vol. 12, no. 1 (2012)
Asia-Pacific Social Science Review
The Asia-Pacific Social Science Review (APSSR) is an internationally refereed journal published biannually (June and December) by De La Salle University, Manila, Philippines. It aims to be a leading venue for authors seeking to share their data and perspectives on compelling and emerging topics in the social sciences with, and to create an impact, on the regionâ€™s communities of academics, researchers, students, civil society, policy makers, and development specialists, among others. Topics related to or with implications for the region that are pursued employing sound methodologies and comparative, and inter, multi, and transdisciplinary approaches are of particular interest. The APSSR is listed in the Elsevierâ€™s Scopus, the ASEAN Citation Index, and EBSCO. The Review has both printed and online (http://ejournals.ph) editions, and a Facebook Page at https://www.facebook.com/DLSUAPSSR/. The Review is an awardee of the Journal Challenge Grant of the Philippine Commission of Higher Education (CHED).
Table of contents
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From the Editor
Julio C. Teehankee
Guidelines to Contributors
Active Ageing of Elderly People and Its Determinants: Empirical Evidence from Thailand
Leadership Contestations, Succession, and Stability in Malaysia and Indonesia
Yang Razali Kassim
Democracy, Decentralization and Higher Education: The Philippine Case
Roger Chao Jr.
The Ethnopolitics of Moro Self-Determination in the Philippines: So little, too late?
Rizal G. Buendia
Socio-economic Impacts, Social Inclusion, and Science-Policy Interphase: The Case of Rice Biotechnology in the Philippines
Antonio P. Contreras
Bangladesh and The Role of Private Sector Addressing Digital Divides
Cenon-roldan Agbayani Jr.