not described by actual
studies, the domestication of women remains
a dominant orientation among Õilipino men
and women. Õilipino social psychological
research on gender and gender relations has
been very broad.
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— wne of the earliest researchers in


environmental psychology was | 
 of the U.P Õorest Research Institute
who prepared a social-psychological analysis
of  and their relationship with their
environment.He used 
and
À À    as his major methodological
tools
    compared the environmental
consciousness of fishermen
with scientists-technicians
working in the lakeshore area

p Developed the  


 method of research
and used it to study the
behaviors of dynamite
fishermen.
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