Old Ties and New Solidarities: Studies on Philippine Communities

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Charles J-H. Macdonald, Guillermo Mangubat Pesigan
Ateneo University Press, Jan 1, 2000 - Social Science - 360 pages
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Contents

Introduction
iii
Levels of Discourse in the Tausug Parang Sabil Epic
12
Kalanguya Sung Poetry as a Cultural Resource
24
The Social Construction of Ethnic Names
41
Local History and Actors Strategies in an Ifugao Village
53
Discriminating Native Traditions among the Mindanao Lumad
74
Community among the Maguindanaons and other Muslim Ethnic Groups
91
The Politics of Ethnicity among Ilokanos in Hawaii
100
SelfExpression and Mutual Sympathy in Farming Villages
177
The Churchs Nonreligious Roles Among Filipino
192
Talking and Writing During the Spanish Colonial
206
Shifts in Meaning of Manila in the Nineteenth Century
219
The Impact of 1898 on Spanish Trade and Investment in the Philippines
234
Moral Appeals and Collective Action in the 1953
250
Mark Thompson
269
Notes
300

Equal But Different?
118
Barangay Health Workers and Local Government Devolution
132
Women Folk Religious Leaders Discourse on Salvation and Development
146
Dissolving State Responsibilities for Forests in Northeast Luzon
158
References
324
The Contributors
351
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