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career choices, correlation, frequency of watching, medical shows, senior high school students, television shows
Career decisions are formed over long periods of time with plenty of factors and circumstances to consider. One of these factors includes television shows in the form of movies and series. As adolescents are media inclined and are in the prime position to decide their future profession, this paper aimed to find the correlation between the frequency of watching medical shows and its perceived impacts on the career choices of the senior high school students of DLSMHSI. Specifically, it aimes to find out who among the population watch medical shows, how frequent they watch it, the perceived impacts it has on their career choices, and the correlation between these factors. The study was conducted online, utilizing Google Forms to disseminate the survey. Out of 162 respondents who answered the survey, only 100 passed the inclusive criteria to continue to the questionnaire proper. Results state that 17.47% (160 students) of the population watch medical shows obtained from a sample of 162 respondents. Additionally, the frequency only ranges from occasional (47%) to moderate (38%) watching. From the data gathered, watching medical shows does have an impact on the career choices however, it has been deduced that the frequency of watching does not have a significant bearing on the perceived impacts it has on the students' career choices. Thus, with a p-value resulting in 0.538, the researchers have concluded that there is no correlation between the frequency of watching medical shows and the perceived impacts it has on the career choices of the students.
Abalos, B. R.,
Aguila, L. C.,
Solero, L. D.,
Saga, S. E.,
Callejas, V. E.
Correlation between the frequency of watching medical shows and its perceived impacts on the career choices of the Senior High School students.
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