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Nation is unfinished business and therefore it is understandable that in public discourse the nation's needs take moral precedence over individual fulfillment Thus the book takes up the troubled uest of the modern Filipino for autonomy and meaning in the bosom of his own society a young nation that is itself aspiring to grown into full moderm nationhood in a globalized and some say postmodern erafrom the introductio An application of sociological concepts to Philippine context David carries out the legacy of Mills in addressing issues of the society through his brilliant sociological imagination as well as his co authors This is a must read for people who would want to make sense of social issues in the Philippines such that they will be aware of the beliefs and concepts governing their conduct in the community Thesaurus of the Senses read for people who would want to make sense of social issues in the Philippines such that they will be aware of the beliefs and concepts governing their conduct in the community

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The present volume invites the student to learn sociology by looking at her own formation as a human being growing up and living in a society that time incessantly shapes and organizes in a specific but ultimately predictable way Instead of talking about society in the abstract we give it names our families our communities the Filipino nation or the vast planet Nation Self PDF that we must share with the different na Socio 10 Being a Filipino

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Tions of the world Instead of talking about just anybody's biography we refer to one's own life long project of building and negotiating selfhood as ongoing achievements subject to the blind imprints of the past the contingencies of the present and our individual collective strivings for a better future The discourse of nationhood and social responsibility pervades every area of Philippine social science The Filipino Although it is tempting for me to pull the history card once again for this month s article I opted to settle with an eually stimulating subject of sociology Randolf Randy David s book Nation Self and Citizenship is an invitation to Philippine sociology and helps us to learn about ourselves and society Continue reading our post herePlease note We don t use ratings but for this purpose we tag books with three stars by default Would like to be a reviewercontributor to Bookbed Sign up hereWe also accept review reuests More info here

  • 368
  • Nation Self and Citizenship
  • Randolf S. David
  • en
  • 21 March 2018
  • 9789718953013

About the Author: Randolf S. David

AKA Randy David of the Philippine Daily Inuirer.



10 thoughts on “Nation Self and Citizenship

  1. says:

    Randolf “Randy” S David b 1946 – present is a Filipino television host journalist and professor emeritus of sociology at the University of the Philippines UP in uezon City From David’s Sunday newspaper column from 1995 to 2001 he collected his short essays and anthologized them into book form which he entitled as “Nation Self and Citizenship” Consisting of 368 pages or 18 newspaper articles the com

  2. says:

    I was able to read this book because of a class I took during the second semester of 2011 We based our discussion and group reports on this book Well most of it But even though we had this book the professor I got was phenomenal He's an extremely good speaker I loved listening to him every word that poured out of his mouth was sensible I may not agree to some of what he said but somehow it influenced the way

  3. says:

    Socio 10 Being a Filipino

  4. says:

    Although it is tempting for me to pull the history card once again for this month’s article I opted to settle with an eually stimulating sub

  5. says:

    This was a reuired reader in my Introduction to Sociology class It helped me understand the field in a way that connects to my experiences as a Filipino Worth the read even for non academic purposes

  6. says:

    This made me want to pursue sociology in college

  7. says:

    An application of sociological concepts to Philippine context David carries out the legacy of Mills in addressing issues of the society through his brilliant sociological imagination as well as his co authors This is a must read for people who would want to make sense of social issues in the Philippines such that they will be aware

  8. says:

    The collection of prof Randy David's articles and the introductions of his colleagues in the university did open my eyes and changed the way I felt about being a Filipino in modern day Philippines The sweet sentiments backed with the insights of some of the greatest thinkers of all time revealed the truth about the current situation of the nation which is both painful and liberating

  9. says:

    A compilation of David's weekly column in the Philippine Daily Inuirer They are short and sweet but each brings salient points to the issues of Philippine identity They would be perfect for the classroom especial

  10. says:

    Indeed it is a collection of timeless and undeniably brilliant sociological think pieces exploring the modern identity of the Filipino Nation the creation of the self and the concept of citizenship

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