This page features the recent publications of faculty members of the Department.

2022

Panao, Rogelio Alicor L, & Pernia, R. 2022. “Fear and Loathing or Strategic Priming? Unveiling the Audience in Duterte’s Crime Rhetoric.” Journal of East Asian Studies, 1-22. DOI: 10.1017/jea.2022.1

2021

Atienza, Maria Ela L., and Quilala, Dennis. 2021. “The Role of Civil Society in Disaster Response – The Philippine Experience.” In Humanitarianism in the Asia-Pacific. Singapore: Springer Singapore. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-33-4874-5_14

Atienza, Maria Ela L., and Quilala, Dennis. 2021. “Nongovernment Organizations in Humanitarian Activities in the Philippines: Local Contributions in Post-Disaster Settings and Implications for Humanitarian Action and Diplomacy.” Asian Journal of Comparative Politics, 6(4), 345–359. https://doi.org/10.1177/20578911211058146

Encinas-Franco, Jean. 2021. “The presidential kiss: Duterte’s gendered populism, hypermasculinity, and Filipino migrants.” NORMA, DOI: 10.1080/18902138.2022.2026107

Gloria, Enrico V. 2021. “Justifying economic coercion: the discourse of victimhood in China’s unilateral sanctions policy.” The Pacific Review. DOI: 10.1080/09512748.2021.1980605

Marcaida, Marielle Y. 2021. “Student Activism Offline and Online: A Mixed-Methods Study on College Students’ Protest Participation in the Philippines.” Philippine Social Sciences Review 72(1).

Marcaida, Marielle Y. 2021. “Understanding the Narratives of Pateros Mothers’ Resistance under the Philippine Drug War.” Philippine Political Science Journal, 42(3), 238-265. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1163/2165025X-bja10022

Miranda, Matthew Manuelito S. 2021. “Policy Framing and Comparative Discourse Analysis.” Philippine Political Science Journal, 42(3), 208-237. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1163/2165025X-bja10024

Tana, Maria Thaemar C. 2021. “Continuity or Change?: Prospects for Japan’s Mindanao Peacebuilding Strategy.” Asian International Studies Review, 22(2), 143-170. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1163/2667078X-bja10007

2020

Arugay, Aries A. Sinpeng, A., and D. Gueorguiev . 2020. “Strong Fans, Weak Campaign: Social Media and Duterte in the 2016 Presidential Election.” Journal of East Asian Studies. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/jea.2020.11

Arugay, Aries A. 2020. “Transforming Korean Peninsula’s Insecurity through ASEAN’s Involvement.” In C.P. Hoo (ed.), The New Southern Policy: Catalyst for Deepening ASEAN-ROK Cooperation. Kuala Lumpur: Institute of Strategic and International Studies Malaysia, pp. 147-158.

Arugay, Aries A. 2020. “Charmed and Weakened: China’s Diplomatic Overtures and Democratic Erosion in the Philippines.” In S.C. Hsu and J.M. Cole (eds.), Insidious Power How China Undermines Global Democracy. Manchester: Eastbridge Books, pp. 237-265.

Atienza, Maria Ela; Eadie, Pauline; and Tan-Mullins, May. 2020. “Livelihood and vulnerability in the wake of Typhoon Yolanda: lessons of community and resilience.” Natural Hazards 103 (1) (August 2020): 211-230. Available at: https://doi.org/10.1007/s11069-020-03984-z

Atienza, Maria Ela; Tan-Mullins, May; and Eadie, Pauline. 2020. “Evolving social capital and networks in the post-disaster rebuilding process.” Asia Pacific Viewpoint. (Early view online) Available at: http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/apv.12268

Atienza, Maria Ela L. 2020. “The Philippines in 2019: Consolidation of Power, Unraveling of the Reform Agenda.” Asian Survey, Vol. 60 No. 1 (January/February): 132-139. Available at: https://doi.org/10.1525/AS.2020.60.1.132

Bautista, Aimee Dresa. 2020. “Exploring Political Socialization and Political Participation: The Filipino Youth and the Sangguniang Kabataan in Caloocan City’s First Legislative District.” Child & Youth Services, DOI: 10.1080/0145935X.2020.1859364

Cainghog, N.G., Raneses, N.G., Tamayao, M.M. and Gotera, K.M.C. 2020. “Consequences of kaizen practices in MSMEs in the Philippines: The case of the Manufacturing Productivity Extension Program (MPEX).” In Hosono. A, Page, J, and Shimada, G. (Eds.) Workers, managers, productivity: Kaizen in developing countries. Singapore: Palgrave Macmillan

Encinas-Franco, Jean. 2020. “Gendered Constructions of Overseas Filipino Workers and the Politics of National Shame.” Journal of Human Rights and Peace Studies, 6 (2) 283-310.

Kraft, Herman Joseph S. 2020. “Key Legal Issues for the Philippines on the West Philippine Sea/South China Sea Dispute.” In Ha Ahn Tuan, ed. Ocean Governance in the South China Sea: Fishery Cooperation and Environmental Protection. Hanoi: National Political Publishing House, pp. 44-60.

Panao, Rogelio Alicor L. 2020. “Beyond Flypaper: Unconditional Transfers and Local Revenue Generation in the Philippines, 1992–2016.” International Journal of Public Administration. DOI: 10.1080/01900692.2020.1759628

Tadem, Teresa S. Encarnacion. 2020. “Writing Philippine Politics and the Marcos Technocrats”. Philippine Political Science Journal. 41, 263-268.

Tadem, Teresa S. Encarnacion. 2020. “A Panacea Gone Awry: A Review of Water Privatization Policy in the Philippines.” Asia Politics & Policy. Volume 12, Iss. 4, October, pp. 632-646. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1111/aspp.12559

Arugay, Aries A. and Kraft, Herman Joseph S. (eds). 2020. Toward an Enhanced Strategic Policy in the Philippines. Quezon City: Center for Integrative and Development Studies, University of the Philippines.

Atienza, Maria Ela L., Aries A. Arugay, Jean Encinas-Franco, Jan Robert R. Go, and Rogelio Alicor L. Panao. 2020. “Constitutional Performance Assessment in the Time of a Pandemic: The 1987 Constitution and the Philippines’ COVID-19 Response.” International IDEA Discussion Paper 3/2020. Stockholm and Quezon City: International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance and University of the Philippines Center for Integrative and Development Studies. DOI: https://doi.org/10.31752/idea.2020.36

Atienza, Maria Ela L., Aries A. Arugay, Francis Joseph A. Dee, Jean Encinas-Franco, Jan Robert R. Go, Rogelio Alicor L. Panao, and A.J.D. Jimenez. 2020. “Constitutional Performance Assessment of the 1987 Philippine Constitution: Summary of Findings.” Stockholm and Quezon City: International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance and University of the Philippines Center for Integrative and Development Studies. DOI: https://doi.org/10.31752/idea.2020.2

Gloria, Enrico V. 2020. “Constructing Major Power Identity: China’s Discourses on the Belt and Road Initiative and Policy Insights for the Philippines.” in Toward an Enhanced Strategic Policy in the Philippines. Arugay, A. & Kraft, H. (eds). UP Center for Integrative and Development Studies. pp. 87-107.

Marcaida, Marielle Y. 2020. “Organized Crime, Illicit Economies and the Philippine-China Relations under the Duterte Administration.” In Toward an Enhanced Strategic Policy in the Philippines. Arugay, A. & Kraft, H. (eds). UP Center for Integrative and Development Studies. pp. 107-135.

Tadem, Teresa S. Encarnacion. 2020. “The Politics of a Middle-Class-Led Movement in the Philippines”. In Thinking With and Beyond Marx: Critical Essays on Politics, History and Art, Published in Commemoration of the 200th Birth Anniversary of Karl Marx. Vol. 1. Tadem, Eduardo C. and Honey B. Tabiola. Editors. University of the Philippines Center for Integrative and Development Studies Public Policy Monograph Series, pp. 105-122.

Taguibao, Jalton G. Rebullida, Maria Lourdes. 2020. “Solid Waste Management, Environmental Governance, and Sustainable Development: Empowering Intergovernmental Relations in the National Capital Region.” UP CIDS Policy Brief 2020-06. Quezon City: UP Center for Integrative and Development Studies.

2019

Arugay, Aries A., and D. Slater. 2019. “Polarization Without Poles: Machiavellian Conflicts and the Philippines’ Lost Decade of Democracy, 2000–2010.” The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 681(1): 122-136. DOI: 10.1177/0002716218810385

Arugay, Aries A. 2019. “Fall from Grace, Descent from Power? Civil Society after Philippine Democracy’s Lost Decade.” In I. Deinla and B. Dressel (eds.) From Aquino II to Duterte (2010-2018): Change, Continuity – and Rupture. Singapore: ISEAS–Yusof Ishak Institute, pp. 285-308.

Arugay, Aries A., C. Misalucha-Willoughby, and J. Amador III. 2019. “Quad to Zero? Filipino Perceptions of the Quad, the Indo-Pacific, and the Alliance System.” APPFI Research Paper RSA-2019-04. Quezon City: Asia Pacific Pathways to Progress Foundation Inc.

Atienza, Maria Ela L. 2019. “The Philippines in 2018: Broken Promises, Growing Impatience.” Asian Survey, Vol. 59 No. 1 (January/February): 185-192. Available at: https://doi.org/10.1525/as.2019.59.1.185

Atienza, Maria Ela; Eadie, Pauline; Tan-Mullins, May. 2019. “Urban Poverty in the Wake of Environmental Disaster: Rehabilitation, Resilience and Typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda).” London: Routledge (Taylor and Francis Group). Available at: https://www.routledge.com/Urban-Poverty-in-the-Wake-of-Environmental-Disaster-Rehabilitation-Resilience/Atienza-Eadie-Tan-Mullins/p/book/9781138629998, https://doi.org/10.4324/9781315210056

Blanco, Dennis V. 2019. “Urban Domestic Water Governance in the Philippines: Paradigms and Capacities.” Philippine Political Science Journal, 40 (1/2), 69-99. Brill Publishers. https://doi.org/10.1163/2165025X-12340003.

Blanco, Dennis Vicencio and Rogelio Alicor Panao. 2019. “Caring for Orphans in the Philippines: A Policy-Capacity Review.” Child and Youth Services, 40 (1), 65-92. Taylor and Francis. https://doi.org/10.1080/0145935X.2018.1551723

Blanco, Dennis Vicencio and Alan Bairner. 2019. “College Basketball Governance in the Philippines: Actors, Stakeholders, Issues and Policies.” Sport in Society: Cultures, Commerce, Media and Politics. 22 (3), 361-383.Taylor and Francis, Routledge Press. https://doi.org/10.1080/17430437.2018.1490265.

Frago-Marasigan, Perlita M. 2019. “The Haiyan Crisis: Empowering the Local, Engaging the Global.” In Human Security and Cross-Border Cooperation in East Asia, edited by Carolina Hernandez, Eun Mee Kim, Yoichi Mine, Ren Xiao, 133-153. Switzerland: Palgrave Macmillan.

Kraft, Herman Joseph S. 2019. “ASEAN and the Protection of Migrant Rights.” in Samuel C.Y. Ku, Wen-Pin Lin, and Khai Leong Ho, eds. Southeast Asia: Transition and Transformation. Kaohsiung: Wenzao Ursuline University Press, pp. 259-269

Kraft, Herman Joseph S. 2019. “Geopolitical Environment of Philippines-China Relations: Maintaining the Security Architecture in the Face of Shifting Power Relations.” Chinese Studies Journal, Vol. 12 (Philippines Association for Chinese Studies): 1-9.

Panao, Rogelio Alicor L. 2019. “Electoral persistence and the quality of public policies: evidence from the dynamics of lawmaking in the Philippine House of Representatives, 1992-2016.” Journal of Asian Public Policy 13(3): 295-318.

Panao, Rogelio Alicor L. 2019. “Does the upper house have the upper hand? The Dynamics of Distributive Policies in the Philippine Senate.” Philippine Political Science Journal 40(1): 201–229

Quilala, Dennis, F. 2019. “The Protracted Crisis in Mindanao: Japan’s Cooperation and Human Security.” In Human Security and Cross-Border Cooperation in East Asia, (co written with Sachiko Ishikawa)

Tadem, Teresa S. Encarnacion. 2019. “Philippine: la gauche sociale et politique face au “dutertisme.” Alternatives Sud, Vol. 26-2019, Belgium: Centre Tricontinental et Éditions Syllepse, pp. 145-151.

Tadem Teresa S. Encarnacion. 2019. “Re-defining governance to address socio-economic inequality in the Philippines.” Journal of Law and Administration 15(3):10-22. https://doi.org/10.24833/2073-8420-2019-3-52-10-22

Tadem, Teresa S. Encarnacion. 2019. “Tracing the Rise of Filipino Technocrats Through the Cold War.” Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia. In Eva Hansson & Meredith Weiss. “Beyond the Cold War in Southeast Asia”. Issue 26. Online journal: https://kyotoreview.org/issue-26/tracing-the-rise-of-filipino-technocrats-through-cold-war/.

Taguibao, Jalton G. 2019. “Sustainable Energy Policy in Southeast Asia: Domestic Variations and Congruence in Policy Discourses.” Asian Politics and Policy Journal, Volume 11, Issue No. 2, pp. 327-346.

Tigno, Jorge V. 2019. “Protecting Filipino Overseas Migrant Workers.” in Global Health Leadership: Case Studies from the Asia-Pacific edited by Mellissa Withers and Judith McCool. Switzerland: Springer Nature, pp. 133-146.

Atienza, Maria Ela; Lusterio-Rico, Ruth; Arugay, Aries A.; Encinas-Franco, Jean; and Quilala, Dennis. 2019. “Understanding Culture, Society, and Politics (for Senior High School) revised edition.” Quezon City: C & E Publishing.

Go, Jan Robert R. 2019. “Elections under the 1987 Constitution.” In Chronology of the 1987 Philippine Constitution, edited by Maria Ela L. Atienza. Quezon City: UP Centre for Integrative and Development Studies, 13-18.

Go, Jan Robert R. and Jean Encinas-Franco. 2019. “The Power of Impeachment.” In Chronology of the 1987 Philippine Constitution, edited by Maria Ela L. Atienza. Quezon City: UP Centre for Integrative and Development Studies, 45-51.

Go, Jan Robert R. 2019. “Implications for Governance and Future Policy.” In Rebuilding Disaster-Affected Communities for a Sustainable Future: Lessons and Policy Recommendations for Poverty Alleviation from the Typhoon Yolanda Experience, edited by Maria Ela L. Atienza. Quezon City: UP Centre for Integrative and Development Studies, 31-35.

Panao, Rogelio Alicor L. 2019. “Bribe as business: Culture, corruption, and investment behavior by Asian economies.” HanPil Occasional Papers 3: 5-30

Panao, Rogelio Alicor L. 2019. “Laws and jurisprudence as gauge of constitutional efficacy.” In Maria Ela L. Atienza, ed., Chronology of the 1987 Constitution. Public Policy Monograph Series. Quezon City: UPCIDS and the International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance (IDEA).

Tadem, Teresea S. Encarnacion. 2019. “Philippine Politics and the Marcos Technocrats: The emergence and evolution of a power elite.” Q.C.: Ateneo de Manila University Press.

Tadem, Teresa S. Encarnacion and Noel M. Morada. Editors. 2019. “Southeast Asian Politics: Issues of the Past Defining the Challenges of the Present.” Third World Perspectives in Politics. Diliman, Quezon City: University of the Philippines Press.

Tadem, Teresa S. Encarnacion and Eduardo C. Tadem. 2019. “Reclaiming public services: Giving back ownership and control of the water sector to local government.” UP CIDS Program on Alternative Development Policy Brief”. UP CIDS Policy Brief 2019, pp. 1-8.

Tadem, Teresa S. Encarnacion and Noel M. Morada. Editors. 2019. “Introduction” In Southeast Asian Politics: Issues of the Past Defining the Challenges of the Present. Third World Perspectives in Politics. Diliman, Quezon City: University of the Philippines Press, pp, 1-15.

Taguibao, Jalton G. 2019. “Kapwa, Loob, and the Political Relationship Between President and Citizens Based on an Analysis of Presidential Speeches from 1986 to 2013.” Handbook of Filipino Psychology Volume 2: Applications edited by Rogelia Pe-Pua. University of the Philippines Press. pp. 531-556.

Zialcita, Jean Paul L., 2019. “Presidential influence in the legislative process: The passage of the RH Bill in the Philippine House of Representatives.” Philippine Social Sciences Review 71(1): 27-41.

2018

Arugay, Aries A., and Slater D. 2018. “Polarizing Figures: Executive Power and Institutional Conflict in Asian Democracies.” American Behavioral Scientist 62(1): 92-106.

Arugay, Aries A., and A. Sinpeng. 2018. “Varieties of Authoritarianism and the Limits of Democracy in Southeast Asia.” In M. Beeson and A. Ba (eds.) Contemporary Southeast Asia, 3rd ed. London: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 91-110.

Dee, Francis Joseph A. 2018. “Predictors of participation in protest in the Philippines.” Philippine Political Science Journal, 39:3, 155-178, DOI: 10.1080/01154451.2018.1565641

Kraft, Herman Joseph S. 2018. “Beyond the transmission of ideas: Pedro L. Baldoria and the field of geopolitics in the Philippines.” Philippine Political Science Journal 39(2): 132-135, DOI: 10.1080/01154451.2018.1535877

Panao, Rogelio Alicor L., and Bea Xandra De Leon. 2018. “Balancing the interests of labor and capital: An empirical analysis of Philippine Supreme Court labor cases from 1987 to 2016.” Philippine Political Science Journal 38(1): 24-46

Quilala, Dennis, F. 2018. Narratives and Counter-narratives: Responding to Political Violence in the Philippines.” Southeast Asian Affairs, pp. 285-296.

Tadem, Teresa S. Encarnacion. 2018. “Chapter 5: The Middle-Class-Led Left Movement in Civil Society’s Role in the Philippines’ Democratization Process.” In Middle Class, Civil Society and Democracy in Asia, edited by Hsin-Huang Michael Hsiao, 81–101. Routledge Contemporary Asia Series. New York, NY: Routledge.

Tadem, Teresa S. Encarnacion. 2018. “Technocracy and Class Politics in Policy-Making.” In Routledge Handbook of the Contemporary Philippines, edited by Mark R. Thompson and Eric Vincent C. Batalla, 262–72. London and New York: Routledge Taylor and Francis Group.

Tigno, Jorge V. 2018. “What One Hand Gives, the Other Takes Away: Migration, Food Insecurity, and Women in the Philippines.” in Ensuring a Square Meal; Women and Food Security in Southeast Asia edited by Theresa W. Devasahayam. Singapore: World Scientific Publishing Co. Pte. Ltd., pp. 203-238.

Tigno, Jorge V. 2018. “Labor Migration from the Philippines: Has the Country Had Enough?” in Southeast Asia; Beyond Borders and Boundaries edited by Samuel C.Y. Ku and HerlinChien. Kaohsiung: Wenzao University Press, pp. 143-158.

Tigno, Jorge V. 2018. “The Philippines” in Routledge Handbook of Civil Society in Asia edited by Akihiro Ogawara. Abingdon and New York: Routledge, pp. 110 – 128.

Atienza, Maria Ela L. 2018. “Human Security in the ASEAN Political-Security Community Blueprint: Assessing Success, Challenges and Lessons in ASEAN Human Security Cooperation in Post-Conflict Peace Building Measures.” in ASEAN: 50 Years Hence, edited by Rommel J. Casis and Celeste Ruth L. Cembrano-Mallari. Quezon City: University of the Philippines Law Center’s Institute of International Legal Studies (launched January 2020), pp. 280-307.

Encinas-Franco, Jean. et al. 2018. “Narratives of Filipino Bride Returnees from South Korea: Implications to Research and Policy.” Hanpil Occasional Paper Series on Korea and the Philippines. Vol. 3. December 2018.

Ferrer, Miriam C., 2018. “Remigio E. Agpalo.” In J. Tigno (Ed.), Twentieth-century Philippine political thinkers: Selected readings. Quezon City: University of the Philippines Press.

Frago-Marasigan, Perlita M. 2018. “Renato Constantino.” In J. Tigno (Ed.), Twentieth-century Philippine political thinkers: Selected readings. Quezon City: University of the Philippines Press.

Go, Jan Robert R. 2018. “Claro M. Recto.” In J. Tigno (Ed.), Twentieth-century Philippine political thinkers: Selected readings. Quezon City: University of the Philippines Press.

Kraft, Herman Joseph S., 2018. “Pedro L. Baldoria.” In J. Tigno (Ed.), Twentieth-century Philippine political thinkers: Selected readings. Quezon City: University of the Philippines Press.

Lusterio-Rico, Ruth R. 2018. “Felipe Agoncillo.” In J. Tigno (Ed.), Twentieth-century Philippine political thinkers: Selected readings. Quezon City: University of the Philippines Press.

Naval, Jaime B., 2018. “Estrella D. Solidum.” In J. Tigno (Ed.), Twentieth-century Philippine political thinkers: Selected readings. Quezon City: University of the Philippines Press.

Taguibao, Jalton G. 2018. “Jose Maria Sison.” In J. Tigno (Ed.), Twentieth-century Philippine political thinkers: Selected readings. Quezon City: University of the Philippines Press.

Tigno, Jorge V. (ed). 2018. “Twentieth Century Philippine Political Thinkers.” Selected Readings. Quezon City: UP Press.

Zialcita, Jean Paul L., 2018. “Jose P. Laurel.” In J. Tigno (Ed.), Twentieth-century Philippine political thinkers: Selected readings. Quezon City: University of the Philippines Press.

2017

2016