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ACKNOWLEDGMENT

The researchers would like to extend their profound gratitude to the persons who have given their cherished support from the beginning until the end of this study. First and foremost the LORD God Almighty for the wisdom and the strength he bestowed on the researches to finish this undertaking and for the blessings they receive everyday of their lives. To the researchers family, for their unconditional love, support in terms of financial, moral and spiritual aspects. To the researchers’ friends, who also contributed in the success of this study.
To the respondents, for their participations and willingly effort in answering the questionnaires for the fulfillment of this study.
Professor Roel V. Avila, the researchers’ adviser for extending his immeasurable concern to the researchers and for imparted his ideas, knowledge concerning this study. To his suggestions for the improvement of the study.
To Corina and Prodencio, Adelina and Nolasco, Lucila and Ruel, Ma. Dearly and Pablo, Florinda and Daniel, Liwayway and Rosauro, Ma. Sonia and Edwin, Betty and Mario. The researchers’ parents, for incessantly inspiring the researchers to pursue the study, for their persistent support, financially and morally, and for their conviction to permit the researchers to use the residence as dwellings during the completion of the study.
To Mr. Reynald M. Cacho, the Master Researcher, Mrs. Lucila A. Calabia, the Master Statistician, Mrs.Rita E. Arche, the Master Grammarian, for giving their indispensable time and determination on validating and assessing the research materials;
To Valiente et.al., Regencia et.al., Aurellana et.al., for their manuscript that served the researchers as their guide for their research study
To Czyrine Ebreo, Falqueza Family and Christian Paglinawan for rendering their laptops to the researchers.
To Mr. Mark Anthony A. Erasmo,…...

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