The Future Can Be Better: Young People and The Marawi Siege

Authors: Jayeel S. Cornelio , Septrin John A. Calamba

Volume: 22 (2018) Issue 1, Page: 4, Category: Social Sciences

Young people are deeply implicated in the Marawi siege. Many commentaries and studies view them in either of two ways. On the one hand, they are the sector characterized as most vulnerable to radicalization. Researchers focus on the factors that… More
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Communication Strategies In The Interaction Between Filipino And Korean Females

Authors: Melanie Cuenco , Hyean Jeong , Rowanne Marie R. Maxilom

Volume: 22 (2018) Issue 1, Page: 6, Category: Social Sciences

In Linguistics, studies have been made on the interaction among intercultural participants to identify and explain the communication strategies they employed. However, only a few studies have explored the communication strategies between Korean and Filipino women. This study described and… More
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Community Participatory Action Research Approach as an Effective Tool Towards Adoption of Corn-Based Farming System Technologies by Libona, Bukidnon Farmers

Authors: Lorena V. Duna

Volume: 22 (2018) Issue 1, Page: 6, Category: Social Sciences

Community Participatory Action Research (CPAR) approach was utilized as a tool to diffuse the developed CornBased Farming Systems (CBFS). Limitations commonly encountered by farmers thru Participatory Rural Appraisal are low farm productivity, profitability and non-application of appropriate farm technologies identified.… More
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The Law of Attraction: Positive Thinking and Level of Gratitude towards Happiness

Authors: Albert C. Albina

Volume: 22 (2018) Issue 1, Page: 15, Category: Social Sciences

Persons with positive thoughts and grateful minds create a happy disposition which further contributes to creating an emotionally and mentally healthy society. This study aims to establish the philosophy of the Law of Attraction which harnesses positive thinking and gratitude… More
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Strategies in Rural Changes: Manobo-Pulangihon Women’s Adaptation on Agro-Industrialization

Authors: Eva Natividad Mendoza

Volume: 22 (2018) Issue 1, Page: 23, Category: Social Sciences

As agro-industrialization promotes alterations in the landscape and lifescape of indigenous people (IP) particularly their women who are viewed as ‘carers’ of their environment and ‘bearers’ of their culture, it is interesting to explore how these communities cope and view… More
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Tausug’s Identity in Parang Sabil: A Critical Discourse Analysis

Authors: Sajed S. Ingilan

Volume: 22 (2018) Issue 1, Page: 37, Category: Social Sciences

In the discourse of Filipino Muslim history, the Tausugs from Mindanao, Philippines had shown their strong resistance to the Spanish and American colonizers. This Tausug’s way of waging jihad (holy war) known as parang sabil , a misunderstood practice, is… More
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Fishing as a Livelihood and Conservation Initiatives: Issues Confronting Pulangi Lake, Mindanao, Philippines

Authors: Raquelyn Jumawan-Dadang

Volume: 22 (2018) Issue 1, Page: 44, Category: Social Sciences

Sound practices should have to be observed as humanity relates to their environment. Thus, this study on fishing as a livelihood and initiatives of conservation among the fishing communities of Pulangi Lake was conducted. It used a triangulation method of… More
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