Communication patterns of children raised by single parents in Indang, Cavite / by Aira Cristine O. Loyola and Pauline Mae P. Torres.

By: Contributor(s): Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Publication details: Indang, Cavite : Cavite State University- Main Campus, 2019.Description: v, 33 pages : illustrations ; 28 cmContent type:
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  • 306.85  L95 2019
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  • College of Arts and Sciences (CAS), Department of Languages and Mass Communication
Abstract: LOYOLA, AIRA CRISTINE O. and TORRES, PAULINNE MAE P.Communication Patterns of Children Raised by Single Parent in Indang, Cavite. Undergraduate Thesis. Bachelor of Arts in Journalism.Cavite State University. Indang, Cavite. June 2019 Adviser: Ms. Ruby A. Manaig The study was conducted from March 2019 to April 2019 in Indang, Cavite. The study aimed to identify the level of conversation, conformity orientation, and the communication patterns of children raised by single parents in Indang, Cavite. A descriptive quantitative research was used in this study. Purposive sampling was used in the selection of 70 children as participants whose age ranged from 12 to 18 years old. A 20-item questionnaire adapted from the study of Severo, C. and Valerio, F. (2016) was used to gather the necessary data. Descriptive statistics such as mean, standard deviation, and percentage were used to analyze the data. Results revealed that the participants had very high level of conversation and very high level of conformity orientation. This means they communicate with each other freely and frequently about activities, thoughts, and feelings.Overall, a consensual communication pattern was obtained from the participants’ responses. In conclusion, consensual type of family is very evident among children with single parents. This pattern encourages open communication and maintains the hierarchy within a family. In addition, parents in this type of communication pattern listen to their children’s opinion but still make the ultimate decision.
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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

LOYOLA, AIRA CRISTINE O. and TORRES, PAULINNE MAE P.Communication Patterns of Children Raised by Single Parent in Indang, Cavite. Undergraduate Thesis. Bachelor of Arts in Journalism.Cavite State University. Indang, Cavite. June 2019 Adviser: Ms. Ruby A. Manaig

The study was conducted from March 2019 to April 2019 in Indang, Cavite. The study aimed to identify the level of conversation, conformity orientation, and the communication patterns of children raised by single parents in Indang, Cavite.

A descriptive quantitative research was used in this study. Purposive sampling was used in the selection of 70 children as participants whose age ranged from 12 to 18 years old. A 20-item questionnaire adapted from the study of Severo, C. and Valerio, F. (2016) was used to gather the necessary data. Descriptive statistics such as mean, standard deviation, and percentage were used to analyze the data.

Results revealed that the participants had very high level of conversation and very high level of conformity orientation. This means they communicate with each other freely and frequently about activities, thoughts, and feelings.Overall, a consensual communication pattern was obtained from the participants’ responses.

In conclusion, consensual type of family is very evident among children with single parents. This pattern encourages open communication and maintains the hierarchy within a family. In addition, parents in this type of communication pattern listen to their children’s opinion but still make the ultimate decision.

Submitted to the University Library 07/22/2019 T-8350

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