NCGS 2018

NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON GEOGRAPHICAL STUDIES 2018

[LINK TO NCGS2018 VIDEO: bit.ly/2018NCGSvideo
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PLENARY SESSIONS

Plenary 1: Spaces of Encounter in the Maritime Geographies of the Philippines

Speaker 1: Jay Batongbacal
University of the Philippines Institute for Maritime Affairs and Law of the Sea

Speaker 2: Laura David
University of the Philippines Marine Science Institute

Plenary 2: Mapping Geographies of Philippine Development

Speaker 1: Sonny Africa
IBON Foundation

Plenary 3: Mapping the Development of Philippine Geography

Speakers:
Joseph Palis
Darlene Gutierrez
Yany Lopez
Ma. Simeona Martinez
Mylene de Guzman
Emmanuel Garcia

University of the Philippines Department of Geography

 

 

PANEL SESSIONS

PANEL 1A: CINEMATIC GEOGRAPHIES
– Mapping Encounters in Tu Pug Imatuy
– The Geographies of Stand-Alone Theaters
– Unmasking the Ambiguous: Exploring the National in Goyo: Ang Batang Heneral

PANEL 1B: URBAN MOBILITIES
– Untangling the Traffic Gridlock: How Will Metro Manila’s Public Transport Be Improved?
-(Dis)urbanism by Design: Using Complex Systems and Urban Design Approach to Understand the Impact of Residential Enclaves on the Road Networks of Metropolitan Manila
– Terminal Syncopation: Rhythmanalysis and the Ninoy Aquino International Airport

PANEL 1C: PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS FOR DISASTER RISK REDUCTION: INSIGHTS FROM TWO URBAN BARANGAYS
– Interactive Activity: What dod we know about public-private partnership in disaster risk reduction?
– Multi-Hazard Risk Assessment using GIS in Urban Areas
-Disaster Risk Situation of the Private Sector: The Case of MSMEs in Barangays Bagumbayan and Commonwealth, Quezon City

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PANEL 2A: ENVIRONMENTAL AND RESOURCE GEOGRAPHIES 1
– Cooperation or Conflict: Determining the Enforceability of the UNCLOS Award in the West Philippine Sea Disputes
– Sailing Stormy Seas: The Consequences of China’s Island Construction for the Philippines
– Geoarchaeology of the Western Coasts of Luzon: Cases of Increased Settlement Disaster Vulnerability Resultant of Land-Use Change

PANEL 2B: MAPPING/COUNTERMAPPING 1
-Mapping Study Sites on Suburban Traditional Medicine: Initial Results of the ZamBaSulTa Project Phase One – Zamboanga Peninsula
– Mapping the Future: Predicting Urban Growth in Laguna (2016-2031) Using Linear Regression and Land Cover Transition Matrix
-The Geographical Distribution of Philippine Solid Waste Management Studies

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PANEL 3A: ENVIRONMENTAL AND RESOURCE GEOGRAPHIES 2
– Exploring the Effects of Climate Change on the Production of Coffea arabica in the Philippines: A Case Study on Coffee Farming in Sagada, Philippines
– Quality of Life and Meaning-Making in a Care Facility: A Case Study of the Elders in Tahanang Balik Alay
– Lupang Ninuno, Depensahan, Depensahan, Taniman!: Reflections on the Critical Place-Based Pedagogy of the Alternative Learning Center for Agricultural and Livelihood Development, Surigao del Sur
– Political Ecologies of Populist Rhetoric: Laguna Lake Governance Under Marcos and Duterte

PANEL 3B: FIELD METHODS IN GEOGRAPHY
– Volunteered Geographic Information (VGI) for Local DRR Planining: Prospects and Challenges
– Disaster Risk Assessment – Barangay Tatalon, Quezon City
– Methodologies of Bacacay Ecological Profile

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PANEL 4A: “NEOLIBERALIZING SPACES IN THE PHILIPPINES” BOOK PANEL

PANEL 4B: “HIGH TIDE” FILM PANEL

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PANEL 5A: GEOHUMANITIES
– Exploring the Place Experiences of Youth Disaster Survivors through Poetic Inquiry
– “Oras ng Basagan”: Pokemon Go! and the Concept of Territoriality in Taguig City
– Faces Places: Mapping Embodiments in Map Art and Cartographic Imagination
– CinemaSpace: A Working Framework toward Locating the Davao Film Culture

PANEL 5B: CHILDREN IN DISASTER RISK REDUCTION
– Development of Municipal-Level Child-Centered Database for DRRM
– Organizing Children for Small Island Resilience: The Case of SHINe in Calagnaan Island, Carles, Iloilo
– Promoting Spaces for Children’s Participation in Small Island Community DRRM through TEACH DRR

PANEL 5C: LABOR GEOGRAPHIES
– Informal Mining Labour: Economic Plurality and Diverse Household Survival Strategies
– On the other Side of the Screen: The Embodied Labor of Content Moderation
– The L Words, Lesbian and Labor: Physical and Social Health Impacts Among Call Center Agents in Quezon CIty, Philippines

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PANEL 6A: MAPPING/COUNTERMAPPING 2
– Growing up in a War-Torn City: Mapping Children’s Experiences of the Second World War in Baguio, 1941-1945
– Tracing the Unseen, Mapping Identities: An Exploration in Counter-Mapping
– A Native Map Enters into the British Archive

PANEL 6B: COMMUNITY GEOGRAPHIES
– Overseas Remittances, Hometown Investing and Financial Inclusion: A Remittance Investment Climate Analysis in a Philippine Municipality
– The Place of the Virtual in Mobile Environments: Rural Health Work Through MOOCs in Pangasinan
– Perceived Participation of Malolos City Residents towards Urban Solid Waste Management
– Geography of Water Scarcity in Mindanao

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PANEL 7A: DISASTERS AND HOME
– Homeownership and Place Attachment: Post-Disaster Housing Recovery among Different Homeownership Categories in Guian, Samar
– Perceptions of Companion-Animal Owners in Quezon City, Philippines on Protection of their Animals During Typhoons
– When a House is Not a Home: A Case Study of SIKKAD-K3’s Notions of Home, Home-Making, and DIsasters
– Protecting Refugee Camps from Floods and Cyclones Using Geographic Information Systems

PANEL 7B: BIOGEOGRAPHY
– Beyond South: Finding Suitable Areas beyond Mindanao Island for Durian Production in the Philippines
– Maxent Modeling for Predicting Potential Geographic Distribution of Acerodon jubatus in the Context of Climate Change
– A Spatial Distribution Model of the Flame-Breasted Fruit-Dove (Ptilinopus marchei) Using Multi-Criteria Evaluation in GIS

PANEL 7C: COUNTERMAPPING FOR PERI-URBAN SOCIAL JUSTICE

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