Issues, Challenges, and Opportunities in Sustainable Tourism Development in Central Visayas: Specific and Common Concerns of Cebu and Bohol by Belinda F. Espiritu and Cora Jane C. Lawas

ABSTRACT This paper explores the status, issues and concerns, and challenges and opportunities in sustainable tourism development in Central Visayas using the framework of sustainable development, with its three aspects of socio-cultural sustainability, ecological sustainability, and economic sustainability. Cebu and Bohol, the top two tourist destinations in Central Visayas, are popular for the following: world-class hotels, beaches, and...

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Logged out: Analyzing Non-Participation in the Internet by Jason Abellaneda Baguia

Abstract Participation in the multimedia and Web 3.0 era has been theorized, leading to models like Nico Carpentier’s (2011) access, interaction, and participation (AIP) that is oft-debated in communication discourse. There is evidence, however, of human movement towards non-participation that occurs with, alternately to, or after media-aided participation. Investigating this is crucial to holistic theorizing of media use and non-use and of...

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An innovative experiential and collaborative learning approach to an undergraduate marketing management course: A case of the Philippines by Tiffany Adelaine G. Tan, Aileen Joan Vicente

ABSTRACT This paper proposes a collaborative approach with the Computer Science Department and Product Design Course to conducting Marketing Management (MM) in the undergraduate program to achieve the skills critical to the 21st-century. These skills are collaboration and teamwork, creativity, and critical thinking and problem-solving. This study aims to present a case of innovative experiential learning in teaching an advanced MM course by...

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Creative Work Portfolio of Professor Dennis Montera Leading to his Ph. D. in Creative Industries Design

Creative Work Portfolio of Professor Dennis Montera Leading to his Ph. D. in  Creative Industries Design

2015 Solo Exhibition Compiled PDF Copy of the Solo Exhibition Prof. Montera Solo Exhibition 2015-1-12Download Prof. Montera Solo Exhibition 2015-13-24Download 2017 Solo Exhibition Compiled PDF Copy of the Solo Exhibition Prof. Montera Solo Exhibition 2017_1-10Download Prof. Montera Solo Exhibition 2017_-11-20Download Prof. Montera Solo Exhibition 2017_-21-28Download 2018 Solo Exhibition Compiled PDF Copy of the Solo Exhibition Prof. Montera...

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Forging a Just and Lasting Peace in the Philippines by Regletto Aldrich Imbong

The Philippines has experienced the longest Maoist insurrection in Asia. For almost half a century, the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) the New People’s Army (NPA), and the National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP) have waged a civil war against the Government of the Republic of the Philippines (GRP). Claiming to  the end centuries of neo-colonial bondage and plunder, feudal and capitalist exploitation, bureaucratic...

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Media Self-regulation through Media Literacy: Insights from the Cebu Citizens-Press Council (CCPC) by Ma. Theresa Angelina Q. Tabada

Abstract How does the press regulate itself? Through document research, key informant interviews, and participant observation, the researcher studied how the Cebu Citizens-Press Council (CCPC) promotes media self-regulation (MSR) among the Cebu press and media literacy (ML) among citizens and netizens in Cebu, a metropolis in southern Philippines. Led by civil society leaders, the editors-in-chief of Cebu newspapers, and other media leaders,...

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