Exposure to spoken word poetry and the oral communication skills of selected students in Cavite State University Main Campus / by Marchelle Danielle M. Ablay and Philip John G. Doria.

By: Contributor(s): Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Publication details: Indang, Cavite : Cavite State University- Main Campus, 2019.Description: 45 pages : illustrations ; 28 cmContent type:
  • text
Media type:
  • unmediated
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  • volume
Subject(s): DDC classification:
  • 302.2  Ab6 2019
Online resources: Production credits:
  • College of Arts and Sciences (CAS), Department of Languages and Mass Communication
Abstract: ABLAY, MARCHELLE DANIELLE and DORIA, PHILIP JOHN. Exposure to Spoken Word Poetry and the Oral Communication Skills of Selected Students in Cavite State University, Main Campus. Undergraduate Thesis. Bachelor of Arts in Journalism. Cavite State University. Indang, Cavite. June 2019. Adviser: Ms. Ruby A. Manaig. The study was conducted from December 2018 to April 2019 at Cavite State University — Main Campus. The study aimed to determine the level of exposure to spoken word poetry videos through Facebook, YouTube, and live stages of selected students in CvSU Main Campus, the level of oral communication skills of these students, and the relationship between the participants' exposure to spoken word poetry and their oral communication skills. Purposive sampling was used to gather data from the students who were enrolled at Cavite State University - Main Campus and were already exposed to spoken word poetry videos. Researchers used an adapted survey questionnaire which was divided into two parts. First part determined the participants' exposure to spoken word poetry through Facebook. YouTube, and live stages. Second part was a series of questions obtained from Verderber (1999) that determined the oral communication skills of the participants. Mean. standard deviation, Chi-square, and Cramer's V were used as statistical tools. The findings from the survey revealed that participants were moderately exposed to spoken word poetry videos and had high oral communications skills. Based on the results the participants exposure to spoken word poetry videos had a direct and significant relationship with their oral communication skills. This showed that the spoken word poetry videos on Facebook, YouTube, and live stages had an effect on audience's oral communication skills.
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Thesis (Bachelor of Arts in Journalism) Cavite State University.

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College of Arts and Sciences (CAS), Department of Languages and Mass Communication

ABLAY, MARCHELLE DANIELLE and DORIA, PHILIP JOHN. Exposure to Spoken Word Poetry and the Oral Communication Skills of Selected Students in Cavite State University, Main Campus. Undergraduate Thesis. Bachelor of Arts in Journalism. Cavite State University. Indang, Cavite. June 2019. Adviser: Ms. Ruby A. Manaig.
The study was conducted from December 2018 to April 2019 at Cavite State University — Main Campus. The study aimed to determine the level of exposure to spoken word poetry videos through Facebook, YouTube, and live stages of selected students in CvSU Main Campus, the level of oral communication skills of these students, and the relationship between the participants' exposure to spoken word poetry and their oral communication skills. Purposive sampling was used to gather data from the students who were enrolled at Cavite State University - Main Campus and were already exposed to spoken word poetry videos. Researchers used an adapted survey questionnaire which was divided into two parts. First part determined the participants' exposure to spoken word poetry through Facebook. YouTube, and live stages. Second part was a series of questions obtained from Verderber (1999) that determined the oral communication skills of the participants. Mean. standard deviation, Chi-square, and Cramer's V were used as statistical tools.
The findings from the survey revealed that participants were moderately exposed to spoken word poetry videos and had high oral communications skills. Based on the results the participants exposure to spoken word poetry videos had a direct and significant relationship with their oral communication skills. This showed that the spoken word poetry videos on Facebook, YouTube, and live stages had an effect on audience's oral communication skills.

Submitted to the University Library 07/10/2019 T-8306

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