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The Effects of Peer Pressure and Study Habits

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THE EFFECTS OF PEER PRESSURE TO THE STUDY HABITS
OF SECOND YEAR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
OF ROGATIONIST COLLEGE
SCHOOL YEAR 2012-2013

Submitted to:
Mrs. Renita B. Marasigan
Mr. Louie Sonny D. Rivera
Mrs. Eloisa L. Leondis

In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements in
Basic Research, Mathematics IV and Christian Living Education IV

Eldrick Justin B. Ambagan
Nikki Jamille T. Baco
Patrick Joshua A. Llorin
Ma. Kia Concepcion V. Vedan
IV – Saint Ignatius de Loyola
CHAPTER I
THE PROBLEM AND BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY

A. Introduction

Peer pressure is the influence of a peer group to an individual, causing them to change their attitudes, values and behaviour. It refers to any individual who is being persuaded in doing something that is against their judgment but does not have the courage to stand their ground and do the right thing. It weakens the sense of an individual because of the saying “everybody is going to do it” which makes them think that such thing is correct. It causes the youth to strive for social acceptance which makes and individual do something he/she is not comfortable of doing.

Peer pressure is most commonly associated with the youth, especially the students, because they spend most of their day in school with their friends and classmates. Although peer pressure does not necessarily have to be negative, it also has some positive sides. It can make a student strive for academic success because of their peers or it can improve the study habits of students.

The study habits of students are highly affected by peer pressure. Study habits are the approach on how school works are done and how students budget their time in doing tasks. It is crucial to the performance of students but also easily affected by peer pressure. It may cause some positive or negative effects. Peers may influence their classmates to study or not. Students also study together. They can ask questions to each other, ask classmates to teach or explain to them a...

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