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The Scholastican Journal (TSJ)

Is a peer-reviewed journal that publishes the scholarly papers of the faculty members of St. Scholastica’s College-Manila. The journal aims to provide a forum for faculty members to share their expertise, professional practices and innovations in their respective fields. It seeks to sustain crucial discourse across academic disciplines in order to contribute to the vitality and effectiveness of teaching, learning, and research/scholarship.

The journal is published annually by the Institutional Research and Academic Development (IRAD) Office of St. Scholastica’s College-Manila in coordination with The Scholastican Journal (TSJ) Editorial Department. 

TYPES OF SUBMISSIONS: General Articles, Reports, Book Reviews.

FACULTY

TITLE

UNIT
DEPARTMENT

YEAR

Alma Santiago-Espartinez

Hatred and Violence in Light of Emmanuel Levinas’ Disinterested Responsibility

Philosophy

2013

Noel Christian A. Moratilla

Narrativizing Marginality and Hope: Testimonial Narratives of Students in a Night School

Languages and Literature

2013

Lucris Carina Agnir-Paraan

Losing the Filipino and the Female Voice in Postcolonial Translation: How the West Has Won

Languages and
Literature

2013

Richard Pulmones

Personal Epistemology and Learning in a Chemistry Classroom

Education

2013

Maria Victoria F. Trinidad

Thesis Quality, Emotional Reactions, and Coping Resources of College Thesis Writers of St. Scholastica’s College

Psychology

2013

Michael G. Antonio

Political Perspective of the Scholasticans on the Gloria Macapagal Arroyo Presidency before the 2010 Presidential Elections

Social Sciences

2012

Marian A. Caampued

Ang Paghahanap ng Pagdadalumat sa Feminismo sa Igorotismo

Social Sciences

2012

Angelina L.V. Gutierrez

What College Faculty Climate Assessment Reveals about the Rewards and Challenges of the Profession and its Relationship to Spirituality

Theology

2012

Rommel Maglaya

Development and Integration of Creative Drama-Based Activities to Enhance the Oral Communication Skills in English of Intermediate Pupils

Languages and Literature

2012

Noel Christian A. Moratilla

Education and Resistance: Testimonios for Critical Pedagogy and Literacy

Languages and Literature

2012

Ralph Sabio

Internationalization of Higher Education Institutions in the Philippines: Current Trends and Challenges

Business Management

2012

Eduardo A. Bolanos

Specific Comprehension Strategies Good L2 Readers Use When They Process Expository Texts in Linear and Nonlinear Environments

Languages and Literature

2011

Marlon S. Delupio

Ang Bayan ng Malolos sa Panahon ng Unang Republika – Anim na Buwan Bago ang Sigwa ng Digmaan (Steyenbre 14, 1898 – Marso 31, 1899)

Social Sciences

2011

Marlon S. Delupio

Ang Pag-aaral ng mga Kababaihan sa Ilalim ng Patakarang Pang-edukasyon ng mga Amerikano (1898-1918)

Social Sciences

2011

Elisa Bernadette E. Limson

Students’ Perception of the Effectiveness of Highly Rated Tertiary Instructors

Psychology

2011

Marcelino M. Macapinlac, Jr.

Ang Kahalagahan ng Katangiang Pangkapaligiran sa Pagkakatatag ng Bayan ng Los Banos noon Dantaon 17-19

Social Sciences

2011

Juliana Moonette S. Manrique
Angelina L.V. Guttierez

Music and Peace Values in Action: Engaging Students in the Music Appreciation Course

School of Music

2011

Noel Christian A. Moratilla

Political Overtures: The Songs of Yano as Counternarratives

Languages and Literature

2011

Ralph Sabio

Paradigm Shift in Business Education: A Call for New Pedagogy

Business Management

2011

Irish C. Sioson

Organizational Patterns, Rhetorical Moves, and Diction in Filipino and American Presidential Campaign Blogs

Languages and Literature

2011