current events, Elections, Media Studies, Social Media

Social Media, the Philippine Elections & the Mindanao Vote

With the Philippines being called the “Social Media Nation of the World” or the "Social Media Capital of the World", it is but logical to suppose that social media affect the country’s elections, esp. the presidential elections every six years. In a Dec 2019 SWS survey, almost a fourth (24%) of the Filipinos get their… Continue reading Social Media, the Philippine Elections & the Mindanao Vote

Bangsa Moro, current events, Media Studies, PHILIPPINE ELECTIONS, Social Media, socio-cultural

Philippine Elections and the Mindanao Vote in the Age of Social Media

This is a mini lecture delivered on March 4, 2022 on the webinar titled Digital Journalism and the Mindanao Vote. Organized by Philippine Press Institute (PPI) and Journalism Studies Association of the Philippines, Inc. (JSAP, Inc.) supported by Hanns Seidel Foundation in cooperation with Internews in collaboration with USAID. I prepared for a one-hour lecture,… Continue reading Philippine Elections and the Mindanao Vote in the Age of Social Media

socio-cultural

FB Notes: Covid19 in Philippines – March 2020

I decided, quite belatedly, to document my thoughts on Covid19 as recorded in Face Book. through my posts, likes and shares. This is for the month of March 2020: FB posts re Coronavirus: On Mar. 3, 2020, I liked a post that linked to a news story headlined "Duterte Admin, Pinapasok ang 536,205 Chinese sa… Continue reading FB Notes: Covid19 in Philippines – March 2020