Francisco Perlas Dumanig

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Attribution resulting in miscommunication between Malaysian employers and Filipino domestic helpers (PI) Francisco Perlas Dumanig Professor Dr. Maya Khemlani David Dr. Hanafi Hussin Dr. Rodney Jubilado Communication breakdown is inevitable, particularly in intercultural communication, since speakers from different cultures do not develop identical communicative competences. Consequently, interactions among people who do not have the same communicative competences may result in miscommunication. This phenomenon occurs in the Southeast Asian region in various contexts. For instance, people from Southeast Asian countries, particularly the Philippines, reside in Malaysia for employment purposes. With littleRead More
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Unemployment of University Graduates in Malaysia and Other Developing Countries: Solution – Holistic Student Development An international Research project including Malaysia, Pakistan and the Philippines Project Leader: Prof. Dr. Maya Khemlani David Research Group: Dr. Francisco Perlas Dumanig Dr. Neda Saeipoor Mr. Syed Abdul Manan (PhD candidate)   Summary As soft skills are required by employers and are apparently being taught in universities, the research objective was to determine the perception of undergraduates of the soft skills programmes in 25 universities in Malaysia, Pakistan and the Philippines. A questionnaire wasRead More
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