Philippine Sociological Review

The Philippine Sociological Review (PSR) is a forum for sociologists to explore and analyze issues regarding Philippine society and culture.

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Vol 54 (2006)

Table of Contents

Introduction

Introduction to Volume 54 PDF
Czarina Saloma-Akpedonu 3-6

Science and Technology in the Philippines as Cuture and Practice

Science and Technology in the Philippines as Culture and Practice PDF
Czarina Saloma-Akpedonu 7-9
National Innovation System: Prospects and Challenges PDF
Estrella Alabastro 10-12
Professional Autobiography: A Perspective of the Culture and Practice of Science in the Philippines PDF
Ma. Assunta Cuyegkeng 13-17
Exploring Alternative Concepts for a Filipino Car PDF
Delfin Felipe 18-31

Studying Science and Technology in the Philippines as Culture and Practice

Studying Science and Technology in the Philippines as Culture and Practice PDF
Czarina Saloma-Akpedonu 32-35
Interdisciplinary Work: Patterns and Practicalities PDF
Gelia Castillo 36-48
The Role of Everyday Culture for a Scientific Orientation in Philippine Society: Are the Youth Any Different? PDF
Raul Pertierra 49-66
Social Production of Global Services in the Offshore Call Center: A View From the Philippines PDF
Alinaya Fabros 67-82
Online Technologies and Knowledge Production in the Natural Sciences PDF
Marcia Czarina Corazon Medina 83-103

Book Reviews

Saloma-Akpedonu, Czarina. 2006. Possible Worlds in Impossible Spaces: Knowledge, Globality, Gender and Information Technology in the Philippines PDF
Raul Lejano 104-107
Pertierra, Raul. Transforming Technologies: Altered Selves, Mobile Phone and Internet Use in the Philippines PDF
Sakari Taipale 108-110


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