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Pres Developing Research Culture in Philippine Higher Education Institutions : Perspectives of University Faculty

  title={Pres Developing Research Culture in Philippine Higher Education Institutions : Perspectives of University Faculty},
  author={Rose Marie Salazar-Cleme{\~n}a and Sherlyne A. Almonte-Acosta},
In view of the paucity of research in Philippine higher education institutions (HEIs), the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) has provided policies and mandates that are largely geared towards the improvement of research productivity. The HEIs in the country have responded in varied ways to the call for a stronger research orientation among the universities. In this context, this paper aimed at understanding the prevailing research culture in Philippine HEIs, as viewed by the university… 

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