Podcast Intercultural Communication: Verbal and Nonverbal Codes Doris Wilson Hi! Today, we're going to delve deeper into intercultural communication and see how verbal and nonverbal codes affect our interactions. Through our understanding of the various concepts and cultural practices related to verbal and nonverbal codes, we develop our intercultural communicative competence. So first, let's [...]
Podcast Identity Construction Asst. Prof. Jude Vincent Parcon Hello! Let me ask you these questions: Do you really know who you are? How did you manage to come up with the idea as to who you are? Where did you get these notions or ideas? Does your identity change or it doesn't change at [...]
ART, SCIENCE AND ETHICS IN COMMUNICATION STUDY Dr. Elena E. Pernia DR. ELENA E. PERNIA is a Professor of Communication, and currently the Dean of the UP College of Mass Communication, University of the Philippines Diliman. She has over 20 years of experience in communication/media education, research, planning and evaluation. Her highly distinguished academic career […]
UNDERSTANDING THE MDC CONTAGION Dr. Felix Librero DR. FELIX LIBRERO obtained his PhD in Instructional Systems Technology from Indiana University in 1981, with focus on instructional systems design, and cognate areas in journalism, telecommunications, and business administration. He has additional training and expertise in distance education and ICTs for development, and with extensive experience in […]
C4D: ALTERNATIVE COMMUNICATION PERSPECTIVES Dr. Alexander Flor DR. ALEXANDER G. FLOR is a Professor at the Faculty of Information and Communication Studies (FICS), UP Open University. He is also currently a Visiting Professor of Development Communication at Kasetsart University in Bangkok, and an Affiliate Professor of Knowledge Management at the College of Development Communication, UP […]
Podcast Flexibility Dr. Melinda dP. Bandalaria, Ph.D. One of the affordances of modern information and communication technology or ICT is that it has provided us with so much flexibilities on how we do things. Today, we have the option to connect with families and friends through social media. We don't have to be with them [...]
Podcast Information and Communication Technology for Education (ICT4E): The BackStory Dr. Alexander G. Flor Today, I would like to talk about ICT4E: The Backstory. ICT4E—meaning, Information Communications Technology for Education. And this is the backstory, sort of a backgrounder of other sessions that would follow on ICT4E policy and standards. Now, [...]
Dr. Clarissa David is a Professor in the College of Mass Communication at the University of the Philippines. She obtained her PhD at Annenberg School for Communication, University of Pennsylvania. She conducts research in public opinion, political communication, public interventions, and communicating policy. Her recent book “The RH Wars: Framing the Population and Health Debate” […]
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