Asia-Pacific Social Science Review

The Asia-Pacific Social Science Review (APSSR) is an internationally refereed journal published biannually by De La Salle University, Manila, Philippines. It aims to advance and deepen the study of social sciences in Asia and the Pacific. The APSSR provides a venue for social scientists, policymakers, and practitioners to articulate, ventilate, and argue key questions and concerns towards a better understanding of social science disciplines and their impact on broad development issues.

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Vol 10, No 2 (2010): Global Politics and Human Society

Table of Contents

From the Editor

From the Editor: Vol.10(2) 2010 PDF
Julio C Teehankee

Articles

Understanding Civil-Military Relations Today: The Case of Thailand with Implications for Emerging Democracies in Asia PDF
Paul Chambers 1-24
Boots on Unstable Ground: Democratic Governance of the Armed Forces under post 9/11 US-Philippine Military Relations PDF
Rosalie Arcala Hall 25-42
Effect of District Magnitude on Electoral Corruption under a Block Vote System: The Case of Thailand PDF
Napisa Waitoolkiat 43-58
The State and "Transnational Advocacy Networks" in the Prevention and Control of Transnational Crime PDF
Ma Zenia M Rodriquez 59-66
Renewable Energy (RE) Sector Development in the Philippines Based on the Perspectives and Experiences of Selected Industry Managers PDF
Jalton Garces Taguibao 67-82

Book Review

Fiction as Fact: False Memories of WWII in the Philippines PDF
J Michael Houlahan 83-86


Asia-Pacific Social Science Review ISSN: 0119-8386

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