Thesis Bibliography (Oct 16, 2017)


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Filipino Folk Tales Reference

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  1. Dr. Maximo Ramos books on Philippine mythology
    • - Remembrance of Lents Past and Other Essays
    • - Patricia of the Green Hills and Other Stories and Poems
    • - Boyhood in Monsoon Country
    • - The Creatures of Midnight
    • - Creatures Of Philippine Lower Mythology
    • - The Aswang Complex in Philippine Folklore
    • - Philippine Myths, Legends, and Folktales (IMPORTANT)
    • - Philippine Demonological Legends and Their Cultural Bearings
    • - Tales Of Long Ago in the Philippines
    • - Legends of Lower Gods
    • Damiana L. Eugenio’s “Philippine Folk Literature series”
      • “The Soul Book” by Francisco R. Demetrio and Gilda Cordero-Fernando
    • Cordillera Tales by Maria Luida Aguilar-Cariño
    • Treasury of Stories by E. Arsenio Manuel and Gilda Cordero-Fernando
    • El Folk-lore Filipino by Isabelo de los Reyes
    • Revisiting Usog, Pasma, Kulam by Michael Tan
    • A History of the Philippines by Samuel K. Tan
    • The Lost Journal of Alejandro Pardo: Creatures and Beasts of Philippine Folklore 
    • by Budjette Tan, David Hontiveros, Kajo Baldisimo, Bow Guerrero, and Mervin Malonzo
    • Isabelo’s Archive by Resil B. Mojares

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Myth Research

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    • Armstrong, Karen. A Short History of Myth. Great Britain: Canongate, 2005. Accessed August 25, 2017.
    • Bierlein, J.F. Living Myths: How Myth Gives Meaning to Human Experience. N.p.: Ballantine Group, 1999.
    • Malinowski, Bronislaw, and Robert Redfield. Magic, Science and Religion and Other Essays. Garden City: Doubleday, 1955.
    • Wilson, Laurence L. The Skyland of the Philippines. Baguio: Baguio Printing and, 1953.

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Psychology Research & Myth

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      • The Uses of Enchantment by Bruno Bettelheim
      • Anthony Stevens, Jung: A Brief Insight, p.190, Oxford 1994
      • Carl Jung on Film (
      • C. G. Jung, Synchronicity (London 1985) p. 140)
      • J. Jacobi, Complex, Archetype, Symbol (London 1959) p. 114
      • C. G. Jung, Two Essays on Analytical Psychology (London 1953) p. 108
      • Fordham, Michael Explorations Into the Self (library of Analytical Psychology) Karnac Books, 1985.
      • Rancour, P. (2008). Using archetypes and transitions theory to help patients move from active treatment to survivorship. Clinical Journal of Oncology Nursing, 12(6), 935-940. Retrieved from EBSCOhost.
      • Joseph Henderson, "Ancient Myths and Modern Man", in Jung ed., Symbols p. 123
      • Stevens, Anthony in "The Archetypes" (Chapter 3). Papadopoulos, Renos ed. (2006). The Handbook of Jungian Psychology.

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Modern Mythmaking

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        • Stuart VoytiUa, Myth and the Movies, 1999

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Project, Films and Games

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        • God of War

        • Video Games using Greek Mythology

        • Troll using Scandanavian Mythology

        • Persona 4

        • Never Alone (the folklore comes right from the source—Iñupiaq storytellers recount this legendary story in their own language, giving players a look into a culture we don’t often see in video games.)

        • AR in Museums


        • Coldplay (Dynamic Storytelling)


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