The book, Aging in the Philippines: Findings from the 2007 Philippine Study on Aging, is an output of the 2007 Philippine Study on Aging (PSOA) project of the University of the Philippines Population Institute in collaboration with the Nihon University Population Research Institute of Japan.
Global trends show rising rates of divorce or dissolution of heterosexual marriage, increasing cohabitation, and delay of marital union. Recent research in the Philippines show an apparent tilt towards these patterns.
Transnational suburbia is the new term proffered by Dr. Arnisson Andre C. Ortega, Assistant Professor at the UP Population Institute (UPPI) in his latest article published in the Annals of the American Association of Geographers (Vol. 107, No. 5).
According to him, these suburbs are the outcomes of an increasingly aggressive and globalized real estate industry which supply the housing needs of overseas Filipino workers in Manila’s periurban outskirts.
(AUG. 8) — A recent study on Filipino women who use contraceptives showed that in the past 10 years, one in every three women relied more on traditional contraceptive methods rhythm and withdrawal than modern methods.
(AUG. 22)—Older Filipinos are generally not materially well-off, not well-educated and about half consider themselves to be of average health, but have poor use of health services. They also believe that it would be best living by themselves. Older people are aged 60 and above.
The UP Population Institute (UPPI) faculty and staff congratulate Dr. Arnisson Andre Ortega on his recent publication of a pathbreaking critique of space and power in the Philippines.
Dr. Arnisson Andre C. Ortega, Assistant Professor at the UPPI, has published anew in an international journal in February of 2016. This comes after a research article he co-authored, Mega-regions in the Philippines: Accounting for Special Economic Zones and Global-local Dynamics, was published in volume 48 of the journal Cities in November 2015.
Three members of the UP Population Institute faculty had their respective research work printed in international publications in 2015.
Dr. Josefina N. Natividad’s research on the impacts of the 1991 Mt. Pinatubo eruption was published in The Consequences of Disaster: Demographic, Planning, and Policy Implications (James, H. & Paton, D., eds., 2015, Charles C. Tomas Publisher Ltd.).