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Early Pregnancy

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ABSTRACT
Research Title: Researchers: Type of Document: School: Address: Degree: Number of pages: School Year: Statement of the Problem The thesis intends to study the cases of early motherhood in the University of Batangas and to find out what best strategy the guidance office can use for enhancing the counseling program for young mothers. Specifically, this thesis seeks to answer for the following questions: 1) 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 2) What is the profile of the respondents in terms of the following variables? Age; Course; Year Level Civil Status and Academic Performance What are the possible causes of early motherhood? Cases of Early Pregnancy in University of Batangas: Basis for the Enhancement of Counseling Program Gladiola A. Eje Solomon M. Javier Undergraduate Thesis University of Batangas Hilltop, Batangas City Bachelor of Arts in Psychology 47+ 2005-2006

3) What are the perceptions of the respondents about the common effects of early motherhood in their lives? 4) What are the effects of early pregnancy to their academic performances?

5) Is there any significant relationship between the respondents profile and their being a young mother?

6) What activity the guidance office can implement to assist the counseling program for young mothers of University of Batangas? In order to give answers to the mentioned problems, the respondents were asked to answer a self-made questionnaire checklist composed of two parts (the profile and the causes and effects in live and academic performances). The data were analyzed using percentage, weighted mean and correlation coefficient Pearson. Findings The following serve as essential yields of the study: Profile of the Respondents 1. Majority of the respondents are 20 years old and above. This age bracket comprises 64.29% of the total respondents. 2. Majority of the respondents are in line in the Business, marketing, accountancy and management courses that constitutes 50% of the whole respondents. 3. There are...