REDO – Publications and Teaching/Training Materials Development

Publications and Teaching/Training Materials Development

 

REDO acts as the managing and marketing unit for CSWCD publications authored by faculty members, students, REPS, and other practitioners in social development. These publications contain discussions derived from the rich experiences int he fields of social welfare, community organizing, gender and development, participatory development, advocacy, and development education. Regular publications include the CSWCD Newsmagazine, Philippine Journal of Social Development, monographs, handbooks and manuals. Video materials for teaching and training are also produced.

 

List of Publications: 

Philippine Journal of Social Development

Formerly known as the CSWCD Development Journal, the Philippine Journal of Social Development (PJSD) is a refereed journal published bi-annually which features articles on the identified research and agenda of the College. It serves as the venue for sharing theoretical concepts as well as field/practical experience, research outputs, and reflections of faculty, staff, students, alumni and practitioners.

PJSD 2016 Volume 8 (Latest Issue)

 PJSD 2015 Volume 7

PJSD 2014 Volume 6 Number 1

PJSD 2013 Volume 5

PJSD 2012 Volume 4

PJSD 2011 Volume 3

PJSD 2010 Volume 2

PJSD 2009 Volume 1

CSWCD Development Journal

CSWCD Journal 2004

 Training Proceedings

Community Organizing amidst Evolving Concerns in Social Development

 Special Publications

 

004CD Research Monograph 2 (2010)

Building Children’s Spaces

Reflections on Children Organizing for Peace and Development 

by Ma. Theresa V. Tungpalan, Wildredo P. Awitan 

This compilation of four articles is the second in the series of Community Development Research Monographs which the Department of Community Development wishes to share based on academic, research and extension work of its faculty and students.  These articles show how community development methodologies and approaches can be applied in different contexts but still anchored to its basic principles of empowerment, gender-fairness, participatory processes, social justice and transformation. Building children’s spaces becomes crucial for children to interact freely with other children, to build dreams, and to advocate, and engage in child-centered developments efforts.

 

 

 

002Rooted to Land – Stregthening Indigenous People’s Community Processes (2009) 
by Aleli B. Bawagan, Ma. Veronica A. Hernando & Melinda T. Awid  

“Rooted to the Land – Strengthening Indigenous People’s Community Processes” is the first edition of the CD Research Monograph Series.  It includes recent researches cultural traditions and processes in the context of pro-poor development agenda among the Iraya Mangyans of Mindoro, Aeta Mag-antsi of Central Luzon and Western Subanons of Zamboanga.  These studies speak of their cultural roots, their shared experiences and their hopes as indigenous peoples.  Their stories also provide glimpses of their arduous journey towards a better future amidst the challenges of modernization and progress dominated by lowland cultural norms.

 

 

 

 

005Handbook for Researchers (2005)
by Ma. Theresa V. Tungpalan 

The Handbook for Researchers is a product of many years of experience in the teaching-learning process of social research. The author developed the materials as part of handling academic research classes among graduate and undergraduate students of Community Development as well as non-formal training on social research among development professionals and community leaders.

 

 

 

 

 

1Advocacy for Beginners (2004)

By Leticia S. Tojos

This material was made possible through the initiative of the Research and Extension for Development Office. It is intended for development workers who have taken interest in advocacy work and would like to acquire beginning knowledge and skills in doing it.

 

 

 

 

 

 

003Evaluation of Social Action Programs and Projects in the Philippines:

Focus on Community-Based and Participatory Evaluation Schemes (1995)

By Sylvia H. Guerrero

Ma. Theresa V. Tungpalan

Jocelyn T. Caragay

 

The study focused on community-based and participatory evaluation schemes for social programs in the Philippines. The 26 evaluation studies reviewed covered health, nutrition, family planning, social welfare, education, community organizing, livelihood/socioeconomic projects and women’s programs.

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