Performance Tasks and Socialization of Students with Broken Family

Jerald C. Moneva, Monique Bantasan, Ria M. Vertulfo


Broken family leads to children being raised by single parents, stepparents or others not related to the biological parents. The study used a univariate likert scale among senior high school students in Jagobiao National High School. There are questions to gather the data. Firstly, students with broken family reported that they perform differently compared to the students with complete family. They do not have the confidence to stand out in class and even socializing the people around them. The findings of the study is statistically not significant between performance task and socialization of the students with broken family because the Cross tabulation presented that performance task does not affect the students socialization. Majority of the students perform well with a complete family rather than the broken ones. A number of students have fair confidence to socialize with other people. Other students with incomplete family poorly perform their task and their socialization skills rated poor as well. Hence, most of the students with incomplete family satisfactory perform their task and their socialization skill rated as satisfactory also. The study accentuates that the two variables performance task and socialization of the students with broken family does not have a significant correlation.

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