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EFFECTS OF MOBILE PHONES TO THE SELECTED HIGHSCHOOL STUDENTS OF THE HERITAGE ACADEMY OF THE PHILIPPINES

in partial fulfilment of the requirement

for the Araling Panlipunan subject

Jed Ian Tan

April Gaile Cabilao

Charles Jabin Coronel

Jan Bincent Capuz

November 2012

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

This project would not have been possible without the support of many people. Many thanks to Mr. Joel E. Neri for guiding us conducting our thesis. We would also like to thank our classmates who gave ideas and information regarding to our study. And also we would like to thank our principal for her permission to conduct our study in this institution (The Heritage Academy of the Philippines). And most of all, we would like to extend our gratitude to our parents for their undying support while we are conducting this study.

The practical guidance in the field of Projects that name gave are too valuable for us. We are very thankful for the contributions you’ve gave.

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Table of Contents

Title.................................................................................................................

Approval sheet............................................................................................... i

Acknowledgement......................................................................................... ii

Table of contents........................................................................................... iii

CHAPTER 1

Introduction.........................................................................................1

Statement of the problem...................................................................2

Scope and delimitation........................................................................2

Significant of the study........................................................................2

Definition of terms..............................................................................3

CHAPTER 2

Review of related literature...............................................................4

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CHAPTER 3: METHODOLOGY

Research design.................................................................................9

Research locale...................................................................................9

Research instrument..........................................................................9

Research procedure............................................................................10

Respondence.......................................................................................10

CHAPTER 4

Presentation and analysis......................................................................11

CHAPTER 5

Summary of findings...............................................................................15

Conclusion...............................................................................................15

Bibliography.............................................................................................16

• Appendix A

Letter of permission....................................................................17

• Appendix B..............................................................................................18

• Curriculum vitae......................................................................................19

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INTRODUCTION

Many kids these days have cell phones. You often see teenagers talking on their phones, or, just as often, texting. It became a part of everyday life, and a part of our society. Many teenagers and pre-teens get cell phones as early as possible as, sometimes younger than age 12. It is encouraged socially, especially among teenagers, to have a phone, and many teenagers get phones just because of peer...
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