Adaption of Criminology Students to Foreign Cultures


Authors : Angelo Alos; Rovilyn Amor R. Balolong; Leslie Ann F. Carba; Hans Christian Ferrer; Ronchezka Gilo; Mayck Jhoenell Lomboy; Jea Rica Ofilas; Bryan Ramos; Jovie Ann Santos; Marlon T. Tagalicud; Matthew P. Langbis; Jay-Lynne May S. Escalona; Madelyn P. Estrada

Volume/Issue : Volume 8 - 2023, Issue 8 - August

Google Scholar : https://bit.ly/3TmGbDi

Scribd : https://tinyurl.com/4bzc3enc

DOI : https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.8330573

Abstract : In view of the rapidly increasing influences of foreign cultures, some Criminology Students adapt the said foreign cultures. The purpose of this study is to inculcate in the minds to those students the essence of being patriotic. This research will improve the value and quality of the adaption of foreign cultures and the importance of patronizing Filipino Cultures. This study made use of quantitative research methods through a descriptive research design. Three Hundred Thirty-three (333) Third year and Fourth-year Criminology Students who finished the subject Character Formation 1 and 2 of Data Center College of the Philippines were taken as respondents. It is imperative to know the foreign cultures that DCCP criminology students usually adapt, the various factors that influence them in adapting to such cultures, their level of enjoyment in terms of adapting foreign cultures, and the action plan that can be formulated to strengthen the patriotism and nationalism of the Criminology Students Based on the findings, it was therefore recommended that in order to in still in Criminology Students the essence of patriotism, there should be specific programs to enhance patriotism and nationalism. This study will serve as an eye- opener and a baseline for criminology students to assess whether they are really putting into practice what they are learning.

Keywords : Adaption, Filipino Culture, Patriotism, Nationalism, Criminology Students, Foreign Culture.

In view of the rapidly increasing influences of foreign cultures, some Criminology Students adapt the said foreign cultures. The purpose of this study is to inculcate in the minds to those students the essence of being patriotic. This research will improve the value and quality of the adaption of foreign cultures and the importance of patronizing Filipino Cultures. This study made use of quantitative research methods through a descriptive research design. Three Hundred Thirty-three (333) Third year and Fourth-year Criminology Students who finished the subject Character Formation 1 and 2 of Data Center College of the Philippines were taken as respondents. It is imperative to know the foreign cultures that DCCP criminology students usually adapt, the various factors that influence them in adapting to such cultures, their level of enjoyment in terms of adapting foreign cultures, and the action plan that can be formulated to strengthen the patriotism and nationalism of the Criminology Students Based on the findings, it was therefore recommended that in order to in still in Criminology Students the essence of patriotism, there should be specific programs to enhance patriotism and nationalism. This study will serve as an eye- opener and a baseline for criminology students to assess whether they are really putting into practice what they are learning.

Keywords : Adaption, Filipino Culture, Patriotism, Nationalism, Criminology Students, Foreign Culture.

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