The Philippines

Living in the City as Sama-Bajau: The Case of Magsahaya’s Family (Aoyama Waka, the University of Tokyo) Abstract : This manuscript is a direct self-translation of Chapter Nine, originally entitled “Magsahaya’s family: moving around over the ground as beggars,” from my Japanese book, An Ethnography...More
Living in the City as Sama-Bajau: the Case of Kaluman’s Family (Aoyama Waka, University of Tokyo) Abstract: This manuscript is a direct self-translation of Chapter Eight, originally entitled “A Kapirin family: the life of a fisherman’s household and protection of ‘Tuhan’,” from my Japanese book, An...More
Living a New Life as “Christian Bajau”? (Aoyama Waka, University of Tokyo) Abstract : This manuscript is a direct self-translation of chapter ten from my Japanese book, An Ethnography of Poverty: Socioeconomic Life of Five Sama Families in Davao City, Philippines , published by the University of...More
Living in the City as Sama-Bajau: the Case of Papa Melcito’s Family (Waka Aoyama, The University of Tokyo) Abstract : This manuscript is a direct self-translation of Chapter Seven, originally entitled “Papa Melcito’s family: economic predicament and changing religious practices,” from my Japanese...More
Living in the City as Sama-Bajau: the Case of Bilaiya’s Family (Waka Aoyama, The University of Tokyo) Abstract : This manuscript is a direct self-translation of Chapter Six, originally entitled “Biraiya’s family: prayers of a mother and daughters peddling secondhand clothes,” from my Japanese book...More
Yip, Hon Ming 葉漢明, ed. Globalization and Gender: The Implications of Global Economic Restructuring for Women in China and Southeast Asia 《 全球化與性別:全球經濟重組對中國和東南亞女性的意義 》 . Hong Kong: The Chinese University of Hong Kong 香港中文大學香港亞太研究所, 2011. Reviewed by Tuen Yi Chiu (Ph.D. candidate, Department of...More
Creating Living Space against Social Exclusion: The Experience of Sama-Bajau migrants in Davao City, the Philippines ( Waka AOYAMA, The University of Tokyo) Abstract : In Davao City, the Philippines, ethno-linguistic and cultural diversity are officially treated as resources. However, the Sama-...More
To Become “Christian Bajau”: The Sama Dilaut’s Conversion to Pentecostal Christianity in Davao City, Philippines ( Aoyama Waka , The University of Tokyo) March 2016 - paper removed Abstract : The predicament of the Sama Dilaut who fled conflict-mired areas in the Southern Philippines northward to...More
Engel’s Law in Vietnam and the Philippines: Effects of In-Kind Consumption on Inequality and Poverty ( Atsushi Maki and Satoshi Ohira) Abstract : This paper focuses on the Philippines and Vietnam where poverty alleviation programs play a critical role in maintaining minimal living standards, making...More
Welfare State Development in East Asia: A Cross-Continental Comparison (Yasuhiro Kamimura, Nagoya University) Abstract : The last quarter century has witnessed the rapid transformation of welfare states in East Asia. It is, however, impossible to capture the magnitude of this change if we limit our...More
Pook at Paninindigan : A Critical Appraisal of Pantayong Pananaw (POOK AT PANININDIGAN: KRITIKA NG PANTAYONG PANANAW) Ramon Guillermo (Diliman, Quezon City: The University of the Philippines Press, 2009), 210 pages. Reviewed by Manuel Victor Sapitula (Ph.D. Candidate, Sociology, National University...More