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PHILIPPINE SOCIAL SCIENCE COUNCIL
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The Philippine Social Science Council (PSSC) is a private, non-stock, non-profit organization of professional social science associations and social science research and instructional institutions in the Philippines.
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Are We Losing Faith? An Invitation to the Sociology of Religion in the Philippines
Aging in Asia-Pacific: Balancing the State and the Family

- a publication of council- member papers from the 20th AASSREC Conference
Energzing the Philippine Social Sciences for the ASEAN Community Conference
Videos are now available at the PSSC Channel.
08 December 2014, 1:00-4:45 PM, PSSC Auditorium
Keynote Speaker: Sec. Imelda Nicolas (CFO)
Registration fee: PhP300.00
Students can attend for free, just present a valid student ID
In celebration of the month of OFWs, PSSC is organizing a research colloquium entitled 40 Years of Labor Migration: Changes in the Field, Lessons for Home
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Philippine Social Science Council
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Diliman, Quezon City, 1101 Philippines
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Religion in the Philippines, many people say, is in trouble these days. Although the Philippines is still palpably religious on various fronts, it is not uncommon to hear of some people’s lamentations that young people, for example, are not attending church anymore. Or that people who profess to be religious do not really understand what they believe in at all. Still, others think that religion has become instrumentalist, with God becoming important only in times of need. In other words, many people question if in fact Filipinos are losing their faith.