Found 57 articles associated to the institution University of the Philippines Diliman.
Ang Dalumat ng Panahon at Espasyo sa Mga Traki ng Dulangan Manobo (Time and Space in the Ballads of the Dulangan Manobo) by Rosario Cruz-Lucero14-March-2007
The duyuy nga traki or the “narrative chants” of the Dulangan Manobo of Mindanao, Philippines use elements of nature to symbolize the historical, cultural and political experiences of the Manobos during a certain time and place.
Anomie and Isolation: The Wind-up Bird Chronicle, Ghost in the Shell, Serial Experiments Lain, and Japanese Consensus Society by Elmo Gonzaga14-March-2007
Three cultural texts from Japan, which were produced during the economic depression in the 1990s, have been found to emulate the state of the Japanese society during the period of adversity and social instability.
FROM THE MOUTHS OF BABES. . . AND MOMS An Analysis of Mother-Child Interaction: Focus on the Mothers’ Questions by Maria Corazon Aspeli-Castro14-March-2007
Verbal and nonverbal interaction strategies mothers use with their children greatly affect the development of the children’s speech style and communication skills.
Humanities Diliman Vol. 3 No. 1: Analysis of Traditions in the Philippines13-March-2007
Three articles from the latest issue of Humanities Diliman of the University of the Philippines, Diliman analyze common knowledge in language, arts and society in the Philippines.
Honey, I Shrunk Oble!23-February-2007
The National Institute of Physics, University of the Philippines (UP) has miniaturized the Oblation (UP’s trademark) as part of its project on micro-fabrication of functional micro-devices using non-linear multi-photon absorption. The research project aims to use micro-structures as components in an integrated miniaturized laboratory.
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