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Cotabato, melting pot of the Philippines a study on population distribution in and integration of a non-homogenous community. by Chester L. Hunt

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Published by UNESCO National Commission of the Philippines in Manila .
Written in English



  • Cotabato (Province) Philippine Islands


  • Assimilation (Sociology) -- Case studies.,
  • Cotabato (Province) Philippine Islands -- Social conditions.

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Edition Notes

GenreCase studies.
LC ClassificationsHN720.C6 H8
The Physical Object
Pagination 43 p.
Number of Pages43
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6255698M
LC Control Number58025883

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The major findings of the study include: one, that the general poverty in the country was a powerful “push” factor for migration; two, the social processes of accommodation, assimilation, and amalgamation were all involved in the formation of a “melting pot” community; and three, the success of the Koronadal Valley Project could largely. Cotabato City, officially the City of Cotabato (Maguindanaon: Ingud nu Kutawatu; Iranun: Inged a Kotawato) is then a 1st class highly urbanized city in the Philippines in s. In , it is a 3rd class independent component city in the Philippines. According to the census, it has a population of , Cotabato City was a Regional Center that is formerly part of SOCCSKSARGEN, which. Mayor Cynthia Frances Guiani Sayadi said Cotabato City is often considered the melting pot of mixed cultures, of people living in harmony in a community they have shared and developed together over a century. including the books “Muslims in the Philippines” by Dr. Cesar Adib Majul () and “Notes on the Moro History, Law and. This article is about the province. For its capital city, see Tarlac City. For other uses, see Tarlac (disambiguation). Province in Cent.

The southernmost island of the Philippines, Mindanao, has influences of various countries such as Spain, Indonesia, China and the Middle East. It is considered the country's cultural melting pot. It has also been a breeding ground of trade. South Cotabato is composed of ten (10) resource-rich and competitive municipalities and one (1) rapidly growing component city, Koronadal, which is also the Provincial Capital and Administrative Seat of Region XII. The province is also a melting pot of people of different cultures and traditions that live together in harmony. Cotabato, also known as the Empire [disputed – discuss] Province of Cotabato, was a historical province of the Philippines established in that existed until its dissolution in The province's capital from – was Cotabato City (of the same name) while Pagalungan became its capital from – Originally a district of the former Moro Province, on September 1, Make your reservations for fondue like you've never experienced! Book a table online or call us directly to enjoy some fondue tonight.