Teaching

Courses taught

  • 2021, 2022. Introduction to Comparative Politics (Course Site)
  • 2021. Political Development in the Developing World (Southeast Asia)
  • 2021. The Filipino and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations
  • 2021, 2020. Citizenship and Governance
  • 2021, 2018, 2015. Introduction to Political Science/ Fundamentals of Political Science
  • 2021. Philippine Public Administration
  • 2020, 2018, 2015. Philippine Politics and Government
  • 2018. Special Topics in Political Science: Democratic Theory and Populism
  • 2018, 2017. Qualitative Research in Political Science
  • 2018, 2015. Introduction to Political Science
  • 2018, 2017. Contemporary Political Theory
  • 2018, 2015. Social Movements and Contentious Politics
  • 2018, 2015. Politics, Society, and Government/ Introduction to Political Sociology
  • 2017. Special Topics in Political Science: Comparative Populism
  • 2017, 2015. Introduction to Political Analysis
  • 2015. Southeast Asian Politics

Research mentorship
I have served as primary research/thesis supervisor for the following BA Political Science graduates:

  • Ma. Kyla Frances D.R. Aquino and Audric Azriel F. Plan, 2022. “A Chilling Effect? Populist Duterte and the ABS-CBN Shutdown”.
  • Guianne Paul F. Ador and Alexandra Gayle C. Java, 2022. “Public Support for Populist Incumbents in Pandemic Times: Duterte’s Resilient Populism and Joko Widodo’s Fragile Populism”.
  • Andrei Gabriel C. Ney and Dominic Clyde N. Rodriguez, 2022. “Pathways of Media Freedom Erosion Among Southeast Asian Populists: Comparing Estrada, Thaksin, Jokowi, and Duterte”.
  • Ezekiel B. Benedicto, 2018. “Resisting logics of exclusion, discipline, and inequalities: Exploring the non-compliance of women and traditional birth attendants to the No Homebirthing Policy.” Winner, Best BA Thesis in Political Science, University of the Philippines Manila.
  • Siegfred G. Perez, 2018. “Maki-Isa! Mag-Organisa: A Study on Participation in Migrant Political Organizations in Improving the Subjective Well-Being of Filipina Migrant Domestic Workers in Hong Kong”.
  • Ziv Mar B. Cea, 2018. “The Democratic Dispositions of Religious Youth.”
  • Gianne Faith R. Alvarez, 2018. “Claim to the Ocean Throne: The Mobilization Potential of Fisherfolk of Cato, Pangasinan”.
  • Precious Bugayong, 2018. “The Fault in Our Spaces: Inequality Within the Planing and Decision-making of Road Space Along EDSA”.
  • Camille Bedasua, 2018. “The Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program and the 2016 Elections: A Pro-Incumbent Vote in the Works?”.
  • Michelle Anne Delos Santos, 2018. “No Permanent Address: A Study on the Role and Participation of the Homeless in Philippine Elections”.
  • Cleon Magayanes, 2018. “Applicability of Populism as a Political Strategy in Explaining Urban Poor Youth Support for President Rodrigo Roa Duterte”.