Philippine Politics and Governance: Challenges to Democratization and Development, Volume 1
Department of Political Science, College of Social Sciences and Philosophy, University of the Philippines, 2006 - Democracy - 303 pages
Essays on topics such as Women and Politics in the Philippines; the Environmental Movement and Philippine Politics; Philippine social movements before, during, and after Martial Law; Religion, Church and Politics in the Philippines; and much more.
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