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How Philippine Studies Began
|Title:||How Philippine Studies Began|
|Authors:||Aquino, Belinda A.|
|Issue Date:||Oct 2000|
|Abstract:||This article traces the development of Philippine studies as a discipline from the American period to post-World War II and then to the present. Author says this field has "ethnicity" as its central concern, drawing insights from various disciplines like sociology, anthropology, political science, and linguistics, among others.|
|Appears in Collections:||Miscellaneous Publications - Philippine Studies|
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