Bullying incidence and its impact on the intellectual ability of 3rd year BS Accountancy in University of Perpetual Help System, Laguna-Binan Campu
Keywords:Bullying Incidence, Impact, Intellectual Ability, 3rd year BS Accountancy
This study used descriptive-correlation research design to determine the bullying incidence and its impact on the 3rd year BS Accountancy students’ intellectual ability. The study specifically looked into the common bullying incidence among 3rd year BS Accountancy student in terms ofPhysical Abuse,Verbal Abuse andIndirect Abuse as well asthe impact of bullying on their intellectual ability.The researcher-made questionnaire was administered. The respondents didn’t experience bullying incidence in terms of physical abuse. The respondents didn’t experience bullying incidence in terms of verbal abuse. The respondents didn’t experience bullying incidence in terms of indirect abuse. The respondents strongly disagreed that bullying incidence had an impact on their intellectual ability.The less the incidence of physical, verbal and indirect abuse they experience, the lesser is its impact on their intellectual ability. There is a significant relationship between bullying incidence and its impact on their intellectual ability.
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