Improvement of Cigarette Warning Labels in the Philippines

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PERCEPTIONS OF PAULINIAN STUDENTS IN THE IMPROVEMENT OF CIGARETTE WARNING LABELS IN THE PHILIPPINES

A Thesis Presented to the Faculty of Nursing
St. Paul University Quezon City

In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the
Degree of Bachelor of Science in Nursing

FILART, THERESA MARIE D.A.
BRINGUELO, RIO LAINE J.
ASUNCION, MICHELLE ANN A.

September 2011

Table of Contents
I. The Problem and Review of Related Literature
A. Introduction...................................................................................................1 B. Review of Related Literature........................................................................3 C. Conceptual Framework...............................................................................31 D. Statement of the Problem............................................................................33 E. Significance of the Study............................................................................33 F. Scope and Limitations.................................................................................34 G. Definition of Terms.....................................................................................35 II. Methodology

A. Research Design..........................................................................................36 B. Participants..................................................................................................36 C. Instrument....................................................................................................39 D. Data Gathering Procedures.........................................................................39 E. Data Analysis..............................................................................................40 III. Results and Discussion

A. Results.........................................................................................................43 B. Discussion...................................................................................................55 IV. Summary, Conclusions, and Recommendations

A. Summary.....................................................................................................61 B. Conclusions.................................................................................................62 C. Recommendations.......................................................................................63 References

Appendices
A. Letter to the Registrar..................................................................................73 B. Validation Letters........................................................................................74 C. Letter to the Deans......................................................................................78 D. Questionnaire..............................................................................................81 E. Curriculum Vitae.........................................................................................87

Acknowledgements
This study would not have been possible without the help and guidance of several individuals who, in one way or another, contributed and extended their valuable assistance in the completion of this thesis. We would like to extend our deepest gratitude to our thesis adviser, Dr. Adrian Lawrence Carvajal, for his unfailing guidance in directing our study. To Mrs. Cristina Price, our statistician, for her expertise. She has guided us in computing and analyzing our gathered data. To Mrs. Maricar Tan, Mrs. Jennifer Lualhati, and Mr. Marlon Lofredo who gave their time in validating our questionnaire. They shared valuable insights for the improvement of this study. To the deans of the three college departments of St. Paul University Quezon City, Sr. Sahlee Palijo, SPC, Dr. Clarissa Deliarte, and Dr. Helen Rigor, for allowing us to distribute our questionnaires and conduct our...
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