Maranao vocabulary of moral failure and rectification / by Patricia Gwen Johnston. [print]Material type: TextPublication details: 2003. Description: xiv, 138 leaves : illustrations, maps ; 29 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeSubject(s): Columbia International University -- Dissertations | Maranao -- Vocabulary | Semantics | Language and languages | Linguistics | Language and culture -- Philippines -- Maranao | Oral communication -- Philippines -- Maranao | Muslims -- Philippines -- Mindanao | Maranao -- Social life and customs | Sin -- Islam | Salvation -- Islam | God (Islam) | Philippines | Philippines -- Mindanao IslandLOC classification: BV4070.J73.M373 2003BV4070.C68.J73.M373 2003COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission:
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Thesis M.A. Columbia International University 2003.
Chapter I. Introduction
The Problem and Its Setting A general description of the topic and the need for the study Problem statement The statement of the subproblems The limitations of the scope of the research The definitions of the terms The Literature Review In the area of Islamic studies In the area of moral vocabulary and rectification of wrongs In the area of Maranao studies The Research Methodology Isolating the vocabulary of moral failure and rectification Analyzing the meanings behind the vocabulary of moral failure and rectification Missiological implications.
Chapter II. Background
Location and Population History Culture Maranao Social structure Tribalism Maratabat Animism Islam Share Filipino values.
Chapter III. Words Used to Convey Moral Failure
Biblical Terms English Terms Maranao Terms Words the Maranao use to convey moral failure The aptitive aspect and its bearing on the Maranao's attitude toward moral failure Summary of use of terms and of attitudes the Maranao have toward moral failure.
Chapter IV. Words Used to Convey Rectification of Moral Failure
Biblical Terms English Terms Maranao Terms Words the Maranao use to convey rectification of moral failure Summary of use of terms and of attitudes the Maranao have toward rectification of moral failure.
Chapter V. Implications for Missionaries
Summary Recommendations Personal illustrations as a model of Biblical truth regarding moral failure Biblical narrative with which the Maranao can identify in a cultural way regarding moral failure and rectification before God Cultural examples of the traditional Maranao justice system of rectification of moral failure that model Biblical truth Conclusion.
Description of Maranao Informants and Those Who Helped in Other Ways Sample Questions Used to Elicit and Analyze the Maranao Vocabulary of Moral Failure and Rectification Descriptions of Missionaries to the Maranao and the Questions Asked Them.
List of Figures
Map of Asia Location of Lake Lanao and Surrounding Maranao Territory, Including Marawi City Population Density of Lanao Region Lanao del Norte Lanao del Sur Muslim Groups of the Philippines Depiction of Mythical Maranao Hero, Bantogen, Being Served Maranao Delicacies. Drawn by Area Artist Ensemble of Maranao Instruments Which Are Played Together. The Kulintang Is Most Often Played by a Woman, While Men Usually Play the Gongs and Drums. Drawn by an Area Artist Depiction of Maranao Mythical Hero, Bantogen, by Area Artist.
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