A COMMUNICATION SURVEY RESEARCH
OF THE INFORMATION-SEEKING BEHAVIOR AMONG
UST-AB JOURNALISM STUDENTS.
A thesis proposal
Submitted to the Department of Media Studies
Faculty of Arts and Letters
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Celestino, Christine Joi S.M.
Nool, Jerome Jake B.
Oropesa, Karlo D.C.
Eh iyung taga CA?
Rationale (cross referencing please! Parang blog naman ito!)
According to the discourse about your topic “information-seeking behavior and new media,” ano ba ang napag-aralan na, hindi pa natitingnan at ang balak ninyong tingnan? Bakit? WALA ANG MGA ELEMENTONG ITO RITO!
Perhaps nothing better symbolizes the transformation of information age than the changes the Internet is bringing about in the social and communication way of life among young people. As the majority of students embrace the Internet for all sorts of school-related activities and information-seeking undertakings, the Internet, nevertheless, injects values, both advantageous and detrimental, to each of the students’ personal lives. Thus, this new media shapes the attitude of the students, making it a huge part of their lives.
In this age of technology, the Internet is almost accessible through any gizmo that is within the youth’s reach. From mobile high-tech mobile phones to laptops, from tablets to ultra-thin wireless fidelity televisions, and from personal computers to internet cafes, the Internet is now made available for everyone who wishes to get hold of information.
The researchers will focus particularly on the Journalism students of the University of Santo Tomas, Faculty of Arts and Letters, and will try to find out how the Internet affects their information-seeking conduct, as this attitude is vital to their chosen degree program, and to their future field of profession, as well. The researchers will also try to find out if...