Creating Positive Actions among Youth on the Issue of the West Philippine Sea

12 Pages Posted: 12 May 2020

See all articles by Sheryl Renomeron Morales

Sheryl Renomeron Morales

Polytechnic University of the Philippines; Institute for Comparative and Advanced Studies (Icas Phils); National Youth Congress 2013; Subanen-Muslim-Christian Relations of Zamboanga del Sur

Dr. Rosalie A. Corpus

Polytechnic University of the Philippines

Ryan Oliver

Independent

Date Written: August 23, 2019

Abstract

This article is the second part of previous research that discusses the social context of the issue on the West Philippine Sea and how the youth can proactively help the state in protecting its maritime environment. The researchers believed that sharing positive and collective stories on the actions done by the youth to spread awareness and civic consciousness on the current situation of the West Philippine Sea and highlighting the life-giving forces of government mandates would enlighten other youths and give them the impetus to proactively participate and collaborate in community engagements where the role of the youth in nation-building and other national concerns and the consensus ideas and thoughts are brought in, appreciated, and acted upon for the country’s future.

Keywords: Youth, Community Engagement, Appreciative Inquiry, West Philippine Sea, Participatory Action Research

Suggested Citation

Morales, Sheryl Renomeron and Corpus, Dr. Rosalie A. and Oliver, Ryan, Creating Positive Actions among Youth on the Issue of the West Philippine Sea (August 23, 2019). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3579846 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3579846

Sheryl Renomeron Morales (Contact Author)

Polytechnic University of the Philippines ( email )

Don Fabian St.
Barangay Commonwealth
Quezon City
Philippines

Institute for Comparative and Advanced Studies (Icas Phils) ( email )

Philippines

National Youth Congress 2013 ( email )

Philippines

Subanen-Muslim-Christian Relations of Zamboanga del Sur ( email )

Philippines

Dr. Rosalie A. Corpus

Polytechnic University of the Philippines ( email )

Don Fabian St.
Barangay Commonwealth
Quezon City
Philippines

Ryan Oliver

Independent

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