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THE PERCEPTION OF THE HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS OF PALAWAN HOPE CHRISTIAN SCHOOL SY 2012-2013 REGARDING THE USAGE OF EBOOK A Thesis Presented to the English Department of Palawan Hope Christian School In Partial Fulfilment of the Requirements in Grammar and Composition III By: Adrian Angelo A. Fernandez March 2012 Chapter 1 THE PROBLEM AND ITS BACKGROUND Our study is about “The Perception of the High School Students of Palawan Hope Christian School SY 2012-2013 regarding the usage of ebook”. An electronic book (variously, e-book, ebook, digital book) is a book-length publication in digital form, consisting of text, images, or both, and produced on, published through, and readable on computers or other electronic devices.…show more content…
Among those who are currently using an eReader, three in ten (29%) say they typically read more than 20 books in an average year, while one in five (21%) say they read between 11 and 20 books and one-quarter (24%) read between 6 and 10 books. So, almost three-quarters of eReader users are reading 6 or more books in an average year. Among those who do not use an eReader, the numbers are reversed as one in five (18%) typically reads no books in an average year, one in five (19%) typically reads between 1 and 2 books and one in five (21%) typically reads between 3 and 5 books. So, three in five non eReader users are reading 5 or fewer books on average in a year. “Purchase behavior is similar. Over one-third of those who do not use an eReader (36%) say they do not purchase any books in a typical year while one in five eReader users purchase over 20 (20%) and between 11 and 20 books (21%) in a typical year.” Chapter 3 METHODOLOGY Research Design The researchers used descriptive for their research design. The Subject The respondents of this study were all high school students of Palawan Hope Christian School composed of High I students, High II students, High III
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