Loading presentation...

Present Remotely

Send the link below via email or IM

Copy

Present to your audience

Start remote presentation

  • Invited audience members will follow you as you navigate and present
  • People invited to a presentation do not need a Prezi account
  • This link expires 10 minutes after you close the presentation
  • A maximum of 30 users can follow your presentation
  • Learn more about this feature in our knowledge base article

Do you really want to delete this prezi?

Neither you, nor the coeditors you shared it with will be able to recover it again.

DeleteCancel

Make your likes visible on Facebook?

Connect your Facebook account to Prezi and let your likes appear on your timeline.
You can change this under Settings & Account at any time.

No, thanks

Final [BEST] Thesis Defense Proposal

No description
by

Beiah Castro

on 3 February 2013

Comments (0)

Please log in to add your comment.

Report abuse

Transcript of Final [BEST] Thesis Defense Proposal

Chapter 5
Summary, conclusions, and recommendations Overview of Chapters
1, 2, and 3 10 out of 18 media practitioners
said they were associated The Impact of Media Killings
in the Pursuit of A Career in Journalism
of Selected Mass Communication Students
and Media Practitioners in Bulacan Establishing the setting of Philippine Journalism crippled by media killings MAGUINDANAO MASSACRE Impunity Region III 11 recorded victims Statement of the Problems Determine the impact of media killings Students and Media Practitioners in Bulacan 1. Demographic Profile
2. Prime reason
3. Awareness on the rampant media killings
4. Awareness on the effects even before engagement
5. How decided are the respondents
6. Impact of media killings
7. Reaction to media killings
8. Involvement with media organizations
9. Association with victims
10. Perception on the reason behind media killings Scope and Delimitation Bulacan Baliuag University
Bulacan State University
Centro Escolar University Malolos 375 surveyed students 36 interviewed students 18
Media practitioners Relevant Theories Mixed Methods Approach Quantitative and Qualitative Descriptive and Exploratory Survey and Interview Simple Random and Purposive Sampling Slovins Formula Group 1:
- 4th year students
- Finished internship with media companies and the like
- Experienced on-field coverage Group 2:
- 1st yr to 3rd yr who answered the ff. on the survey form:

Q2: Passion
Q7: Motivated to Quit Statistical Treatment Chapter 4
Presentation,
Analysis, and
Interpretation of data Demographic Profile Address of the student respondents 8 out of 18 media practitioners
reside in the City of Malolos Age of the student respondents 7 out of 18 media practitioners' age ranges from 40-47 years old Gender of the student respondents Civil Status of student respondents 12 - married
2 - single
4 - committed with offspring Course of the student respondents Year Level of the student respondents School of the student respondents Job description of the media practitioners > stringers
> correspondents
> broadcasters
> public relations officer 18 REPORTERS Years in the media industry of the practitioners 7 respondents - 20-28 years
6 respondents - 13-18 years
3 respondents - below 10 years
2 respondents - 30 years Prime reason of the students 9 out of 18 media practitioners
answered PASSION Awareness on the rampant media killings Awareness on the effects of media killings
even before engagement takes place 5 out of 18 media practitioners
said they are STRONGLY AWARE Level of decisiveness to
pursue the course Level of decisiveness to continue journalism as a career 15 out of 18 media practitioners said
they are STRONGLY DECIDED Impact of Media Killings 9 out of 17 media practitioners said media killings
affects their working attitude Reaction to media killings 7 out of 18 media practitioners
initially felt sympathy Involvement through media organizations All 18 media practitioners are involved Association with victims of media killings Perceived reasons of media killings Politically motivated
Unethical and irresponsible journalism
Some stories are still worth dying for
Culture of impunity Summary of Findings Address Age Gender Civil Status Course Year Level School Job description (media practitioners) Years in the media industry Prime reason in choosing journalism Awareness on the rampant media killings in the Philippines Level of awareness on the effects of media killings even before engagement takes place Level of decisiveness in pursuing journalism Impact of media killings in the pursuance of journalism Respondent's reaction on cases of media killings Involvement on the issue through media
organizations flagging campaigns againts
media killings Association with victims The reason behind media killings as perceived
by the respondents Limitations and weaknesses Conclusions Recommendations Researchers:
Castro, Bearonica Leth C.
Coronel, Arna Catel L.
Cruz, Micah Jenessa
Cundangan, Elmar A.
Placino, Rochelle M.

BA Journalism 4A
Full transcript