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  1. 1. Statement of the Problem Causes and Effects of: Entering into a Relationship of the students of the University of Northeastern Philippines High School Department, Iriga City, School Year 2012-2013. The researchers: John Michael V. Cepe Jessa M. Alfelor Julia C. Oliva
  2. 2. Background of the Study the study indicated that the past researches contribute significantly to any relationships. According to the study, entering a relationship was in fact likely to be less active in school and other social life. Negative effects of having relationships become the center of renewed attention, however, primarily because of tragic incidences of abuse in which the school students entered 3 or more relationships and treat it like a game which they thought is normal for them.
  3. 3. Assumption of the Study The following assumptions were considered in the conduct of the study: 1.The profile of the UNEP high school students varies. 2.The civil status, past relationships and opinions of the high school students will serve as the basis for gathering information The student’s social life in terms of relationship with friends and family will be the sources of their having a relationship with special someone 3.Causes and Effects of Entering into a Relationship in the academic performance and social life of the students 4.The acceptability of the results needs to be validated by the teachers
  4. 4. Hypotheses The following hypotheses were tested in this study: 1.Own definitions of some students can be the same as the others definition 2.he civil status of the high school students in the different year levels vary significantly. 3.Most of the students are in love. 4.The students’ motivations to seek out love vary significantly. 5.Most of the students would prefer a positive attitude to their partner rather than negative characteristics 6.Entering into a relationship has big impacts to the life as a student of the University of Northeastern Philippines High School Department especially in academic performance 7.The grade of the acceptability level of the results of this research study significantly agrees among the teachers
  5. 5. Objectives ENTERING INTO A RELATIONSHIP: CAUSES AND EFFECTS TO THE STUDENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTHEASTERN PHILIPPINES HIGH SCHOOL DEPARTMENT has its own purposes. Within this purpose lies the importance of conducting a survey. And it’s capability to be such effective and functional for the people who will be benefited to this study.
  6. 6. General Objectives: To make understandable research results that might appear contradictory at first glance. When the issue of entering into a relationship is raised in public debate, it often happens in relation to the possible connection between sexual intercourse and aggressive behavior on the part of the partner that results of having a disease of HIV or AIDS(Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome).
  7. 7. Specific Objective: For this reason, much of the research into the causes and effects of entering into a relationship has revolved around that particular subject. However, this study will also touch the aspects of its advantages and disadvantages to the academic performance and social life among students of the University of Northeastern Philippines.
  8. 8. Significance of the Study The results of this study would benefit the students to increase their knowledge and skills committed to pursue their studies and apply it effectively on their academic performance. This study is considered important to the following persons or group of persons because of the benefits it will bring to the educational system as well as to the other aspects of their social life. This study about the formulation of the results based on the opinions and relationships of the High school students of UNEP will be of great value to the researcher being a student. The researches may gain insights. It may serve as basis on the part of the researchers themselves to plan future research.
  9. 9. Scope and Delimitations of the Study The essential apprehension of this study is to gather results of the Causes and Effects of Entering into a Relationship of the University of Northeastern Philippines High School students. This study was delimitated to 100 students from First year to Fourth year Secondary level. The essential apprehension of this study is to gather results of the Causes and Effects of Entering into a Relationship of the University of Northeastern Philippines High School students. This study was delimitated to 100 students from First year to Fourth year Secondary level It covered the Socio-Demographic profile of the students in terms of their gender, age, year level, economic status and likewise the level of awareness of the students on the causes and effects of entering into a relationship on the aspects of life.
  10. 10. Conceptual Framework of the Study Entering into a Relationship: It's Causes and Effects to the students of Output University of Northeastern Philippines High School Department 2013 Process Input • Problem Identification • Conduct of Review of Related Literatures and studies data gathering Tabulation Analysis Interpretation of data Statistical Analysis Test of Significance •Personal profile •Gender •Age •Instruments/Questionnaires/Interviews •Articles from Inet •Statistical Tool Figure 2 The Conceptual Paradigm
  11. 11. Methodology Research Design This study used descriptive study of research in attaining relevant ideas that will involve in the project with documentary analysis.
  12. 12. Sampling Techniques Simple stratified random sampling was employed in choosing the University of Northeastern Philippines as the source of data for analysis in this study because only the high school department such as first year, second year, third year and fourth year students were selected. The socio-economic profile of the students was gathered using the formulated questionnaire of the researchers and utilized the data on the relationship opinions of the High School students.
  13. 13. Respondents of the Study The respondents comprise the first year, second year, third year and fourth year students in terms of gender, age and status.. Year Level 1ST YEAR Sampaguita Jasmine Magnolia 2nd YEAR Narra Mahogany Molave 3rd YEAR Vinzons Panganiban Diaz 4th YEAR Rizal Mabini Bonifacio Total: Total Percentage 10 8 7 25 40% 32% 28% 100% 10 8 7 25 40% 32% 28% 100% 12 7 6 25 48% 28% 24% 100% 11 7 7 25 100 44% 28% 28% 100%
  14. 14. Respondents of the Study The Respondents Vinzon 50% 45% Sampaguita 40% PERCENTAGE 35% 30% Jasmin Magnolia Rizal Narra Mahogany 25% Panganiban Diaz Mabini Bonifacio 20% 15% Molave 10% 5% 0% 1st Year 2nd Year 3rd year 4th Year
  15. 15. Gender Gender Total Percentage 70% Male 37 37% Female 63 63% 100 60% 100% Percentage 50% 40% 63% 30% 20% 37% 10% 0% Male Female
  16. 16. Total Percenta ge 12 years old 5 5% 13 years old 18 18% 14 years old 22 22% 15 years old 19 19% 16 years old 34 34% 17 years old 2 2% 100 100% 34% AGE 18% Percenatge Age 22% 19% 5% 12 years old 2% 13 years old 14 years old 15 years old 16 years old 17 years old
  17. 17. Research Procedure The following procedures will be followed in the conduct of the study. 1. Presentation of the research proposal to the instructor. The research proposal was presented to the instructor who assess, critique, gave suggestions and recommendations in all the content of the proposal.
  18. 18. 2. Reflected the suggestions of the instructor. All the suggestions and recommendations by the instructor were considered.
  19. 19. 3. Prepare the descriptive questionnaires for the respondents’ personal profile of other attributes. Questionnaire was prepared and presented to the research instructor who add, delete, modify or revise the items, choices to be able to generate the desired data. The questionnaire will be prepared to gather on the educational profile of the respondents. The researchers with the aid of the reviewed literature and help of the adviser, made the questionnaires.
  20. 20. 4. Prepare the descriptive questionnaires for the respondents’ personal profile of other attributes Questionnaire was prepared and presented to the research instructor who add, delete, modify or revise the items, choices to be able to generate the desired data. The questionnaire will be prepared to gather on the educational profile of the respondents. The researchers with the aid of the reviewed literature and help of the adviser, made the questionnaires.
  21. 21. 5. Revising the Questionnaires. After validation, the questionnaire willss be revised into its final draft. The suggestions on some items will be integrated in the revised questionnaire.
  22. 22. 6. Securing permit to conduct the study. The researchers will secure a permit to conduct the study. The approved letter is exhibited on a separate sheet. A permission to conduct the study was sought from the office of the Principal.
  23. 23. 7. Administering the Questionnaire. The researchers will personally distribute the questionnaire to the respondents. 8. Retrieving the Questionnaire. The retrieval of the questionnaire will be done a day after its distribution to give sufficient time for the respondents to accomplish the form.
  24. 24. 9.Data Processing. Tabulation and Collation of the gathered data. After gathering the necessary data, the data in the filled-up questionnaire will be interpreted using the appropriate statistical tools. Questionnaires will be tallied, tabulated, implicated and analyzed using a computer program.
  25. 25. 9. Presenting, Analyzing and Interpreting the Data. Data analyses will be done with reference to its level of significance. 10. Submission for Special Order.
  26. 26. Research Instrument The questionnaire reflected will be used in gathering data on the profile of the first year, second year, third year, and fourth year high school students in terms of gender, age, and status and the causes and effects of entering into a relationship that affect their other social life.
  27. 27. Validation of the Questionnaire The suggestions were reflected in the instrument and shown to the instructor who shall be asked to answer the questionnaires and make comments, suggestions and revision of the improvement of the instrument. These comments and suggestions will be considered in the finalization of the questionnaires. Suggestions and revisions were reflected the same was printed and shown to the instructor and gave us go signal to print it and distributed to the targeted respondents. The instrument was distributed to 100 students of the secondary department.
  28. 28. 1. Define LOVE. 100% 90% 80% 70% Percentage 60% 50% 40% 37% 35% a. Intense affection for another arising out of kinship or personal ties b. A strong feeling of attraction resulting from sexual desire c. Enthusiasm or fondness 30% 20% 10% 0% 9% 6% d. Can’t explain
  29. 29. Options Total Percentage a. Intense affection for another arising out of kinship or personal ties 37 37% a. A strong feeling of attraction resulting from sexual desire 9 9% a. Enthusiasm or fondness 6 6% 35 100 35% 100% a. Can’t explain
  30. 30. OTHER DEFINITIONS: Love doesn’t matter. Love is an affection based on admiration. Love is in the air. Love is about loyalty. Love is God. Love is like a flower. Love is important. Give this to people Love is like a heaven but it hurts like you love. hell. Love is all about faith and trust. Love is full of pain. Love is the greatest command. Love is a feeling to your love ones or Love is sacrifice. another person in your family. Love= Me + You. Love is a feeling you love a one person It is based on how you appreciate that you do anything to your loving someone and feel the presence. person. Love is a matter of appreciation. Love is not a noun to be defined; it is a Love is blind. verb to be acted upon. Love is something that you will fight for. Love is blind. Love is like a bible, it is very sacred. Love is something you cannot overcome. It is the saddest word that can affect Love is magic. one’s life and can kill people.
  31. 31. 2. What's your status? Percent Options Total age a. Single a. Single 65 65% a. Taken 29 29% 6 100% 6% 100 100% 90% Percentage 80% 70% 65% b. Taken 60% 50% 40% a. Complica 29% ted 30% 20% 10% 0% 6% c. In a Complicated relationship
  32. 32. 3. Are you in LOVE? Options 70% Percentage a. Yes 66 66% a. No 34 34% 100 100% 66% a. Yes 60% Percentage Total 50% 34% 40% 30% b. No 20% 10% 0% a. Yes b. No
  33. 33. 4. Do you think having a relationship is natural? Options Percentage a. Yes 89% Total 89 89% a. No 11 11% 100 100% 90% Percentage 80% a. Yes 70% 60% b. No 50% 40% 30% 11% 20% 10% 0% a. Yes b. No
  34. 34. All of us have a right time to fall in love so relationship is natural. All of us can experience on how to fall in love. Because having a relationship is a practice in the Every one of us experience love not only for two future. persons but also between families. Because we are teenager, we just feel it. It’s part of everyone’s life. Relationship between Because all of us undergoes in a relationship. God, family and friends. Because it’s a kind of relationship between my Because of being a human. family. It’s common to teenage. Because it’s part of our life. All of us will undergo in this situation. Because all of us have feeling to have a relationship It serves as an inspiration in living. and to fall in love but not in two persons, one It’s a natural phenomenon that happens to a only, it can be in my family, friends and God. person. Because it is a part of growing up. We have the freedom to express our feeling for Because all of us have feelings. someone. Because it is a part of our life to have a Relationship is natural unless you not know how to relationship. a relationship. Because it indicates that we are emotionally It’s all about searching for the right person whom growing. you can share and bare your soul too. Because we attract to one another. You just feel the love but we can’t see it. Because many people have relationship with their It’s all about finding your lifetime partner. loved ones. Can’t explain. Yes
  35. 35. No Too young for that kind of matter. It’s just a waste of time. The graph shows that 89 out of 100 persons at 89% says a. Yes, having a relationship is natural and 11 out of 100 persons at 11% says b. No, having a relationship is not natural. Below the table shows the reasons of the high school students why or why not having a relationship is natural.
  36. 36. 5. What motivates people to seek out love or the benefits you get from having a a. expand oneself because of being Loner relationship? b. insufficient amount of love 59% received from the family that’s 60% why you need love from others c. to increase our abilities and effectiveness 50% Percentage 40% 30% 20% 32% 40% 37% 25% 30% 23% 37% d. enjoy the company of others e. feeling jealous to those couples you saw or to have a feeling of contentment f. To have a shoulder to lean on at times of difficulty g. To share some experiences 10% 0% h. To level up your social life aside from having friends
  37. 37. 6. What is the process of falling in love and have a relationship? 68% a. find attractive and appropriate for us 70% Percentage 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% 32% b. someone who demonstrates that they are attracted to us
  38. 38. 7. Does it always work? 50% 50% 50% Percentage 40% a. Yes 30% 20% b. No 10% 0% a. Yes b. No
  39. 39. 8. When do you fall in love? 55% 60% b. When someone tells he/she loves you Percentage 50% c. When you met someone which you think is a perfect partner for you d. When someone links to you because of your friends 40% 30% 22% 20% 10% 0% a. When someone that we have known for a while 6% 11% 7% e. You just feel it and think that you’re in love with him/her immediately
  40. 40. Percentage 9. Is physical appearance always a factor into the equation of falling in love? 60% 55% 45% a. Yes 40% b. No 20% 0% a. Yes b. No
  41. 41. 10. What characteristics/attitudes do you like in a partner? 70% 60% 67% a. 62% 58% 55% Percentage 40% b. Intelligen ce c. Beauty 55% 50% 45% 35% d. 20% 0% 9% 5% Formality e. 39% 30% 10% Kindness Sporty f. Obedienc e g. Faithfuln ess h. High Sex Appeal i. Sense of Responsibility j. Bad Boy
  42. 42. Other Attitudes: Religious or God-fearing Lovable Gentleman Golden heart Sincerity Simple Stick to one Serious Disciplined Respectful Humble Loyalty Understanding Friendly Know the limitations. True or Honest Good Cute Brave Caring Funny Cheerful
  43. 43. 11. What are your ways of communicating with each other? b. Text 70% 59% 60% 62% c. Meet personal and Talk Percentage 50% 40% d. Sex 36% e. Internet message chat 30% 22% 22% 20% 10% 0% a. Call 5% 5% 6% f. Internet video chat by using Web Cam g. E-mail h. Letter
  44. 44. 12. Does it affect you in some aspects of your life? 78% 80% a. Yes Percentage 70% 60% 50% 40% 22% 30% 20% 10% 0% a. Yes b. No b. No
  45. 45. 13. What other activities do you still a.Read have time? books, journals, newspapers, magazines 60% Percentage 50% 40% 30% 57% 44% 49% 46% 45% 51% b. Accomplishing assignments, projects and other requirements at school c. Household chores d. Bonding with family and relatives 34% e.Watching television 23% f. Listening to radio 20% g. Jamming with friends 10% 0% h. helping your sibling with their paper works
  46. 46. 13. Others: playing Bass guitar Dating with Gf Dota or Warcraft Attend mass Reading wattpad or Ebook Text Surfing the net Reading one manga.
  47. 47. 14. Does it affect your performance in school? Percentage 80% 66% 60% a. Yes 34% 40% b. No 20% 0% a. Yes b. No
  48. 48. 15. How do you balance Studying with Your Relationship? 45% 45% 40% Percentage 40% b. Studying together (in a public place) 35% 30% 25% 20% 15% 10% 5% 0% a. Making a schedule 4% 3% 6% c. Making "meal time" into "together time" d. Cutting down on your other distractions e. Make studying a priority
  49. 49. 16. Does it give you enough satisfaction when entering a relationship? 52% Percentage 52% a. Yes 51% 50% 49% 48% b. No 48% 47% 46% a. Yes b. No
  50. 50. 17. How many past relationships do you have? 25.00% 1 2 22.95% 3 4 Percentage 20.00% 15.00% 5 6 14.75% 11.48% 9.84% 8.20% 8.20% 10.00% 7 8 9 10 4.92% 4.92% 4.92% 4.92% 5.00% 1.64% 1.64% 1.64% 0.00% 11 13 25 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 13 25
  51. 51. 18. Does your parent agree when you spend the most of your time with your special someone? 67% Percentage 70% a. Yes 60% 50% 40% 33% b. No 30% 20% 10% 0% a. Yes b. No
  52. 52. Based on the survey that we have conducted, we therefore generalize and conclude that this research work, “ENTERING IN A RELATIONSHIP: IT’S CAUSES AND EFFECTS TO THE STUDENTS OF THE HIGH SCHOOL DEPARTMENT 2013” was proven to be an effective study and an alternative information for utilizing information and details about love life and relationships that has many effects and uses to all people around the globe.
  53. 53. Yes, own definitions of some students can be the same as the others definition but most of them can’t explain. The civil status of the high school students in the different year levels vary significantly. Majority says they are Single. Most of the students are not in love. Majority says that most of the students’ motivation to seek out love is to have a shoulder to lean on at time of difficulty.
  54. 54. The most suggested method of balancing relationship and studies is Make studying a priority which is in the battle of books vs. boyfriend, the books has to win. You’re all smart people, and I’m sure you all know better than to spend every waking moment with your significant other while your schoolwork suffers. But with these lovely tips, you can actually have a balance (instead of a battle) between books and boyfriends.
  55. 55. Recommendation This research work, “ENTERING IN A RELATIONSHIP: IT’S CAUSES AND EFFECTS TO THE STUDENTS OF THE HIGH SCHOOL DEPARTMENT 2013” can be used as a reference to those will engage in a relationship. This research work can also be used by all the people around the globe to be able to know or become aware of the big impacts in our daily lives.
  56. 56. Here are simple tips that can do to make things in its proper places:  Time Management There are certain things to be done on certain times. If you are at school, it is just proper to study and not to concentrate more on your love one’s presence.  Mutual Agreement You alone cannot balance love and study. Your partner should agree with you on your plan to schedule everything so that you both will finish your studies.  Sticking to the Plan A plan and an agreement without execution are useless. Make sure that you are dedicated to follow your plan which is to finish your studies with good grades and your special someone is your inspiration in achieving your goals.
  57. 57. Bibliography How to Balance Your Boyfriend and Grades | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_875128 4_balance-boyfriend-grades.html#ixzz2IPA0LFIk http://www.google.com.ph/ http://ph.yahoo.com/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ http://www.microsoft_encarta_2012/ http://www.youtube.com.ph
  58. 58. The Researchers JOHN MICAHEL V. CEPE JULIAMARIE C. OLIVA JESSA M. ALFELOR
  59. 59.  END!  All rights Reserved 2013

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