Boka, Bukó, Boto: Exploring Perceptions on Philippine Elections

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Boka, Bukó, Boto: Exploring Perceptions on Philippine Elections

A study on the different views of politicians, media practitioners, and voters on the Philippine Elections.

 
   

 

 

Diliman, Quezon City March 1, 2013 – the BBB Team invites high school and college students, members of student councils, university political parties, SK officers, and other interested parties to the research presentation of Boka, Bukó, Boto: Exploring Perceptions on Philippine Elections on March 16, Saturday, at the Media Center TV Studio, College of Mass Communication, UP Diliman.

 
   

 

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Since its establishment in 1975, the Department of Communication Research of the College of Mass Communication, University of the Philippines Diliman has offered courses that aim to develop scholarship, skills-proficiency, and professionalism.

Under the supervision of Dr. Jose Lacson, the Communication Research 165 (HWX) class, composed of 17 third year Communication Research students (BBB Team), has conducted a research on the different perceptions of Philippine elections. The study focused on the Philippine elections, as perceived by the three main players of this social phenomenon: the politicians, the media practitioners, and the voters. This research incorporated elements such as culture, historical background and societal issues in the analysis of texts to create a multi-perspective vision of today’s Philippine elections.

As part of the Youth Electorate, the BBB Team believes in the importance of a holistic, timely, and relevant research that would be beneficial to every sector of the society. The team believes that voters’ education must be reinforced to ensure a fair and honest democratic process, and to remind every Filipino of his right and duty to vote wisely.

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Boka, Bukó, Boto: Exploring Perceptions on Philippine Elections

 






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