Aghamtao: Journal of the Ugnayang Pang-Aghamtao, Inc. (UGAT) / Anthropological Association of the Philippines
Volume 8 / 1996
Selected Papers from National Conferences of UGAT.
*UGAT Conferences: “Anthropology of Development,” Polytechnic University of the Philippines, Sta. Mesa, Manila; “Sustainability of Development: Anthropological Perspective,” University of san Carlos, Cebu City; “The Anthropology of Transformation: Issues and Concerns of Industrialization and Development,” Mindanao State Unviersity, General Santos, Cotabato; and “The Anthropology of Disaster,” Central Luzon State University, Muñoz, Nueva Ecija.
Quezon City: Ugnayang Pang-Aghamtao, Inc.
Daisy Y. Noval-MoralesEditor in Chief
Eufracio C. Abaya
Maria Luisa Lucas-FernanEditorial Board
Table of Contents:
Eufracio C. Abaya
Mataw Fishing in Batanes
Maria F. Mangahas
The Ivatan Cultural Adaptation to Typhoons: A Portrait of a Self-Reliant Community from the Indigenous Development Perspectives
Fr. Raymundo Rede Blolong, SVD
Ormoc Revisited: Initial and Long Term Stress Reactions and Coping Responses of Disaster Victims
Patricia Rosario E. Alix
Higugmaa and Diyos, Kahadloki ang Diyos (Love God, Fear God: Post-Ormoc Disaster Mass Hysteria in an Urban Center
Jose Eleazar R. Bersales and Fiscalina A. Nolasco
Amin Ito: Who Controls “Disaster Management”?
Ponciano L. Bennagen
Ang Antropolohiya ng Disaster sa Punto-de-Bista ng mga Ayta (Ang Mga Ayta ng Banawan, Maloma, San Felipe, Zambales, Bilang Isang Halimbawa)
Leonardo R. Estacio, Jr.
Anthropology and Disaster: Deforestation
Daylinda B. Cabanilla
Higaonons and Bukidnon Forests Incorporated: “Will the Twain Ever Meet?”
Sipag, Tiyaga at Tipid: Women in Shoe Manufacturing
Ethnic and Gender Dimensions of Indigenous Knowledge: The Case of the Maranao Muslims’ Sweetpotato Production
Ethnography or Espionage: The Problem of Ethics in Philippine Anthropology
Nestor T. Castro
Museology, Identity and the Transformation of Material Culture
Ana P. Labrador