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GE students attend symposium on conflict, third space, communication, and community

13 May 2024

Students enrolled in the General Education (GE) courses on Critical Perspectives in Communication (COMM 10), Ethics and Moral Reasoning in Everyday Life (ETHICS 1), Self and Society (SAS 1), and Understanding Gender (SOC SCI 5) attended a symposium on conflict, third space, communication, and community with Asst. Prof. Melissa Claire Barrera-Yap of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences in UP Mindanao as guest speaker.

Asst. Prof. Barrera-Yap discussing the effects of Conflicts, Third Space as the result of Conflicts, and the real world manifestation of such concepts based on her experience being with the Lumad people

The symposium was held on 25 April 2024 at the AS Conference Hall as part of UP Tacloban’s “(GE)n Z: The General Education Experience for Generation Z and Beyond Ideas Festival.”

UP Tacloban students participating in the trivia game prepare by Asst. Prof. Barrera-Yap
A UP Tacloban student asking about the implication of Baba's idea of the Third Space and its implications in the concept of National Identity
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UP Tacloban students taking, Comm 10, Ethucs 1, SAS 1, and Soc Sci 5 with Asst. Prof. Barrera-Yap and faculty members from the Division of Humanities and Division of Social Sciences

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