PJSD 2017 Volume 9     Click here to view the electronic version of the journal Issue Editor: Rosalinda Pineda Ofreneo, PhD  Editorial Board: Jocelyn T. Caragay Leocito S. Gabo, PhD, DD Sylvia Estrada Claudio, PhD  Nancy E. Parreno  Managing Editor: Valerainne R. Lopez  Technical Editor: Melissa Y. Moran   The CSWCD in the Quest for Sustainable Human Development  Amaryllis […]

pjsd 2016

The 2016 Philippine Journal of Social Development revisits the idea of “creative” of “creativity”, an oft-repeated standard in social development practice yet whose parameters are not always well-defined. What is creativity in social development? Does it entail the utilization of art forms such as songs, poetry or dancing? Is it the same as the creation of something “new”?

PJSD Vol 6 2014

The Philippine Journal of Social Development (PJSD) strives to showcase the College of Social Work and Community Development’s (CSWCD) brand of scholarship of engagement that is people-centered, community-based, participatory, gender-responsive, life-affirming, integrative, and transformative. It invites contributions from scholars inside and outside the College to shed light on both enduring and cutting-edge themes that are part of its research and extension agenda.

PJSD Volume 5 2013

This issue of the Philippine Journal of Social Development contains articles on the general topic of ‘peace and governance’, the fourth research and advocacy cluster of the University of the Philippines College of Social Work and Community Development.

PJSC 2012 Volume 4

The reasons for publishing a special issue of the Philippine Journal of Social Development, were not immediately evident when I was asked to serve as its editor. Dean Rosalinda Pineda-Ofreneo had to explain to me that “social protection” had become quite relevant, perhaps even urgent.

PJSD 2011 Volume 3

The Philippine has not recovered from the devastation brought by Typhoon Sendong in northern Mindanao cities of Cagayan de Oro and Align where about 1,153 died and 105 missing, when on January 5, 2012, another disaster happened in Compostela Valley, also in Mindanao.

PJSD 2010 Volume 2

The UP College of Social Work and Community Development has identified priority development concerns around which research clusters have been formed, i.e., Migration, Disaster Risk Reduction, Governance, and Social Protection. These concerns translate into a series of thematic issues for the Philippine Journal of Social Development, beginning with this one on international migration.

PJSD 2009 Volume 1

The Philippine Journal of Social Development (formerly the CSWCD Development Journal) was conceived to create a cross-disciplinal, cross-institutional forum for social development in the country. This move was inspired by necessity. We cannot really talk about social development work without recognizing and acknowledging that a number of disciplines contribute to this undertaking.