Tañongon, Crina

Assistant Professor

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Crina Tañongon specializes in the intertextual approach to narrative and discourse analysis which she employed in her dissertation titled “Social Enterprise in Mindanao Conflict Areas: The Negotiation of Meanings in Reconstructing the Peace and Development Narrative”. She also identifies herself with the Communicative Constitution of Organization (CCO) which she anchored on in theorizing “Agribusiness Organizing in the Philippine South: The Intertextual Power Play of Weather and Market Agencies” published in the Management Communication Quarterly by SAGE.

Her research interests include postcolonial approach to organizational communication, narrative construction of organization, power, peace and development, and social entrepreneurship. She is now serving CCAD as its Communication Program Coordinator.

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