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A Short Summer Phenomenological Research Seminar Workshop

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A 2-day seminar workshop in Phenomenology as a Research Method is being offered by Asian Social Institute on April 23 to April 24, or Tuesday and Wednesday, from 8 am to 5 pm. Interested parties are advised to register at least 30 minutes before the scheduled opening time on April 23.

The seminar workshop will be conducted by the ASI President, Dr. Mina Ramirez, the first sociologist in the country to use phenomenology as method of research and its implications. She is a founding member of the Pontifical Academy of Social Sciences since January 1994 to the present. Participants will learn about phenomenology as an alternative option of conducting research, and its highly transformative process for the researcher and its subjects, from the unique pedagogical approach that highlights their lived experiences.

According to the Dean of the Graduate School and VP for Academic Research Department, Dr. Zinnia Arcinue, the summer workshop is offered to doctoral students, as well as to other graduate and post graduate students and faculty, deans and research directors in other schools, colleges and universities in the country.

Registration fee is P3,000.00 covering seminar fees, meals, snacks and readings on integral human and social development. Expected output is a dissertation or study proposal to be mentored by the ASI faculty during and after the workshop.

Please feel free to contact ASI. To assist you in your queries, and for possible confirmation of attendance, contact persons are Ms. Nelia Villaflores at 523-3483, or the Academic Secretariat Office (Jing, Marilyn, Len Angeles, and Veverly) at 523-8265 to 67, local 222.






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