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The generation of today is more often called the generation of technology. The youth of the new era is now fully equipped and capable of connecting with anyone, anywhere at any given time. The development of different gadgets truly changed the lifestyle ok the people. According to an article by an unknown author, although the web or the internet was full of different and interesting information, there was little or no opportunity to participate or contribute to the growth of the media. However, upon the development of social networking sites, the web was opened to the world and was able to fulfill its purpose: to provide people all over the world a never ending way
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The study covered 180 MSM respondents. Of the 180 respondents, 124 admitted to using online network sites for dating and sex, while 133 said they had sex with people they contacted through online network sites. Those who engaged in sex were between the age of 14 and 36. “The mode of HIV/AIDS transmission, as well as the profile of infected persons, has changed in recent years from heterosexual intercourse to “men who have sex with men,” Tayag said. (Santos 2012) Because of the huge amount of people using these social networking sites globally and nationally that may be affected by the said issues, the researchers have decided to conduct a research about the prevalence of these social networking sites in Holy Child Montessori School for the following reasons: 1) to be able to evaluate the prevalence of the social networking sites such as facebook, twitter etc. on the students of the said school; 2) to be able to identify the reasons why the students use social networking sites; lastly, 3) to be able to identify the number of hours the students use these web sites.

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The main objective of the study is to assess the prevalence of the social networking sites to the students of basic education in Holy Child Montessori School. 1. What is the demographic profile of the

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