the role of fraternity of learning and behaviorPresentation Transcript
Republic of the Philippines City of Taguig Taguig City UniversityGen. Santos Avenue, Central Bicutan, Taguig City THE ROLE OF FRATERNITY IN STUDENTS LEARNING AND BEHAVIOR OF 4th YEAR BS CRIMINOLOGY STUDENTS’ AT TAGUIG CITY UNIVERSITY DURING THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2012-2013 BASQUIÑAS, FRANCIA A. CEPIDA, MARIA FE S. GIL, JUAN PAOLO A. MAYLAS, GRISELDA C. MORALES, CLARISSA B. REY, HAZELINE L.
MATRIX OF THE STUDY Conceptual Paradigm INDEPENDENT DEPENDENT VARIABLE VARIABLE• Student’s demographic profile • Survey and questionnaire• Age • Interview• Gender • Factors Motivating Fraternity Participation• Parent’s occupation •Factors Motivating Fraternity Participation• Monthly income •Advantages perceived by students for joining• Religion fraternity• School last attended •Disadvantages perceived by students for joining• Present Address fraternity• Number of years joined• Number of people recruited
MATRIX OF THE STUDYStatement of the Problem Summary of Findings 1. Factors Of the seven variables motivating enumerated, respondents fraternity participation said, that the “influenced of friends who are also members of fraternity” is the factor that “Moderately Encourage” or (2.99) students in participating fraternity.
Conclusion RecommendationRespondents perceived that The main role of fraternity in students’ influenced of friends who learning and behavior of fourth year are also members of a Bachelor of Science in Criminology fraternity “Moderately students at Taguig City University is Perceived.” through members will learn more about unity and peace.
MATRIX OF THE STUDYStatement of the Problem Summary of findings Table 13 shows that2. Advantages Perceived respondents of collegeby students for Joining students at TCUFraternity “Moderately Perceived” or (2.82) that “members will learn more about unity and peace”.
Conclusion Recommendation Respondents perceived that Respondents perceived that “Moderately Perceived” that “Moderately Perceived” thatthe advantages perceived by the advantages perceived bystudents for joining fraternity, students for joining fraternity, “Members will learn more “Members will learn more about unity and peace.” about unity and peace.”
MATRIX OF THE STUDYStatement of the Problem Summary of findings3. Disadvantages Table 14 shows thatPerceived by students for respondents of B.SJoining Fraternity Criminology students at TCU “Moderately Perceived” that “new applicants suffered from fraternity rituals such as paddling, hazing and iron burns”.
Conclusion RecommendationRespondents “Moderately Create social and Perceived” that the extracurricular activities disadvantages perceived that will enhance student by students for joining participation in these fraternity is that “New activities. applicants suffered from Allow these fraternityfraternity rituals/rites such organizations to involve in as paddling, hazing and school activities such as iron burns.” intramurals and academic competitions to positively promote the unity and cooperation of such fraternity organizations.