Prof. Fernando DLC Paragas, PhD. is Plaridel’s new Editor-in-Chief

Plaridel journal welcomes its new Editor-in-Chief, Prof. Fernando DLC Paragas, PhD. Dr. Paragas is also the new Dean of the UP College of Mass Communciation. EIC Dean Paragas will continue the innovative leadership of Prof. Arminda V. Santiago, PhD., who […]

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Plaridel is now on ScholarOne

Plaridel marked another milestone this October as it moves to streamline the article submission and review process through ScholarOne Manuscripts.

ScholarOne Manuscripts is a service of Clarivate that will enhance Plaridel’s workflow in the submission and review of articles for publication […]

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Plaridel Journal Call for Papers: DEPICTING GENDER

The Plaridel Journal of the College of Mass Communication at UP Diliman is an open-access journal that is indexed in Scopus, EBSCO information Services, the Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI) of Clarivate Analytics, and the ASEAN Citation Index (ACI).

The June […]

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Plaridel launches “Early View” service

The Plaridel Journal Editorial Board and the UP CMC Office of Research and Publication would like to inform everyone that the journal has launched the Early View section. The institution of this new feature is a service to the journal’s […]

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Plaridel is now indexed in Scopus

The leading media and communication journal in the Philippines is now indexed in Elsevier’s Scopus, as well as in Clarivate Analytics’ (formerly Thomson Reuters’) Web of Science and the ASEAN Citation Index.

Plaridel: A Philippine Journal of Communication, Media, and Society is indexed […]

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Call for Papers extended to August 30: Special Issue on Vernacular and Regional Cinemas in the Philippines

The rich history of cinema in the Philippines has been simultaneously blessed and cursed with a long series of significant but contentious debates. Though not always framed as such, much of the disagreement is a result of the nation’s historical […]

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Plaridel Journal Call for Papers Extended to September 4: Special Issue on Fan Cultures and Cinephilia in Asian Transmedia Contexts

Responding to the shifting focus from audiences as consumers to their role as cultural producers aided by various technological developments, fan studies have gained significant attention as a sub-field in media and film studies in the early 1990s. Despite extensive […]

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CMC Research Brownbag presents Prof. Paul Michael Leonardo Atienza, MA.

Paul Atienza - Brownbag Announcements copyProf. Atienza will discuss “The Promise of Intimacy: Gay Filipinos on Mobile Phone Apps in Manila and Los Angeles” on 29 March 2017 at 4:30 pm at the UP CMC Auditorium

Paul Michael (Mike) Leonardo Atienza, M.A., is a doctoral candidate in the department of anthropology with a graduate certificate in gender and Women’s Studies from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Before coming to Urbana-Champaign, he worked for many years as an academic advisor at the University of California, Riverside and served in leadership roles for the College of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences Student Academic Affairs Office, the program in Southeast Asia: Text, Ritual, and Performance, and the UCR LGBITQ community. In addition to his digital media research, Mike performs with the U.S.-based Indonesian keroncong ensemble, Orkes Pantai Barat, and collaborates with drag performance artist Aloha Tolentino. He received his MA in Southeast Asian Studies (2010) and BA degrees in music and English (2002) from the University of California, Riverside.

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