CvSU female dormitorians exposure to tagalog pocket books and their attitude towards courtship traditions / Catherine A. Cutamora, Jomadea A. Grampa.Material type: TextLanguage: English Publication details: Indang, Cavite : 2006. Cavite State University- Main Campus,Description: vii, 54 pages : illustrations ; 28 cmContent type:
- 306.734 C97 2006
- College of Arts and Science (CAS)
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Thesis (BA Mass Communication - - Journalism) Cavite State University.
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College of Arts and Science (CAS)
CUTAMORA, CATHERINE A. and JOMADEA A. GRAMPA. CVSU
Female Dormitorians' Exposure to Tagalog Pocketbooks and their Attitude Towards Courtship Traditions. An undergraduate thesis in Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication major in Joumalism. Cavite State University Indang, Cavite. April 2006, Adviser: Ms. Bettina Joyce P. Ilagan
This thesis is mainly interested in the relationship between the respondents' exposure to Tagalog pocketbooks and their level of attitude towards courtship traditions. Dependency and Uses and Gratification theories are employed as the theoretical framework of this research. The findings presented here are based on the 57 filled questionnaires of the respondents who were chosen through purposive sampling. These respondents are female dormitorians occupying the CvSU Student Housing Unit-Main Building during the second semester of S. Y. 2005-2006. The questionnaire used in this study was divided into two parts.
The first part was to measure the respondents' degree of exposure to tagalog pocketbooks and the second part was the series of questions that determine the respondents' level of attitude towards courtship.
Frequency counts, percentage, mean and chi-square test of association were used as statistical measure in this study. The research was conducted between November 2005 to February 2006.
The study found out that respondents- level of attitude towards courtship has no significant relationship their exposure to tagalog pocketbooks. Furthermore. respondents were: still possessing a conservative trait brought by a culture and tradition where women are raised to be refined and well mannered; and having a varied degree of exposure to the medium
This study was only conducted to the sample population of CVSU Student Housing Unit-Main Bldg., it is recommended that another study be made on a larger population to know if findings will be the same.
Submitted to the University Library 06/07/2006 T-3340