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Group 1 Progress report

  1. 1. Social Well-Being and Social Interaction of Female Prisoners Group #1: Cocjin, Rizzia Ditching, Barbara Guzman, Dominique Yee, Louvette
  2. 2. Based on the proposalQuantitative: Pre-test Give consent forms to the selected female detainees Administer the Social Well-Being Scale and Social Interaction Scale  All participants will answer at the same time. We will give a debriefing after the completion of the last scale. The female prisoners will be informed that they will be possible participants for the interview part of the study after the scoring of the scales. The participants will receive a token of appreciation after the debriefing.
  3. 3. Based on the proposalQualitative: Pre-test Conduct interviews a week after the scales have been scored. Interviewees will be those who got the highest and lowest scores in social well-being. The interview will take place in a room assigned to the researchers by prison authorities.  One researcher will be the interviewer while another will serve as the documenter. We will give additional tokens the interviewees.
  4. 4. Based on Actual DataGathering Pre-test Actual• Office of the wardens Multi-purpose Hall• 2 rooms with 3 200 female prisoners prisoners each from Correctional• 10 female participants Institute for Women from San Juan City Jail (50 for buffer)• one test administrator 5 tests are already and one assistant per invalid room to assist the Still on going… participants
  5. 5. InstrumentsSocial Well-Being Scale (SWBS) by Corey Keyes (1998) Measures 5 dimensions of social well-being (social integration .73, social acceptance .42, social contribution . 67, social actualization .64 and social coherence .65) The internal reliability of overall social well-being scale is .81. 7-point Likert-type scale Translated in Filipino by Ms. Oblena No back translation in English
  6. 6. InstrumentsSocial Interaction (SIS) A scale made by the researchers based on the definition of social interaction on how a person communicates, interacts and socializes with other people. It relates to how people make friends and whether they have a sense of belonging. 5-point Likert-type scale Translated to English by Ms. Flores No back translation in Filipino
  7. 7. Pre-test Result: Social InteractionScale Deleted Items: # 4, 17, 24, 29, 30 Reliability Cronbachs Alpha .718 Cronbachs Alpha Based on Standardized Items N of Items .730 25
  8. 8. Data Gathering: Revised ProceduresPre-test: Quantitative  Consent letters were given and signed.  The test administrator read the instructions.  All participants who went to Room 1 answered at the same time and same as in Room 2  Tokens are given as debriefing material.  BJMP is informed on who was to be interviewed
  9. 9. Data Gathering: Revised ProceduresPre-test: Qualitative The detainee with the highest score in Social Interaction Scale was interviewed. The interviewer used a 19-item semi-structured interview questionnaire. There was one interviewer and one note-taker.
  10. 10. Reflection on the data Gathering:Adjust to the availability of participants, chaperone and the group membersPeople have their own schedules to keep and we are to respect their priority.Unavoidable extraneous variables should be controlled.Be resourceful or handy when dealing with any extraneous variables.Always remember your first proposal. Stick with the 1 st plan if it will workout… if not there is always plan B but be sure to take note on revisions.
  11. 11. Reflection on the data Gathering:Make sure that your participants’ demography is based on what you proposed (language barrier: participants’ native language is Filipino or one who can understand Filipino and English) The treatment given to all participants should be equal. There is no special treatment.The researchers must be aware of the participants’ health condition (eyesight problems) when printing the instruments needed in the study.The researchers must be open minded on what kind of people they are to deal with.
  12. 12. Timeline BJMP Letters (Request letter to the authorities and 2-Jul permission letter from the school) 9-Jul Quantitative Pre-test in San Juan City Jail (10 prisoners) 27-Jul 1st batch of Actual Testing in CIW (100 prisoners) qualitative Pre-test in San Juan City Jail (interview of one 28-Jul prisoner) 2-Aug 2nd batch of Actual Testing in CIW (100 prisoners) 6-Aug 1st batch of interview 13-Aug 2nd batch of interview 20-Aug 3rd batch of interview (tentative)