Research Paper | Education Management | Philippines | Volume 7 Issue 12, December 2018
Intimidating Factors on Communication Apprehension on Grade 7 Students
Lelit A. Repaja | Jay P. Miranda | Krimar Balansag | Jerald C. Moneva 
Abstract: Communication apprehension take as courses as part of the core curriculum of a students. It also manifested by the extreme nervousness and tensions towards the students (Stewart & Tassie, 2011). This study entitled, intimidating factors of communication apprehension on grade 7 student. This study was in quantitative design. This study aims to assess the communication apprehension of grade 7 student. For the purpose of this study, all the grade 7 student are required to answer the questionnaires in rating scale. Results indicates the intimidating factors of communication apprehension, with 2 questions, the first question categories with the three categories the parental authority, teacher authority, and peer factor, and for the second questions it has 5 statements. It also found out that there is no significant of communication apprehension between the parental authority and peer factor. It can be inferred that there is a significant on communication apprehension on teacher authority. Intimidating factors, such as parental authority, teacher authority, peer factor, are addressed. Suggestions for the future research are provided.
Keywords: Intimidating factors, Communication apprehension
Edition: Volume 7 Issue 12, December 2018,
Pages: 165 - 173
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Lelit A. Repaja, Jay P. Miranda, Krimar Balansag, Jerald C. Moneva, "Intimidating Factors on Communication Apprehension on Grade 7 Students", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), https://www.ijsr.net/get_abstract.php?paper_id=ART20193193, Volume 7 Issue 12, December 2018, 165 - 173, #ijsrnet
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