Research & Publications

Forthcoming

Crafting Anthropological Traditions in the Philippines

By Canuday, Jose Jowel P. , Porio, Emma E.

First draft of paper completed in October 2014 and a final draft was submitted on 21 September 2015 as a chapter of the book tentatively titled as...

2017

Ateneo Chinese Studies Program Lecture Series no. 4

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The Lecture Series is a compilation of work published yearly by the Chinese Studies Program under the School of Social Sciences of the Ateneo de...

Being Catholic in the Contemporary Philippines

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Being Catholic in the Contemporary Philippines: Young people reinterpreting religion by Jayeel...

Subjective well-being approach for testing money illusion: evidence using data from Social Weather Stations

By Beja, Edsel L., Jr.

Edsel L. Beja, Jr. 2017. "Subjective well-being approach for testing money illusion: evidence using data from Social Weather Stations", Philippine...

The Cost of Doubling Bank Capital in ASEAN-5

By Dumlao, Luis F.

Luis F. Dumlao. 2017. “The Cost of Doubling Bank Capital in ASEAN-5,” International Journal of Research in Economics and Social Sciences, Vol. 7, No...

2016

Collective Social Identities in Philippine Peace Building: Does Superordinate Bangsamoro Social Identity Mediate the Effects of Collective Ethnic Identity?

By Canuday, Jose Jowel P.

The paper was co-written with Cristina Montiel (lead author) and Melissa Macapagal. Submitted as Book Chapter for Understanding Peace...

Collective Social Identities in Philippine Peace Building: Does Superordinate Bangsamoro Social Identity Mediate the Effects of Collective Ethnic Identity?

By Canuday, Jose Jowel P.

The paper was co-written with Cristina Montiel (lead author) and Melissa Macapagal. Submitted as Book Chapter for Understanding Peace...

Training Actors in the Ateneo Theater Arts Program: Negotiating Western Practices within Cultural Parameters

By Abad, Ricardo G., Maramara, Melissa Vera M.

Anglo-American or Western acting practices, largely influenced by the works of Russian theater theorist Konstantin Stanislavsky, lie at the core...