This is a compilation of articles that cover a broad range of research topics including community organizing, gender division of labor, trust building, organizational development and fieldwork supervision.
Marking the 20th year of the Dept. of Women and Development Studies and the College’s 40th year, the articles contained in this issue highlight the “footprints” of women and their contributions to a world that has been made better for them to live in.
The articles in this issue represent the major activities of the Research and Extension for Development Office (REDO), namely, research, extension and publication, in advocating for an empowering, gender sensitive, participatory and pro-people society.
This issue contains articles in social work as an applied discipline in the Philippines. It describes the framework of the profession as well as its practical value to people and partners that require social work intervention.
The articles in this issue present and analyze the experiences from four different fieldwork areas of the field instruction program of the Department of Community Development.
This issue contains articles on women’s situations and issues.
This issue features articles on older persons, Aeta women, and child laborers in the footwear industry.
This issue discusses the historical development of the social work profession and the application of social work interventions, concepts in the different research studies conducted by the faculty of the Department of Social Work.
The articles in this issue deal on advocacy and various concerns of the faculty-writers of the Department of Community Development. These are direct practices of the authors in organizing, teaching and research.
This issue contains articles on working with communities.