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  • ...sion, open-minded yet principled leadership, and the belief in alternative activism, it is ISA’s mandate to mold driven and passionate individuals whose desi ...iliman]] [[Category: Student Organizations|Interdependent Student Centered Activism]]
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  • ...ers to this inquiry with regards to the role of the internet in Philippine activism, data from 150 survey respondents and 4 key informants were analyzed. The i ...F.R.T. (2010). “Online ACTIV[?]ism: A descriptive study on real and cyber activism,” Unpublished Undergraduate Thesis, University of the Philippines, Dilima
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  • - a student activist ...heory, feminism, spiral of silence, women empowerment, neorealism, student activism, egalitarianism, apathy, power relations, multiple character narrative, rep
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  • ...sion, open-minded yet principled leadership, and the belief in alternative activism, it is ISA’s mandate to mold driven and passionate individuals whose desi ...iliman]] [[Category: Student Organizations|Interdependent Student Centered Activism]]
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  • ...sion, forces her to stay through psychological and emotional means. Pia, a student from a public state university, learns that her friend Maris was ambushed a Molina, K. S. (2011). Padayon, Unpublished Student Thesis, University of the Philippines College of Mass Communication.
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  • ...oreover, MagKaisa aims to promote student welfare through the provision of student services and by organizing socially-relevant activities. *'''Scholar Activism'''
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  • ...edu.ph/images/b/bc/02_UAT_JUL21_Student_Activism.mp3 Concept about Student Activism: What does it mean to be young and actively pushing for social change?]</st |<strong>Renee Louise Co,</strong><br><i>Student Regent, University of the Philippines</i></i><br><br><strong>Leandro Miguel
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  • ...iness Analysts' Society (UP BAS) is a university-wide acad-socio-political student organization in the University of the Philippines Diliman aiming to promote It was founded on July 19, 2008 by Marjowyn Vito, a student from the College of Business Administration. In its first semester of recru
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  • ...mantasan at Sambayanan]], BATAK is grounded on the principles of inclusive activism, academic excellence with social relevance, and political awareness and pol BATAK aims to empower the student-athletes by promoting their rights and welfare, and to unite them towards r
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  • ...found out that the advocacies were being commodified as participation and activism were reduced to mere purchase of campaign merchandise. Ultimately, these me [[Category:Student Papers]][[Category:CMC Thesis]][[Category: Theses]]
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  • ...ent activism, Sampaguita Residence Hall served as headquarters for certain student groups. ''Sampapel'', the dorm's official organ was then known for being vo
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  • ...//iskomunidad.upd.edu.ph/images/c/cf/04_UAT_Jun02.mp3 Boses ng Estudyante: Student Journalism at Tinig ng Plaridel]</strong> |<strong>[https://iskomunidad.upd.edu.ph/images/1/1e/04_UAT_Jun03.mp3 Student Activism]</strong>
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  • We believe in inclusive activism, wherein we take into consideration the concerns and insights of everyone, ==College of Home Economics Student Council Campaign==
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  • * '''Progressive Multi-Perspective Activism''' ...We call for change and move to action, but we do not promise; we encourage student participation but we do not oblige; we offer principles, but we do not impo
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  • ...the First Quarter Storm of 1970 Forum]<br><i>First Quarter Storm of 1970, activism, criticism of Duterte administration</i> ...the First Quarter Storm of 1970 Forum]<br><i>First Quarter Storm of 1970, activism, criticism of Duterte administration</i>
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  • |Psychology of Student Activism
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  • ...University of the Philippines Diliman. It aims to introduce a new brand of activism that seeks to enjoin every Iskolar ng Bayan and not to further stigmatize n SY believes that at the heart of activism is a simple premise that transcends mere slogans, that is the desire to hel
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  • ...nization. Established in 1986 at the height of martial law and student-led activism, its founders were compelled to action by the worsening urban housing crisi ...nization. Established in 1986 at the height of martial law and student-led activism, its founders were compelled to action by the worsening urban housing crisi
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  • ...movements abated when Martial Law was declared and the recognition of all student organizations within the University of the Philippines was suspended. [[Category: UP Diliman]] [[Category: Student Organizations]]
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  • ...ation that envisions itself as an agent of social change through competent student leadership, proactive political action, and effective social involvement. T KAISA believes in the timeless ideal of the UP student as scholar-activist. As scholars, UP students must fulfill their academic c
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  • ...h/images/f/f2/UAT_NOVEMBER_7_2022.mp3 Tibak Para sa Kalikasan: The Role of Activism in Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation]</strong> ....ph/images/f/f9/UAT_NOVEMBER_15_2022.mp3 Para sa Bata, Para sa Bayan: UPIS Student Leaders in the 21st Century]</strong>
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