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  • The Port of Iloilo: Its role in the development of Western Visayas 

    Sonza, Demy P. (Philippine National Historical Society, 1985-12)
    The story of Iloilo as a port of entry officially started on 29 September 1855 when, by royal order of the Queen of Spain, it was opened to international trade. But the port had already been used for interisland commerce ...
  • History and legend in Western Visayan place-names 

    Sonza, Demy P. (Philippine National Historical Society, 1984)
    Philippine place-names have not yet been well-studied. By place-names we mean the names of the various subdivisions of the country such as regions, provinces, cities, municipalities, municipal districts, barangays, sitios, ...
  • Online democracy: A content analysis of Facebook pages of 2016 Philippine presidential candidates 

    Bajar, Jayson Troy F. (Hilaris, 2017)
    This study was conducted to determine the extent of utilization by which Filipino politicians use social media to further a political agenda. A combination of quantitative (conceptual) and qualitative (relational) content ...
  • Kinship system and social organization of the Sulod of Central Panay, Philippines 

    Jocano, F. Landa (1963)
    The Sulod are a relatively small group of non-Christians inhabiting the banks of Panay River between Mt. Siya and Mt. Baloy in Central Panay, Philippines. Unless otherwise indicated, this essay deals with the social ...
  • Casa Real de Iloilo: A tale of a heritage provincial capitol 

    Sonza, Demy P. (Philippine National Historical Society, 2016-12)
    The Casa Real de Iloilo is the oldest and grandest building of its kind in the country. The heritage structure was built as the Provincial Capitol of Iloilo at the start of the sugar boom after the opening of the port of ...
  • Science education in the Philippines 

    Glenn, Earl R. (Wiley, 1959-04)
    This article describes the status of science education in the Philippines. It begins with a brief overview of the history of the country and environment and the context of education. It describes the teaching of science ...
  • Palay: From the paddy to the plate 

    Sonza, Demy P. (Center for West Visayan Studies, 1994)
    <em>Palay</em> or rice (<em>Oryza sativa</em>) has been the staple food crop of the Philippines for centuries. As far as historical records show, Iloilo has been one of the leading provinces in the production of palay. ...
  • The Sulod: A mountain people in Central Panay, Philippines 

    Jocano, F. Landa (Ateneo de Manila University, 1958)
    The writer first visited the Sulod settlements in the mountains of Central Panay in November 1955. This contact was accidental. Out of interest in studying native folktales, the writer, then an undergraduate student, toured ...
  • The 1988 PSS convention in retrospect 

    Ardales, Venancio B. (Philippine Sociological Society, 1987-06)
    The 1986 Convention of the Philippine Sociological Society (PSS) was held despite apprehensions that it would not push through. The most serious apprehension had to do with funds. The P40,000 earmarked by the Society for ...
  • Error analysis in the written texts of pre-service teachers 

    Cocjin, Annalee L. (Asian Scholars Network, 2021-12)
    The errors in the written texts of eleven (11) BSED English Pre-Service Teachers from a private university in Iloilo City, Philippines, are investigated in this study. The Error Analysis framework of Stephen Pit Corder was ...
  • Pyruvate decarboxylase activity of Cyperus rotundus L. under upland and lowland conditions 

    Villalobos, Mizpah C. (2006)
    Pyruvate decarboxylase (PDC) activity was measured from the roots of <em>Cyperus rotundus</em> seedlings obtained from upland and lowland ecosystems. PDC activity was detected in small amounts in the lowland plants but was ...
  • Rural electrification: Its effects on people's socioeconomic life and aspirations 

    Ardales, Venancio B. (1981)
    The study wanted to find out whether households, institutions, and communities which have been exposed to electricity are socially and economically more progressive than those deprived of electrification. With the use ...
  • Squaring a circle 

    Sornito, Juan E. (National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, 1957-01)
    It is impossible to construct a square equal to a given circle by the exclusive use of a straight edge and compass. This paper is intended to present a solution to this problem with a slight departure from the purely ...
  • Vector representation of multiplication and division of complex numbers 

    Sornito, Juan E. (National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, 1954-05)
    One question raised by students in mathematics is how to represent multiplication and division of complex numbers by vectors in rectangular co-ordinates. The purpose of this brief paper is to present a simple explanation ...
  • Mathematical miscellanea: Two cube root curves 

    Sornito, Juan E. (National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, 1955-12)
    It is a matter of common knowledge that it is impossible to duplicate a cube by means of the straightedge and compasses. There are, however, several methods which make use of algebraic curves. This presentation is intended ...
  • Involution operated geometrically 

    Sornito, Juan E. (National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, 1955-04)
    High school students of plane geometry may be interested in the central theme of this paper as a generalization of the usual problem of finding a line equal to the square of a given line.
  • Local governance vs. centralization: The case of pastors in the CPBC 

    Bunda, Nestor D.; Ciriaco, Joel A.; Jalando-on, Francis Neil G.; Java, Margen A.; Ruiz, Lester Edwin J.; Gico, Joniel Howard H. (Institute of Advanced Theological Studies (IATS) and College of Theology, 2005)
    This research endeavor seeks to determine preferences of CPBC pastors on local governance versus centralization. Specifically, the objectives of this study are as follows: 1) To determine the profile of the pastors ...
  • Error analysis in the written texts of pre-service teachers 

    Cocjin, Annalee L. (2020)
    Objectives This study analyzes the errors found in the written texts of BSED English Major Pre-Service Teachers of Central Philippine University, Iloilo City. Specifically, this seeks to identify the errors found in the ...
  • Biblical allusions in Leo Tolstoy’s select short stories: A multi-critique literary reading 

    Cagasan, Bernardo G. (2020)
    Objectives This dissertation theorizes that Leo Tolstoy’s five (5) select stories: <em>Father Sergius, The Devil, Master and Man, Three Deaths</em>, and <em>The Three Hermits</em> contain Biblical Allusions. Methodology This ...
  • The employability of graduates: An assessment of the availment of scholarship and placement services of Central Philippine University 

    Aberia, Rouella Cheyenne C.; Java, Margen A. (2009)
    This study was conducted to determine the employability of graduates by assessing the respondent’s availment of the services provided by the Scholarship and Placement Offices of the University. The one shot survey was ...

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