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The Age of Urban Development and the Ecological Situation research

By: Benjz Gerard Sevilla

Technological advances and material profligacy of consumerist society are depleting natural resources and placing unsustainable burdens in the plan...

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Heavy Metal Blood Levels Among Industrial Worker research

By: National Research Council of the Philippines (NRCP)

In developing countries, the health problems brought about by agro-industrial hazards are either those that give immediate effect or those that pro...

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Evolutionary dynamics of a conditional-cash-transfer Program for the Poor research

By: National Research Council of the Philippines (NRCP)

Evolutionary dynamics of a conditional-cash-transfer Program for the poor, by Drandreb Earl O. Juanico Department of Mathematics, School of Science...

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Under Duress: Suppressing and Recovering Memories of the Indonesian Sixties research

By: Ateneo De Manila University

From October 1965, the Indonesian Communist Party (Partai Komunis Indonesia, or PKI) and its followers were brutally repressed after the party’s al...

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“Subaltern” Remembrances: Mapping Affective Approaches to Partition Memory research

By: Ateneo De Manila University

Theorizing affect in relationship to interdisciplinary developments among geographies of memory and subaltern studies, this essay engages the visua...

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Counteractive Strategies in Colonial and Postcolonial Narratives of Memory: Joseph Conrad’s Heart of Darkness and Anita Desai’s Clear Light of Day research

By: Ateneo De Manila University

This paper examines the role of memory in colonial and postcolonial literary narratives. In postcolonial and colonial literary discourse, memory sp...

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A New Floor for the Silenced?: Congolese Hip-Hop in Belgium research

By: Ateneo De Manila University

Contrary to most other former metropoles, Belgian postcolonial memory does not provoke much turmoil. It is dominated by white narratives, which hig...

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Is Closure Still Possible for the Marcos Human Rights Victims? research

By: Ateneo De Manila University

More than twenty-five years after the downfall of the Marcos regime, the dark legacies of the martial law era remain unresolved. One of these is th...

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The Recruitment of Female “Mules” by Transnational Criminal Organizations: Securitization of Drug Trafficking in the Philippines and Beyond research

By: Ateneo De Manila University

Southeast Asia has long been vulnerable to drug trafficking. Recently, intensified flows of persons, goods, and capital across borders have rendere...

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The Malaysian Plot: Marcos, Sabah, and the Origins of Moro Secessionism research

By: Ateneo De Manila University

The Lahad Datu incident makes a re-examination of Philippine claim to Sabah compelling. During the twenty-year Marcosian rule, the Sabah claim some...

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Reshaping Metro Manila: Gentrification, Displacement, and the Challenge Facing the Urban Capital research

By: Ateneo De Manila University

Globalization and liberal economic reforms provide both opportunities and threats for developing cities. It can bring much needed capital and econo...

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“Smartphone Migration” Emerging Lifestyle and Changing Habits of Indian Labor Migrants in Johannesburg research

By: Ateneo De Manila University

This paper aims to understand the life of Indian labor migrants in the post-migration phase. To understand the cultural aspects of labor migrants i...

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Mapping the Path to Philippine Reproductive Rights Legislation: Signs of Progress Amidst Obstacles research

By: Ateneo De Manila University

While the Philippines is a signatory to multiple international conventions that affirm women’s reproductive rights, attempts to enact legislation t...

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Transnational Ideas and Connections: Understanding Asian Civil Society Activism research

By: Ateneo De Manila University

Whether one looks back at armed insurgency movements, the Philippines’ People Power, or Jakarta’s riots against Suharto, transnational ideas, model...

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Hypocrisy At The Lectern Do Our Personal Lifestyle Choices Reflect Our Spoken Commitment To Global Sustainabilty? research

By: Ateneo De Manila University

Do our actions model a genuine commitment to global sustainability? Or do they belie that spoken commitment? These questions are addressed in this ...

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The Challenge of Future Generations for Business Ethics research

By: Ateneo De Manila University

This article reviews the problematic surrounding the concept of future generations, which is intertwined with questions concerning intergenerationa...

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The Economy of Communion Model A Spirituality-Based View of Global Sustainability and its Application to Management Education research

By: Ateneo De Manila University

This paper describes recent concerns with management education and offers the Economy of Communion (EoC) Model as an example that maybe used in man...

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The Wicked Problems of Global Sustainability Need Wicked (Good) Leaders and Wicked (Good) Collaborative Solutions research

By: Ateneo De Manila University

Making a difference in the pursuit of a more sustainable world increasingly requires the ability to contend successfully with the wicked problem th...

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The Art of Rural Business research

By: Ateneo De Manila University

Grameen Shakti has mastered the art of rural business. Sixteen years ago, the Bangladesh-based renewable energy company was a pioneer in an unexplo...

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Social Venture Business Model Archetypes: Five Vehicles for Creating Economic and Social Value research

By: Ateneo De Manila University

Social ventures balance the economic and social dimensions of value creation to alleviate the problems created by shared collective issues. While m...