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A Survey on Internet Use by Filipino School Children (Adapted)

by

Norie E. Sabayan

in partial fulfillment of the requirements in

ED 234.1

Media and Technology Application In Education

1 st Semester, 2013-2014

facilitated by

Del Hernandez Joselito Olpoc

Ateneo de Manila University

Table of Contents

I. GENERAL METHODOLOGY

3

II. RESULTS OF THE SURVEY

 

PART 1: INTERNET ACCESS

5

PART 2: USE OF EMAIL

11

PART 3: SOCIAL NETWORKING

11

PART 4: ONLINE GAMING

15

III. DISCUSSION OF THE RESULTS THROUGH A COMPARISON WITH THE RESEARCH

18

Appendix A

22

Online Survey Questionnaire

Appendix B

23

Distribution of the Sample Across Year Level,

Section and Gender

Appendix C

26

Online Survey Questionnaire Summary of Responses

BACKGROUND

This informal survey is a mini replication of the survey conducted on February to April 2009 in selected areas of Metro Manila, and, cities and municipalities representing Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao. The original survey was conducted by the Asian Institute of Journalism and Communication (AIJC). 1 Brief discussion of the results can be found here 2 and the entire report - Survey on Internet Use by Filipino School Children - can be downloaded here. 3

This brief study is one of the requirements of Ed 234.1, a course on Media and Technology Application In Education under Del Hernandez and Joselito Olpoc.

I. GENERAL METHODOLOGY

A. Research Design and Instrument

The mini survey will be using the same design as in the original one: a descriptive research design using a one-shot survey technique.

The adapted questionnaire was supplied by the instructor of the course - Joselito Olpoc and was encoded using Google Forms and published online. The digital version of the survey was made active online only for the duration of the survey (see Appendix A). The online survey questionnaire 4 can no longer be viewed at this time since accepting responses were disabled by this researcher to block possible unsolicited responses from uninvited guests to the page and accidentally adding data other than the targeted sample. (Upon request, this researcher is willing to share the questionnaire to other interested researcher.)

B. Survey Area and Sample

The respondents were taken from the school where this researcher teaches. Maligaya High School is a public school located in the suburbs of Metro Manila, a relocation site of some informal settlers from nearby cities and migrants from the provinces.

At first it was decided to calculate the sample size using Slovin’s formula 5 (at 95 confidence level) that suggested a 358 respondents. The 358 would-be

1

2

3

4

5

respondents were then stratified across the year level and section as well as according to gender (see Appendix B). Below is the summary of the stratification:

 

Male

Female

Total

%ages

   

M

 

F

 

T

TOTAL FOR GRADE 7

 

471

 

448

 

919

13.8%

 

13.1%

 

49

 

47

 

96

TOTAL FOR GRADE 8

 

463

 

461

 

924

13.6%

   

13.5%

 

49

 

48

 

97

TOTAL FOR Year III

   

404

 

445

 

849

11.8%

   

13.0%

 

42

 

47

 

89

TOTAL FOR Year IV

 

349

 

375

 

724

10.2%

 

11.0%

 

37

 

39

 

76

GRAND TOTALS

1687

1729

3416

49.4%

 

50.6%

177

181

358

       

100.0%

 

358

 

Table 1. Distribution of the Sample Across Year Level and Gender

Because of the morning session teaching load of this researcher, the sample were taken from the afternoon sessions instead where second and third year high school students were assigned.

C. Limitations

The actual filling up of the on-line survey was scheduled for 2 days for both of the 17 sections of Grade 8 and the 15 sections of Year III totaling 186 respondents, inviting 4 to 6 sections at a time, each having 5 to 6 representative (see Appendix A).

Of the expected 186 survey takers, only 122 were able to proceed to the computer room either they were not permitted or the class was having a major activity. Another factor that contributed to the decline of the respondents was that the newly delivered 50 computers from the Deped Computerization Program (DCP) crashed on the second day of the survey. The network just could not detect the internet connection. Since the computers were new, the phenomenon was unexpected. The survey did not proceed on the second day.

D. Online Survey Procedure

Respondents who were permitted by their subject teachers were assisted to the computer room where the online survey page was already open and ready for filling-up. Student who were not computer literate, were assisted by one of the senior students who were requested by this researcher to assist. Further instructions were given on how to click on option and check buttons, when they are to be used, clicked once or more than once, and how to type on text boxes.

II. RESULTS OF THE SURVEY

The summary of responses generated by Google Forms based on 122 recorded responses can be viewed on this page. 6

This researcher followed the structure of the “SUMMARY OF NATIONWIDE FINDINGS” of the published report of the 2010 original survey. 7

PART 1: INTERNET ACCESS

Incidence of Internet Usage

Of the 122 recorded responses, 5 did not click on this item on the on-line form. Majority (96%) of the sample from 2nd and 3rd year students said they use the internet as compared to some (4%) who do not.

they use the internet as compared to some (4%) who do not. Figure 1. Responses to

Figure 1. Responses to question no. 5 " Do you use the Internet?"

Profile of Non-Users

Girls are the most non-users of internet. However, this is only 80% of the 4% (or 3.2%) of the entire sample.

Profile of Non-Users

   

Boy

1

20%

Girl

4

80%

 

5

100%

Age Group

   

9-12

 

0%

13-15

4

80%

16-17

1

20%

 

5

100%

Yr Level

 

0%

Grade 8

3

60%

Yr III

2

40%

 

5

100%

Type of School

   

Private

0

0%

Public

5

100%

 

5

100%

Table 1. Profile of Non-Users

Reasons for Not Using the Internet

This item seemed not understood by most respondents. Those who responded yes on internet use, answered still.

No internet connection (45%) is the number reason for not using the internet followed by unavailability of time (23%) and limited number of computer with Internet connection in the school (23%).

of computer with Internet connection in the school (23%). Figure 2. Reasons for Not Using the

Figure 2. Reasons for Not Using the Internet

I

have no Internet Connection at home or at school

28

45%

I don’t know how to use the computer

3

5%

I

have no time

14

23%

My parents do not allow me to use the Internet

5

8%

Limited number of computer with Internet connection in big schools

12

19%

Table 2. Reasons for Not Using the Internet

Profile of Internet Users

Boys access the internet more often than girls, and, Grade 8 uses internet more often than the next higher year level (i.e. Year III).

Boy Girl

BoyGirl

GirlBoy

Figure 3. Profile of Internet Users

Boy

58

52%

Girl

54

48%

 

112

100%

Table 3. Profile of Internet Users

Gender

 

Boy

54

Girl

58

 

112

Age Group

 

9-12

1

13-15

90

16-17

18

No Age

3

 

112

Year Level

 

Grade 8

66

Year III

43

Year IV

1

No Level Indicated

2

 

112

Type of School

 

Public

112

Private

0

Table 4. Profile of Internet Users

Place Where Internet is Accessed

Internet café is the most preferred place to access the internet, followed by home and school. The presence of e-Library and computer room could be the reason why school is the third preference.

Internet café

76

36%

School

37

17%

Anywhere using a mobile phone

20

9%

Public library

8

4%

At Home

51

24%

House of relatives/friends

20

9%

Parent’s office

2

1%

Table 5. Place Where Internet is Accessed

Number of Computer(s) at Home

Almost half of the sample have computers now days and is more than those who have not by only a small difference. 43% of having no computers is still a big number.

Zero

50

43%

One

54

47%

Two

9

8%

Three

3

3%

Four

0

0%

Five

0

0%

Six

0

0%

Table 6. Number of Computer(s) at Home

Type of Internet Connection Used at Home

Half of those who have internet connection at home have either a wifi bundled with their subscription or share with someone who has.

Broadband (PLDT DSL, Smart Bro, Globe Broadband, Bayantel DSL,e tc.)

58

64%

Wifi

28

31%

Dial-up

4

4%

Table 7. Broadband (PLDT DSL, Smart Bro, Globe Broadband, Bayantel DSL,e tc.)

Purposes of Using the Internet

A big number of students in the sample use the internet primarily for school work purposes next only to connecting with friends (12%) or playing a game (9%).

Education and Information

   

School work

104

17%

Read news and information

41

7%

Be updated on current events

34

6%

Communication

   

Sending and receiving email messages

48

8%

Connecting with friends

71

12%

Participating in e-groups and networks

25

4%

Connecting with relatives

54

9%

Sending/receiving text messages

39

6%

E-Commerce

   

Buying products and services

11

2%

Selling products and services

9

1%

Entertainment

   

Online gaming

52

9%

Downloading/uploading images

46

8%

Downloading/uploading video

32

5%

Downloading/uploading music

44

7%

Table 8. Purposes of Using the Internet

Websites Most Often Visited

Viewing videos and searching are most the most preferred activity in the net, hence YouTube and Google top the list.

Friendster

22

5%

Gmail

16

4%

Multiply

4

1%

MP3 Code

14

3%

Twitter

35

8%

Youtube

92

22%

Yahoo/Yahoo

   

Mail

31

7%

Y8

40

10%

Photobucket

2

0%

Google

89

21%

Wikipedia

56

13%

IMEEM

2

0%

Instagram

13

3%

Table 9. Websites Often Visited by Respondents

Other Websites You Frequently Visit

If it were a race, Facebook is sure winner. However, the 82 counts are lower than YouTube (92) and Google (89). What they are watching at YouTube or searching at Google is interesting to know.

facebook

82

57%

answer.com

7

5%

Mp3.com.ph

4

3%

friv

3

2%

music-clips.net

3

2%

wattpad

3

2%

youjizz

3

2%

nyaa.se

2

1%

pixlr

2

1%

pizzap

2

1%

redtube

2

1%

sulit

2

1%

watchop

2

1%

armorgames

1

1%

cameroid

1

1%

deviantart

1

1%

dota

1

1%

gamesbox

1

1%

gmale

1

1%

ipiccy

1

1%

kickass.to

1

1%

ladygaga

1

1%

lds

1

1%

littlemonsters

1

1%

mangafox

1

1%

microsoft

1

1%

muzy

1

1%

myx

1

1%

nba

1

1%

new.familysearch.org

1

1%

otakuZone

1

1%

photoscape

1

1%

picmonkey

1

1%

Pizap

1

1%

porntube

1

1%

skype

1

1%

ultimateguitar

1

1%

videotomp3

1

1%

watchup

1

1%

youporn

1

1%

Zerochan

1

1%

 

145

100%

Table 10. Websites Often Visited by Respondents

Web Search Engines Used

Google tops the list. Remember that YouTube is also one of the favorite internet sites. Perhaps this is a result of having YouTube bought by the same owner/s as Google. They can promote and use one site in favor of the other. Business as usual.

Google

101

44%

Ask.com

15

7%

Yahoo

27

12%

Wikipedia

55

24%

Microsoft (MSN)

22

10%

Other

7

3%

Table 11. Web Search Engines Used

PART 2: USE OF EMAIL

How Often Respondents Use the Internet to Send/Receive E-mail

Most of the respondents send or receive email at least once a week. About a third use it every day and more than half 2-3 times a week.

Everyday

36

34%

Two to three times a week

51

48%

Once a week

11

10%

Three times a month

5

5%

Once a month or less frequently

3

3%

Table 12. Frequency of Using the Internet to Send/Receive E-mail

Average Time Spent Every Time One Uses/Opens E-Mail

More than half of the sample spent between one and three hours reading and sending emails.

Less than 1 hour

37

34%

1

hour to less than 3 hours

58

54%

3

hours to less than 5 hours

8

7%

5

hours or more

5

5%

Table 13. Average Time Spent Every Time One Uses/Opens E-Mail

E-Mail Accounts Used

When it comes to searching Google is used, but when emailing with someone, Yahoo is the preferred one.

Yahoo

77

62%

Gmail

17

14%

Hotmail

2

2%

MSN

1

1%

PLDT DSL

6

5%

Table 14. E-Mail Accounts Used

PART 3: SOCIAL NETWORKING

Membership in Online Social Network

The number of those who are member of a social network is double than those who are not.

Figure 4. Membership in Online Social Network Yes 63 64% No 36 36%   99

Figure 4. Membership in Online Social Network

Yes

63

64%

No

36

36%

 

99

100%

Table 15. Incidence of Membership in Online Social Network

Social Network Sites Hosting Respondents’ Account

Facebook is not only one of the top visited sites; it is also number 1 social network site.

 

No. of Friends

%age

Facebook

67107

79%

Friendster

12602

15%

Multiply

2016

2%

MySpace

1672

2%

Netlog

1375

2%

 

84772

100%

Table 16. No. of Friends in a Social Network Hosting Site

How Respondents Participate in a Social Network

Most students would visit an account make some post or view post of others or play an application games associated to that network.

Visit own account

72

21%

Maintain/update own profile

42

12%

Invite/refer friends

30

9%

Post announcements

45

13%

Use/forward applications

12

4%

Play games

69

20%

Join interest groups or campaigns

28

8%

Add comments/testimonials to someone’s page

40

12%

Table 17. Ways of Participating in a Social Network

How long Respondents Have Been Participating in Online Social Network(s)

Majority of the respondents became members of a SNS (Social Network Site) on a couple of months ago. The other next majority are either 1-2 years old or 2-3 years old member.

majority are either 1-2 years old or 2-3 years old member. Figure 5. Length of Participation

Figure 5. Length of Participation in Online Social Network(s)

Frequency of Visiting One’s Account

Some 20%+ make it a point visit/update or visit a friend’s site or network at least once a week. About half prefer 2-3 times a week. While 20%+ needs an everyday visit.

prefer 2-3 times a week. While 20%+ needs an everyday visit. Figure 6. Frequency of Visiting

Figure 6. Frequency of Visiting One’s Account

Frequency of Updating One’s Profile/Page

One’s Account Frequency of Updating One’s Profile/Page Figure 7. Frequency of Updating One’s Profile/Page 13

Figure 7. Frequency of Updating One’s Profile/Page

How Often Respondents Visit the Sites of Friends’/Networks

How Often Respondents Visit the Sites of Friends’/Networks Figure 8. Frequency of Visiting the Sites of

Figure 8. Frequency of Visiting the Sites of Friends'/Networks

How Often Respondents Make Comment on the Sites of Friends’/Networks

Except for about a-tenth of the respondents, often students make comments from at least once a week to almost every day.

make comments from at least once a week to almost every day. Figure 9. Frequency in

Figure 9. Frequency in Making Comments to Friend's Accounts

Why Respondents Participate in Online Social Networking

SNS provides a venue to meet new people for most SNS participants or maintain contacts with either friends or relatives.

To meet new people

66

24%

To keep in touch with relatives/friends

56

21%

To search for old friends

46

17%

To post my pictures/videos

38

14%

To publish my profile/blogs

24

9%

To play games

41

15%

Table 18. Reasons for Participating in Online Social Network

Other reason why you joined an online social network

Learn any

4

Search for other info.

3

(Be) update(d on) news

2

Hear/download many musics

2

Research for my homework

2

(be) update(d on) movie(s)

1

(Be) updated to (from) all announcements

1

(Because of) school work

1

Communicate with crush

1

Download(ing) image

1

Keep in touch with my idol

1

Post my idea

1

Post some announcements

1

Search other Anime-based group

1

Sell the c(h)aracters (of a game?)

1

Start my small online bussiness

1

To enjoy

1

To level (up?)

1

View pictures

1

Table 19. Reasons for Participating in Online Social Network

PART 4: ONLINE GAMING

Incidence of Playing Online Games

Majority play on-line games than those who do not.

Games Majority play on-line games than those who do not. Figure 10. Incidence of Playing Online

Figure 10. Incidence of Playing Online Games

Frequency of Playing Online Games

A fourth of the respondents play daily, while almost half play 2-3 times a week about one-fourth place once a week suggesting that students of this sample play from often to most often as opposed to sometimes or rarely.

Everyday

23

25%

Two to three times a week

 

40

43%

Once a week

21

23%

Three times a month

3

3%

Once a month

3

3%

Less frequently than once a month

3

3%

Figure 11. Frequency of Playing Online Games

Time Spent Every Time One Plays Online Games

Majority of the students play no more than an hour. About one-third play for 1-3 hours more. Only a minority plays over 3 hours.

Less than 1 hour

53

60%

1

hour to less than 3 hours

27

30%

3

hours to less than 5 hours

7

8%

5

hours or more

2

2%

Table 20. Average Time Spent Every Time One Plays Online Games

Favorite Online Games

Among the long list of games and thousands of games available online, Candy Crush, Y8, Counter Strike, GTA and DOTA are among the top 5 contenders.

Candy Crush

46

11%

Y8

39

10%

Counter Strike

36

9%

GTA

30

7%

DOTA

29

7%

Farmville

23

6%

Special Forces Obnline

23

6%

Bookworm

22

5%

Hangaroo

19

5%

Warcraft

16

4%

Diner Dash

14

3%

Hotdog Bush

13

3%

Text Twist Online

12

3%

Crazy Cart

11

3%

Roller Coaster

11

3%

Audition

9

2%

Defense of the Ancients

9

2%

Ran/Ran Online

8

2%

Cabal Online

6

1%

High Street 5

6

1%

Command and Conquer online

5

1%

Gara Online

5

1%

Grand Chase

5

1%

Tantra

4

1%

O2 Jam

3

1%

Aveyond

2

0%

Ragnarok Online

2

0%

Table 21. Favorite Online Games

Other Online Games Frequently Played

Dragon City

5

7%

Plants vs Zombies

4

5%

Crossfire

3

4%

League of Legends

3

4%

NBA 2k13

3

4%

Ran

3

4%

Tetris

3

4%

Friv

2

3%

Mallworld

2

3%

Mercenary Online

2

3%

Need for Speed

2

3%

Proto Type 2

2

3%

Smurfs

2

3%

Word of Wonders

2

3%

Adventure Quest

1

1%

Akinator

1

1%

Beautiful

1

1%

Bomb It

1

1%

Brain Buddies

1

1%

Chrono Tales

1

1%

Favorite

1

1%

Feeding Frenzy

1

1%

Find the Hidden Treasure

1

1%

Fishville

1

1%

Friv.com

1

1%

Galaxy Life

1

1%

Gamebox

1

1%

Garena

1

1%

Garena Plus

1

1%

Guitar Heroes

1

1%

HetaOni

1

1%

Hon

1

1%

I Love That Game

1

1%

Imigle

1

1%

L4 Dead

1

1%

Madam Fate Carnival

1

1%

Ninja Saga

1

1%

Poke Ninja

1

1%

Race Car

1

1%

Racing Cars

1

1%

Sim Social

1

1%

Stick Run

1

1%

Super Mario

1

1%

Tetris Battle

1

1%

The House of the Dead

1

1%

The Sims

1

1%

Tinier Me

1

1%

y0

1

1%

Y3

1

1%

 

73

100%

Table 22. Other Favorite Online Games

III. DISCUSSION OF THE RESULTS THROUGH A COMPARISON WITH THE RESEARCH

The discussion will follow the flow of presentation as in chapter 6 (Conclusions) of the original survey. 8

On Computer Literacy

112 out of 122 respondents corroborated the original findings that Filipino schoolchildren are computer literate. In a span of 3 years since the original survey was conducted, a 96% internet users is a big jump from the highest reported data of 60%.

On Non-Internet Users

Among non-internet users, female children enrolled in this public school are also the majority like in the 2010 survey.

Most of the non-users belong to the group 13-15 (80%) or Grade 8 (60%). The figure appeared dropping when the respondents grow older or move-up in the academic level.

Illiteracy and parental permission are not the top reason for unable to use the internet but rather having no internet connection or access or time to access either at home or at

school. This seems to suggest that with an internet connection or access, there would be very few non-internet users.

On Gender Bias

The F-test calculation of Microsoft Excel’s Data Analysis Toolpak, shows that there is a gender bias in internet access which is different from the original survey stating a 50-50 data. This means that in this sample, boys access the internet often than girls.

F-Test Two-Sample for Variances

Boys

Girls

Mean

1.981818182

1.920634921

Variance

0.018181818

0.074244752

Observations

55

63

df

54

62

F

0.244890282

P(F<=f) one-tail

2.25775E-07

F Critical one-tail

0.643782556

On Internet Access and Age

Since sample comprises mostly of one age group with a minority of respondents who are over-age for the year level, neither it can infer whether it is an “early” or a “late” user, nor can state which age group is higher or lower in internet access.

Internet Venues

Like the original survey and The Synovate Media Atlas July 2008-June 2009 study, Internet café (36%) is the preferred place to access the internet than at home (24%). However, the percentages is lower than the two earlier studies.

 

This

AIJC 9

SMA 10

Survey

Internet café

36%

84%

54%

At Home

24%

59%

47%

Number of Computer(s) at Home

9 Asian Institute of Journalism and Communication 10 The Synovate Media Atlas

The ones who have no computer in this sample is higher only by 1% than the original survey but the number of those own one computer is higher by 7%. Perhaps, owning a PC is becoming a must-owned appliance among the lower class o society.

No. of

Computers

Zero

One

This Survey

43%

47%

No. of Computers Zero One This Survey 43% 47% AIJC 42 40

AIJC

42

40

Compared to AIJC’s 70% broadband connection at home, this sample is closer at 64%.

On Use of the Internet

Unlike the original finding, internet is now used for school work purposes next only to connecting with friends. Entertainment purposes are still above buying and selling. The later seems only appealing to a very few students. What appears to be more appealing is playing a game or downloading/uploading an image or video or music like in the original survey.

On Most Frequently Visited Site

Since Friendster has ceased to be a social networking site, Facebook replaced it with 82 counts. However, in this sample it is only secondary to YouTube (92 counts) and Google (89 counts) contrary to the original findings. YouTube might be top in the list since nowadays a lot of YouTube videos are hyperlinked in Facebook. And once opened, YouTube will link to a similar post giving browsers an opportunity to visit YouTube more often than Facebook.

On Top Five Favorite Online Games

With respect to online games, this sample follows the trend in the internet. Candy crush is on top. Two favorite online games in the AIJC survey remains at the top 5 Counter Strike and DOTA which involves violence that may increase children’s aggression according to some psychosocial researches.

This Survey

AIJC

Candy Crush

Audition

Y8

DOTA

Counter Strike

Ran/Ran Online

GTA

Cabal Online and

DOTA

Counter Strike

On Email

Emailing like in AIJC findings appears to be “not as attractive as the other web applications”. This sample might also regard email as “too formal.”

On Wikipedia

The findings of this survey differ when it comes to Wiki. Only 13% use it compared to the original 68%. Perhaps it is replaced by Google and YouTube, since these two contains a lot information other than plain entertainment.

Appendix A Online Survey Questionnaire

A Survey on Internet Use by Filipino School Children (Adapted) Hello. We are doing a

A Survey on Internet Use by Filipino School Children (Adapted)

Hello. We are doing a survey on how Filipino school children use the Internet. We would like you to answer this survey as honestly as possible. There are no right or wrong answers in this survey. Please understand that we only present the information together and not individually. Thank you!

the information together and not individually. Thank you! 1. Are you a (kasarian) o o boy?

1. Are you a

(kasarian)

o

o

boy?o o girl?

girl?o o boy?

2. How old are you?

(edad)

(kasarian) o o boy? girl? 2. How old are you? (edad) 3. Where do you go

3. Where do you go to school?

(saan ka nag-aaral)

o

Maligaya High School High School

o

Other:o  

 

4. What Grade Level are you in?

(anong year ka na)

  4. What Grade Level are you in? (anong year ka na) 5. Do you use

5. Do you use the Internet?

o

Yeso

o

Noo

5.1 If you DO NOT USE the Internet, what is your reason? (Check all that apply)

(sasagutin mo lang kung hindi ka nag-i-internet. Tsekan lahat ng akmang dahilan)

o

I have no Internet Connection at home or at schoolo

o

I don’t know how to use the computer puter

o

I have no timeo

o

My parents do not allow me to use the Interneto

o

Limited number of computer with Internet connection in big schoolso

PROCEED TO THE NEXT QUESTIONS IF YOU USE THE INTERNET, IF YOU DO NOT USE THE INTERNET, CLICK "SUBMIT" AND TELL YOUR TEACHER THAT YOU ARE DONE.

(Kung di ka nag-i-internet, maari mo ng i-click ang "submit" o sabihin sa iyong guro na ikaw ay tapos na magsagot)

o

o
 

6.

Where do you access the Internet? Please check all the place where you access the

Internet

o

Internet caféo

o

Schoolo

o

Anywhere using a mobile phoneo

o

Public libraryo

o

At Homeo

o

House of relatives/friendso

o

Parent’s officeo

7.

How many computers do you have at home?

o

Zeroo

o

Oneo

o

Twoo

o

Threeo

o

Fouro

o

Fiveo

o

Sixo

 

8.

What type of Internet connection do you use at home? Please check all the type of

connection you have.

o

Broadband (PLDT DSL, Smart Bro, Globe Broadband, Bayantel DSL,e tc.)o

o

Wifio

o

o Dial-up

Dial-up

9. For what purpose do you use the Internet? Please check all the things you do on the Internet

o

School worko

o

Read news and informationo

o

Be updated on current eventso

o

Sending and receiving email messageso

o

Connecting with friendso

o

Participating in e-groups and networkso

o

Connecting with relativeso

o

Sending/receiving text messageso

o

Buying products and serviceso

o

Selling products and serviceso

o

Online gamingo

o

Downloading/uploading imageso

o

Downloading/uploading videoo

o

Downloading/uploading musico

10. What are the websites that you frequently visit? Please check all the websites you visit.

o

Friendstero

o

Gmailo

o

Multiplyo

o

MP3 Codeo

o

Twittero

o

Youtubeo

o

Yahoo/Yahoo Mailo

o

Y8o

o

Photobucketo

o

Googleo

o

Wikipediao

o

IMEEMo

o Instagram 10.1-10.5 Are there any other websites you frequently visit? Please name AT MOST
o
Instagram
10.1-10.5 Are there any other websites you frequently visit? Please name AT MOST five
more. It’s Ok if you write down less than five other websites.
(gamitin ang 10.1 hanggang 10.5 na mga textboxes para dito )
o
10.1 Other websites you frequently visit
10.2 Other websites you frequently visit
10.3 Other websites you frequently visit
10.4 Other websites you frequently visit
10.5 Other websites you frequently visit
11.
What search engine do you frequently use? Please check all the search engines that
you frequently use.
(sa "other", paki lista yong mga madalas gamitin mo pa)
o
Google
o
Ask.com
o
Yahoo
o
Wikipedia
o
Microsoft (MSN)
o
Other:
12.
How often do you use the Internet to send/receive email
o
Everyday
o
Two to three times a week

o

Once a weeko  

 

o

Three times a montho

o

Once a month or less frequentlyo

13.

What is the average time you use or open your email per day?

o

Less than 1 houro  

 

o

1 hour to less than 3 hourso

o

3 hours to less than 5 hourso

o

5 hours or moreo

14.

What email accounts do you use? Please check all the email accounts that you use.

o

Yahooo  

 

o

Gmailo

o

Hotmailo

o

MSNo

o

PLDT DSLo  

 

o

School email (.edu)o

o

Are there any other email accounts that you use? Please write them down below: any other email accounts that you use? Please write them down below:

o

Other:o    

   

15.

Are you a member of a social network?

o

Yeso  

 

o

Noo

16.1

- 16.6 Which social network are you using and how many friends or followers do you

have?

 

(iwanang walang sagot pag di mo ginagamit)

o

o  
 

16.1 No. of friends in Facebook?

walang sagot pag di mo ginagamit) o   16.1 No. of friends in Facebook? 16.2 No.
walang sagot pag di mo ginagamit) o   16.1 No. of friends in Facebook? 16.2 No.

16.2 No. of friends in Friendster

walang sagot pag di mo ginagamit) o   16.1 No. of friends in Facebook? 16.2 No.
walang sagot pag di mo ginagamit) o   16.1 No. of friends in Facebook? 16.2 No.

16.3 No. of friends in Multiply

16.3 No. of friends in Multiply 16.4 No. of friends in MySpace 16.5 No. of friends
16.3 No. of friends in Multiply 16.4 No. of friends in MySpace 16.5 No. of friends

16.4 No. of friends in MySpace

No. of friends in Multiply 16.4 No. of friends in MySpace 16.5 No. of friends in
No. of friends in Multiply 16.4 No. of friends in MySpace 16.5 No. of friends in

16.5 No. of friends in Netlog

16.4 No. of friends in MySpace 16.5 No. of friends in Netlog 16.6 Are there any
16.4 No. of friends in MySpace 16.5 No. of friends in Netlog 16.6 Are there any

16.6 Are there any other social networking sites you visit? Please write them down below

and indicate the number of friends/followers you have.

o

o  
 
 

16.6.1 Other social networking site you visit and number of friends/followers you have

 

16.6.2 Other social networking site you visit and number of friends/followers you have

 

16.6.3 Other social networking site you visit and number of friends/followers you have

17.

What do you do on your social network?

o

Visit own accounto

o

Maintain/update own profileo

o

Invite/refer friendso

o

Post announcementso

o

Use/forward applicationso

o

Play gameso  

 

o

Join interest groups or campaignso

o

Add comments/testimonials to someone’s pageo

18.

How long have you been participating on online social networks?

o

Less than one year

Less than one year

o

One year to less than two yearso

o

Two years to less than three yearso

o

Three years to less than five years Five years or more Five years or more

Five years or more

o

19. How often do you visit your social network account?

o

Everydayo

o

Two to three times a weeko

o

Once a weeko

o

Three times a montho

o

Once a montho

o

Less frequently than once a montho

20. How frequent do you update your own profile/page?

o

Everydayo

o

Two to three times a weeko

o

Once a weeko

o

Three times a montho

o

Once a montho

o

Less frequently than once a montho

21.

How frequently do you visit your friend’s social network site?

o

Everydayo

o

Two to three times a weeko

o

Once a weeko

o

Three times a montho

o

Once a montho

o

Less frequently than once a montho

22.

How often do you make comments on the sites of your friend’s social network site?

o

Everydayo

o

Two to three times a weeko

o

Once a weeko

o

Three times a montho

o

Once a montho  

 

o

Less frequently than once a montho

23.

Why did you join an online social network? Please check all the reason for joining an

online social network.

o

To meet new peopleo

o

To keep in touch with relatives/friendso

o

To search for old friendso

o

To post my pictures/videoso

o

To publish my profile/blogso

o

To play gameso  

 

Are there any other reasons why you joined an online social network? Please write your reasons below.

(mga iba pang dahilan na hindi mo pa nabanggit kung bakit ka sumali sa mga online social network)

o

o  
 

23.1 Other reason why you joined an online social network

23.2 Other reason why you joined an online social network

23.3 Other reason why you joined an online social network

23.4 Other reason why you joined an online social network

24.

Do you play online Games?

o

Yeso  

 

o

Noo

25. How frequently do you play online games?

30

(gaano kadalas)

o

o

EverydayTwo to three times a week

Two to three times a weekEveryday

o

Once a weeko

o

Three times a montho

o

Once a montho

o

Less frequently than once a montho

26.

How long do you spend playing online games?

o

Less than 1 houro

o

1 hour to less than 3 hourso

o

3 hours to less than 5 hourso

o

5 hours or moreo

27.

What is your favorite online game? Please check all the games that you frequently

play.

o

Auditiono

o

DOTAo

o

Ran/Ran Onlineo

o

Cabal Onlineo

o

Counter Strikeo

o

Special Forces Obnlineo

o

O2 Jamo

o

Hotdog Busho

o

Text Twist Onlineo

o

Crazy Carto

o

High Street 5o

o

Candy Crusho

o

Diner Dasho

o

Farmvilleo

o

Y8o

o

Grand Chaseo

o

Aveyondo

o

Warcrafto

o

Ragnarok Onlineo

o

Roller Coastero

o

Defense of the Ancientso

o

GTAo

o

Hangarooo

o

Tantrao

o

Bookwormo

o

Gara Onlineo

o

Command and Conquer onlineo

Are there any other online games that you frequently play? Please name AT MOST five other online games. It is OK if you write less than five games.

(magbanggit pa ng mga online games na madalas mong laruin. Ok lang pag hindi umabot ng lima)

o

o

27.1 Other online games that you frequently play.

o 27.1 Other online games that you frequently play. 27.2 Other online games that you frequently
o 27.1 Other online games that you frequently play. 27.2 Other online games that you frequently

27.2 Other online games that you frequently play.

play. 27.2 Other online games that you frequently play. 27.3 Other online games that you frequently
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27.3 Other online games that you frequently play.

play. 27.3 Other online games that you frequently play. 27.4 Other online games that you frequently
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27.4 Other online games that you frequently play.

you frequently play. 27.4 Other online games that you frequently play. 27.5 Other online games that
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27.5 Other online games that you frequently play.

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Appendix B Distribution of the Sample Across Year Level, Section and Gender

GRADE

     

Sample

OR YEAR

Adviser

ANNUAL ENROLMENT TO DATE

%ages

 

AM

Male

Female

Total

       

I - 1

Jovirisa D. Marquez

14

33

47

3.0%

7.4%

1

3

I - 2

Antonia A. Nuñez

21

29

50

4.5%

6.5%

2

3

I - 3

Elizabeth C. Dominice

28

26

54

5.9%

5.8%

3

3

I - 4

Lorna V.Galgana

35

31

66

7.4%

6.9%

4

3

1 -5

Mr. Rommel Vargas

28

26

54

5.9%

5.8%

3

3

I -6

Mr. Ludovico E. Estrada

30

24

54

6.4%

5.4%

3

2

I --7

Grace Reyes

29

25

54

6.2%

5.6%

3

3

1-8

Anne V. Quitalig

27

27

54

5.7%

6.0%

3

3

1-9

Cherry C. Madronio

31

23

54

6.6%

5.1%

3

2

I - 10

Ma. Luisa C. Alanes

29

25

54

6.2%

5.6%

3

3

I - 11

Lorna A. Arcellana

27

26

53

5.7%

5.8%

3

3

1 -12

Michelle S. Caranto

29

26

55

6.2%

5.8%

3

3

1-13

Josefina G. Santos

28

27

55

5.9%

6.0%

3

3

1-14

Maria Eloisa M. Rotilles

29

24

53

6.2%

5.4%

3

2

1-15

Rosalie P. Delposo

31

24

55

6.6%

5.4%

3

2

1-16

Estefania L. Regis

29

25

54

6.2%

5.6%

3

3

1-17

Jennifer M. Cangco

26

27

53

5.5%

6.0%

3

3

             

49

47

 

A.M

Male

Female

Total

       

II- 1

Nanet A. Prisco

10

34

44

2.2%

7.4%

1

4

II- 2

Evelyn Morales

17

38

55

3.7%

8.2%

2

4

II- 3

Laarni M. Mirano

28

28

56

6.0%

6.1%

3

3

II- 4

Rowena Torres

29

25

54

6.3%

5.4%

3

3

II- 5

Maylanie A. Rasay

26

31

57

5.6%

6.7%

3

3

II- 6