Buhay ikatlong lahi : live experiences of married bisexual females in Cavite / by Zwirty Mae S. Martinez.Material type: TextLanguage: English Publication details: Indang, Cavite : 2017. Cavite State University- Main Campus,Description: xii, 75 pages : illustrations ; 28 cmContent type:
- 306.76 M36 2017
- College of Agriculture, Food, Environment and Natural Resources (CAFENR)
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Thesis (Bachelor of Science in Social Work) Cavite State University
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College of Agriculture, Food, Environment and Natural Resources (CAFENR)
MARTINEZ ZWIRTLY MAE S. BUHAY IKATLONG LAM: Lived Experiences of Married Bisexual Females in Cavite. Undergraduate Thesis, Bachelor of Science in Social Work. Cavite State University, Indang Cavite. May 2016. Adviser: Mr. Joven E. Dicen.
The study was conducted to present an overview of the research on the lived experiences of married bisexual females in Cavite. The study generally aimed to determine the married bisexual female's sense of identity in terms of psychological, emotional, biological and spiritual, and the engagement to social world. Specifically, the objectives are to: 1) to determine the sense of their identity as being married. 2) to determine the participants on how they engage in society as married bisexual female.
Moreover, the data from the interview studies conducted on the selected participants are reviewed. Various methodological approaches in studying such variables and their limitations are then presented and discussed. The collected data serves as the basis of the interpretative results. The study utilized the phenomenological Interpretative Approach to examine the participant's life world; it attempts to explore personal experience and is concerned with and in personal perception or account of an object or event, as opposed to an attempt to produce an objective statement of the object or event itself.
The research found out that in terms of biological married bisexual females discovered that they are bisexual are bisexuals at young age. They are facing with difficulties in married life in terms of emotional and psychological because they are not really happy in their married through their bisexual identity. In terms of spiritual the
research found out that bisexuality has good and bad outcomes. It is good because you can let other know that you are bisexual and escape from your crisis on your identity and confusion. It is bad because since the Filipino's are very religious it caused discrimination to bisexuality because they are against to it.The research also found out that the married bisexual females didn't give basis on making friends with the society. Whenever other people understand their situations or didn’t give a hard time to themselves just to please others. They also didn't choose group of friends because they are flexible enough to engage with different groups.
Submitted copy to the University Library. 08/03/2017 T-6830