Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Agenda (Dec 3, 6, 8)

  • NSTP (Dec 3) = no session; devote the class hour to accomplish your Manila studies matrix
  • Econ 116 (Dec 3) = continuation of the Philippine tourism situationer; Face-off (merits and demerits of open skies policy)
  • DS 112 (Dec 3) = reporting on government programs pertaining to migrant labor rights and welfare (DOLE, POEA, OWWA)
  • DS 100-A (Dec 6) = Read Development of Underdevelopment by Andre Gunder Frank*
  • DS 100-B (Dec 6) = Read Development of Underdevelopment by Andre Gunder Frank*
  • DS 123 (Dec 6) = Mini-reporting on any topic about Philippine heath issues and updates (individual, no hand-outs, 2-3 minutes)
  • DS 112 (Dec. 8, Wed. class) = continuation of the panel discussion on government's program for migrant labor rights and welfare; submission of the migration output # 3 (migration statistics by pair) and # 4 (glosaryo ng termino ukol sa pandaigdigang migrasyon - grupo)

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    *to be provided by the professor

Monday, November 29, 2010

random points

  • Bioethics = refers to the principles that serve as basis for guiding researchers in health; it is mostly derived from European principles and currently there are efforts to develop a bioethics that is more responsive to the contexts of developing countries (Prof. Fatima Alvarez-Castillo)

  • Local social development = pagtugon ng mga institusyong pamahalaan, pribado at sibil sa mga hakbang na magbubukas ng oportunidad para sa pag-unlad ng mga tao (human development) sa lalawigan, lungsod, munisipalidad hanggang sa pinakamaliit na barangay sa lahat ng aspeto ng pangangailangang serbisyo (Prof. Angustia Veluz)

  • Ortograpiya = ang sistema ng tamang pagbaybay

  • Rehabilitation medicine = tumutugon sa pangangailangan ng mga taong may kapansanan upang maibalik sa kanila ang mga nawala dulot ng pagkakasakit - pisikal, sosyal o sikolohikal man (Prof. Ivan Tapawan)

cultural imperialism


JNP: What is cultural imperialism?

Prof. Amante del Mundo: I adhere to what John Tomlinson (Cultural Imperialism: A Critical Introduction) defines as "the use of political and economic power to exalt and spread the values and habits of a foreign culture at the expense of a native culture."

International political economy

  • international political economy = deals with the power relation in global production - including vital raw materials, manufactured goods and technological knowledge - and its use, consumption or application by countries. Unequal power relations between North and South countries are crucial here because of the tendency of powerful countries to dominate international decision making using their advantages in economic, political, military and technological power (Prof. Roland Simbulan)

  • international political economy = tumutukoy sa relasyon sa produksyon ng mga miyembro ng naghaharing uri (ngayon ay ang monopolyo kapitalismo o imperyalismo) sa mga pinagsasamantalahang uri (partikular ang mga magsasaka at manggagawa) kung saan sila ay hinuhuthutan ng surplus value. Kasama sa relasyong ito ang pangangakal at pagpapautang kung saan tinutulunganan ang pandaigdigang kapitalismo ng mga lokal na kapitalista partikular sa Pangatlong Daigdig at ng kanilang mga kontroladong pamahalaan (Dr. Edberto Villegas)

Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Nov 30 to Dec 2

  • NSTP (T) - Read any article/textbook chapter about urbanization (You may borrow materials from the CAS library)
  • Econ 116 (T) - Discussion about Philippine tourism situationer
  • DS 112 (T) - Read Ibon's Declining OFW Remittances
  • DS 112 (W) - Panel discussion about the government's programs for Filipino migrant workers (1st group); submission of the 2nd migration output
  • DS 100 (Th) - Read Prof. Tolosa's Perspectives on Society, the Economy, and the State; reporting on South Korea's economic development (Plares)
  • DS 100 (Th) - Read Prof. Tolosa's Perspectives on Society, the Economy, and the State; reporting on Singapore's economic development (Arceo)
  • DS 123 (Th) - Read Prof. C. Pulumbarit's Relationship of Doctors' Nonverbal Sensitivity to Patient Satisfaction (UP Manila Journal)

Monday, November 22, 2010

Mini-reporting w/o hand-outs (2-3 minutes)

Always be ready to share inputs in class about the designated topic for each subject. Refer to printed/online articles from reputable sources.
  • DS 100 (both sections) - current events in industrial development (Philippines/Asia)
  • DS 123 - current events in health development (Philippines)
  • NSTP - current events in urban development (Philippines)
  • Econ 116 - current events in tourism development (Asia)
  • DS 112 (TF) - current events in migration (Asia)

random points

  • Cosmic well-being = pangkalahatan/pangkabuuang kaginhawahan, kapakanan at kaunlaran na sumasakop sa nakikita at di-nakikita; sa mundo at sa buong kalawakan; tao at mga nilalang, kalikasan, katalagahan at kawalan (Prof. Grace Oda-Devora)

  • Cosmic well-being = advancing Oneness; Law of One that will get humans ever closer to and in synergy with Divine Beings, fellow humans in other planers and dimensions, angelic being, and nature beings (Prof. Erle Frayne Argonza)

  • Internationalism = the ism in internationalism indicates its ideological nature, referring to its appeal to and evaluation of an internationalist, globalist and universalist stance, perspective or control/domination on matters political, economic and cultural (Prof. Grace Odal-Devora)

  • Internationalism = awareness of what's going on in the world and appreciation of how those events determine the course of history and one's role in shaping it (Atty. Ismael Khan)

  • Internationalism = an ethos that transcends the bounds of national identity. It moves one to communications with peoples beyond his/her country's borders for solidarity and shared causes or purpose (Prof. Erle Frayne Argonza)

  • Internationalism = doing our part in our own country as nationalists to weaken the global imperial empire that wreaks havoc on other peoples. It means our effective solidarity with other peoples of the world against the imperialist forces of U.S.-led globalization towards restructuring the global order for a just global community (Prof. Roland Simbulan)

  • Sociological inquiry = study or investigation about the social context, structures, processes and collective cognitions derived from diverse contexts (Prof. Erle Frayne Argonza)

  • Dalumat = pagkaunawa o pag-intindi sa isang bagay o pangyayari (Prof. Amante del Mundo)

Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Agenda (Nov. 22, 23, 24)

  • DS 100 (1st) - Read export processing zone article (Ibon, 2009), reporting on W.W. Rostow's Stages of Economic Growth by Dela Paz*, reporting on Slow City Movement by Baltazar*
  • DS 100 (2nd) - Read export processing zone article (Ibon, 2009), reporting on W.W. Rostow's Stages of Economic Growth by Agan*
  • DS 123 - Read Limiting Factors Impacting on Voluntary First Person Informed Consent in the Philippines by Fatima Alvarez-Castillo (2002)
  • NSTP - submission of the Metro Manila cities/municipalities tabular matrix
  • Econ 116 - Read Bertie's Battle by Cielito Habito
  • DS 112 (TF) - Read Rethinking Development by Prof. Roland Simbulan (copy is available at my DSS pigeon hole)
  • DS 112 (W) - Read Declining OFW Remittances (Ibon, 2009), submission of the photo/editorial cartoon online research with relevant caption from any Todaro text


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    *with hand-outs (1/2 lengthwise, fontsize 8, single spacing)

Agenda (Nov 18-19)

  • DS 100 (7-8:30) - Fixing our farms by C. Habito, Bumanglag reporting on modernization theory's application to the agricultural sector
    DS 100 (8:30-10) - Is there hope for manufacturing by C. Habito
  • DS 123 - discussion about key concepts in health
  • Econ 116 - discussion about the key features of the Asian region
  • DS 112 - discussion about the Third world concept

Monday, November 08, 2010

Assignment and graded recitation

  • DS 100 - 5 definitions of development
  • DS 123 - 5 definitions of health
  • DS 112 - 5 definitions of Third World
  • Econ 116 - 10 features of Asia
  • NSTP - 5 definitions of urban community

Econ 116 course highlights

  • political economy of international tourism in Asia
  • political economy of global marketing in Asia
  • political economy of trade in services in Asia

Friday, November 05, 2010

DS 123 course highlights

  • Filipino health-seeking and decision-making behavior
  • Health Social Science in the Philippines
  • Traditional and alternative medicine in the Philippines
  • Integrative medicine (Biomedicine + Ethnomedicine)
  • Bioethics issues and concerns
  • Philippine health situationer
  • Double burden of diseases (lifestyle-related + poverty-related diseases) in the Philippines
  • Political economy of food and nutrition
  • Globalization of health and diseases

NSTP course highlights (Philippine context)

  • urbanization and modernization
  • urbanization theories
  • urban demography
  • urban economy
  • urban politics and governance
  • urban culture
  • urban housing
  • urban poverty
  • urban pollution
  • urban criminality
  • urban blight

DS 100 course highlights

Selected dvelopment theories such as:

  • Modernization theory
  • Neoclassical theory
  • Dependency theory
  • World systems theory
  • Marxist theory
  • Postmodern theory
  • Feminist theory, etc.

    evaluated and applied in the context of the following areas:

  • Economic growth and development
  • Development planning
  • Labor and employment
  • Trade and investment
  • Environmental governance
  • Combating poverty and promoting equity

DS 126 course highlights

Selected problems and reform initiatives in the:

  • Executive and administrative system
  • Legislature
  • Judiciary
  • Local government
  • Electoral system
  • Budgeting system
  • Education system
  • Defense
  • Civil society

DS 112 course highlights

  • Political economy of North-South divide
  • Political economy of community organizing in the developing region
  • Political economy of poverty and underdevelopment
  • Political economy of disaster
  • Political economy of population and migration

Tuesday, November 02, 2010

DS advising

  • Nov 3 (W) Ponsaran
  • Nov 4 (Th) Simbulan
  • Nov 5 (F) Arcilla

interesting ideas

  • hidden victim
  • trained incapacity
  • policy entrepreneur
  • ethnoscape
  • intellectual terrorist
  • sign value
  • social clock
  • health consumers
  • catastrophizing
  • awfulizing
  • over-attribution
  • infant euthanasia
  • deterritorialization
  • negative rights
  • positive rights
  • Depression economics
  • gerontic dependents
  • neontic dependents
  • caring trap
  • intertextuality
  • global fishbowl