Saturday, February 28, 2009

Prof. B. Mangubat on Academic Freedom

"Wellness revolution"

  • Human kinetics = study of sports, fitness, and health (definition)
  • Watsons = health, beauty, and fun (advertisement)
  • Medical tourism = health, travel, and leisure (cluster of value satisfaction)

Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Agenda (Feb. 27)

DS 112 Haiku compilation

Look, the market fell
And the skyscraper’s crumbling
And I’ll soon follow

Suiciety
by Kristina Carol Bautista

***

Writings on struggles
Issues on race and gender
Among black women

Alice Walker
by Louie Albert V. Dela Cruz

***

Father gave me seeds
These seeds I sowed, fruits are reaped
Reaped by all, but me

Third World Peasant
by Sabrina Mae Villanueva

***

With fewer rifles
Armed clash in reduced tempo
Infliction of fear

Low Intensity Conflict
by Sarah Jane Lara

***

Larawang guhit
Mapanuri’t matuwid
Pamukaw isip

Editorial Cartooning I
ni Lenerwin Onanad

***

Guguhit ako
Matapang at totoo
Taas kamao!

Editorial Cartooning II
ni Lenerwin Onanad

***

Basta ba’t sikat
Kahit hindi mabango
Bibili ako

Scentsationalism
ni Ma. Lina Eguico

***

He who worships wealth
Exploits our environment
And humanity

Risk Society
by Karen Mae Honrade

***

A suppressed lifestyle
Psychological control
Watchmen can’t be seen

Panopticon I
by Dorothy Anne Elefan

***

Uploads and downloads
It's surveillance society
Ever watching you

Panopticon II
by Dorothy Anne Elefan

***

Iron triangle
State, private firms and army
All trigger-happy

Military Industrial Complex I
by Genevieve Ann Concepcion

***

Contracts here and there
Government and private firms
Shady deals they make

Military Industrial Complex II
by Genevieve Ann Concepcion

***

What drives a market?
If reason is the engine
Passion is the gas

Emotion Economy I
by Frances Ann Politud

***

Reason calculates
Value and passion controls
Emotion dictates

Emotion Economy II
by Frances Ann Politud

***

Virus infiltrates
With paralyzing effect
Like nuclear strike

Military’s Information Warfare
by Yfur Porsche Fernandez

***

Info A brawls B?
To where shall my blood be spilled?
So, where should I stand?

News Media’s Information Warfare
by Yfur Porsche Fernandez

Monday, February 23, 2009

Invitation from Katribu and NNARA Youth

What: A Katribu exhibit about defending the ancestral land and confronting TNC plunder
side by side with another exhibit by NNARA Youth about fisherfolk situationer and struggle
Where: LT Walk, College of Arts and Sciences
When: February 23-25, 2009

Sunday, February 22, 2009

Militarizing the bureaucracy

  • rewarding compliant retirees from the state's security forces
  • preventing well-qualified and well-meaning civilians from occupying key positions
  • buying political loyalty
  • building a firewall against any coup attempt, people power or combination
  • laying the ground for military rule (?)

Planadong kahirapan

Nananalo ang mga kurakot tuwing halalan bunga ng maraming bagay. Isa rito ay dahil sa ibinibigay nilang "tulong" sa porma ng paminsang-minsang libreng bigas, libreng gamot, iskolarsyip, at maging libreng panlibing sa mga namatayan.

Sa katotohanan, ang mga ito ay galing mismo sa pondo ng bayan. Malaking bahagdan ng mamamayang mahihirap ang umaasa sa ganitong mga uri ng ganansya na kanila namang tinatanaw na utang na loob at pinasasalamatan tuwing eleksyon.

Ang ganitong kalagayan ay manipestasyon ng isang lipunang di-pantay at batbat ng pyudal at mala-pyudal na pagsasamantala.

Sinasamantala ng mga nasa poder ang karalitaan ng mga anakpawis.

Kung tutuusin ay isa ang korapsyon sa mga dahilan kung bakit hindi abot-kamay sa mga mamamayan ang maraming bagay na dapat talaga nilang tinatamasa mula sa pamahalaan tulad ng edukasyon at kalusugan.

Ang kabayaran ng kanilang ipinagbiling boto ay hindi panlipunang serbisyo, kundi planadong kahirapan.

Iginisa sila sa sarili nilang mantika, kumbaga.

Samakatwid, tinitiyak ng mga trapo na panatilihing atrasado at palaasa ang kalagayan ng kanilang nasasakupan sapagkat tinitiyak din nito ang kanilang patuloy na pamamayagpag sa larangan ng pulitika, ekonomya at kultura.

Ganitong lipunan ba ang gusto nating ipamana sa anak at anak ng magiging anak natin?

Widening activism

Jojo : Mahusay kang organisador. Maraming dapat matutuhan sa 'yo ang mga kapwa mo organisador.

Ricardo : Hindi naman. Naging bukas lamang talaga sa kamulatan ang marami. Sinisigurado ko lang na nariyan lahat ng pagkakataon para umunlad sila gaya ng prodwork, educational discussion (ED) at basic masses integration (BMI).

Jojo: Hindi rin. Mahusay ka kasi talagang umugnay at makipagkapwa kaya mas nagiging epektibo kang manghamig kaysa sa iba.

random points

  • foundation = pundasyon (Filipino) = salalayan (Tagalog)
  • telephone = telepono (Filipino) = hatinig (hatid+tinig, Tagalog)
  • titular head = nominal leader
  • national budget = a document which ultimately reflects
    the government's sequence of priorities
  • proper budgeting = one way of improving the value of one's money
  • arrogant unilateralism = Bush's brand of foreign and military policy
  • Office of the Ombudsman = a white elephant for the public?
  • white elephant = something which is more of a liability than an asset
    (e.g. BNPP, Expo Filipino)
  • impeachment = a failed concept; ceased to serve as a mechanism to exact justice (at least in the Philippines) since 2005
  • satisficing = satisfy + suffice = settling with what is good enough
  • Gahasa ni Joi Barrios = http://panitikanngpilipinas17.blogspot.com/2004/12/gahasa-ni-joi-barrios.html

Friday, February 20, 2009

DS 100

Interview someone* whose work is development-oriented**. Submit a short write-up*** in Filipino or English (600-800 words) about the interview and how his/her work contributes to development (or underdevelopment). Incorporate the interviewee's brief profile as well as your critical analysis. Submit it on Feb. 27. Galingan po. Ikalawang bahagi ito ng inyong midterm exam.


________________________________________________________________________
*except DSS faculty
**e.g. agriculture, education, health, foreign affairs, housing, justice, labor, local government,
science and technology, transportation, tourism, trade and investment, legislation, journalism, energy, etc.

***short bond paper, font size: 10, font style: Arial narrow, lay-out: portrait, 2 columns

Economic analysis (Cielito Habito)

http://business.inquirer.net/columnist/?colid=2541

Tagubilin

  • DS 100 - Pumasok sa takdang oras. Paumanhin sa aking naging reaksyon. Pag-aralan ang mga takdang babasahin. May eksaminasyon bago mag-panel discussion sa Peb. 24 (Martes).
  • DS 112 - Ipasa kay Ms. Caranto ang mga naiwastong mga page entry sa Martes ng umaga para matipon. Pagbutihin din ang susunod na ipapasang tula (hindi na haiku) ukol sa mga natatanging personalidad sa kasaysayan. Itampok ang kanilang buhay, kaisipan at pakikibaka. Sa Marso 6 na ang pasahan ng short film.
  • DS 125 - Magsumite ng haiku sa Peb. 24 ukol sa paksang Juana Change.
  • DS 121 - Hindi tayo nagklase noong Biyernes (Peb. 20) para makapaghanda kayo sa PolSciyahan.
  • DS 126 - Pagbutihin ang proyekto. Hindi kailangang maging magastos. Sa Marso 4 ang pasahan. Pag-aralan mabuti ang mga takdang babasahin.
  • NSTP - Bisitahin din ang http://litobanayo.blogspot.com/.
    Baka makatulong sa inyong ipapasa sa Peb. 25. Pagbutihin ang pananaliksik. Isulat sa Tagalog o Filipino.

random thoughts and links

Photo-op*

random points and links

Thursday, February 19, 2009

Optional assignment for next week (contemplative essay or reaction paper)

  • Big Government
  • Giantism
  • AO 255
  • Adhocracy
  • "Mr. ST = Mr. Sipag at Tiyaga = Mr. C5 at Taga"
  • Influence peddling
  • Technocracy
  • Super Lotto 6/49
  • Facebook activism
  • Bernard Madoff
  • Urban forestry
  • Slave morality
  • Master morality
  • "Eggsperon" incident
  • Online reputation management
  • Metropolitan Baguio

random points

  • physiatrist = rehabilitation medicine specialist; medical doctor who specializes in the field of physical medicine and rehabilitation - the branch of medicine that aims to restore or maximize functional ability and quality of life of those with physical impairments or disabilities (Philippine Academy of Rehabilitation Medicine)
  • Miriam Santiago = "her antics and acts of bravado amuse the gallery audience but belittle the Filipino people in the eyes of the world" (John Ramos)
  • FG = Fixer of Government Contracts; Face of Greed (Anakpawis, Kadamay)

Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Chronocentrism?


"You should vote for those who are young so that
there would be a change in our country's political landscape.
For so long a time, our president comes from one sector, from one age.
If we will do that again, the result will be the same."

-Sen. Chiz Escudero responding to a student's query
on what criteria to consider in choosing a candidate

Political analysis

Conditions favorable to committing corrupt practices

  • lack of accountability
  • lack of transparency
  • bureaucrat capitalism
  • culture of impunity
  • inactions of supposed-to-be anti-corruption agencies
  • feudal and semi-feudal structures
  • political patronage
  • lack of leadership by example
  • poverty (contributes to and results in the culture of corruption)

Agenda (Feb. 20, 24, 25)

  • DS 100 ( Feb. 20) - culture and development face-off (tuloy na tuloy na)
  • DS 112 - Haiku http://jk22b.blogspot.com/2009/02/ds-112-haiku-feb-20.html
  • DS 125 - discussion about the political economy of disaster management (magbasa)
  • DS 121 - panel discussion on the cultural politics of gender (magbasa)
  • DS 100 (Feb. 24) - panel discussion on Development Decade - 1 hour
    (Jalina, Mabansag, Macasinag, Mendoza, Rendon, Roa)
  • DS 112 - creative presentation on innovations and changes in Philippine agriculture
    (Cauton, Concepcion, Cruz L., dela Cruz, Duquiatan, Eguico, Elefan, Fernandez, Francisco, Gamao, Hechanova)
  • DS 125 - Globalization of anti-corruption standards/advocacy (Montano & Morano) - 40 mins
  • DS 121 - lecture-discussion on Colayco's Wealth Within Your Reach (2nd chapter)
  • DS 126 (Feb. 25) - lecture-discussion on selected Newsweek articles and UP Centennial lectures
  • NSTP - open forum on Philippine legislation and electoral politics (batay sa asignatura)

Monday, February 16, 2009

DS 126 poetry writing

  • Abesamis (realpolitik)
  • Barakat (political efficacy)
  • Bersola (astropolitics)
  • Blasco (health politics)
  • Cruz (political art)
  • Dacanay (narcopolitics)
  • De Sagun (judicialization of politics)
  • Domingo (political modernization)
  • Fabon (political sociology)
  • Joson (political education)
  • Lao (political party)
  • Lariosa (political struggle)
  • Lodrono (political rights)
  • Magdaong (dynastic politics)
  • Manalac (political psychology)
  • Manalastas (political anthopology)
  • Mangalus (political violence)
  • Montenegro (political socialization)
  • Orejola (political freedom)
  • Pagdonsolan (political elite)
  • Pamintuan (political communication)
  • Reyes (political corruption)
  • Sz (politicization of science)
  • Talal (body politics)
  • Villanueva (women in politics)

    ________________________________________________________
    original composition, 4-5 stanzas, Filipino, 2 copies, submission: Feb. 18

Maternal Health

"Ten to eleven Filipino mothers die each day while giving birth.
This will not happen if the public health system is sufficiently able to provide
reproductive health services to our people, especially the women.
No mother should be allowed to die while giving life.
The State can't afford to close its eyes to the high maternal mortality rate.
Allowing the high MMR to continue would be like committing a crime against our own people."

-Sen. Pia Cayetano
Chair, Senate Committee on Social Justice, Welfare and Rural Development

* * *


"Maternal health refers to the health of women
during pregnancy, childbirth and the postpartum period.
While motherhood is often a positive and fulfilling experience,
for too many women it is associated with suffering, ill-health and even death."

-World Health Organization (WHO)
http://www.who.int/topics/maternal_health/en/

Law and Corruption


"Corruption can also mean the manipulation of or circumventing the law to serve one's interest,
usually one's personal monetary gain. But this does not necessarily mean that there is no corruption
when the procedures of law are followed, or things are done the “legal” way,
because the laws themselves could also be products of corruption."

-Julie Po
Concerned Artists of the Philippines

random points and links

Sunday, February 15, 2009

"Aspaltadong Mukha"


"Gaano man yatang kritisismo ang tanggapin ni Pangulong Arroyo ay tatanggapin nito,
maitalaga lamang ang matatapat niyang opisyal.
Sukdulang lalong sumadsad ang kanyang lupagi nang popularidad."

- Editoryal, PINOY WEEKLY


Basahin din:
http://bulatlat.com/main/2009/01/31/gov%e2%80%99t-employees%e2%80%99-group-hits-%e2%80%98militarization%e2%80%99-of-bureaucracy/print/

Mga kaisipan ni Mahar Mangahas ukol sa open opinion polling

  • Pinatitingkad ng open opinion polling ang partisipasyon ng publiko sa demokratikong diskurso.
  • May dalawang batayan ang paggamit ng survey report. Una, itinuturing na mahalaga ang kolektibong opinyon ng mamamayan. Ikalawa, itinuturing na nagsasabi ng totoo ang mga sumasagot sa sarbey. Sa parehong batayan, mahalaga ang papel na ginagampanan ng demokrasya. Sa ilalim ng isang pamahalaang diktaturyal, walang puwang ang kolektibong pananaw ng mamamayan. Samantalang mapanganib naman para sa mga survey institution ang magtanong at sa mga mamamayan na sumagot ng kritikal at mapanlaban sa gobyerno.
  • "Every response should be faithfully recorded, correctly assembled and tabulated, and openly reported by the survey institutions," kanyang pagbibigay-diin.

    Over-analyzing surveys
    Mahalaga ring huwag samantalahin ang kakulangan ng sarbey.
    Wika nga ni John Nery, "I am wary of placing more weight on the survey results than they can (or were designed to) bear."

Pitfall of idealism

"There is this case of a doctor lecturing about sanitation and the consequence when people do not wash their hands before eating, when people do not wash themselves properly and regularly. Yet the audience they lecture to have no regular supply of clean water."

-Jose Ma. Montelibano
Columnist, PDI

Mga pananaw ni G. John Nery ng PDI ukol sa eleksyon sa Pilipinas

  • Kung pagbabatayan ang mga nakaraang sarbey, lumalabas na limitado na lang sa 6 ang labanan sa pagkapangulo - Noli, Loren, Manny, Chiz, Lacson at Roxas. At ang labanang ito ay magiging mahigpit. Naniniwala siyang dapat idiskwalipika si Erap kung pagbabatayan ang texto at kaluluwa ng Konstitusyon.
  • Mahabang panahon ang kailangan upang mapagtibay at matiyak ng isang kandidato ang kanyang layuning manalo sa halalang pampanguluhan. Kanya ring binigyang-diin na sa karerang ito, mas maagang tumutukoy ang mga mamboboto ng pagpipilian nila. "We are not ready for overnight candidacies," giit niya.
  • Bentahe sa bahagi ni Mar Roxas ang maikasal kay Korina Sanchez. Ayon kay G. Nery, "He needs to hurdle an invisible barrier: No bachelor will win the presidency in a famously family-oriented polity."

Things which don't mean anything anymore

  • Impeachment
  • United Opposition
  • Ombudsman

Thursday, February 12, 2009

Nutritionism

  • Eat food = http://services.inquirer.net/print/print.php?article_id=20080801-151937
  • Nutritionism = http://services.inquirer.net/print/print.php?article_id=151481

Optional output for next week (reaction paper/contemplative essay)

  • soft loans
  • soft power
  • thought control
  • sick role
  • creative capitalism
  • passive income
  • colored people/people of color
  • functional democracy
  • simple democracy
  • cyber-propaganda
  • elite theory
  • Filipina eurogamy
  • satisficing

Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Hunger

"Access to food is access to life itself,
and access to sufficient food is necessary for good health and quality of life.
Hence hunger represents the most fundamental of all human inequities."

-Robert Keesey
Professor of English and World Food/World Hunger

random points and links

  • 1H09 = first half of 2009
  • 1Q09 = first quarter of 2009
  • paradigm = comprehensive worldview shared by a group working on or thinking about a particular topic (Thomas Kuhn)
  • globalization = accelerated international integration of capital, labor, production, information, media, technology and culture, even poverty and diseases
  • development = economic growth + structural change + political modernization + gender equity + sustainable use of the natural resource base

Mensahe ng pakkikiisa sa mga katutubo*

  • "Walang hinihinging LUPA ang mga Pambansang Minorya − dahil ito’y malaon nang kanila!" - Axel Pinpin (ex-political detainee)

  • "Sigaw ng kababaihan, sagot sa krisis, PANLIPUNANG PAGBABAGO!"
    - GABRIELA Youth

  • "Nakikiisa ang DevStud seniors sa laban ng mga kapatid natin sa kanayunan!
    Tuloy ang laban!"

  • "Isulong ang karapatan ng pambansang minorya sa lupa at sariling pagpapasya!"
    - KATRIBU National

  • "Ang mga kabataan na nagsusulong ng interes ng uring magsasaka para sa tunay na reporma sa lupa ay nakikiisa sa laban ng mga katutubo para sa lupaing ninuno at sariling pagpapasiya. Magkaisa sa pagpapalaya ng mga uring nakasandig sa lupa. Ibagsak ang pyudalismo." - NNARA Youth

  • "Have a deep sense of feeling within your heart to see and be one with the masses."
    - Gen and Aarts (DS juniors)

  • "Hindi hiwalay ang laban ng mga katutubo at ng mga estudyante!" - DevStud sophies

  • "Nakikiisa ang mga DevStud Juniors sa laban ng mga katutubo! NO TO DEVELOPMENT AGGRESSION! Manindigan para sa kapwa Pilipino! - Anonymous

  • "Ipagpatuloy ang laban para sa tunay na repormang agraryo!" - DevStud sophies

  • "Ang tunay na kalagayan ng lipunang Pilipino ay sinasalamin ng kalagayan ng mga manggagawa, magsasaka at katutubo." - amaDOTA ‘09

  • "Ipagtanggol ang karapatan ng mga katutubo." -Dr. Edberto Villegas

  • "Kumawala sa gapos ng imperyalismo!" - Mabuhay_ka

  • "Mabuhay ang mga katutubo, tagapag-alaga sa karangalan at talino ng sangkatauhan."
    - Ed Aurelio Reyes, SANIBLAKAS, DAKILAHI, KAMALAYSAYAN



    ______________________________________________________________
    *tinipon ng mga DevStud sophies noong Linggo ng Agham Panlipunan (Peb. 2-7)

DS 112 Haiku (Feb. 20)

  • Advani (Pedagogy of the Oppressed)
  • Angeles (Vigilantism)
  • Baldres (Development education)
  • Baquiran (Edward Said)
  • Belgira (Development Decade)
  • Bruselas (Film tourism)
  • Caranto (Involuntary poverty)
  • Cauton (Haiti)
  • Concepcion (Military-industrial complex)
  • Cruz (Angela Davis)
  • Dela Cruz (Alice Walker)
  • Duquiatan (Paulo Freire)
  • Eguico ("Scentsationalism")
  • Elefan (Panopticon)
  • Fernandez (Information warfare)
  • Francisco (Social engineering)
  • Gamao (Sociobiology)
  • Hechanova (Abjection)
  • Hermosa (Deschooling)
  • Honrade (Risk society)
  • Javier (Throw away society)
  • Lara (Low intensity conflict)
  • Lopez (Experiential education)
  • Martinez (Postcolonial discourse)
  • Mayoca (Scientific revolution)
  • Meneses (Development anthropology)
  • Onanad (Editorial cartoons)
  • Politud (Emotion economy)
  • Rosales (Naked capitalism)
  • Tan (Reality of aid)
  • Tecson (Capitalism with a human face)
  • K. Villanueva (Third world feminism)
  • S. Villanueva (Third world peasant)
  • Yang (Oil imperialism)
  • Yasay (Virginia Woolf)

    _____________________________________
    Note: Include a brief discussion about your topic.

Agenda (Feb.13, 17, 18)

  • DS 100 (Feb. 13) - Face-Off (Culture and Development)
    http://jk22b.blogspot.com/2009/02/feb-13-face-off-culture-and-development.html
  • DS 112 (Feb. 13) - Module 1 IBON's Gawaing Pampropaganda (discussion and exam)
  • DS 125 (Feb. 13) - individual presentation on health and society output
  • DS 121 (Feb. 13) - discussion on personal financial literacy
  • DS 100 (Feb. 17) - test on postmodernism, report on portmodernism (cont.), continuation of the culture and development face-off
    (Jalina, Kugay, Mabansag, Macasinag, Mendoza, Rendon, Roa)
  • DS 112 (Feb. 17) - Module 2 IBON's Gawaing Pampropaganda (discussion and exam)
  • DS 125 (Feb. 17) - reporting on poverty and disability in the LDCs (Martinez, Mateo, Medrano)
  • DS 121 (Feb. 17) - discussion of personal financial literacy (continuation)
  • DS 126 (Feb. 18) - discussion and exam on IBON's Gawaing Pampropaganda
  • NSTP (Feb. 18) - ACLE on gender, policy and development
    http://jk22b.blogspot.com/2009/01/nstp-acle-on-gender-policy-and.html

random points

  • "remittance economy" = a country that experiences a massive exodus of human capital and is dependent on foreign remittances (Michel Chossudovsky)
  • stock market = pinakamalaking pasugalan ng mga kapitalista (Edberto Villegas)
  • palihan = workshop
  • Luis Villafuerte = president of Kampi Party
  • Prospero Nograles = president of Lakas-CMD Party
  • Naked Capitalism = http://www.nakedcapitalism.com/

Haikus

Age of High Mass Consumption
by Lizette Lanuzo

I can't live without
Buying junk I don't need
It just feels good


* * *

Atsay
by Maria Kristina Erika Torrecampo

Yaya si Lola
Katulong din si Inay
Maid din ba ako?

* * *

Balkanisasyon
ni Ricco A.M. Santos

Balkanisasyon
Pakanang baklas nasyon
Lakas imperyo

* * *

Display
("facing" in retail industry)
by Lorraine Bermejo

Neatly stacked items
And bright, enticing displays
Say come and buy more

Sunday, February 08, 2009

Feb. 13 Face-Off (Culture and Development)

  • Jalina* vs. Mabansag (Indigenous Peoples Rights Act of 1997)
  • Macasinag* vs. Mendoza (Wowowee)
  • Rendon* vs. Roa (Aswang Festival of Capiz)
  • Santos* vs. Santuele (WOW Philippines)

    Opening remarks: Tenorio
    Closing remarks: Tesio

    *Merits-semi-formal, 10 minutes each, without codigo, English or Tagalog, research well-guest jurors will be invited-grading system: 1.0 vs. 5.0

Thursday, February 05, 2009

Pasasalamat

Ipinapaabot ng DevStud Juniors (mga mag-aaral ni Dr. Ed Villegas sa kursong DS 122 o Alternatibong Estratehiya at Programa sa Pag-unlad) ang pasasalamat sa lahat ng tumulong na bumuo, dumalo at nakiisa sa ARTernatibo (isang kultural na pagtatanghal tampok ang mga orihinal na likhang-tula at awit ng mga mag-aaral ng DevStud).

random points and links

Wednesday, February 04, 2009

Optional output

Optional output (DS 100, DS 112, DS 125, DS 121, DS 126, NSTP 2)
Write a brief reaction paper/contemplative essay about any of the following:
  • "shoe protest"
  • flag desecration
  • Operation Pinta, Operation Dikit (OP-OD)
  • trashslide
  • judicialization of politics
  • militarizing the bureaucracy
  • chronocentrism
  • fashion marketing
  • Google Earth
  • urban tourism
  • meaningless growth
  • social forestry
  • trade war
  • proposed 5-year Nursing curriculum
  • cherry tomato
  • greenwash
  • geophagia

Write your output in 1/2 yellow pad crosswise and submit it on Feb. 10, 11 or 13.

Updated agenda (Feb. 6-11)

  • DS 100 (Feb. 6-F) - Attend the Forum on Dante Simbulan's Modern Principalia (8:30-11:30 AM, LT)
  • DS 112 (Feb. 6-F) - Attend Prof. Mangubat's lecture at GAB 301-B (11:30-1)
  • DS 125 (Feb. 6-F) - Attend Occupation 101 (1-4 PM, LT)
  • DS 121 (Feb. 6-F) - Attend Occupation 101 (1-4 PM, LT)
  • DS 100 (Feb. 10-T) - DS 100 - reporting on Postmodernism in Development Studies (continuation)
  • DS 112 (Feb. 10-T) - lecture on propaganda and advocacy (DS 190); read Ibon's Gawaing Pampropaganda
  • DS 125 (Feb. 10-T) - reporting on Global malaria prevention,control and elimination (Julaton, Lanuzo, Manlangit); Health activism: done
  • DS 121 (Feb. 10-T) - discussion on Philippine elections
  • DS 126 (Feb. 11-W) - long-exam on Philippine political situationer (read newspapers); discussion on IBON's Gawaing Pampropaganda
  • NSTP (Feb. 11-W) - ACLE on gender, policy and development
    http://jk22b.blogspot.com/2009/01/nstp-acle-on-gender-policy-and.html

Sunday, February 01, 2009

random points and links

DSS Week '09

Social Sciences Week '09

Kontra-Krisis
Confronting Global Crises


February 2-7
College of Arts and Science
University of the Philippines Manila

Paanyaya sa lahat para sa ARTernatibo '09



ARTernatibo '09
*
ika-3 ng Pebrero (Martes), 1-4 n.h.
CAS Little Theater

Tampok ang mga orihinal na awitin, tula at dula ng mga mag-aaral ng Development Studies.



_____________________________________________________
*Binuo ng mga mag-aaral ni Dr. Edberto Villegas sa kursong DS 122 (Alternatibong Istratehiya sa Pag-unlad)
TAGUBILIN: Kailangang dumalo dito ang aking klase sa DS 100, DS 112, DS 125, DS 121, Ds 126 at NSTP.