[Blueboard] Invitation to the PhD Sociology Dissertation Defense of Emmanuel Batoon
Department of Sociology and Anthropology [LS]
socioanthro.soss at ateneo.edu
Thu Jan 12 09:28:35 PHT 2017
The Department of Sociology and Anthropology
invites everyone to the defense of the PhD Sociology dissertation entitled
*"**BOYS IN ROMAN COLLARS: SEMINARIAN SOCIALIZATION TO RELIGIOUS PRIESTHOOD
AS A NEGOTIATED CONVERSION**"*
by *Emmanuel D. Batoon*
on January 13, 2017
12:00 nn., Leong Hall Room 407
Ricardo G. Abad, Ph.D.
Jose Jowel P. Canuday, DPhil (Oxon.)
Enrique Niño P. Leviste, Ph.D.
Emma Porio, Ph.D.
Czarina Saloma-Akpedonu, Dr. rer. soc.
Drawing from Giddens’ structuration theory, the study argues that it is the
duality of the religious *studium* structures and seminarians’ agency,
occurring as a process of negotiated conversion that influences the
seminarians’ continuance or departure from the religious *studium*. To
verify the argument, the case method was used to describe how the process
of seminarians’ negotiation of conversion to religious priesthood occurs
and what its influence is on the continuance or departure of seminarians.
A religious *studium *of the Augustinian order* was *served as the main
setting of the study while a diocesan seminary was also selected to provide
a comparison group of seminarians to help broaden the findings of the
study. The study finds that the seminaries through its formators, provide
and enforce the structures of conversion and sets the stages of conversion
that seminarians negotiate with throughout their stay at the studium. The
seminarians do so by personalizing the seminary structures through the
satisfaction of their intersectional interests. Some are able to do so,
others fail. The continuance or departures of the seminarians is the result
of their success or failure in negotiating these structures of conversion
to priesthood. Moreover, what applies to religious seminarians also occurs,
on the whole, to diocesan seminarians.
*DEPARTMENT OF SOCIOLOGY AND ANTHROPOLOGY*
1/F Ricardo and Dr. Rosita Leong Hall
School of Social Sciences, Loyola Schools
Ateneo de Manila University
Email: socioanthro.soss at ateneo.edu
Phone/Fax: 426-5990 or 426-6001 locals 5270/71
Website: www.dsa-ateneo.net | www.admu.edu.ph/ls/soss/socio-anthro
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