Implications of Having Mutual Committment Among College Students

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“THE IMPLICATIONS OF HAVING MUTUAL COMMITTMENT AMONG
COLLEGE STUDENTS”

A RESEARCH STUDY PRESENTED TO OUR PROFESSOR
MR.ANDREW JOHN BARONDA

IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS IN
COMMUNICATION SKILLS
PART II

RESEARCHERS NAME:
TIFFANY F. CANDELARIA
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
MAJOR IN MARKETING MANAGEMENT

AND

SARAH JANE M. FUERTE
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
MAJOR IN FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

MARCH 21, 2013

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

I , Tiffany F. Candelaria would like to thank my partner in this research paper Ms.Sarah Jane Fuerte for her assistance both financial and moral so that this research study possible.
To my dearest professor Mr. Andrew John Baronda who guide us step by step so that our research study will be perfect, to our parents who give us full support both physical and mental.
To our LORD GOD, who gave us the gift of knowledge and strength,for guiding us in our everyday lives.
To our classmates, friends and schoolmates ,your presence alone really inspires us,and for your cooperation and patience in answering our questionnaires.

ABSTRACT

Happiness is the right word to describe a relationship, what if the relationship you have will not give you anything? or won’t benefit you in your daily lives? What will you do? Many students had said that being in a relationship is just a headache but other said that it gives them motivation to study hard, because of the love that they feel for someone they are always blooming motivated by their love ones. The word committed is such a powerful word because it gives someone a right to hold their partner for himself/ herself only, limiting their partners to do whatever they want to do when they are not yet committed back then.

The implications of being committed to someone based on my survey study is that, they can’t concentrate on their studies ,in a way that they are neglecting their subjects in order to have a date on their love ones.

It is not a good impact to the students that they are committed when they are in teen age because of the possible problems that may occur.
These problems are:
Can’t concentrate on their studies
* Lower grades

* Premarital sex
* Pregnancy
* Disappointed parents
* Early parenthood
* separation

These problems showed that there are many implications when you have yourself involved or make yourself committed to someone that you can’t handle both your studies and love life.

TABLE OF CONTENTS
PRELIMINARY PAGE
* TITLE PAGE………………………………………………………………… i * ACKNOWLEDGEMENT……………………………………………………ii * ABSTRACT………………………………………………………………….iii * TABLE OF CONTENTS……………………………………………………iv

MAJOR PARTS
CHAPTER I
(THE PROBLEM AND ITS SETTING)

* INTRODUCTION……………………………………………………………1 * HYPOTHESIS………………………………………………………………. * SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY…………………………………………

CHAPTER II

* REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE…………………………………..
CHAPTER III

* RESEARCH METHODOLOGY…………………………………………….
CHAPTER IV

* PRESENTATION,ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION OF DATA..
* TABLES…………………………………………………………………….

CHAPTER V

* SUMMARY ,CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS…………
III ADDITIONAL PARTS
* BIBLIOGRAPHY
* APPENDICES
* QUESTIONABLE/SURVEY FORM

CHAPTER I
CHAPTER I

(THE PROBLEM AND ITS SETTING)

INTRODUCTION
On a daily basis, college students are faced with a conflict of interest: to study or not to study. Often times these decisions are affected by outside factors that are beyond control of the students. One other factor that is believed to be a major influence is the existence of a significant other.

While involved in a relationship during college, one might be forced to choose either studying for school or spending...
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