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A Thesis
Presented to the
GRADUATE SCHOOL
Cebu Technological University
Main Campus, R. Palma St., Cebu City

In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements


For the Degree Master in --------------------------------
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By

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name

May 2019
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APPROVAL SHEET

This Proposed Thesis entitled “THE YOUTH IN NATION BUILDING ACT


(RA 8044) TOWARDS RESPONSIVE ADVOCACY PLAN” prepared and
submitted by ERWIN CHUA ANDAYA in partial fulfillment of the requirements for
the Degree Master in Public Administration (MPA) has been examine and is
recommended for acceptance and approval for DESIGN HEARING.

THESIS ADVISORY COMMITTEE

ROSEIN A. ANCHETA Jr., DM, PhD


Chairperson

EDWIN B. ANDAYA, Dev. Ed. D. PERLA N. TENERIFI, Ed. D., Ph. D.


Adviser Member

ADORACION A. LAWAS, Ed. D. VICTOR D. VILLAGANAS, LLB, Ed. D.


Member Member

REBECCA DC MANALASTAS, PhD


Member

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ACCEPTED AND APPROVED in partial fulfillment of the requirements for


the Degree MASTER IN PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION.

Comprehensive Exam: PASSED

REBECCA DC MANALASTAS, PhD


Dean, Graduate School
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TABLE OF CONTENTS

PAGE

TITLE PAGE i
APPROVAL SHEET ii
TABLE OF CONTENTS iii
LIST OF TABLES iv
LIST OF FIGURES iv

Chapter

1 THE PROBLEM AND ITS SCOPE 1

INTRODUCTION 1
Rationale 1
Theoretical Background 3

THE PROBLEM 11
Statement of the Problem 11
Null Hypotheses 12
Significance of the Study 12

RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 14
Method Used 14
Flow of the Study 14
Environment 16
Respondents 16
Instrument 18
Data Gathering Procedures 18
Treatment of Data 19

DEFINITION OF TERMS 20

BIBLIOGRAPHY 22

APPENDICES 25

Appendix A. TRANSMITTAL LETTER 26


Appendix B. LETTER TO THE RESPONDENTS 27
Appendix C. QUESTIONAIRES 28
Appendix D. RAW DATA TABULATION 34

CURRICULUM VITAE 40
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LIST OF TABLES

Table

1 Distribution of Respondents 16

LIST OF FIGURES

Figure

1 Theoretical Framework 4
2 Flow of the Study 15
3 Locale of the Study 17