Saturday, February 26, 2011

Haiku

MERCHANTS OF DEATH
Ana Georgina Ciriaco
DevStud III

Greedy war lovers
Piling high stacks of blood bills
The deaths pile up too.


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LACTIVISM
Camilo Franco Roa
DevStud IV

Mothers are the source
She nurtures the life she bringsThere is none better.



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MOTHER
Margie Angelica M. Sigue
DevStud I

Nine months of bearing
Eternal self-offering
My lifetime “Thank you”.





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ANGLO-SAXON CONFORMISM
Joanne Lara
PolSci IV

Blonde hair and pink lips
Long legs, white skin -- my dream look
So help me, Belo.




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BUSHISM
Kristin Mae Baltazar
DevStud III

One thing not to do:
Don’t “misunderestimate”,
Or Bush might get you.



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HYPERREALITY
Kristin Mae Baltazar
DevStud III

Sex, gamble, get high
Live the dream and lose it all
That’s Vegas for you.



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PROSPERITY THEOLOGY
Radxeanel Pevilvar Cossid
DevStud III

Come all ye faithful
Kneel on my divinity
And you shalt have gold.


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AGENT ORANGE
Erika Baylon
DevStud II

Droplets of poison
Sprayed to end communism
Pose persistent risks.




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MILITARY-INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX
Erika Baylon
DevStud II

State leaders and firms
United with armed forces
To form group of thieves.



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SOFT POWER
Rosheic Sims
DevStud III

Perhaps, guns were kept
But the shot right through the minds
Kill better than that.




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JINGOISM
Roland Allan Plares
DevStud II

Foreign policy
Extreme nationalism
USA’s glory




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McFOOD
Roseanne Mae Nacion
PolSci IV

Obesity is their game
Unsafe to health and culture
Fast food is the name.



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PREEMPTIVE STRIKE
Abigail Jamille Julao
DevStud II

Putting out the fire
Even before it started
"That’s our way,” they say.



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TOXIC COLONIALISM
April Ann Cruz
DevStud III

Wastes are being dumped
Global South are victimized
New mask of abuse.



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WHITE SUPREMACIST

Helia Prudenciano
DevStud II

They’re men and they’re white
They have riches, they have might
Non-white’s awful plight.



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AMERICA'S WAR ECONOMY
Joanne Lara
PolSci IV

Your death sustains us
Guns, weapons, toxic substance
Fattened bank accounts.




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MERCHANTS OF DEATH
Rosheic Sims
DevStud III

Purchase death from us
Stronger bombs, larger damage
Business as usual.




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MERCHANTS OF DEATH

Alyssa Fernandez
DevStud III

Weapons for money
War for profit, death for wealth
Lives through trading threat.



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MERCHANTS OF DEATH
Alyssa Fernandez
DevStud III

Gains through selling threat
Money, power, trade to death
Never ending chase.



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MERCHANTS OF DEATH
Mary Grace Fabros
DevStud III

They create battles
Put people in agony
Make death comes to life.




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PREEMPTIVE STRIKE

Jebbick De Guzman
DevStud III

Inflict the first blood
To showcase your dominance
Eliminate “threats”.



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TOXIC COLONIALISM
Mara Villarin
DevStud I

Dirty industries
New import-export market
Hazardous waste trade.



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"Use(her) - Friendly"
(Women in Export Processing Zones)
Bryan Angelo Puerto
PolSci IV

Investments drive Eve
To exploiting people zone
Working to risk life














Paanyaya



METROMANILA

People, Places and Institutions
(An exhibit featuring the socio-economic and socio-cultural aspects
of urbanization organized by the DevStud NSTP class)


1 March 2011 (Tuesday)
7:00 - 8:30 AM
GAB 105




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BAHAGINAN 2011
Development Studies Career Orientation
organized by the Development Studies Society (DevSoc)


4 March 2011 (Friday)
8:30 - 10:00 AM
RH 313 (DSS AVR)

Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Paalala

  • Paalala (BABALA) sa mga malimit lumiban sa klase.
  • NSTP - Simulan na ninyong buoin ang pangkatang proyekto na AVP ukol sa iba't ibang paksa kaugnay ng urbanisasyon. Pasahan Marso 8.
  • DS 112 (TF) - Pagbutihin ang paggampan ng bawat isa sa pangkatang proyekto.
  • DS 112 (W) - Opsyonal na contemplative essay sa 10th Philippine Food Expo sa WTC.
  • DS 100 A&B - Simulan na ninyong aralin ang DS 100 reviewer na binuo ng bawat isa.

Agenda (Feb 28, Mar 1-2)

  • DS 100 A (M) - continuation of WST reporting (Ms. Reyes), feminism face off, submission of the modernism vs postmodernism assignment (1/4 sheet), long test about the newspaper columns of Artemio Panganiban, Randy David, Mahar Mangahas, Conrado De Quiros, and Michael Tan
  • DS 100 B - continuation of Ms. Magpantay's demerit of feminism, Komentarista ACLE, long test about the newspaper columns of Artemio Panganiban, Randy David, Mahar Mangahas, Conrado De Quiros, and Michael Tan
  • DS 123 - moving exam (vegetables)
  • NSTP - exhibit on Manila's people, places and institutions (GAB 105, 7-8:30 am only)
  • Econ 116 - reporting about each student's exhibit topic
  • DS 112 - read related articles about globalization of health
  • DS 112 (W) - read related articles about globalization of health

Tuesday, February 22, 2011

10th Philippine Food Expo

http://www.philippinefoodexpo.com/

Agenda Feb 23-24

  • DS 112 (W) - reporting on bamboo forests in China (Oliver), salt industry in the Philippines (Panelo), halal food industry in the Philippines (Rimando), disaster capitalism of US in Asia (Rojo) and textile industry in Asia (Rosales)
  • DS 100-A (Th) - continuation of the face off on feminism and Marxism, reporting on WST (Reyes), submission of the book chapter/journal article multilevel sentence outline (2nd batch)
  • DS 100-B (Th) - continuation of the face off on feminism (Lomocso vs. Magtalas);Komentarista ACLE
  • DS 123 (Th) - continuation of the face off on medical tourism; long test covering the UP Manila journal article entitled "Political Economy of Medical Tourism: The Philippines Experience (Ponsaran, 2007)

Political Economy of Asian Societies

Salamat sa mga dumalo sa eksibit na pinamagatang Political Economy of Asian Societies na ginanap sa GAB 103 noong ika-22 ng Pebrero mula 12 n.t. hanggang 1 n.h. tampok ang mga sumusunod na paksa:


  • Omanization of Labor (Detros)
  • Gandhian Economics (Panganiban)
  • Neem Tree in India (Della)
  • Saving Culture in the Philippines (Puerto)
  • Toy Manufacturing Industry in China (Dela Pena)
  • Happiness Economics (Postre)
  • Floating Market in Thailand (Lara)
  • McDegrees in China (Nacion)
  • Globalization of Bangladeshi Labor (Galang)
  • Bongabon: Onion Capital in the Philippines (Conferido)
  • Greengrocers (Caraan)
  • Cosmeceutical Industry in Asia (Murillo)
  • Better Factories in Cambodia (Murillo)
  • Sheconomics (Turingan)
  • Chiconomics (Turingan)
  • Filipino Taipans (Magboo)
  • Franchising Industry in Asia (Roa)

Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Agenda Feb 19, 21

  • NSTP - face off on reproductive health issues
  • Econ 116 - finalization of the exhibit texts and items (political economy of Asian societies)
  • DS 112 - submission of the project proposal (group project) and questionnaire (individual e-mail interview)
  • DS 100 A - continuation of the face-off (capitalist globalization, feminism and Marxism); submission of the book chapter/journal article outline (1st batch)
  • DS 100 B - continuation of the face-off (feminism and postmodernism); submission of the book chapter/journal article outline (1st batch)
  • DS 123 - moving exam (vegetables)

Tuesday, February 15, 2011

DS 112 (TF) Pangkatang gawain

  • Dulaang-iglap on HIV-AIDS activism (Bertoldo, Lara, Sotto)
  • AVP on Philippine-Vietnam economic relations (Baltazar, Cossid, Ingeniero, Sims)
  • Magsasaka at Siyentipiko tungo sa Pag-unlad ng Agrikultura or MASIPAG booth (Peji, Cruz)
  • Healthy Canteen advocacy (Daquis, Altavano, Du, Yanit)
  • Seminar on alternative financial literacy for students (M. Padilla, Domagsang, Ciriaco)
  • Editorial cartoon exhibit on corruption in the military and judiciary (Briones, Caressa Perez and Quindara)
  • Adoption of CAS library's Gender Corner (Carretero, Charisma Perez, Tugano)
  • CAS Herbal Garden (Arquiza, Acharon, Nartea, G. Padilla)
  • Flipchart on higher education situationer in S.E. Asia (Arnanta, Garcia, Lapena, More)
  • AVP on nutrition for the masses (Bautista, Del Rosario, Duhaylungsod, Fabros)
  • Alternative board games on lactivism and consumer activism (Gamara, Congbalay, Bernabe)
  • Globalization 101 for elementary students (Domingo, Detros, Cruz)

    Submission of project proposal: February 18. Research well!

Sunday, February 13, 2011

Paalala

  • (Optional for all my classes this semester) For additional points, send a forwarded text joke about Philippine contemporary politics. Do not forget to identify yourself for recording purposes. We will compile them for an upcoming exhibit.
  • DS 100 A&B (by pair) - Quote a short paragraph from the Encyclopedia of Modern Asia relevant to development studies (50%), and based on it draw an original editorial cartoon (50%). Draw it yourself and submit it next session. Kindly inform the rest.
  • DS 112 (TF) - View www.who.int. Submit 5 haiku based on the specific concepts contained in it next session. Use the concept itself as title.

Tuesday, February 08, 2011

Agenda next week (Feb 14-16)

  • DS 100-A (M) - WST reporting (Reyes); graded recitation (IBON's Privatization and the Environment)
  • DS 100-B (M) - merits of capitalist globalization (Corrales), graded recitation (IBON's Privatization and the Environment)
  • DS 123 (M) - lecture-discussion on health social sciences; continuation of the last part of reporting on the same topic
  • NSTP (T) - face-off (issues on urban ecology)
  • Econ 116 (T) - graded recitation about basic concepts in marketing (Borrow book from the library)
  • DS 112 (T) - individual reporting and continuation of the graded recitation on the population glossary (John Weeks); submission of concept map related to any concept in population studies (by pair)
  • DS 112 (W) - graded recitation on the population glossary (John Weeks); show&tell of items related to population studies (1 per student, 3 minute time limit, research and present well, avoid duplication)

Saturday, February 05, 2011

Agenda (Feb 7-11)

  • DS 100 A (Feb 7, M) - graded recitation (IBON's Environment and Privatization article); submission of the bookmarks and the public administration/public policy concept map
  • DS 100 B (Feb 7, M) - graded recitation (IBON's Environment and Privatization article); submission of the bookmarks
  • DS 123 (Feb 7, M) - Attend the forum on The Insider's Story: Consensus-building and Horse-trading in the Philippine Legislature (LT, 1-3 pm)
  • NSTP (Feb 8, T) - long exam on The Pleasure of Eating (an article about the political economy of food production and consumption)
  • Econ 116 (Feb 8, T) - lecture-discussion on the political economy of marketing
  • DS 112 (Feb 8, T) - ensayo para sa Hepatitis P: Ang Naninilaw na Katotohanan ( a musical play of Doc Ed's DS 122 class)
  • DS 112 (Feb 9, W) - Attend the forum on Rizal: Back to the Future and A War Foretold (LT, 9 am-12 nn) as well as the forum on Good Governance and the DILG (LT, 1-4 pm)
  • DS 100 A (Feb 10, Th) - graded recitation and lecture-discussion about the struggle of the indigenous peoples in the Philippines
  • DS 100 B (Feb 10, Th) - graded recitation and lecture-discussion about the struggle of the indigenous peoples in the Philippines
  • DS 123 (Feb 10, Th) - Watch the Hepatitis P: Ang Naninilaw ng Katotohanan (a musical play of Doc Ed's DS 122 class)
  • NSTP (Feb 11, F) - long exam about the Haiku at Dialektika (ikalawang bahagi) at IBON Praymer (Mga Pangakong Napako: Pambasang Kalagayan)
  • Econ 116 (Feb 11, F) - no session in preparation for SocSciyaw 2011 (theme: Kontra-Agos)
  • DS 112 (Feb 11, F) - Watch SocSciyaw 2011 (LT, 1-5 pm)

Thursday, February 03, 2011

Imbitasyon para sa DSS Week

  • Haiku at Dialektika (ikalawang bahagi) - isang eksibit ukol sa mga isyung panlipunan na inihanda ng mga mag-aaral sa DevStud NSTP sa LT Walk na tatagal mula Pebrero 7-11
  • Binhing Gulay Donation Drive - Ang pondong malilikom ay ipambibili ng mga binhing gulay na ipapamahagi sa mga katutubong Dumagat, Aeta at mga nasalantang pamilya sa Isabela at Cagayan. Matatagpuan ang Binhing Gulay Donation booth sa LT Walk mula Pebrero 7-11.
  • Pamamahagi ng mga bookmark na may sipi mula sa akda ng mga piling nationalist historian, political economist at development economist.
  • Political Cosplay - Binuo ng mga mag-aaral ng DevStud NSTP at isa sa mga tampok na palabas sa SocSciyawan 2011 sa Pebrero 11, LT, 1-5 pm
  • Public Forum: The Inside Story: Consensus-Building and Horse-trading in the Philippine Legislature organized by Prof. Allan Mesina and his Econ 151 class (Feb. 7, LT, 1-4 pm)
  • Faculty Lecture: The Rise and Decline of the U.S. Empire featuring Prof. Roland Simbulan (February 8, 2-4 pm)
  • Lecture: Political Economy of the WHO featuring Prof. Paul Kadetz organized by Prof. Chester Arcilla (Feb. 10, LT 10 am -12 nn)
  • Hepatitis P: Ang Naninilaw na Katotohanan (A Musical Play) na binuo ng mga mag-aaral ng DS 122 (Alternative Development Strategies) sa patnubay ni Dr. Edberto Villegas (Peb. 10, LT, 1-4 pm)