DEALING WITH FILIPINO WORKERS
$4.00 [2 CPS.]
Andres, Tomas D.
Quezon City: Giraffe Books, 1997. 32 p. includes Bibliography. SC. Softcover
A very concise study of the basic do’s and don’t’s in dealing with Filipinos.
HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGAGEMENT IN THE PHILIPPINE SETTING
$15.00 [2 CPS.]
Andres, Tomas D.
Quezon City: New Day Publishers, 1991. 326 p. Softcover
UNDERSTANDING FILIPINO VALUES: A MANAGEMENT APPROACH
$12.00 [1 CP.]
Andres, Tomas D.
Quezon City: New Day Publishers, 1981. 174 p. Includes Reference Notes. Softcover
From the back cover: ” … relates the Filipino value system to management situation in the Philippines …”
UNDERSTANDING ILOCANO VALUES (Book 9)
$12.50 [OUT OF STOCK]
Andres, Tomas D.
Quezon City: Giraffe Books, 1997. 144 p. Includes Appendix and Bibliography. Softcover
Part of a series on values of the various ethnolinguistic groups in the Philippines. Ilocanos (Region I) are one of the largest and one of the most stereoptyped –kuripot, etc.
UNDERSTANDING THE VALUES OF THE MALABON PEOPLE (Book 2)
Andres, Tomas D.
Quezon City: Giraffe Books, 2003. 44 pp. Softcover
Book Two aims to explain and describe the values of the people of Malabon. With this book, the author hopes that the reader can derive a deeper understanding of why the person from Malabon behaves the way she or he does under specific circumstances.
UNDERSTANDING THE VALUES OF THE METRO MANILANS/TAGALOGS (Book 1)
Andres, Tomas D.
Quezon City: Giraffe Books, 2002. 96 pp. Softcover
This is the first of a series of 28 dealing with the values of as many regions/provinces in the Philippines. This book specifically aims to present the Tagalog person of Metro Manila as he/she relates to himself or herself, others and the environment. It further presents his/her attitudes and behavior within a group or organization. His/her peculiarities are highlighted to bring out the unique characteristics of someone who traces his or her roots to the Tagalogs of Metro-Manila.
IN THE NAME OF DEMOCRACY AND PRAYER: SELECTED SPEECHES OF CORAZON C. AQUINO
$25.00 [2 CPS.]
Aquino, Corazon C.
Pasig, Metro Manila: Anvil Publishing, 1995. 166 p. Softcover
Cory Aquino was President of the Republic of the Philippines from 1986 to 1992. She restored democracy and after re-establishing all the democratic institutions, attempted to make them work fully to bring about substantive economic and social reforms. This volume contains 15 speeches.
TALES FROM TUBBATAHA
$16.00 [1 CP.]
Arquiza, Yasmin & Alan White
Puerto Princesa: Bandillo ng Palawan Foundation, 1994. 136 p. Illustrations. Bibliography. Softcover
A wealth of information about the Tubbataha Reefs, coral atolls in the middle of the Sulu Sea. Includes information from various studies on the reef and its resource users. It is an indispensable guide for divers, students, environmentalists, and other people who believe in the importance of preserving unique examples of a natural heritage.
BE HANDS ON! INSPIRING VOLUNTEER STORIES
$16.25 [2 CPS.]
Edited by Jaime Lin et aL.
Metro Manila: Hands On Manila Foundation, Inc. and Anvil Publishing Inc., 2008. 181 p. ; black & white photographs. Includes Glossary of Filipino Words Softcover
THE ORIGINS OF METROPOLITAN MANILA: A POLITICAL AND SOCIAL ANALYSIS
$20.00 [1 cp.]
Caoli, Manuel A.
Quezon City: University of the Philippines Press, 1989. 280 p. Softcover Traces the Philippine experience in urbanization and metropolitan growth, showing similarities to other countries in Southeast Asia and Latin America
THE COMMUNITY OF ASIA: CONCEPT OR REALITY
$15.00 [5 CPS.]
Edited by Urvashi Butalia, Jong Won Lee, Masaaki Ohashi and Karina A. Bolasco
Metro Manila: Anvil Publishing, 2006. ; b & w Photographs ; 392 p. Includes Index and Biographical Sketches of the Contributors Softcover
BOSS: 5 CASE STUDIES OF LOCAL POLITICS IN THE PHILIPPINES
Coronel, Sheila S., Marites D. Vitug, Blenda M. Gloria, Chay Flornetino-Hofilena and Eric Guiterrez. Pasig, Metro Manila: Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism, 1995. 167 p.
This compilation of articles looks at five areas of the Philippines and examines what is at stake in the struggle for local office. “It describes the political and economic geography of these areas and explains why warlords and politicians remain powerful.”
KAPWA: THE SELF IN THE OTHER
$18.25 [2 CPS.]
De Guia, Katrin, Dr.
Metro Manila: Anvil Publishing Inc., 2005. xiv, 378 p. ; illustrated ; black & white photographs. Includes Acknowledgements, Selected Literature, Glossary and Picture Credits. Softcover
THE FALL OF JOSEPH ESTRADA: THE INSIDE STORY
Doronila, Amando. Metro Manila: Anvil Publishing and Philippine Daily Inquirer, 2001. 316 p. ; b & w and color photographs. Includes References and Index.
Provides behind the scenes accounts of former President Estrada’s removal from office and President Macapagal-Arroyo’s rise to the highest office.
VISAYAN VIGNETTES: ETHNOGRAPHIC TRACES OF A PHILIPPINE ISLAND
Chicago: Univ. of Chicago Press, 1992. 226 p. B & W photos. Softcover
This book “fuses theoretical sophistication with vivid descriptions of local events on the Philippine island of Siquijor. The result is a brilliant reconstruction of anthropological knowledge interwoven with a detailed ethnography of village life.”
BACK TO THE BARRIOS
$7.50 [2 CPS.]
Quezon City: New Day Publishers, 1978. 150 p. Softcover
This book is the third volume of vignettes about barrio life, preceded by Doctor to the Barrios (1970) and My Friends in the Barrios (1974). Like the first two, the book had been standard reading for U.S. Peace Corps volunteers to the Philippines. Entertaining, yet informative for those who need to gain insight on rural Filipinos. The author simplifies the complex.
DOCTOR TO THE BARRIOS
$7.50 [OUT OF STOCK]
Flavier, Juan M.
Quezon City: New Day Publisher, 1970. 208 p. Softcover
Dr. Juan Flavier, a member of the Philippine Senate, writes his personal account of experiences with people in the barrios, with the hope that readers will have a better understanding of the Philippines’ rural life.
FOR THE PEOPLE, WITH THE PEOPLE: DEVELOPING SOCIAL ENTERPRISES IN THE PHILIPPINES
$15.00 [2 CPS.]
Edited by Regina M. Hechanova-Alampay
Quezon City: Ateneo de Manila University Press, 2009. 140 p. Includes Reference (after each chapter), Biographical Sketches of Contributors, and Index. Softcover
This book contains inspiring stories describing social entreprenurship at its best as it brings hope to marginalized people in the Philippines. It is a must-read for those who believe that meaningful change can occur when ordinary folks dream, believe and commit to its realization. The eight organizations are: Kamay Krafts, Rags2Riches, Pathways to Higher Education, Hapinoy, Gawad Kalinga, Conti’s Specialty Foods, Venture for Fund Raising, and the Center for Agriculture and Rural Development-Mutual Reinforcing Institutions (CARD-MRI)
HOW DO YOU KNOW YOUR PEARLS ARE REAL? ON SINGLE PARENTHOOD AND OTHER MS. ADVENTURES
Gonzalez, Barbara C.
Pasig, Metro Manila: Anvil Publishing Inc., 1991. 300 p. Softcover
A book about single mothers and their parenting experience. Also includes children’s experiences.
MADONNAS AND MARTYRS: MILITARISM AND VIOLENCE IN THE PHILIPPINES
$25.00 [OUT OF STOCK]
Quezon City: Ateneo de Manila University Press, 1995. 244 p. Index. Appendix. Softcover
This book features interviews with Filipino women that explore the national liberation struggle through a gender and sexuality based analysis of both government and liberation armies.
ROLES WE PLAY IN FAMILY LIFE
$9.50 [OUT OF STOCK]
Holmes, Margarita Go-Singco
Metro Manila: Anvil Publishing, 1992. 286 p. Softcover
Packed with humor and vitality Dr.Holmes tackles issues on family dynamics and family relationships, as she responds to letters concerning discipline, infidelity, incest, etc.
BRAVE LITTLE WOMEN: A STUDY ON INCEST
$15.00 [OUT OF STOCK]
Institute of Women’s Studies/Inter-Institutional Consortium Manila: Institute of Women’s Studies, St. Scholastica’s College, 1995. 62 p. Softcover A study of the victims of incest and the problems with advocacy. Includes hotline, support group and service contacts.
MORALITY, RELIGION AND THE FILIPINO
Javellana, Rene B., ed.
Quezon City, Manila: Ateneo de Manila Univ. Press, 1994. 263 p. Appendix. Softcover
Essays in honor of Vitaliano R. Gorospe, S. J.
THE NEGRENSE: A SOCIAL HISTORY OF AN ELITE CLASS
$13.80 [OUT OF STOCK]
Lopez-Gonzaga, Violeta B.
Manila: Institute for Social Research and Development, 1991. 134 p. Includes bibliography. Softcover
This book attempts to reconstruct an ethnographic description of the Negrense, a study of the rise and decline of a social class from the Western Visayas island of Negros.
THE PHILIPPINE SOCIAL CLIMATE FROM THE SWS SURVEYS
$12.20 [4 CPS.]
Pasig, Metro Manila: Anvil Publishers, 1994. 197 p. Softcover
Social Weather Stations (SWS) was established in 1985 to provide an independent source of accurate, timely and credible data on Philippine economic, social and political conditions. SWS publishes its survey findings in a bi-weekly bulletin.
AN ANARCHY OF FAMILIES: STATE AND FAMILY IN THE PHILIPPINES
$25.00 [1 CP.]
McCoy, Alfred W., ed
Quezon City: Ateneo de Manila University Press, 1994. 542 p. Index. Softcover
Scholars explore the history of the great families who have led the Philippines in the past century, including: Osmena, Lopez and Pardo de Tavera.
THE BUDDHA, THE GOLD, & THE MYTH
$24.50 [2 CPS.]
San Francisco: San Francisco Publishers, 1997. 211p. Notes. Bibliography. Index. Softcover
“Finally there is a book that exposes the truth about one of the greatest myths ever perpetrated on the Filipino and is still being perpetrated today.” from the book’s back cover.
ESSENCE OF WELLNESS: ESSAYS IN PHILIPPINE CLINICAL & COUNSELING PSYCHOLOGY
Ortigas, Carmela D. & M. L. A. Carandang, eds.
Quezon City: Ateneo de Manila University Press, 1993. 70p. B&W photos & drawings. Softcover
An anthology featuring research in clinical and counseling psychology focusing on wellness and mental health rather than illness and psychotherapy. The essays were originally theses and dissertations that were rewritten for general readership.
BREAKING THROUGH: THE STRUGGLE WITHIN THE COMMUNIST PARTY OF THE PHILIPPINES
$16.50 [1 CP.]
Pasig, Metro Manila: Anvil Publishers, 1994. 225 p. Softcover
“I wrote this book because I want to understand my political past. The conclusions I have drawn are guideposts for my political future.”–Joel Rocamora, author.
PINATUBO & THE POLITICS OF LAHAR
$23.00 [1 CP.]
Rodolfo, Kelvin S.
Quezon City: University of the Philippines Press, 1995. 341 p. Chapter notes. Index. Softcover
The book details a day to day account of the imminent eruption and chaos after the 1991 eruption of Mt. Pinatubo. Written from the perspective of a scientist intensely committed to saving lives and minimizing damage in the areas threatened by the lahar flows.
SAMBAHAGINAN: AN EXPERIENCE IN COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT WORK
$9.00 [OUT OF STOCK]
Quezon City: Institute for Studies in Asian Church and Culture. 1992. 126 p.
Given the opportunity to develop and organize themselves, people are empowered to determine how best to improve. With this vision, community development work was initiated in Wawa, Batangas. This book documents these efforts.
COMMUNISM IN THE PHILIPPINES, AN INTRODUCTION
$15.60 [OUT OF STOCK]
Saulo, Alfredo B.
Quezon City: Ateneo de Manila University Press, 1990. 256 p. Appendices. Softcover
This book is a primer on Philippine communism written by an insider of the communist led Huk movement in central and southern Luzon.
THE POLITICS OF LOGGING, POWER FROM THE FOREST
$15.00 [1 CP.]
Vitug, Marites Danguilan
Philippine Center of Investigative Journalism, 1993. 277 p. Newsprint. Softcover
The political story of deforestation in the Philippines.
60ZENS, TIPS ON SENIOR CITIZENSHIP
Metro Manila: Anvil Publishing, Inc. 2009. 171 pp. Softcover, Newsprint
“Jun Balde has been one of our most dynamic fiction writers of late. His recent short story collection and novel show what can be done to raise fiction in Filipino not only to a significant level of contemporary relevance, but also to world class standards.”—Krip Yuson.
“Manoy Jun is the great, brown hope of Bikolano fiction. His narratives are powerful works dealing with the muths and mrmories of Bikol, our one and only home.”--Danton Remoto.
SPIN & SELL, HOW POLITICAL ADS SHAPED THE 2004 ELECTIONS
Gloria, Glenda M. , et Al
Makati City: Foundation for Communication Initiatives and the Konrad Adenauer Foundation, 2004. 124 pp. Softcover
The book is a landmark study. It is the first extensive and in-depth research on the impact of political ads. Written by Glenda M. Gloria, managing editor of Newsbreak, Ana Maria L. Tabunda, executive director of Pulse Asia, and Carmela S. Fonbuena, staff writer of Newsbreak, it blends journalism and social science. This book stands as a solid record of a facet of Philippine elections.
NIGHTMARE JOURNEYS, FILIPINA SOJOURNS THROUGH THE WORLD OF TRAFFICKING
David, Rina Jimenez
Quezon City” Miraflores Publishing, Inc. 2002. 155 pp. Softcover
The international trafficking of women as prostitutes, especially Filipinas, for too long has lain at the heart of the dark side of globalization. Enticed by dreams of the good life in Japan, the Netherlands, the U.S. and even Nigeria, Lebanon and Cyprus, Filipinas, caught up I n the iron grip of poverty at home, fearlessly venture forth into journeys that too often turn out to be nightmares that crush the soul, break the spirit, and sometimes even kill.
This book exposes the plight of Filipino women who have been victims of trafficking. Fourteen women were brave enough to tell the author, Rina Jimenez David, of their respective nightmare journeys in the dark world of trafficking.
LETTERS FROM PALAWAN
Makati City: Bookmark, Inc. 1999. 119 pp. Softcover
This book chronicles the author’s experiences in searching for the remaining few in Palawan who still write in the ancient Filipino syllabary called Baybayin, also known as Alibata.
NOTES ON PHILIPPINE CINEMA
Reyes, Emmanuel A.
Manila: De La Salle University Press, 1989. 205 pp. Softcover, Newsprint
The book examines Philippine cinema for what it is rather than what it has failed to become. The book consists of essays, reviews and and an interview, and attempts to crack the terrain of mainstream Filipino films.
PARTICIPATORY APPROACHES TO DEVELOPMENT: EXPERIENCES IN THE PHILIPPINES
Osteria, Trinidad S. and Okamura, Jonathan Y.
Manila: Research Center, De La Salle University Press, 1986. 239 pp. Softcover
This publication is a compilation of papers that are based on various on-going or recently completed research projects n community participation as a development strategy conducted by Research Center staff and of papers on the same subject that were presented in seminars at the Center.
ANTING-ANTING O KUNG BAKIT NAGTATAGO SA LOOB NG BATO SI BATHALA
Pambid, Nenita D.
Diliman, Quezon City: University of the Philippines Press, 2000. 274 pp. Softcover
The book is entirely in Filipino/Tagalog. It talks about the anting-anting or talismans that the leaders of the Philippine Revolution treasured to protect them from harm. The one used by Emilio Aguinaldo is called “Santisima Trinidad”; by Andres Bonifacio is “Santiago de Galicia/Birhen del Pilar” and by Antonio Luna is “Virgen Madre.”
THE LAST GREAT FOREST, LUZONS NORTHERN SIERRA MADRE NATURAL PARK
Tan, Jose Ma. Lorenzo
MetroManila: Bookmark, Inc. 1999. 200 pp. Softcover
The Northern Sierra Madre Natural Park spanning an area of only 360,000 hectares is the last great rainforest of the Philippines. It is besieged! This book tells the story of that forest.
CELEBRATIONS WITH THE SUN, AN OVERVIEW OF RELIGIOUS PHENOMENA AMONG THE BADJAOS
Metro Manila: Ateneo de Manila Press, 1995. 279 pp. Softcover
This book is a pioneering study of the Badjaos of Tawi-Tawi, who are often mistakenly classified as Muslims or animists. It presents the system of thought and belief that lies behind the people's religious praxis - the variations as well as degradations of their religious observances and rituals. Much of Badjao ritual, exemplified by the central Pag-umboh ceremony, revolves around the sun and is therefore set at "the fullness of time" when sunlight first emerges from the eastern horizon and when the sun is at its peak in the heavens - hence the book's title.
The book demonstrates that the Badjaos have their own unique religion and that what outsiders refer to as superstitious practices are in fact manifestations of a set of beliefs where Tuhan is the creator and supreme spirit and Umboh the venerated first ancestor. Here is a picture of a people of deep faith steeped in cosmic symbols that point to the sacred—a faith that gives a glimpse of the origins of the more complex world religions.
TORTURE SURVIVORS AND CAREGIVERS
Teodoro, Luis and Sicam, Paulynn P.
Diliman, Quezon City: University of the Philippines, Center for Integrative and Development Studies, 1995. 337 pp. Softcover
Based on the proceedings of the International Workshop on Therapy and Research Issues that was organized by June Pagaduan Lopez and Elizabeth Protacio Marcelino, this publication provides a rare glimpse of the complex theoretical, conceptual, and emotional issues facing torture victims and lay workers.
A CULTURAL WORKER’S FIRST MANUAL: ESSAYS IN APPRECIATING THE EVERYDAY
Sta. Maria, Felice Prudente
Metro Manila: Anvil Publishing, Inc. 2001. 311 pp. Softcover
The first-ever manual written for cultural workers, this book is a visionary attempt at addressing cultural workers’ concerns vis-a-vis promoting heritage conservation. The book also aims to professionalize cultural workers, i.e., educators, artists, writers, journalists, and librarians, as well as members of religious organizations, by strengthening and deepening their appreciation. The book won the National Book Award for Reference in 2001.
SLUM AS A WAY OF LIFE, A STUDY OF COPING BEHAVIOR IN AN URBAN ENVIRONMENT
Jocano, F. Landa
Diliman, Quezon City: University of the Philippines Press, 1975. 201 pp. Softcover
F. Landa Jocano combines the methods of sociology and anthropological analyses in this piercing record of a district of slum dwellers in Manila to draw out a full-fleshed portrait of life in the slum.
ANG MGA BARANGAY NG PILIPINAS, EDISYONG TAGALOG
Ortiz, Juanito S.
Quezon City: First Research and Consultancy Services,? 2002.? 233 pp.? Softcover, newsprint
This publication, which is entirely in Tagalog, serves as a reference to barangay leaders who wish to know more about this smallest unit of government in the Philippines.