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The 21st Century Media and Literature

The 21st Century Media and Literature

       The Philippines approved a curriculum designed to facilitate learning about the Philippine and World Literature. The stated Literature has undergone a significant change due to globalization. Culture and Media has been its major catalysts. In elaboration of the culture, the stories used to be limited to traditional or oral stories. With accumulation … Continue reading The 21st Century Media and Literature

Inside Out, Outside In: Teaching World Literature through Philippine Literature

Inside Out, Outside In: Teaching World Literature through Philippine Literature

Nillama Title of the Text: Inside Out, Outside In: Teaching World Literature through Philippine  Literature Author/s of the Text: Resil B. Mojares Title of the Journal/Publication: Kritika Kultura URL or web address: http://journals.ateneo.edu/ojs/index.php/kk/article/view/2046 Main Idea:      This paper critiques mechanistic conceptions of "world literature" and "Philippine regional literature” under the proposed new curriculum, and proposes … Continue reading Inside Out, Outside In: Teaching World Literature through Philippine Literature

Bending English for the Filipino Stage

Bending English for the Filipino Stage

POLICARPIO Title of the text: Bending English for the Filipino Stage Author of the text: Bienvenido L. Lumbera Title of the journal/ Publication: Kritikal Kultura: a refereed electronic journal of literacy: No. 7 URL or web address: http://journals.ateneo.edu/ojs/index.php/kk/article/view/1536 Main Idea:  The journal articles tracks how playwriting and the theater were medium in teaching the English … Continue reading Bending English for the Filipino Stage

A Comparison of Dystopian Nightmares and Utopian Dreams: Two Paths in Science Fiction Literature That Both Lead to Humanity’s Loss of Empathy

A Comparison of Dystopian Nightmares and Utopian Dreams: Two Paths in Science Fiction Literature That Both Lead to Humanity’s Loss of Empathy

PAPANGO Title of the text: A Comparison of Dystopian Nightmares and Utopian Dreams: Two Paths in Science Fiction Literature That Both Lead to Humanity’s Loss of Empathy Author/s of the Text: Alisha G. Scott Title of the Journal/ Publication: Journal of Science Fiction URL or Web Address: http://publish.lib.umd.edu/scifi/article/view/329 Main Idea: Science fiction literature has long … Continue reading A Comparison of Dystopian Nightmares and Utopian Dreams: Two Paths in Science Fiction Literature That Both Lead to Humanity’s Loss of Empathy

Technology and Language Learning: Exposure to TV and Radio News and Speaking Proficiency

Technology and Language Learning: Exposure to TV and Radio News and Speaking Proficiency

MACALINAO Title of the Text: Technology and Language Learning: Exposure to TV and Radio News and Speaking Proficiency Author/s of the Text: Taher Bahrani, Shu Sim Tam Title of the Journal/Publication: Kritika Kultura URL or web address: http://journals.ateneo.edu/ojs/index.php/kk/article/view/1423/1449 Main Idea: The study examines the effect of exposure to TV and radio news on improving EFL … Continue reading Technology and Language Learning: Exposure to TV and Radio News and Speaking Proficiency

Republishing Folktales: Their Audiences, Readers, and Influences in Modern Indonesian Literature

Republishing Folktales: Their Audiences, Readers, and Influences in Modern Indonesian Literature

LAMPONI Title of the Text: Republishing Folktales: Their Audiences, Readers, and Influences in Modern Indonesian Literature Author/s of the Text: Sudarmoko Title of the Journal/Publication: Kritika Kultura URL or web address: http://journals.ateneo.edu/ojs/index.php/kk/article/view/KK2016.02708 Main Idea: The paper presents an exploration of the republishing of traditional oral stories or folktales into printed form. Evidences that supports the … Continue reading Republishing Folktales: Their Audiences, Readers, and Influences in Modern Indonesian Literature

The effects of language on social cultures: the Philippines Multilingual scene

The effects of language on social cultures: the Philippines Multilingual scene

JOSE Title: The effects of language on social cultures: the Philippines Multilingual scene Author: Consuelo J. Paz Title of the Journal: Kasarinlan Philippine Journal of Third World Studies URL:  http://journals.upd.edu.ph/index.php/kasarinlan/article/view/840 Main idea: Globalization will affect the cultures and nations caused by increasing globalization. In the Philippines, the elite minority has the privilege of accessing in … Continue reading The effects of language on social cultures: the Philippines Multilingual scene