Jama Mapun Ethnoecology: Economic and Symbolic (of Grains, Winds and Stars)
     Eric S. CASIÑO

A Note on the Pa'gang, a Tagbanuwa Bamboo Musical Instrument
     Juan R. FRANCISCO

Filipino Catholicism: A Case Study in Religious Change
     F. Landa JOCANO

The Colorum Uprisings: 1924-1931
     Milagros C. GUERRERO

Political History, Autonomy and Change: The Case of the Barrio Charter
     Mario D. ZAMORA

The Foundation for Culture and Personality Research in the Philippines
     Robert LAWLESS

Fishing Economy of the Itbayat, Batanes, Philippines with Special Reference to its Vocabulary
     Yamada YUKIHIRO

Anti-Sinicism in the Philippines
     George WEIGHTMAN

 


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