The Socio-Ecological Fractality in Learning Philippine Folk Dances

Authors : Montano L. Tapanan Jr; JundyLaurente; SheffanySecuya

Volume/Issue : Volume 6 - 2021, Issue 1 - January

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The foundation of the development of interest for Philippine folk dance has been abundantly expressing in the world of research. This study investigates the fractal dimensions on the societal and ecological parameters of respondents’ interest in learning Philippine folkdances despite the advancement of millennial students nowadays to various genres of dances. It was found out that indeed the Junior High School participants registered a fluctuation in their interest motivators. In fact, the research has sought that from amongst all probable sources to motivate one’s self, school has become the main contributing factor (with the highest mean and ranks first from the deviation in the graph of respondents’ social and ecological interest towards learning Philippine folk dances. In other words, school becomes an impeccable avenue to generate the interest of the young learners to Philippine Folk Dances. Due to this very reason, academic institutions are actively called for program innovations to widen their scope of influence to interest the young, their friends or peers and design greater support system from home

Keywords : Fractal, Fractal Dimension, Philippine Folk Dance, Interest, Motivation, Socio-Ecological System


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