Social Change, Gender and Sexual Politics: Philippine Articulation

The study sought to identify the dominant sexual and gender norms, values, and practices among women and men at different life stages as well as to focus at emergent changes in and deviations from these norms and practices. It also examined the possibilities and problems in sexual attitudes and behavior wrought by specific social and economic processes, namely, expanded education, urbanization, patterns of employment, and exposure to media.

Name of Awardee: 

Elizabeth U. Eviota

Year Awarded: 

2004

Project No.: 

MRA01
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