E ISSN: 2583-049X

International Journal of Advanced Multidisciplinary Research and Studies

Volume 4, Issue 3, 2024

Youth Political Engagement: Exploring the Factors Influencing Political Participation among Noveleta Senior High School

Author(s): Cabugatan Khadija B, Simbajon Mary Joy B, Pascasio Cyrill E, Calara Adrian G, Lazaro Bryan G

DOI: https://doi.org/10.62225/2583049X.2024.4.3.2843


In addition to examining student political engagement from the perspectives of peers, parents, social media, and financial incentives, the study, Youth Political Engagement: Exploring the Factors Influencing Political participation Among Noveleta Senior High School Study, aims to shed light on respondents’ perceptions of the degree of personal factors, external influence, and external motivator. Additionally, it aimed to offer light on the variables using the acquired qualitative data. The study uses a sequential-exploratory mixed-method research methodology to provide in-depth explanation, analysis, and exploration of the assessed variables. For the qualitative phase, there were ten (10) interviewees, and fifty (50) respondents participated in the quantitative phase. A non-probability sampling method called convenience sampling was used to choose the respondents. The results of the variables that were looked at showed that the Noveleta Senior High School students that were chosen had an average level of personal factors and external motivators, while their mean score level for external influence was high.

The average level of the factors Influencing students at Noveleta Senior High School is below the respondent overall level of personal factors (M=2.93), external influence (M=3.68), external motivator (M=2.96), and general mean score average level (M=3.19). Therefore, it has (M=3.68) in the category of External Influence with regard to social media influence, indicating a High Level of Influence in their Political Participation.

Keywords: Political Engagement, Political Participation, Cavite

Pages: 712-718

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