By: Nikka Bierneza Nadon Last month, our class took part in the National Peace Consciousness Month, which aims to promote peace, harmony and solidarity in our community and the world. We are second year sociology undergraduates of the Mindanao State University-General Santos City studying Philippine Contemporary Issues with Dr. Mario Continue reading.
The 2015 PSS National Conference is less than two weeks away! MSU-IIT’s organizing team has been putting lots of hard work in making the conference both meaningful and enjoyable. Here are the personalities working tirelessly behind the scenes. The Philippine Sociological Society thanks our dearest colleagues for their time and Continue reading.
The countdown begins for the 2015 PSS National Conference in Mindanao State University-Iligan Institute of Technology (MSU-IIT). On 16-17 October 2015, paper presenters from the Philippines and overseas will examine the contexts and challenges of the sociology of peace and conflict. Over 100 abstracts were submitted from more than 40 Continue reading.
The Philippine Sociological Society is hosting the first Sociology Caravan in Northern Mindanao. The Sociology Caravan is a series of research fora which aims to promote sociology as a discipline, a culture of research and networking among students and scholars of social sciences in the Philippines. The first leg is co-presented with the following Continue reading.
On August 18, 2015, the Philippine League of Sociology Students-Diliman (PLSS-Diliman) in partnership with Sociosphere-the Sociology Core Group, hosted a forum entitled “Seeing Through the Smoke and Mirrors: An Assessment of the Presidential Term of PNoy.” With the theme “Back to Basics”, the talk aimed to further promote sociological and critical Continue reading.