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Philippine Sociological Society

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Source: Philippine Sociological Review, Vol. 63 (2015)
Published by: Philippine Sociological Society
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OFFICIAL JOURNAL
OF THE
PHILIPPINE

5
SOCIOLOGICAL
SOCIETY

PHILIPPINE
SOCIOLOGICAL
REVIEW
VOLUME 63

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PHILIPPINE
SOCIOLOGICAL
REVIEW

Volume 63 • 2015

Jayeel Serrano Cornelio, Issue Editor


Hannah Glimpse Nario and Patricia Luzano Enriquez, Editorial Associates
Filomin Candaliza-Gutierrez, Editor

INTERNATIONAL EDITORIAL BOARD

Syed Farid Alatas • National University of Singapore, Singapore


Michael Burawoy • University of California (Berkeley), USA
Gelia Castillo • National Academy of Science and Technology, Philippines
Mercedes Concepcion • National Academy of Science and Technology, Philippines
Raewyn Connell • University of Sydney, Australia
Abdul Rahman Embong • Universiti Kebangsaan, Malaysia
Hsin-huang Michael Hsiao • Academia Sinica, Taipei City, Taiwan
Devorah Kalekin-Fishman ■ University of Haifa, Israel
Surichai Wun'Gaeo • Chulalongkorn University, Thailand

The Philippine Sociological Review (PSR) is the official journal of


the Philippine Sociological Society, Inc. It publishes empirical
articles on the Philippines, Filipinos, Philippine society and
culture, and conceptual or theoretical papers that promote
the understanding of these topics and of the discipline. Peer
reviewed, the PSR is recognized by the Commission on Higher
Education (CHED) as an Accredited Research Journal. It is
published annually.

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Copyright © 2015 by the Philippine Sociological Society.


ISSN 0031-7810

Front cover image: Karl Fredrick M. Castro


Back cover image: Marion John Villasis

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PHILIPPINE
SOCIOLOGICAL
REVIEW
Volume 63

Table of Contents

Introduction 1

Jayeel Serrano Cornelio, Issue Editor

ARTICLES

Filipino Domestic Workers Rights and Welfare: Discursive


Framings by NGOs in Hong Kong and the Philippines 7
Ma. Glenda Lopez -Wui and Dina Delias

Filipino Maritime Students and Seafarers:


Defying Dominant Social imaginaries 33
Valentin M. Mendoza

Saving Marine Life: An Empirical Assesment of


Ecofeminist Thought in Coastal Communities 61
Raquelyn Jumawan-Dadang

Voices from the Margins: Widening the Cracks


in the Development Discourse 85

Agustin Martin G. Rodriguez

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Public Service and Journalistic Authority
in the Production of Early Evening News Programs 111

Estelle Marie M. Ladrido

Manners of Resistance: Symbolic Defiance of


Colonial Authority in Nineteenth Century Philippines 137
Fernando A. Santiago, Jr.

Rogue Cops Among Rogues: Trolls and Trolling


in Social Networking Sites 169
Maria Corinna Priscila D. Escartin

COMMENTARY

Masculinity, Patronage Politics, and the Feminization


of School Spirit in the Ateneo-La Salle UAAP Rivalry 191
Miguel Antonio N. Lizada

BOOK REVIEWS

Of Compassion Fatigue and Televisual Suffering


Review of The Poverty of Television:
The Mediation of Suffering in Class-Divided Philippines
by Jonathan Corpus Ong. London: Anthem Press, 2015 217
Louie Jon A. Sanchez

The Changing Filipino Family


Review of The Filipino Family 3rd Edition by
Belen T. Medina. Quezon City: University of
the Philippines Press 223
Amaryllis T. Torres

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