Two student papers qualify in 2017 National Communication Research Conference

November 12, 2017

Two undergraduate theses from the UC College of Arts and Sciences - Communication Department were selected among 132 abstracts submitted to compete in the 5th National Communication Research Conference this November here in Baguio City.


The study entitled "Adherence to the Asia-Pacific's Environmental Journalist's Code of Ethics by a Weekly Newspaper in Baguio City" by Marielle Jimenez, Louie Anne Mapa, Mark Jason Selga, and Ma. Linette Viray delves on the adherence of journalists on the standards reflected in the provisions of the said manual in fulfilling their duty in environmental reporting.

On the other hand, "IEC Materials on the Theft for the Baguio City Police Office" by Pamela Mariz Gaminiano, Rachelle Marie Garcia, Fria Mailene Pilorin and Sururah Eniola Yusuf identified the profile of theft victims in the city and consequently proposed information, education, and communication (IEC) materials for the BCPO that are aimed at reducing the occurrence of street crimes.

The papers will be evaluated based on the written manuscript and presentation during the conference proper this month.

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