Communication Styles and Interpersonal Communications of Mobile Legends Bang-Bang (MLBB) Players

Authors: Kyla Marie O. Genson, Desty Anse A. Aboy, Charity T. Turano

Volume: 27 (2023) Issue 2, Page: , Category: Social Sciences
DOI: 10.52751/AYJD8223

This study explored the Mobile Legends Bang-Bang (MLBB) players’ dominant communication styles and how their participation in this online game contributed to their interpersonal communications. The researchers utilized a 5-point Likert scale questionnaire based on Bourne’s (1995) Communication Styles and… More
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Adaptability and Teaching Performance of Gulod and Mamatid National High School Teachers During the Pandemic

Authors: Noel P. Munda

Volume: 27 (2023) Issue 2, Page: , Category: Social Sciences
DOI: 10.52751/ABUF7062

Adaptability is a skill needed in the performance of teachers' duties. This study aimed to assess teachers' performance and adaptability at two public schools in Cabuyao, Laguna, Philippines, in 2021-2022. It attempted to determine the level of adaptability skills, such… More
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Competency Mapping: A Tool of Appraising Business Potentials in a Rural Community of Bukang Liwayway, Kibawe, Bukidnon

Authors: Gamaliela A. Dumancas, Hazelle M. Hibaya-Bulquerin

Volume: 27 (2023) Issue 2, Page: , Category: Social Sciences
DOI: 10.52751/ABJF3624

Competency mapping is a process that identifies existing competencies by assessing the key capabilities, knowledge, and attributes of individuals within a community. This process is crucial for identifying opportunities to build on existing human resources and provide relevant inputs for… More
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Filipino Soldiers' Personal, Resilience, Loneliness, Stress, Sleep Quality, and Perceived Health

Authors: Joel A. Valencia, Charlie C. Falguera, Stewart A. Cerbo

Volume: 27 (2023) Issue 2, Page: , Category: Social Sciences
DOI: 10.52751/SABQ85112

The aim of this study was to determine the level of personal resilience and its relationship with loneliness, stress, sleep quality, and perceived health among Filipino military personnel during the COVID-19 pandemic. This cross-sectional study involved 259 Filipino soldiers selected… More
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Demystifying Nursing Knowledge Development: Issues, Solutions and Future Directions

Authors: Richard Allan R. Soliven, Mae Dayanne M. Soliven, Ceasarlica S. Minguita

Volume: 27 (2023) Issue 2, Page: , Category: Social Sciences
DOI: 10.52751/GUZC3553

Nursing has evolved from its historical roots, influenced by multiple factors such as knowledge from other disciplines, methods, and processes of knowledge generation and theory utilization. Issues arise because nurses recognize the need for knowledge-based practice and envisage the focus… More
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Assessment of Diet, Breastfeeding and Sanitation in Brgy. Bukangliwayway, Kibawe, Bukidnon: A Cross-Sectional Study

Authors: Wilmar Jun O. Elopre, Marivic B. Lazar, Frank Clint L. Tamayo

Volume: 27 (2023) Issue 2, Page: , Category: Social Sciences
DOI: 10.52751/UJBD3217

In the Philippines, especially in far-flung areas where poverty is still common, malnutrition remains a significant problem. Factors contributing to malnutrition and their interplay with poverty in impoverished areas of the Philippines are not thoroughly investigated. An assessment of the… More
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Living Conditions and Academic Performance of Students Occupying Boarding Houses in Northern Mindanao

Authors: Rubie Andoy Arroyo

Volume: 27 (2023) Issue 1, Page: , Category: Social Sciences

Learners' academic performance is affected by a multifaceted array of aspects. This paper focused on the effects of the boarding houses' environment on the educational performance of 279 students of Central Mindanao University from SY 2015-2016. Data concerning the students'… More
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Performance of Physical Education First Year Students in Physical Fitness

Authors: Crispin S. Quilang, Hannah Lovelle R. Abiabi, Sherille Love B. Asequia, Rhandie S. Balane, Procopio B. Galendez Jr., Ann K. Maniego, Gregorio C. Ramos Jr., Genifer C. Ramoso, Francis Isidro L. Salvador

Volume: 27 (2023) Issue 1, Page: , Category: Social Sciences
DOI: 10.52751/APIB2432

This study investigated the effect of Physical Education 32 Fitness Exercises activities of the CMU first-year students during the Second Semester School Year 2018-2019. The focus of this study was on physical fitness status of the students using Physical Fitness… More
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Grade 9 Students’ Performance in English of the University of San Carlos-North Campus

Authors: Ma. Ofelia V. Elas, Mary Ann P. Malimas

Volume: 27 (2023) Issue 1, Page: , Category: Social Sciences
DOI: 10.52751/VFOD5302

Many teachers have conveyed discontentment with the literacy achievement shown by many students. The English area teachers of the university decided to address this deficiency with the on-going implementation of the remedial program in the elementary. In senior high school… More
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Nutrient Intakes of School-Age Children in Selected Schools in Davao City, Philippines

Authors: Precious Sybil A. Sumaoy, Rovi Gem E. Villame, Aileen Grace D. Delima, Juma Novie A. Alviola, Kriza Faye A. Calumba, Pedro A. Alviola IV, Emma Ruth V. Bayogan

Volume: 27 (2023) Issue 1, Page: , Category: Social Sciences
DOI: 10.52751/XCDO1666

Adequate nutrition during childhood is vital for proper growth and development. However, nutrient intakes of Filipino school-age children are shown to be inadequate. This study assessed the nutrient intakes among school-age children from districts with the highest malnutrition rate in… More
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Exploring the Therapeutic Potential of Nootropic Agent Noopept on Depression and Mood Disorders: An Investigative Analysis

Authors: Kian Zehtabian , Dennis Relojo-Howell

Volume: 27 (2023) Issue 1, Page: , Category: Social Sciences
DOI: 10.52751/DNWI5871

This article aims to investigate the potential impact of noopept, a synthetic peptide and nootropic agent, on the treatment of depression and mood disorders. Despite a substantial body of research on noopept, the initial investigations focused predominantly on animal models.… More
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Development and Evaluation of “Acadi Math Made Easy” Board Game for Triangles and Quadrilaterals in Grade 4 Mathematics

Authors: Linux A. Abaya, Angel Klarisse N. Go, Rodilyn Junne A. Tia, Erickson F. Del Mundo, GuillerJobert H. Suarez

Volume: 27 (2023) Issue 1, Page: , Category: Social Sciences
DOI: 10.52751/NEHZ5293

The low scores of the National Achievement Test and the Trends in Mathematics and Science Study in 2019 proved a setback for the Philippines' mathematics education. Researchers developed a board game to aid fourth graders in improving problem-solving abilities involving… More
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Growth Response of Potted Lettuce (Lactuca Sativa L.) using Rabbit Manure + Trichoderma-Based Bio-Organic Fertilizer

Authors: Pamela S. Gabriel, Sunshine L. Cariaga, Ranuel G. Manares, Mark Christian R. Ragay, Ella Mae M. Segovia, Evelyn Q. Alera

Volume: 27 (2023) Issue 1, Page: , Category: Social Sciences
DOI: 10.52751/TQGI8688

The study investigated the growth response of looseleaf lettuce (Lactuca sativa Linn.) applied with bio-organic fertilizer (BOF) consisting of rabbit manure and Trichoderma spp. produced under aerobic conditions. Composting process was done within 60 days. Complete randomized design was used… More
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Gender-based destination models in case of a 2013 flood evacuation in Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines

Authors: Ma. Bernadeth B. Lim , Hector R. Lim, Jr

Volume: 27 (2023) Issue 1, Page: , Category: Social Sciences
DOI: 10.52751/MOKL9510

Evacuation is a way to reduce disaster risks. Evacuation destination choice is essential in modeling and planning for logistical arrangements in future evacuations. In this study, exogenous variables that determine the destination choice of households were identified. Households in selected… More
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Achieving Food Security during the Pandemic: A case of the Rural Women in the Upland Province of Bukidnon, Southern Philippines

Authors: Judith D. Intong, Novalyn N. Frasco, Eva N. Mendoza, Agripina R. Aradilla , Josephine L. Arbes, Reynaldo L. Intong, Heide P. Magadan, Lowella R. Angcos, Charlene N. Badilla

Volume: 26 (2022) Issue 2, Page: 42, Category: Social Sciences

The growing number of people affected by hunger and food insecurity, especially during the pandemic, is one of the biggest challenges in the rural areas. A livelihood project was implemented from 2019 to 2021 among the 33 members of a… More
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Grammatical Deviations as Features of Philippine English in Local Newspaper Editorials

Authors: Kenneth Louis Cavanlit

Volume: 26 (2022) Issue 2, Page: 53, Category: Social Sciences

This study identified the grammatical features of Philippine English in local newspaper editorials. Specifically, the study determined the frequency of occurrence of deviant cases in terms of subject-verb agreement, articles, and prepositions. Through non-probability sampling, a total of forty-five (45)… More
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Peri-pandemic Physical Activity in Southeast Asia: A Narrative Review

Authors: Joan Grace Empleo-Pacres

Volume: 26 (2022) Issue 2, Page: 60, Category: Social Sciences

To stifle widespread transmission of the COVID-19 virus, Southeast Asian governments initiated lockdowns and quarantines that severely limited human mobility and people’s engagement in healthful and sufficient physical activity (PA). What was the state of PA in Southeast Asia during… More
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Students’ Level of Science Process Skills Acquisition and Academic Achievement during the Pandemic

Authors: John Mark R. Asio, DPA, Hans Christian U. Mondejar, MBA

Volume: 26 (2022) Issue 2, Page: 77, Category: Social Sciences

In the middle of the pandemic, most schools adopted the blended learning modality. As a result, dealing with the "New Normal" presented difficulties for private schools. This study aims to analyze the level of acquisition in science process skills of… More
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The Impact of Reading Positive Psychology-Themed Storybooks on Society during COVID-19 Pandemic

Authors: Merissa Ocampo

Volume: 26 (2022) Issue 2, Page: 102, Category: Social Sciences

This study aimed to gauge the impact and effectiveness of reading illustrated bilingual books on listeners’ English language learning, creativity, and happiness during the COVID-19 pandemic. A public bilingual storybook reading was carried out with the support of two volunteer… More
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Compliment and Compliment Response Strategies from Photo Comment Sections as used by Filipino Facebook Users

Authors: Kimberly M. Mejorada, Kimberly G. Opo and Dr. Mary Ann P. Malimas

Volume: 26 (2022) Issue 1, Page: 25, Category: Social Sciences

Compliments and compliment responses are prevalent in Social Networking Sites (SNS), like Facebook. This study was conducted to investigate the compliment and compliment response strategies produced by Facebook users in photo comment sections. This study used the qualitative and quantitative… More
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Reading Comprehension Component of Grades 7 and 8 English and Filipino Textbooks

Authors: Rowanne Marie Maxilom-Mangompit, Norly R. Plasencia, Maria Russel A. Pielago, Adela M. Romeo, Charlotte Ablen, Mary Catherine Ariosa, Jennifer Inez, Fely B. Latras, Roderick Villaflor

Volume: 26 (2022) Issue 1, Page: 34, Category: Social Sciences

This study aimed to analyze and evaluate the reading comprehension component in the selected Grades 7 and 8 English and Filipino textbooks used by the selected private schools in Cebu City. Content analysis and text analysis were used as research… More
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CTU Student Journalists’ Training Needs Report: Basis for the Formulation of Training Program

Authors: Rowanne Marie Maxilom-Mangompit

Volume: 26 (2022) Issue 1, Page: 41, Category: Social Sciences

This study assessed the training needs of the 25 selected student journalists who responded to the self-administered survey questionnaires using the purposive sampling technique. Editors-in-chief of the main and external campuses were also interviewed to validate the results of the… More
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Differentiated Instruction in Teaching English Literature: Enhanced Learning Packets

Authors: Richel D. Quisto

Volume: 26 (2022) Issue 1, Page: 48, Category: Social Sciences

This study evaluated the acceptability of Differentiated Instruction (DI) in teaching English literature to Grade 10 students in Soom Integrated School, Trinidad, Bohol during the School Year 2019-2020. It identified the academic performance of the respondents in specified learning competencies… More
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Work-Life Balance: Exploring Meanings and Opportunities Among Employees of Central Mindanao University

Authors: Athena Jan I. Derayunan, Hanna Leah E. Relacion, April Rose F. Buntod, Bryan Lee D. Celeste

Volume: 26 (2022) Issue 1, Page: 57, Category: Social Sciences

This paper describes the work-life balance among employees of Central Mindanao University. It focuses on the meanings and opportunities attached with work and life by discovering their day-to-day struggles, and experiences. Descriptive and exploratory research approaches were used wherein respondents… More
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Parents Roles and Capability as Tutors in Modular-distance Learning

Authors: Bernard Evangelicom V. Jamon, Mary Grace C. Jamon, Jonnabel O. Bendebel, Francis F. Tayong,

Volume: 26 (2022) Issue 1, Page: 71, Category: Social Sciences

Parents play crucial roles in their children’s education during the time of the Covid-19 pandemic. The purpose of the study was to ascertain the parents’ roles and capability as tutors in Modular-Distance Learning. This study utilized the descriptive-survey method with… More
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Emotive Language in Virtual Interaction on Learning from Home

Authors: Shirley D. Frigillano

Volume: 25 (2021) Issue 1, Page: 6, Category: Social Sciences

This study analyzed the Hiligaynon speakers’ emotive language and communication devices in online conversation. Issues that went viral on the opening of online classes served as the interaction objects. The researcher used the qualitative research method, specifically, linguistic discourse analysis,… More
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The Adaptability of Public School Teachers amidst the Pandemic

Authors: Noel P. Munda

Volume: 25 (2021) Issue 1, Page: 37, Category: Social Sciences

This study focused on the adaptability of public-school teachers from a national high school, in a city schools division in Laguna, Philippines during 2019 – 2020. Using a descriptive type of research design, the study was conducted among 90 respondents… More
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Bouncing back, blogging knack: A general overview of resilience and blogging as a psychological intervention

Authors: Dennis Relojo-Howell

Volume: 24 (2020) Issue 2, Page: 5, Category: Social Sciences

During adverse life circumstances, it can be hard to stay positive and find our balance; this is a situation that requires resilience. Given that mental health problems are associated with large direct costs for individuals and society, it is pragmatic… More
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Exploring relations between Muslim women traders and Non-Muslim clients in Bukidnon: Discerning Strategies for Peace Harmony

Authors: Eva Natividad-Mendoza, Raquelyn Jumawan-Dadang

Volume: 24 (2020) Issue 2, Page: 7, Category: Social Sciences

While deliberately formulated initiatives on achieving peace in Mindanao are recognized, there may also be latent, unintentional mechanisms that could be derived from mundane, casual social relations. Thus, this study explored the experiences of M?ranao women traders in relating with… More
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The Rise of Lake Apo into an Ecotourism Site: Conservation Initiatives and Issues on Community-based Water Governance

Authors: Raquelyn Jumawan- Dadang, Lowell G. Aribal

Volume: 24 (2020) Issue 2, Page: 15, Category: Social Sciences

Lake Apo, an 18-hectare lake situated in Guinoyoran, Valencia City, Philippines is a tourist destination. It was once an ordinary pond, but with the initiatives of the community and some visionary private individuals, it has become a promising tourism site.… More
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Online Learning Preparedness and Preferences Among Central Mindanao University Veterinary Medicine Students

Authors: Jose M. Obedencio Jr., Aldren D. Obatay, Ted Aries A. Daguro, Philip John S. Sajol, Melrose P. Condino

Volume: 24 (2020) Issue 2, Page: 31, Category: Social Sciences

The COVID-19 pandemic has affected all sectors of the society, especially the education system, which now has to design a flexible learning environment. This study aimed to assess the level of preparedness towards online learning among veterinary medicine students at… More
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Challenges in Teaching During the Time of Pandemic

Authors: Vannie Joy T. Resabal

Volume: 24 (2020) Issue 1, Page: 6, Category: Social Sciences

The COVID-19 has spared no one. Both rich and poor countries have suffered badly from it. At the onset of the outbreak in the country, most of the cities and provinces declared ECQ (Enhanced Community Quarantine) thereby restricting the operation… More
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Disaster Risk Reduction Management in Carcar Central Elementary School Cebu City

Authors: Juvelyn B. Bacus

Volume: 24 (2020) Issue 1, Page: 19, Category: Social Sciences

School children are the most vulnerable group in times of disaster and empowering them to prepare for and respond to disaster is imperative. The creation of the culture of safety in school is one of the aims of any educational… More
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Socioeconomic Status and Self-efficacy vis-a-vis Academic Performance

Authors: Ma. Rizza S. Villamor

Volume: 24 (2020) Issue 1, Page: 26, Category: Social Sciences

The purpose of the study was to determine the effects of socioeconomic factors (SES) and the level of selfefficacy in relation to the academic performance of high school students. The study utilized a descriptive survey method using correlational design to… More
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Graduate Theses’ Rhetorical Moves in the Introduction and Methodology Sections

Authors: Joseleanor M. Magno, Rowanne Marie R. Maxilom-Mangompit, Sweet Kristel Cacha

Volume: 24 (2020) Issue 1, Page: 44, Category: Social Sciences

This study aimed to analyze the rhetorical moves found in the introduction and methodology sections of the Master of Arts in Applied Linguistics’ (MAAL) Theses of the Department of Communications, Linguistics, and Litera-ture (DCLL). Swales’ (1990) CARS Model of Rhetorical… More
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A Documentary Analysis of USC Linguistics Faculty Publications from 2006-2017

Authors: Rowanne Marie R. Maxilom-Mangompit, Marciana R. Mariñas, Joseleanor M. Magno

Volume: 24 (2020) Issue 1, Page: 61, Category: Social Sciences

This study determined and analyzed the combined unigram and bigram predominant keywords evident in the Linguistics faculty published articles, the journals where the published articles were published, and the Master of Arts in Applied Linguistics (MAAL) courses that can use… More
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When Information Technology Fails: A Challenge for Nurses

Authors: Richard Allan. R. Soliven, Mae Dayanne M. Soliven

Volume: 23 (2019) Issue 1, Page: 4, Category: Social Sciences

Within the dynamics of technology, it is the increasing complexity of healthcare that inhibits and makes barriers to the transformational reforms of healthcare delivery. The technology nurses encounter in the nursing practice drastically improves patient care and safety. However, nurses’… More
0   334

Looking into the Concept of Self, Struggles, and Aspirations of Badjaus as Temporary Settlers in Bukidnon Province

Authors: April Rose F. Buntod, Bryan Lee D. Celeste, Alisa M. Cabacungan, Rudjia Faith T. Anino

Volume: 23 (2019) Issue 1, Page: 8, Category: Social Sciences

This article focuses on one of the marginalized groups in the Philippines, the Badjaus, who are temporarily settling in Bukidnon. This looks into the nomadic behavioral patterns of the Badjaus and the factors that led them to this situation. To… More
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Linguistic Cityscape of Billboard Advertisements in Mandaue City

Authors: Kristina Perez, Dova Dalman, Rowanne Marie Maxilom-Mangompit

Volume: 23 (2019) Issue 1, Page: 16, Category: Social Sciences

This study analyzed the linguistic cityscape of billboard advertisements found in the selected areas in Mandaue City and the occurrence of linguistic compositions and linguistic landscapes in billboard advertisements. This study used a mixed-method. Billboard advertisements along the highways and… More
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Functions, Characteristics, and Effectiveness of Selected Public Signs in Cebu City

Authors: Isabelle Espina, Donna Medalla, Rowanne Marie Maxilom-Mangompit

Volume: 23 (2019) Issue 1, Page: 23, Category: Social Sciences

This study aimed to determine and analyze the classifications, functions, characteristics, and effectiveness of the selected 30 public signs found along the roads and streets going to Basilica Minore Church, Magellan’s Cross, Museo Sugbo, Fort San Pedro, and Ayala Center… More
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Students’ Perceptions and Learning Gains Using Whole Brain Teaching Strategy in the STEM Strand of K to 12 Education

Authors: Cecilia O. Bucayong, Myra Vanessa C. Teofilo, Vanie Y. Benben, Jaymor O. Ledesma

Volume: 23 (2019) Issue 1, Page: 30, Category: Social Sciences

In this study, the researchers explored the effectiveness of Whole Brain Teaching (WBT) in teaching circuits to Senior High Students (SHS), particularly Academic track, STEM strand of K to 12 curriculum. Learning activities in electric circuits were developed as WBT… More
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Cebuano Particles and their Functions in Selected Radio Segments

Authors: Michaella C. Fronteras, Mary Ann P. Malimas, Charis C. Pielago

Volume: 23 (2019) Issue 1, Page: 37, Category: Social Sciences

This study analyzed the Cebuano-Bisaya particles and their corresponding functions, as well as their frequency of usage between two disk jockeys (DJs) and a random number of callers. The current research involved six (6) chosen 99.5 RT Ninduta Ah! Radio… More
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The Bliss and Burdens of Grandparents in Child Caregiving: The Case in Bukidnon

Authors: Raquelyn Jumawan-Dadang

Volume: 23 (2019) Issue 1, Page: 43, Category: Social Sciences

Grandparenting is a phenomenon in the Philippines. Grandparents attending to their grandchildren in schools and at home is a common scenario. They serve as caregivers or child-minders, extending financial, physical, moral, and spiritual support. Hence, the study was conducted to… More
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The Future Can Be Better: Young People and The Marawi Siege

Authors: Jayeel S. Cornelio , Septrin John A. Calamba

Volume: 22 (2018) Issue 1, Page: 4, Category: Social Sciences

Young people are deeply implicated in the Marawi siege. Many commentaries and studies view them in either of two ways. On the one hand, they are the sector characterized as most vulnerable to radicalization. Researchers focus on the factors that… More
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Communication Strategies In The Interaction Between Filipino And Korean Females

Authors: Melanie Cuenco , Hyean Jeong , Rowanne Marie R. Maxilom

Volume: 22 (2018) Issue 1, Page: 6, Category: Social Sciences

In Linguistics, studies have been made on the interaction among intercultural participants to identify and explain the communication strategies they employed. However, only a few studies have explored the communication strategies between Korean and Filipino women. This study described and… More
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Community Participatory Action Research Approach as an Effective Tool Towards Adoption of Corn-Based Farming System Technologies by Libona, Bukidnon Farmers

Authors: Lorena V. Duna

Volume: 22 (2018) Issue 1, Page: 6, Category: Social Sciences

Community Participatory Action Research (CPAR) approach was utilized as a tool to diffuse the developed CornBased Farming Systems (CBFS). Limitations commonly encountered by farmers thru Participatory Rural Appraisal are low farm productivity, profitability and non-application of appropriate farm technologies identified.… More
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The Law of Attraction: Positive Thinking and Level of Gratitude towards Happiness

Authors: Albert C. Albina

Volume: 22 (2018) Issue 1, Page: 15, Category: Social Sciences

Persons with positive thoughts and grateful minds create a happy disposition which further contributes to creating an emotionally and mentally healthy society. This study aims to establish the philosophy of the Law of Attraction which harnesses positive thinking and gratitude… More
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Strategies in Rural Changes: Manobo-Pulangihon Women’s Adaptation on Agro-Industrialization

Authors: Eva Natividad Mendoza

Volume: 22 (2018) Issue 1, Page: 23, Category: Social Sciences

As agro-industrialization promotes alterations in the landscape and lifescape of indigenous people (IP) particularly their women who are viewed as ‘carers’ of their environment and ‘bearers’ of their culture, it is interesting to explore how these communities cope and view… More
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Tausug’s Identity in Parang Sabil: A Critical Discourse Analysis

Authors: Sajed S. Ingilan

Volume: 22 (2018) Issue 1, Page: 37, Category: Social Sciences

In the discourse of Filipino Muslim history, the Tausugs from Mindanao, Philippines had shown their strong resistance to the Spanish and American colonizers. This Tausug’s way of waging jihad (holy war) known as parang sabil , a misunderstood practice, is… More
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Fishing as a Livelihood and Conservation Initiatives: Issues Confronting Pulangi Lake, Mindanao, Philippines

Authors: Raquelyn Jumawan-Dadang

Volume: 22 (2018) Issue 1, Page: 44, Category: Social Sciences

Sound practices should have to be observed as humanity relates to their environment. Thus, this study on fishing as a livelihood and initiatives of conservation among the fishing communities of Pulangi Lake was conducted. It used a triangulation method of… More
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Agro-organizational Assessment of the Bismartz Small Farmers MultiPurpose Cooperative (BSFMPC) in Bismartz, Don Carlos, Bukidnon

Authors: Judith D. Intong, Reynaldo L. Intong

Volume: 20 (2016) Issue 2, Page: , Category: Social Sciences

The Department of Agrarian Reform plans to develop a sugarcane block farm enterprise in Bismartz Agrarian Reform Community in Don Carlos, Bukidnon to alleviate poverty among small sugarcane farmers. With this, the Bismartz Small Farmers Multi-purpose Cooperative (BSFMPC) was assessed… More
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Students’ Writing Needs: Basis for Language Intervention Program

Authors: Jeneifer C. Nueva

Volume: 20 (2016) Issue 2, Page: , Category: Social Sciences

Assessing students’ writing needs provides English language teachers a baseline information in designing an appropriate intervention program. This study determined students’ writing proficiency in English. It identified the most common and frequent errors committed by the respondents. Data were collected… More
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Mathematics Teachers’ Self-Efficacy Beliefs Survey in all Levels of Education in Bukidnon, Philippines

Authors: Nenita I. Prado, Denis A. Tan , Melanie P. Pabualan

Volume: 20 (2016) Issue 2, Page: , Category: Social Sciences

in Mathematics in all levels of education in Bukidnon, Philippines. A Mathematics Self-Efficacy Beliefs Questionnaire developed by Benjamin (2003) and Bandura (1994) on a five Likert scale was adopted. Before the use of the questionnaire, it was tried out to… More
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Dependency, Disengagement, and Life Satisfaction: The Challenges Confronting the Elderly of Maramag, Bukidnon, Philippines

Authors: Raquelyn J. Dadang , Eva N. Mendoza

Volume: 20 (2016) Issue 2, Page: , Category: Social Sciences

Filipino values and traditions say that the family’s elderly have to be taken-cared of at home, be loved, respected, and valued. But modernization tends to over-run this ideal way. In fact, the Filipino elderly has become one of the most… More
0   320

Bukidnon Secondary Physics Teachers’ Alternative Views and Associated Mental Models on Simple DC Circuits

Authors: Teresita D. Taganahan

Volume: 20 (2016) Issue 2, Page: , Category: Social Sciences

The purpose of this study was to determine secondary physics teachers’ conceptions about Simple DC circuits. Data were obtained from responses in two sets of concept tests related to DC circuits and Determining and Interpreting Resistive Electric Circuits Concept Test… More
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