Research Paper of Broken Family

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CHAPTER I

THE PROBLEM AND ITS

BACKGROUND

CHAPTER II

REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE

CHAPTER III

METHODOLOGY

Scope and Limitation

The scope of this study focused on issues and problems surrounding students of STMA. This research was limit and conducted only at the school campus during the final grading period of the school year 2011-2012. The respondents of this study were the fourth year students from the different section and classes of the school. The instrument used in this study it’s the question and answer type of an interview, wherein Co students with different status in life are asked to answer certain questions with Regards to their family background, academic performance and their influences, Broken Family in particular as
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This is something that many students that witness being part of a broken family. The students naturally looks to his or her parent or parents for the example of how to handle certain situations and emotions. During a separation there is much anger and aggression that is expressed by one or both parents of that student. This is not healthy for the student to witness for several reasons. One of the main reasons is that the child sees this example of aggression that his or her parents are setting, and he or she begins to react in the same manner. Anger and aggression tend to become the child’s tools for solving his or her problems. The child becomes like the parents and could cause harm to others because of not knowing or understanding how to control these feelings. He or she may often violently lash out at those around him or her that cause these feelings to occur.

To conclude, broken family has many negative effects on the students that live through them. “Broken” homes are a tough situation to deal with.

Chapter III : Methodology

This chapter deals with the methodology of the study. This presented in the following sections : a) Survey method b) Respondents of the study c) Research Instruments d) Data Gathering Procedure

Survey Method

The survey
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