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BPS Professioral Lecture: Perez-Amurao on Filipino teachers in Thailand

This August 21, 2020 from 2-4 PM (Philippine Standard Time), Prof. Dr. Analiza Liezl Perez-Amurao affiliated with Mahidol Univeristy, Thailand – will give a professorial lecture with the title “They are ‘Asians just like us’: Filipino teachers, colonial aesthetics and English language education in Thailand”. Interested individuals should sign up to gain access to the …

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Philippine Social Science Council Webinar Poster

Migration Dialogues: Migrants in the Frontlines

How has the COVID-19 pandemic affected the lives of Filipino health care workers in the United States? Join the Philippine Migration Research Network in the next #PMRNMigrationDialogues webinar, “Migrants in the Frontlines: The State of Filipino Health Care Workers in the United States,” on 20 August 2020, 9:30-11:00 a.m. (Philippine time), live on their Facebook page. Resource …

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Philippine Social Science Council One Science Journal

Call for Abstracts: One Social Science Journal

Due to restrictions brought about by the pandemic, the Philippine Social Science Council has decided to update its call for papers and open a call for extended abstract (approx. 700-1000 words) instead. One Social Science Journal is now accepting studies and other scholarly works in the fields of political science, linguistics, psychology, sociology, public administration, …

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Philippine Social Science Council Social Science Information

Social Science Information Special Issue Out Now!

What have our Filipino social scientists been doing vis-a-vis COVID-19? This special issue of the PSSC Social Science Information responds to this question. With the theme, “Life in Lockdown: Learnings and Stories from Filipino Social Scientists”,  it focuses mainly on the works of social scientists related to the deadly viral disease, which is medically categorized …

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