AUDRN Research Projects 2012

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Four Research Projects on Local Knowledge approved for 2012 by the United Board, for Philippine-based partners of AUDRN

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AUDRN Research Projects 2012

  1. 1. Four Research Projects on Local Knowledge approved for 2012 by the United Board for Philippine-based partners of AUDRN In Search of Indigenous/Traditional The broad aim is to discover, document and preserve the Knowledge and Practices of Tan- indigenous /traditional arts, culture and practices of Tan-awan awan Village, West Negros Village and share it to others through establishment of local theatre University and publication before it is lost due to abrupt changes in our society. Image credit: Tess Tabada Passing On the Gift: Local Healing One major goal is to use the local knowledge shared with the Modalities in an Ayta Community in younger Aytas and other young people who may want to accept the Floridablanca, Pampanga, gift of healing methodologies that are passed on. The research Philippines, Miriam College findings could be used in classrooms as material for courses such as Sociology 101, Theology 104, and International Studies courses on the undergraduate level and Religious Education 211 -Inculturation and Filipino Theology on the graduate level. Image Credit: kamoteus @Flickr
  2. 2. The Virgins of Cavite: Religiosity, This study is expected to provide an extensive documentation bothArts and HistoryDe La Salle in written and in multi-media format on the faith- ritual-historicalUniversity – Dasmarinas, Cavite dimensions of Caviteños devotion to the Blessed Virgin Mary. It will help renew and strengthen the veneration to and appreciation of the role of the Blessed Virgin on the lives of the Caviteños. Image Credit: lolay @FlickrBuilding Bridges between Formal The main goal of this study is to gather and document IP laws andLaws and Living Laws: An Action dissect them vis-à-vis national official laws (particularly the RepublicResearch on Indigenous Laws in Act No. 8371, otherwise known as “The Indigenous Peoples Rightsthe Philippines AUDRN and 5 Act of 1997) in the hope of identifying gaps—contextual divergence,institutions (Ateneo de Zamboanga conceptual variances and even political premises—in order toUniversity, Urios University, La provide an analysis of existing conflict, bridge understanding andSalle Bacolod, Angeles University consensus among stakeholders, and offer case studies that couldFoundation, Miriam College) inform suitable legislative bills for possible sponsorship in Philippine Congress. Image Credit: Joel C. Yuvienco

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