This research study examines the influence and effect of the increase in HIV/AIDS cases in the Philippines. It dwelled on the possibility that the rise of HIV/AIDS cases in the Philippines has a significant effect or correlation with the decline of morality on teenagers. Moreover, this study also tackled the perception of society on people who have incurred this dreadful disease. From this study, certain realizations and conclusions were formulated and most of which involves the continuous and alarming epidemic. How much of a threat is HIV/AIDS to us? More than the hazards towards one’s health, this disease has its own dangers in terms of morality and social perception.
As we come to a closure in fulfilling this research paper, we would like to give gratitude to the people who stood by our side and gave us unending support in making this possible. As we face and conquer every obstacle that came our way, this people were always beside us to help us.
First and foremost, we would like to give glory and praise to our Almighty creator for giving us the wisdom, patience, and motivation to continue with this research paper. Whenever we are at the point of giving up, it is from him we gather the strength to stand up and move forward. Without his guiding hand, none of this would be possible.
Of course, we would also like to give gratitude to our loving and understanding parents, who never got tired in reminding us to get enough rest and to take a break from time to time. For being the pillars whom stood by us, as we traverse this seemingly impossible task, they motivated us and inspired us that we could make this, thank you very much.
To Mr. Leonid Lintag, our Computer Professor and at the same time the one who taught us the basics of this research paper. We give our most sincere gratitude for your relentless effort in sharing to us your knowledge about the subject matter.
To our blockmates, to whom we shared the same amount of blood, sweat and tears as we push through with this research paper. We all countless sleepless nights and through it all, we stood firm and encouraged each one that we could all make this one possible.
And also, we would like to show our deepest gratitude to the respondents of our survey, whom provided as with the data we needed to complete this research paper.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
CHAPTER 1: BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY AND REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE 1 I. INTRODUCTION
II. STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM
HYPOTHESIS & ASSUMPTION
SCOPE AND DELIMITATIONS
SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY
DEFINITION OF TERMS
IX. REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE
CHAPTER 2: METHODOLOGY
I. RESEARCH DESIGN
II. SAMPLING DESIGN AND TECHNIQUE
III. RESEARCH INSTRUMENTS
DATA GATHERING PROCEDURE
V. STATISTICAL TREATMENT
TREATMENT OF DATA
CHAPTER 3: RESULTS AND DISCUSSION
CHAPTER 4: CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS
B.) SAMPLE QUESTIONNAIRE
BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY AND REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE
Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV), since its identification in 1983, has long been a mystery to scientists both in its real origin and cure. HIV as defined by The Healthline Editorial Team is a virus contracted through sexual contact via anal, oral, or vaginal intercourse; blood exchange; shared intravenous syringes; or from mother to child during pregnancy, labor, delivery, or breast-feeding. It is believed to have originated in primates but ultimately transmitted to humans. The first cases were discovered in Africa in 1950s and 1960s, and the disease...
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