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Crispin C. Maslog

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Consultant

Asian Institute of Journalism and Communication


Contributor

New Straits Times


Visiting Professor, School of Communication and Information

Nanyang Technological University


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http://punch.dagupan.com/140511.html

by Crispin C. Maslog


http://punch.dagupan.com/articles/opinion/2014/04/eureka/

By Crispin C. Maslog
* Crispin C. Maslog, a former journalist, communication professor and environmental activist, now writes a column for SciDev.Net, a London-based science communication website. This article has been produced by SciDev.Net's South-East Asia & Pacific Desk.


http://punch.dagupan.com/articles/archives/2014/02/10/eureka-3/

By Crispin C. Maslog
*Crispin Maslog, a former journalist, communication professor and environmental activist, now writes a monthly science column for SciDev.Net, a London-based science communication website. This article has been produced by SciDev.Net's South-East Asia & Pacific desk.


Philippine News Link, PhilNews.com - The Marcoses Should Be Careful What They Wish For

According to Dr. Crispin Maslog, head of the Journalism Department of Silliman University, this may be due to martial law amnesia which he does not blame on today's millennials.
Now that the surviving members of the Marcos family are active in politics again and pushing a revisionist version of Martial Law history, we are worried, to say the least, Dr. Maslog wrote. CRONYISM UNDER MARTIAL LAW Dr. Maslog disputes the lie that the Philippine economy had its golden age during martial law. He informs his students that in fact,the Philippine economy took a nosedive during the 14 years of Martial Law because of cronyism and economic plunder.


Amending the marital infidelity law | Network of Private Investigators

Mass Media and People Power: A Brief History of Philippine Communication, is the 31st book authored or edited by former journalist and communication professor Dr. Crispin C. Maslog, senior consultant of the Asian Institute of Journalism and Communication.
He was recently elected chair of the Board of the Asian Media Information and Communication Centre (AMIC), which just moved its headquarters to Manila. "Our People Power Revolution inspired other peoples to follow and demand democracy for their peoples," Dr. Maslog adds, citing the cases of People Power movements in South Korea, Chile, Poland, Romania, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, East Germany and Czechoslovakia, from 1987 to 1989.


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