CSC Working Paper 5

TITLE: 
 A Survey of Cordillera Indigenous Political Institutions
AUTHOR/S:
June Prill-Brett
DATE: 
1987; reprint ed. 1995
Description:

This paper is an initial inventory and review of ethnographic literature that focuses on indigenous Cordillera political institutions. It attempts to identify data gaps to be filled in by a proposed research aimed at investigating the policy implications of indigenous institutions on Cordillera autonomy.

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CSC Working Paper 4

TITLE: 
Baguio Citizen Response to the February 1986 Snap Election and Revolution
AUTHOR/S:
Steven Rood
DATE: 
1987
Description:

Rood looks at the background of the February 1986 snap presidential election and its revolutionary aftermath. An assessment of the election is also made and the activities that transpired in Baguio City during this time is described. The paper also presents results of a survey done in Baguio on January, February and April of 1986 to trace the dynamics of public opinion.

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CSC Working Paper 3

 TITLE: 
Similarities and Differences in Lifestyles in the Central Cordillera of Northern Luzon (Philippines): An Anti-Evolutionary View
AUTHOR/S:
Jules De Raedt
DATE: 
1987; reprint ed. 1995
Description:

The author looks into the unity and diversity of custom among the different ethnolinguistic groups in the Cordillera, particularly the Kalingas.

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CSC Working Paper 2

 TITLE: 
Cash Flow in a Typical Farming Household in the Loo Valley Rural Ecosystem
AUTHOR/S:
Bienvenido Tapang Jr.
DATE: 
1987
Description:

The paper is a product of the case writing workshop conducted at the East-West Environment and Policy Institute, East-West Center, Hawaii. It traces the flow of the cash resource in Loo Valley to find out how the resource impinges on system properties. The paper also discusses emergent properties of the Loo Valley rural ecosystem.

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CSC Working Paper 1

 TITLE: 
Coping Strategies in the Bontok Highland Agroecosystem: The Role of Ritual
AUTHOR/S:
June Prill-Brett
DATE: 
1987
Description:

Presented in this paper are the kinds of coping strategies developed through time by Bontok farmers in response to agricultural uncertainties regulated through rituals.

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