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  • ...booth is located at the [[UP College of Mass Communication|College of Mass Communication]], UP Diliman; analog transmitter, at Village B, UP Campus. ...e of Mass Communication) (Old program) [[Nature Venture]] (College of Mass Communication)
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  • Art Theory, Gender Studies<br /> Gender Studies, Performance Studies<br />
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  • College of Mass Communication NSTP] |[ Gender and Development]
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  • ...ion that aims to promote and increase the significance and power of Speech Communication as a vital discipline in the academe. It aims to promote and increase the significance and power of speech communication through the creation of projects that cater to the students, to the Univers
    20 KB (3,108 words) - 11:12, 13 October 2016
  • ...songs. In 1987, DZUP was moved to what is now known as the College of Mass Communication. ...ffices like the Office of Anti-Sexual Harassment (OASH) and the UP Diliman Gender Office (UPDGO).
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  • ...relations, references to actual political and economic events, traditional gender roles, and pop culture were the dominant themes in the program. Overall, th [Category:College of Mass Communication Thesis]]Department of Broadcast Communication Thesis[[Category:Thesis--Discourse Analysis; Historical Study][[Category:Th
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  • ...on the field of communication but also on migration studies, women’s or gender studies, and researches related to the culture behind health care, now newl
    3 KB (403 words) - 18:10, 16 February 2011
  • ...pment in the Philippines (2007), Agricultural Cooperatives and Information Communication Technology in an Emerging Asia (2007), and Women and the World of Work in A '''EXPERTISE:''' Housing and Agricultural Cooperatives, Gender Studies, Incomes Policies, Social and Political Theories, Industrial Relat
    33 KB (4,276 words) - 23:53, 12 September 2012
  • ...ished Undergraduate Thesis, University of the Philippines, College of Mass Communication. principles of (1) responsibility and accountability of the state, (2) gender sensitivity and inclusivity, (3) empowerment of community and local authori
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  • ...e Family Sytems Theory by Bowen, the Social Learning Theory by Bandura and Gender/Identity as Performance by Butler. [[Category:CMC Thesis]][[Category:FILM INSTITUTE]][[Category:GENDER ROLES]][[Category:COMMERCIAL]]
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  • is and the distinction of the perception of feminine beauty across gender. ...point of view when it comes to beauty, not exploring the perception across gender.
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  • '''Nationalism 2.0 Gender and Nationalism Mediated in the Use of Internet Tools of GABRIELA USA''' Matsuzawa, M.C. (2010). ''Nationalism 2.0: Gender and nationalism mediated in the use
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  • * Instructional Design with Information and Communication Technology (IDwICT) (2010.10.27-28). ''The 4th National ICTs in Basic Educa ...PhD Dissertation: The Implications of Collaborative Grouping, Learners’ Gender and Facilitation Leadership on Interaction and Cognitive Engagements in Asy
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  • ...searcher incorporated two theories i.e., Queer Theory and Social Theory of Gender. The method used was textual analysis. While several subordinate masculine ...nd maintains patriarchy, Unpublished Undergraduate Thesis, College of Mass Communication, University of the Philippines-Diliman.
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  • '''Is the Sponge a Bob?: A Study on Children's Perception of Gender as Presented in the Cartoon Series ''SpongeBob Squarepants''''' ...her pursued the study in order to determine if the message of breaking the gender roles was getting through to the program’s target audience.
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  • ...that serve as major definers of the prevalent ideas regarding class, race, gender, sexuality and identity. As such, they can be appropriated and integrated ...anila towards Boy Abunda as a media personality and as a representation of gender and identity. Richard Dyer's semiological concept of the Star Phenomenon wa
    2 KB (279 words) - 21:15, 3 April 2011
  • ...overs, the number and nature of their articles and advertisements, and the gender and nationality of their writers and cover models. High school students fro ...lished Undergraduate Thesis, University of the Philippines college of Mass Communication.
    2 KB (270 words) - 20:13, 14 April 2013
  • ...lished Undergraduate Thesis, University of the Philippines College of Mass Communication.<br /><br /> to sleep. These messages have repeated themselves in different forms of communication (radio, tv, cinema, theatre, newspapers) that sometimes we reach the point
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  • Title: (Wo)Men’s Sports: An Analysis of the Role of Gender in the Coverage of the UAAP Season 77 Basketball and Volleyball in the Thre ...ished Undergraduate Thesis, University of the Philippines, College of Mass Communication.
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  • ...embers are able to create a cohesive community with a rhetorical vision of gender as a fluid concept that can be continuously challenged. ...lished Undergraduate Thesis, University of the Philippines College of Mass Communication.
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