ADDU’s Appropriations of Gender and Human Rights Culture

Abstract / Excerpt:

On August 2007, nine college students of the Ateneo de Davao University were apprehended by the school's security guard for violating the school's ID policy. That same day the students were verbally reprimanded by a school administrator, to the point of being called "liars". They were not formally informed of the sanctions given to them for their violation. The next day, "wanted posters" containing pictures of said students were posted on the bulletin boards of the three entrances of the school (Atenews, 2007).

Source InstitutionAteneo de Davao University
AuthorsMa. Isabel S. Actub, Tetchie D. Aquino, Pilariza Racho-Baldovino, Romeo T. Cabarde Jr., Fil-amor A. tutor
Page Count109
Place of PublicationDavao City
Original Publication DateFebruary 9, 2015
Tags ADDU's, Appropriations, Culture, Gender, Human Rights