High School Teenagers Essay

1288 Words Jul 4th, 2014 6 Pages
CHAPTER I
BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY

Introduction
Socializing by teenagers as they move through adolescence is one of the key components to "growing up." Early adolescents usually remain in same-sex groups, with very little social contact with the opposite sex. By the time they reach their mid-teens, the groupings tend to change, often forming a loose confederation of boys and girls.
Adolescence years is a crucial time as it is a intermediary phase between childhood and adulthood and when a teenager faces relationship problem at this stage it serves long term effects on him or her. It is true when it is said that most of our development happens during this period both physically and emotionally.If relationship setback is grave, it can
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Statement of the Problem The main problem of this study is to determine the effect of studying “Cause and Effect: PCIC High School Teenagers Entering the World of Early Relationships”. Specifically, it attempts to answer the following questions: 1. What are the profiles of the respondents? a. Age b. Gender c. Educational Attainment d. Civil Status 2. Who are going to be the respondents? e. High School Students f. Parents g. Teachers

3. What are the causes of a teenager having a relationship at a very young age? h. Peer pressure i. Curiosity j. Lack of Parental Love k. They think they are already Grown-up

4. What are the effects on teens of having this early kind of relationship? l. Advantages m. Disadvantages

Objectives The main aims of conducting this study “Cause and Effect: PCIC High School Teenagers Entering the World of Early Relationships” are follows: 1. To determine the profile of the respondents. a. Age b. Gender c. Educational Attainment d. Civil Status 2. To determine who will going to be our respondents. e. High School Students f. Parents g. Teachers 3. To determine the cause why many teenagers is having a relationship at a very young age. h. Peer Pressure i. Curiosity j. Lack of Parental Love k. They think they are

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