Causes and Effects of Bullying

Causes and Effects of Bullying



This chapter presents the analysis and interpretation of data gathered in this study. The tool in collecting the necessary information is a Questionnaire - Checklist distributed to the thirty (30) randomly selected
Teachers of Zamboanga Del Sur National High School Pagadian City . Data Interpretation are presented in tables with sequence similar to that of the arrangement of variables in the Statement of the Problem in Chapter I. Distinctively, this study sought to answer the following queries :
Problem 1. What is the profile of the respondents in terms of the following?
1.1 Educational Attainment; and
1.2. Experience

Table 1.1 presents the percentage distribution on the perception of the Zamboanga Del Sur high school teachers, towards the causes and effects of bullying to the life of Filipino students, teachers and parents in terms of their educational attainment.
The table shows that out of thirty (30) respondents, eighteen (18) of them are highly educated, falls under the category of master’s degree with the equivalent percentage of sixty percent of the teachers while twelve (12) of the respondents are educated under the category of baccalaureate or graduate with the total percentage of forty-four and zero- (40%) of the teacher.
These findings further show that most of the respondents are highly educated which would imply that many of them have demonstrable knowledge about the cause and effect of bullying in their

Table 1.1
Percentage Distribution on the Causes and effect of Bullying
As Perceived Teachers in Terms of their
Educational Attainment



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