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CHAPTER 5SUMMARY OF FINDINGS, CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS A.SUMMARY OF FINDINGS
This study was conducted to determine the effects of being a member of areligious group to the social interaction of the students of Rogationist. Descriptivemethod and survey form were used by the researchers to gather data. Thequestionnaires serve as the instrument for collecting data while they used purposivemethod to choose 264 students to serve as the researchers¶ respondents. This inquirywas conducted. This inquiry was conducted during the school year 2010 -2011 
Problem 1: What is the profile of the students in terms (a) year level; (b) age; (c)gender;
 Out of 264 respondents of the study, 64 or 24.24 percent are first year students;81 or 30.68 percent are second year students; 67or 25.37 percent are third year students; and 52 or 19.69 percent are fourth year students. Out of 264 respondents, 2or 0.75 percent of the respondents are 17 years old; 30 or 11.63 percent are 16 yearsold; 61 or 23.10 percent are 15 years old; 84 or 31.86 percent are 14 years old;   63 or 23.86 percent are 13 years old; 23 or 8.71 percent are 12 years old; 1 or 0.37 percentare 11 years old. Out of 264 respondents, 118 or 44.69 percent are male and 146 or 
 
55.30 percent are female. The researchers conclude that most of the members of religious groups are female.
Problem 2: what is the profile of the students in terms of (d)religion of thestudents;(e) type of religious group where the students are include; (f)hours thestudent spend time with friends, parents and study;(g)gathering within a week?
Out of 264 respondents of the study, shows that 252 or 95.45 % of the studentsare Roman Catholic; 6 or 2.27 % are born again; 5 or 1.89% are protestant; and 1 or 0.39 % evangelical catholic. It can be concluded that out of 264 students majority of them are Roman Catholic. Out of 264 respondents of the study, 57or 21.59% aremembers of Knights of the Altar; 99 or 37.50% are members of Youth for Christ whichmeans that most of the students of Rogationist College High School Department aremember of this religious group;1 or 0.37% is a member of El Shaddai; 2 or 0.75% is amember of MNSR; 44 or 16.66% are members of the Choir; 16 or 6.06% are Catechistmembers; 4 or 2.27% are members of ministry of Rogate; 1 or 0.37% is a member of Christian Youth Fellowship; 5 or 1.89% are members of ministry of Word; 15 or 5.68%are members of Lectors and Commentators; 1 or 0.37% is a member of Church of God;3 or 1.13% are the only members who respond from the Charity Club;1 or 0.37% isa member of JAM; 4 or 1.51% are members of Kids for Christ;2 or 0.75% are membersof Christian Youth Fellowship;1 or 0.37% is a member of Youth Ministry;1 or 0.37% is amember of Couple for Christian Foundation for Family and Life;1 or 0.37% is a member of Legion  of  Mary; 1 or 0.37% is a member of Youth for Life; 1 or 0.37% is a member of Rivers of Living Water Catholic Community; and 1 or 0.37% is a member of Antioch.
 
Out of 264 students, 102 or 38.63 % are spending time with other things for 6-10hours; 52 or 19.69% are spending time for other things in 5 hours; 51 or 19.31 % arespending time for other things in 3-4 hours; 51 or 19.31 % are spending time with other things for 1-2 hours only; 1 or 0.37% is spending time with other things half a day; 2 or 0.75% are spending time for other things everyday; 2 or 0.75% say¶s that it depends;1or 0.37% spend time with other thing for less than an hour and 2 or 0.75% are spendingtheir time with other things as long as they want. Out of 264 students, 136 or 51.51%are having their gathering once a week; 18 or 6.81 % are having their meeting twice aweek; 46 or 17.42% are having their gathering every week; 33 or 12.12% are havingtheir gathering once a month;2 or 0.75% are having their gathering thrice a week;5 or 1.89% are having their gathering twice a month;1 or 0.37% is telling that he or she isattending the gathering whenever required;2 or 0.75% are having their gathering whenthey announce;1 or 0.37% is attending the gathering every other week;1 or 0.37 isattending their gathering once a year;1 or 0.37% is attending their gatheringoccasionally;4 or 1.51% are telling that it depends on the act;2 or 0.75% are notattending their gathering;1 or 0.37% is telling that he or she is attending the gatheringonce every two months;1 or 0.37%is attending the gathering seldomly;1 or 0.37% saidthat he or she attend sometimes;1 or 0.37%said that they will attend if their parentsallow them;1 or 0.37% is telling that they attend once every other month;2 or 0.75% areattending when there is a club meeting;1 or 0.37 said that he or she is attending thrice ayear;1 or 0.37 said that he or she attend every other day;1 or 0.37 said that he or shewill attend if there¶ s an event;1 or 0.37% said that he attend once in a while and 1 or 

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