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University, Batangas City, Philippines CONFERENCE PROGRAM
18 November 2011 (Friday) REGISTRATION 7:00-8:30 a.m. Venue: Freedom Hall OPENING PROGRAM Opening Remarks – Prof. Teruyuki Komatsu (IFSSO President) 8:30-9:30 a.m. Welcome Address – Mr. Peter P. Laurel (President, Lyceum of the Philippines University) Overview of Conference Program – Dr. Esmenia R. Javier (Executive Vice President, Lyceum of the Philippines University) KEYNOTE ADDRESS: Beyond the Reflexive Borders of the Western World’s Social Science System 9:30-10:00 a.m. Dr. Michael Kuhn (World Social Sciences and Humanities Network, Germany) 10:00-10:30 a.m. Break PLENARY SESSION 1: Human Security: Country Perspectives Managing Social Hazards: Path to Sustainable Human Security in Africa – Samuel Marfo (University for Development Studies, Ghana) 10:30-12:00 noon Family Security Over Life Cycle from Thai Experience – Sirinapa Kunphoommarl and Somsak Srisontisuk (Khon Kaen University, Thailand) Tourism and Community Security in Bali – I Ketut Ardhana (Udayana University, Indonesia) Deconstructing Human Security in the Philippines – Chester B. Cabalza (National Defense College of the Philippines) 12:00-1:00 p.m. Lunch Break SESSION A1: Theoretical and Methodological Approaches SESSION A2: Disciplinal Perspectives Moderator: Nestor T. Castro Moderator: Leon R. Ramos Venue: Freedom Hall Venue: Multimedia Room A Philosophical Investigation on Human Security Using the Problem of Evil The Concept of Human Security from a Theoretical and Methodological According to St. Thomas Aquinas and Siddhartha Gautama Buddha – Jerwin M. Approach – Estrella D. Solidum (National Research Council of the Philippines) Mahaguay (Far Eastern University, Philippines) Communication for Behavioural Impact: An Experiment Using Participatory Approaches to Engaging Communities Around the Issue of Dengue Human Security in the Philippine Tourism Industry – 1:00-2:30 p.m. (Hemorrhagic) Fever as Applied to Two Communities – James Paul Esguerra Tomasito G. Umali (Department of Tourism, Philippines) (Ateneo de Manila University, Philippines) Socio-Environmental Impact Assessment: A Philippine-Asian Perspective In/Security: Forensics and Human Security in the Philippine Setting – RJ O. Towards Responsible Development – Joseph P. Lalo (Anthropological Studies, Taduran (University of the Philippines Diliman) Inc., Philippines) From Ghettoization to Integration: Transforming the Face of Urban Poor Youth Another World is Possible: Prospects for a New International System – David Subculture through Participatory Action Research – Mark Anthony D. Abenir Michael M. San Juan (De La Salle University-Manila, Philippines) (University of Santo Tomas, Philippines)
Break SESSION B1: Natural and Man-made Disasters (1) Moderator: Joseph P. Lalo Venue: Freedom Hall Disasters and (In)Vulnerability in the ‘Instrumental Age’: Typhoons, Earthquakes and the Filipino Response, 1870s-1930s – Kerby Alvarez (University of the Philippines Diliman) Meycauayan River: A Vestige of the Past – Marlon O. Maglipas (Far Eastern University, Philippines)
SESSION B2: Natural and Man-made Disasters (2) Moderator: Ryu Jehong Venue: Multimedia Room Loss of Human Capital and the Insecurity of Urban Poor After DevelopmentInduced Displacement – Jung Bub-mo (Seoul National University, South Korea) Mediating for Aid: The Use of Social Capital by Social Workers in Post-Calamity Situations – Angela Chamos, Felipe Morareng, Ruby Lyn Palla, Bon Emery Suvilla, Lorna Tanacio, and Cindy Tanael (Saint Louis University, Philippines) A Critical Investigation of Carriage of Passengers by Sea and the Emerging Need for Improved Regulation: The Philippine Experience – Lazaro Ernesto C. Valdez and Anacleta P. Valdez (Lyceum of the Philippines University)
Spatial Modelling of Rainfall-induced Landslides to Aid in Reducing Community Vulnerabilities to Environmental Change in Infanta, Quezon, Philippines – Edwin R. Abucay, et. al. (University of the Philippines Los Baños) Vulnerability of Peri-urban Populations to Natural Disasters: The Case of Floods Spectacle and the Tragedy of the August 2010 Manila Hostage Crisis – Leo Mar in the City of Ouagadougou – Ludovic O. Kibora (Institut des Sciences de E. Edralin (Chiang Kai Shek College, Philippines) Sociétés, Burkina Faso) PLENARY SESSION 2: Health Security Venue: Freedom Hall Health Policy of the Ageing in the Light of the Human Security Concept – Dundin Zaenuddin (Lembaga Ilmu Pengetahuan Indonesia) The Effects of Toxin Mushrooms on People in Talee Sub-District, Talee District, Loei Province, Thailand – Rachadaporn Benchawattananon (Loei Rajabhat University, Thailand) Think Positive: HIV Risk Reduction or Disaster Mitigation? – Maria Carinnes A. Gonzalez (University of Santo Tomas, Philippines) WELCOME DINNER CULTURAL PRESENTATION
19 November 2011 (Saturday) Recap of Day 1 Sessions 8:00-8:30 a.m. Venue: Freedom Hall PLENARY SESSION 3: The Voluntary Principles on Security and Human Rights: Protecting Companies and Promoting Rights in Affected Communities (Monkey Forest Consulting Ltd, Hong Kong) Setting the Stage: An Overview of the VPSHR – Tim McLaughlin and Gary MacDonald 8:30-10:00 a.m. The Role of Conflict and Human Rights Assessments in the VPSHR – Krista Hendry Guiding Resource Companies in Implementing the VPSHR: Avoiding Pitfalls, Achieving Success and Benefiting Communities – Tom Green Conflict and Human Rights Impact Assessments – Adding Value to the VPSHR Implementation Process - Alexandra Guaqueta 10:00-10:30 a.m. Break SESSION C1: Economic and Food Security SESSION C2: Vulnerable Groups Moderator: Teruyuki Komatsu Moderator: Hidasi Judit Venue: Freedom Hall Venue: Multimedia Room Patterns of Poverty and Deprivation in the Poorest Province of the Philippines – The Blurring Identities of Filipino Women – Rodrigo Abenes (Lyceum of the Bernadette M. Gavino-Gumba, PhD (Ateneo de Naga University, Philippines) Philippines University) Commodifying Poverty Alleviation: A Look into Microfinance in the Philippines – Gender Role and Climate Change Mitigation Practices Among B’laan Tribe in Raymond Joshua L. San Pedro and Lester Anthony H. Florencio (University of Glan, Sarangani Province, Philippines – Charity Grace P. Elbat and Daisy M. the Philippines Diliman) Alburo (University of Southeastern Philippines) 10:30-12:00 noon Negotiating Livelihood Security Through NTFPs in the National Park: A Case Study of Local Product Groups in Nonsung Sub-District, Nam Yuen District, Ubon Gendered Consumer Culture and the Image of Women in Post-Mao China – Ratchathani, Thailand – Watcharee Srikham (Ubon Ratchathani University, Wang Wuyun (Gifu City Women’s College, Japan) Thailand) Human Induced Changes in Coastal Marine Ecosystems and Food Security – Edison D. Macusi (University of the Philippines Los Baños), Robert E. Katikiro How Social Networks Affect Young Adults in Coping with Shocks – Paulo (Mnazi Bay-Ruvuma Estuary Marine Park, Tanzania) and K.H.M. Ashoka Tiangco (Xavier University, Philippines) Deepananda (University of Ruhuna, Sri Lanka) 12:00-1:00 p.m. Lunch Break SESSION D1: Governance and Political Security SESSION D2: Community Security Moderator: Carmencita T. Aguilar Moderator: Jessie G. Varquez, Jr. Venue: Freedom Hall Venue: Multimedia Room An Analysis on the Trends in Philippine Political Behavior from 1980-2010 in the Attributes of Gated Communities Residents Would Prefer in Davao City, Lens of Existing Governmental Policies of the Time – Cyril Brian D. Cuizon and Philippines – Stella Marie A. Bayon-on and Mervin G. Gascon (University of Ana Leah L. Dungog (Cebu Normal University, Philippines) Southeastern Philippines) Reversing the Impact of Internal Human Capital Migration in Philippine 1:00-2:30 p.m. Solid Waste Management Practices in Selected Communities in Batangas City Countryside through Indigenous Volunteerism: A Human Security Paradigm – – Paz B. Reyes and Mabelle V. Furto (Lyceum of the Philippines University) Geraldo S. Petilla (National Research Council of the Philippines) Status of the KALAHI Program: Basis for a Collaboration Framework for Sectoral Creative Industries and Cultural Change: The Concepts of Tradisyunal and Program Management of the Regional Development Council – Joanne C. Rivera Moderno in the Higante Production of Angono, Rizal – Manuel Kristoffer (Don Mariano Marcos Memorial State University, Agoo, La Union, Philippines) Cunanan Giron (University of the Philippines Diliman) Power Relations in the Relationship of Popular Religion and the Hierarchical The Proliferation of Street Children in Third World Countries: The Philippines Church – James Loreto C. Piscos (San Beda College, Philippines) as Case Study – Francis Kayode Ashipaoloye (Lyceum of the Philippines
University) 2:30-2:45 p.m. Break PLENARY SESSION 4: Reducing Social Vulnerabilities to Environmental Degradation: Interdisciplinary Approaches and Tools for Analysis (University of the Philippines Los Baños) Venue: Freedom Hall Indigenous Knowledge on Plant Diversity and Biodiversity Status in the Northern Landscape of Mt. Malindang Range and Environs, Misamis Occidental, Philippines – Gideon Binobo and Ma. Victoria O. Espaldon Influence of Climate Vulnerability on Predicting the Incidence of Dengue Fever Among Vulnerable Population in Laguna, the Philippines – Ma. Charisma T. Malenab, Ma. Victoria O. Espaldon, Nelita M. Lalican and Tonie O. Balangue What Triggers Landslide? A Case Study of the 2004 Landslide Event in Infanta, Quezon, Philippines – Joane Pauline P. Talubo, Ma. Victoria O. Espaldon, Moises A. Dorado, and Damasa M. Macandog Framework for Assessing Climate Change Vulnerability of Indigenous Peoples’ Socio-ecological Systems: The Case of Alangan Mangyans of Oriental Mindoro, Philippines – Rico Ancog, Carmelita M. Rebancos, and Zenaida M. Sumalde Reconciling Cultural Clashes of Lumad People Groups and Dayos for the Sustainable Management of Climate-Vulnerable Caimpugan Peatland in AMWS, Philippines – Van Leeah B. Alibo PLENARY SESSION 5: Traditionalism vs. Cultural Transformation Venue: Freedom Hall Indigenous People in the Crossroads: Rethinking of the Interplay between Exploitation of Natural Resources and the Indigenous People’s Cultural, Social and Economic Security – Yekti Maunati (Lembaga Ilmu Pengetahuan Indonesia) Changing the Objective Positions to the Subjective Ones in Cultural Transformation: A Case Study of Inter-country Child Adoptions in Portland, Oregon, USA and Stockholm, Sweden – Mari Shiba (Nagoya University, Japan) The Rise and Fall of Korea Wave in the Context of Asian Culture – Ik Ki Kim (Dongguk University, South Korea) Film Viewing: Endo – Directed by Jade Francis Castro Venue: Freedom Hall
20 November 2011 (Sunday) Recap of Day 2 Sessions Announcements: 8:00-8:30 a.m. New Set of IFSSO Officials Theme and Venue of Next IFSSO General Conference Venue: Freedom Hall PLENARY SESSION 6: Emerging Models and Challenges The Exercise of Priority Rights and its Impact to the Human Security of the iBalatok, Kalinga – Janice Jadedeah Sugguiyao Shiu (Claremont Graduate University, USA), Natividad Sugguiyao (National Commission on Indigenous Peoples), and May Buslig (Kalinga Apayao State College, Philippines) 8:30-9:30 a.m. Community Social Welfare Management at Grassroots Level in Lower Northern Thailand – Montri Kunphoommarl (Naresuan University, Thailand) Disaster-Communication: From Natural to Man-Induced Catastrophes – Hidasi Judit (Budapest Business School, Hungary) 9:30-10:00 a.m. Break CLOSING CEREMONY Awarding of Certificates to Participants 10:00-12:00 noon Awarding of Cash Prize for Best Papers Awarding of Plaque of Appreciation to Mr. Peter P. Laurel and the Lyceum of the Philippines University Closing Remarks – Dr. Nestor T. Castro (IFSSO Secretary General) 12:00-1:00 p.m. Lunch Field Trip (Optional) 1:00-6:00 p.m. Batangas Tour
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