• Out of School Youth
    Panpacific University North Philippines Tayug Campus Name: Carbillon, April Ann T. Technical Writing and Scientific Reporting Course/Year/Section: BSE II – English Time Schedule: TTH – 2:00 – 3:30 Title: Out of School Youth in the Philippines ABSTRACT...
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  • Annotated Biblography
    2007 665 Self-Reported Delinquency of High School Students
in Metro Manila Gender and Social Class Filomin C. Gutierrez University of the Philippines, Diliman Donald J. Shoemaker Youth & Society Volume 40 Number 1 September 2008 55-85 © 2008 Sage Publications 10.1177/0044118X07309986 http...
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  • Rizal Law
    Philippines a report on the steps they have taken to implement this Memorandum Order, and one (1) year thereafter, another report on the extent of compliance by both public and private schools in all levels with the provisions of R.A. No. 1425. This Memorandum Order takes effect immediately after...
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  • Jejemon
    . Through this study, they can also monitor the possible causes of problems or issues with language proficiency. This study can also be beneficial to the youth who use texting in communicating to others whether frequently or rarely to know both the good and bad effects of using the Jejemon language...
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  • Sex in Youth Does Really Affect Their Future?
    sex is increasing in the Philippines. The study shows that 20 percent of premarital sex occurs among high school students. Many first sexual encounters are not planned or wanted. Most sexual experiences are unprotected. Youth is very wondered how sex feels like, perfectly to those still virgin. Sex...
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  • Cigarettes
    increasing that causes death; the government by then, sin tax law has been approved by Benigno Aquino III – Philippines President as the answer for the increasing number of youth smokers, diseases and death. The purpose of this paper is to measure the effects of cigarettes prices upon youths who demand for...
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  • everyone
    CHAPTER I INTRODUCTION Background of the Study Here in the Philippines, we believe in the saying of our national hero Dr. Jose P. Rizal that “Youth is the hope of our Mother land”. In their hand lies the future generation to follow. But as we see from the situation nowadays, what were expecting...
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  • Out of School Youth
    ? 2. Does the situation greatly affect teenager’s daily living? 3. What are the effects of being an out of school youth? SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY The result of this study will be significant to the students and parents, especially to the teenagers. It will enable the...
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  • Effects of Computer Addiction to the Interpersonal Relationship of the Students
    cafés have become not just game centres. They are becoming centres off addiction among the youth, mostly boys, including elementary school pupils.” Nagutom, Manguera, Custan, Tranquillo (2011) stated in their research entitled “Effects Of Computer Games In Students” that. ”Even though...
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  • Drug Addiction
    about the effect of drugs on the body and its lethal effect also. 3.School organization must do also on educating school youth about the deadly effect of drugs. 4.Parents must guide their children especially on giving education about the possible effect of drugs on their children...
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  • Wide Spread of Poverty Focusing on Food Shortage and Educational Problem”
    : $27,133) have been found to be victims of violence, compared to 32% in Washington, DC (mean income for a household: $40,127). Also there are also many effects of poverty closer to home. For example after dropping out of school children may turn to violence as a source of income i.e mugging people...
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  • Juvenile Delinquency
    First Bragging Sin, (Manila, Philippines: Philippine Star); pg; B3-B4 Lesley Baker, The Effects of Juvenile Delinquency, (www.Ehow .com); pg 2. 18 years old challenge the future for everyone involved. They may be acting out to protest perceived abuses that have been perpetrated against them. They...
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  • how philippines better
    . What are the hindrances in the improvement of the Philippines? 7. What causes the problems in the Philippines? 8. What are the advantages of having better Philippines? 9. What are the disadvantages of having better Philippines? 10. What are the effects of the problems in the Philippines...
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  • Homelessness Thesis
    provide assistance and protection to the homeless youth. Republic of the Philippines Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Muntinlupa COLLEGE OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE NBP Reservation Poblacion, Muntinlupa City SYSTEMATIC PROCEDURE Based on our interview, many reasons why they fall out of...
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  • Philippines: Massive Drug Abuse
    Prohibited Drugs …………………………………………………. 5 Regulated Drugs ……………………………………………… 18 Volatile Substances ……………………………………………… 23 Causes of Drug Abuse and Dependency ……………………… 26 Typology of Drug Abuser ……………………………………… 29 iii General Signs and Symptoms of Drug Abuse ……………… 30 Effects of Drug Abuse...
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  • Out of School Youth
    Why there are a lot of out of school youth here in the Philippines? Why are the children s' right are deprive form this privileges, to have a free educational program of the Government? Here are some TOP 10 reasons why there is out of school youth here in the Philippines. 1. INCAPABLE...
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  • Police Administration
    of school youth and unemployed one. They are knowledgeable on this topic regarding cigarette smoking and its effect. These 100 respondents give their personal data regarding name, age, gender, civil status, educational attainment and address. Research Instrument The researcher pre-tested to ten...
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  • Analysis
    , causing raw sewage to spill out into bodies of water. Floods may also cause of millions of worth of damage to city, both evicting people from their homes and running businesses. These are some causes and effects of natural disaster in our environment and society. People must provide for the drainage of...
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  • Responsible and Productive
    negative effects on a child. Games can have some positive results in helping children deal with stress and to learn difficult school subjects such as math and reading. These same positive games can cause problems for the child in other ways. Short-term aggression. The General Aggression Model (GAM...
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  • Argumentative Essay on Cigarette Smoking
    “Cigarette smoking in the Philippines should be banned because it poses a great threat to the health of the family members” Argumentative essay I. Introduction A. It has been an increasing concern about the effects of smoking in the family. B. Cigarette smoking not only affects the...
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