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The students are ethical, the teacher is not
 
By Elson T. Elizaga
 

Below is a section of the 2004 webpage of the Archaeological Society, a student organization of the Archaeological Studies Program (ASP) of the University of the Philippines. It shows that the Society aims to "Promote and abide by the Code of Ethics in Archaeology".

But that same year, a teacher of ASP said during a press conference in Cagayan de Oro, that "We do not follow any code of ethics ...." [More]

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he University of the Philippines Archaeological Society is a graduate student organization of the U.P. Archaeological Studies Program (ASP). The Society was formed in 14 October 1998. 

The U.P. Archaeological Society aims to:

  1. Promote academic interest in archaeological studies within the University and in the Philippines.
  2. Advocate for the protection, conservation and preservation of archaeological resources in accordance with the National Museum System Act (RA 8492);
  3. Publish the results of current archaeological research in the Philippines, in the process encouraging regional sharing of research result; and
  4. Promote and abide by the Code Of Ethics in Archaeology.

Current officers of the Society:

Padilla, Rojo Guerrero
President

Ochoa, Janine Therese
Vice-President

Arriola, Donna Mae
Secretary General

Campos, Flordeliza
Finance Officer

Vitales, Timothy James
Public Relations Officer
 

 

  HOME | THE PROGRAM | ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS | FACULTY | CONTACT INFO.
ARCHAEO. SOC.| HUKAY | PHOTOS | FEATURED ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITE | ANNOUNCEMENTS

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Revised February 5, 2011. Return to "Violation of the Code of Ethics of Archaeology".