CSC Monograph Series 1

 TITLE: 
 Social Science Edition: Knowledge, Development and the Social Scientist
AUTHOR/S:
Julius Mendoza and Carol De Raedt
DATE: 
1983

Description:

This issue features short pieces by two social scientists based at UP College Baguio. Prof.. Mendoza pens “Social Science as Practical Task” to provide the broadest philosophical framework possible for the pursuit of knowledge in, and practice of, social science. In “Notes of Development” Prof. Carol De Raedt’s collected nuggets on development specify the ideal positions and functions of social science in development concerns.

 

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CSC Monograph Series 2b

 TITLE: 
Social Science Edition: The Social Dynamics of Irrigation in Tukukan Society
AUTHOR/S:
June Prill-Brett
DATE: 
1983

Description:

The author examines the role of ritual in the maintenance of indigenous irrigation systems in the Cordillera, focusing on Tukukan, Bontoc as area of her study.

CSC Monograph Series 3

 TITLE: 
The Cordilleras, from Different Perspectives
AUTHOR/S:
Melanie Wiber, et al.
DATE: 
1984

Description:

This issue carries a compilation of five works representing various interests. Wiber gives a sketch of work involved in field research in social anthropology. Poet and playwright Nonilon Queaño discusses why Cordillera society or culture is a veritable mine of themes and inspiration for creative writing. Historian and artist Geoffrey Carantes provides a synthesis of his interests with an illustrative sketch of Cordillera historical and cultural elements in a pull out poster. Gerladine Fiagoy gives an update on the state of a research project in Loo Valley. And Joana Cariño presents a piece of Baguio-Benguet history using the accounts of the prominent Cariño family.

 

CSC Monograph Series 4

 TITLE: 
Social Science Edition
AUTHOR/S:
June Prill-Brett, Joanna Cariño, and Melanie Wiber
DATE: 
1984

Description:

The Folio is a compilation of three research articles. Melanie Wiber presents preliminary findings on the productive technology of the Kabayan Ibaloi. In “Corporate Groups in the Productive Technology of the Ibaloi: A Preliminary Report,” the author is concerned with understanding the social context of upland, communal irrigation and gaining insight into the corporate control of productive resources in a cognatic society. In “Splayed Feet: An Ecological Adaptation of Mountain Populations,” June Prill-Brett explores the splayed feet phenomena among the Bontok people in Central Cordillera. She tests a hypothesis that it is an ecological adaptation among populations engaged in activities where the basal joint of the big toe is affected, causing it to splay. Joanna Cariño concludes the monograph on the history of the Cariños in “The Cariños and Baguio-Benguet History: Conclusion.”

 

 

CSC Monograph Series 5b

 TITLE: 
Innovation and Social Change: The Ibaloy Cattle Enterprise in Benguet
AUTHOR/S:
Bienvenido Tapang Jr.
DATE: 
1985

Description:

This study investigates the response of the Ibaloy to the introduction of cattle in their economic system. The author situates the industry within the ritual tradition and locates the role of social class in the operation of the industry. He presents a discussion of the factors responsible for the spread, decline and eventual extinction of the cattle raising enterprise.

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