Title

Pangarap Ko, Pangarap Natin: The Role of Hope As A Mediator Between Social Support and School Engagement

Date of Award

2019

Document Type

Thesis

Degree Name

Master in Social Psychology

Department

Psychology

First Advisor

Ma. Elizabeth J. Macapagal, PhD

Abstract

Most students in the Philippines are enrolled in public schools, and yet conditions inside the classroom make it difficult for a student to stay engaged. Although there are many factors that contribute to school engagement, the current study looks at social support – particularly teacher support, parent support and peer help, as predictors of school engagement. The study also looks at hope as a mediating factor between this relationship, given that students are faced with adverse situations both in the school setting and in their communities. The study was conducted among Grade 6 students at a public elementary school in Quezon City. Regression analysis was conducted to look at the mediation between these variables. Based on the results of the study, hope serves as a partial mediator of the relationship between social support and school engagement. Results of the study have implications on factors on school outcomes, as well as school interventions on public schools in the Philippines.

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