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Brgy Gulod Community Study (2008) [Binangonan, Rizal, Region 4A, Philippines]

Brgy Gulod Community Study (2008) [Binangonan, Rizal, Region 4A, Philippines]

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Brgy. Gulod, Talim Island, Binangonan, Rizal, Rigion 4A, Philippines
Brgy. Gulod, Talim Island, Binangonan, Rizal, Rigion 4A, Philippines

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Published by: John Nicer Abletis on Nov 09, 2010
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Polytechnic University of the Philippines
College of Arts
Department of Sociology
Sta. Mesa, Manila
A Community Study of Brgy. Gulod,Talim Island, Binangonan, Rizal.
April 28-May 24, 2008
Conducted by the PUP-BS Sociology 3-1 -CO 2008 Gulod and Kaytome TeamOn their summer course Community Organizing (CO/SO370) SY: 2008
Gulod TeamAbletis, John N.Adraque, Joann C.Aglipay, Kathleen Cara A.Alonzo, Carel Joyce E.Gitano, Meann C.Go, Kathlene Rea S.
Presented to the class of 
Prof. Roseller Luciano
CO 2008 Adviser and FacultyDepartment of Sociology
week of June, 1
semester of SY 2008-2009
Sa inyong lahat, maraming-maraming
Our deepest gratitude should be known to those people who helped us inconducting this one month research and immersion activity at Brgy. Gulod, TalimIsland, Binangonan, Rizal.To our parents who have financed our one month immersion activity and haveoffered their love, care and trust while we were in the field.To the PUP Department of Sociology (Chair Emanuel De Guzman and thefaculty) for allowing the BS Sociology 3-1 class to conduct their summer courseimmersion/organizing activity in the Province of Rizal.To the Provincial Government of Rizal, especially to Gov. Casimiro Ynares andto the Municipality Government of Binangonan, especially to Mayor CecilioYnares, for allowing us to conduct our one month immersion and researchactivity within their jurisdiction. Such gratitude is being extended for their warmwelcome to us, the PUP CO 2008 Gulod and Kaytome Team on a socializationevent at the Brgy. Gulod’s Covered Court.To the Barangay Government of Gulod and Kaytome, Talim Island, Binangonan,Rizal, especially to Brgy. Captain Jesus “Kapitan Jess” Añis and Brgy. CaptainFlorencio “Kapitan Tugs” Dominguez for giving us the warmest welcome thatthey could ever give, as well us for providing us the local documents we neededfor the completion of this study.To Kuya Alvin (Alvin Dominguez) who helped us in working out our legaldocuments to the local government officials. He was also the one who introducedus to KG6 and helped us during our ocular visits in the place.To the elders (pamunuan) of the KG6 band (Kaytome-Gulod 2006 Youth BandInc.), especially to Tito Emiliano “Kuya Emil” Dominguez who personallyaccepted us despite his tight schedule. Kuya Emil, Salamat po ng marami!To Mr. Loreto “Pangs” Rivera, president of the KG6 band who accommodatedour one month stay in his two houses at the two barangays. He acted as our father while in the conduct of this month long activity. Marami pong salamat sapagtanggap amin.To Kuya Froylan and Ate Liza who showed us the process of making charcoal.To Kuya Philemon sa mga kwento at turo tungkol sa paghahalaman. Kay AteElvie (Kapitana), Kuya Reymunto, Nanay Ave, at Tatay Ingo sa pagsama sa’minsa maisan. To KC and Jhed sa pakikisama at pakikipagkaibigan.To the facilitators of our 3 day seminar-workshop within the two barangays. Fritz,Jr, (etong dalawang eto ang tour guide namin sa Mt. Tagapo) Rr, Melvin, SKChair Jason, and Ricky. Salamat sa inyo! Salamat din sa pakikisama!To the 1
and 2
batches of KG6 youth band, Salamat kasi kinaibigan nyo kamiat tinanggap nyo kami sa paraang kaming-kami.And to whom should I give the greatest thanks of all? Syempre to God, he is theone who provided us all of what we now, and what we have accomplished duringour stay in Talim. Karapat-dapat nga siyang purihin.
Sociology is the study of society, its processes, interactions, anddynamics, its development, characteristics, distinctions, problems, andpossible solutions for the alleviation of some of the social problems thatmankind are presently (and continuously) facing. Such complexundertaking and view about society is also being shared by other fields of Social Science (e.g. Political Science, Economics, Anthropology, History,etc.). However, such fields of inquiries view society in its respectivespecific scope of focus (ex. Pol. Sci for political aspect), what makesSociology different from its brother sciences is that it views society both inits specific aspects and at its entirety. A holistic approach is whatSociology can promise to provide, analyzing the impact of modernity onthe lives of people, considering it as crucial in the dynamics of theprocesses and interactions within society. Sociology was created, and iscontinuously being created, with that hope that it could provide us a better understanding of what is happening on us within a collectivity (family,friends, community, etc.) and how such understanding could help us facethe future more confidently. As what a prominent Sociologist said “
 Ang agham na galing sa tao at para sa tao
.”Certain educational institutions (universities) within the country offer baccalaureate degrees in Sociology. They offer students with the programAB Sociology (Bachelor of Arts in--), a program with a curriculum that isespecially designed for the pursuance of a masteral degree in Sociology.

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