PhD Literature, Screen and Theater Studies at the Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, Australian National University, 2009 <br />
Diploma (Japanese Language, Culture and Affairs), University of Tokyo, 1994 <br />
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...or of the network’s programming strategies, wherein both the advertisers and the audience affected the fate of animés.
...dering television industry practices but the historical situation as well. And with that, this paper presents the boom of the animé genre to find its pos
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...al ADgenda: How the politicians use pre-campaign television advertisements and how the youth react to it
...al ADgenda: How the politicians use pre-campaign television advertisements and how the youth react to it, Unpublished undergraduate thesis, University of
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in relation to both macro (political-economic conditions) and micro (television network‟s
To recreate the animé‟s narrative, this paper analyzes newspaper and magazine articles
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*Diploma in Human Resource Planning and Acquisition. Mirriam College (2007)
...h Capabilities: Seminar-Workshop Series on Social Research. November 9, 16 and December 7, 2018. Benguet State University, Buguias, Benguet. <br />
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...merging Asia (2007), and Women and the World of Work in Asia: Perspectives and Practices (2003), Keeping the Spirit of 1896 Alive: The Cooperative Movemen
...-chair of the Network for Development of Agricultural Cooperatives in Asia and the Pacific(NEDAC) in 2003-2005.
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...t assistant handling DIPECHO's Safe Hospitals Campaign under the Emergency and Humanitarian Action unit of World Health Organization Regional Office for t
*Political Science 14 (Philippine Government and Politics)
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Roxas, C. P. (2011). Myths and Meanings, Unpublished Undergraduate Thesis, University of the Philippines C
...milial values into politics, they regard the Philippine nation as a family and Teodoro as its ideal father.
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ORTIGA, K.S. (2011). Speaking for the voiceless: the politics of representation of the indigenous peoples in the Philippines by non-gover
...bal discourse on indigeneity and in alignment with NGOs’ need for donors and funding.
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Philippine politics. In the film, he shares stories of his experiences as a local government
official and his philosophy towards politics and life in general.
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This study seeks to analyze the politics of the representation of young Tsinoys in Philippine television. This will
...rtake this study as a phenomenological project, i.e., both as a researcher and as a subject.
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...truggle, the politics and the economics of directing and the system around and over it.
...(business, creative and technical), are assessed using existing literature and data gathered from interviews with Sevilla. This research seeks to extensiv
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...ns are on how media texts can be tools for the creation of new communities and the development of subcultures.
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...of its ability to facilitate critical discourse as well as the underlying politics behind the Filipino membership base during the height of the Ondoy crisis.
...ding social economic classes. The study will also refer to Michel Foucault and his ideas of power.
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== 1919-1920 - The Manila Times and Manuel L. Quezon ==
...s And Manuel L. Quezon – A Historical Case Study On Media Ownership And Politics. (Unpublished undergraduate thesis). University of the Philippines College
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...xplicitly was their exoteric philosophy; hiding behind which is their real and more complete esoteric philosophy.
...) camouflaged by his dual use of key words like virtue, justice, nobility, and gentlemanliness. We cannot read him literally unless we understand the mea
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...lf-image. An entrepreneur has his own image, an artist has his own image, and a student has his own image. This image includes behaviour, preferences, a
...y including this thoughts and actions will also be filled with deception. And, this makes an individual problematic. A problematic individual creates a p
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...litical pronouncements in ways that are acceptable to the political system and consistent with its religious identity, (3) how the CBCP deals with problem
...sing in the formation of conscience. This basically means that it observes and judges political issues using the binary distinction of moral/immoral accor
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...g into how the Igorot is represented in the documentary programs I-Witness and Probe.
...nist theory of representation, by Michel Foucault’s discursive approach, and by the theory of critical discourse analysis. It is also greatly influenced
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...ars have seen the role of rape myths in creating suspicion on the validity and genuineness of rape cases. They have also observed the phenomena of blamin
..., the Philippine-American relationship, the US military in the Philippines and the US-Philippine Visiting Forces Agreement (VFA) in relation to the Nicole
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