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Attitudes Of Students Towards Gay Lingo Part 1

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ATTITUDES OF NATIONAL UNIVERSITY STUDENTS TOWARDS GAY LINGO

Sa panahon natin ngayon, tayo ay nabubuhay sa isang mundong sumusunod sa nakararami o sa uso. Sa pananamit, sa Buhok, sa Teknolohiya, sa Pagkaen, at marami pang iba. Ngunit isa sa pinaka tanyag at uso kung maituturing ay ang “Gay Lingo”, “Gay Language” o salitang bakla. Tulad ng karaniwang wika o linguahe, ito ay ginagamitan ng maraming paraan para mabuo, mapagyaman, at magamit sa ibat ibang paraan. Maraming nag sasabi na ginagamit ang “Gay Lingo” kapag nagtitipon ang mga Bakla o kapag napapalibutan sila ng mga tao para pagtakpan, itago, at para hindi maintindihan ng mga nakakarinig ang kanilang pinag uusapan.
In 1970s, The “Gay ...view middle of the document...

Halimbawa:
* Luz=Loss, Soriano=Sorry
Kung pagsasamahin ang dalawang salita, magdaragdag ng suffix na “ita” sa salitang “Luz” kaya ito ay magiging “Luzita” o “Lucita”, kaya ang kabuoang salita ay “Lucita Soriano” na ang ibig sabihin ay “Loss na, Sorry pa.”
Ang pagaaral na ito ay isasagawa para mapaglinaw sa mga mambabasa ang epekto ng “Gay Lingo” hindi lamang sa ating wika kundi sa mga taong nakakarinig at gumagamit neto. Ang pangunahing susuriin ay ang mga estudyante ng National University, ano nga ba ang maganda at masamang epekto ng Linguaheng ito sa kanilang sariling buhay at sa kanilang pagiging estudyante.Magkakaroon ng pagsisiyasat kung anong mas makakalamang sa dalawang partido (Sang-ayon, at Hindi Sang-ayon) sa “Gay Lingo”, gumagamit ba sila ng ganitong klaseng Linguahe o hindi, at Paano nila natutunan ang pagsasalita at paggamit nito.

Statement of the Problem:
Ang pangunahing Problema sa pagaaral na ito ay ang epekto ng “Gay Lingo” sa estudyante ng National University, at ang reaksyon at naging pagtugon nila sa paggamit ng nasasabing salita. Ang Pagaaral na ito ay susubukang lutasin at sagutin ang mga sumusunod na katanungan.
1. Ano ang malaking epekto ng “Gay Lingo” sa mga mag-aaral ng National University?
2. Nakatulong ba o Nakasama lang ang paggamit ng ganitong klaseng Linguahe?
3. Ano nga ba ang mas nakalalamang, ang mga sang-ayon o hindi sang-ayon sa paggamit nito?
4. Paano natuto o nadiskubre ng mag-aaral ang “Gay Lingo”?
5. Bakit ginagamit ang ganitong klaseng Linguahe?
6. Mas madalas na nga bang gamitin ang “Gay Lingo” kesa sa ating pangalawangwikang “Ingles”?

Hypothesis:
Using the foregoing research problem, the sample null hypothesis is as follow:
Based on the foregoing problems, the proponent will formulate the following null hypothesis:

1. Nagiging Mal-Edukadotignanangestudyanteng National University, kapagnapapadalasangpag-gamitnilang “Gay Lingo” at nagigingmasamarinangepektonitodahilnasasanayangestudyantenagamitinangnasasabingsalita at hindinanaeensayoangpagsasalitangwikang Filipino at Ingles.
2. Hindi nakakatulongangpag-gamitng gay lingo saatingpakikipagkomunikasyonsakapwataosapagkatito ay paralamangsakatuwaan. BinigyantayongsarilingLinguaheparagamitin at tangkilikin. Ang Gay Lingo ay hindimakakatulongsaedukasyon o sapag-aapplyngtrabaho, dahilito ay hindiparasamgaedukadongtao.
3. Mas nakararamianghindi sang-ayonsapaggamit “Gay Lingo” dahilito ay hindi ay hindinakakabutiparasaatingwika at maslamangparinanggustonggumamitngmatinongpagsasalitang Filipino.
4. MaaringnatutunanLinguahenaitosapamamagitanngpakikipag-usapsamgataonggumagamitnito, naaadaptnatinsaating environment anglinguahengito. Paminsan-minsan kaya natinitonagagamitdahilsapagsabaysausohanggangsanakakasanayannanatinangpaggamitnito,
5. Ginagamitang “Gay Lingo” paramakasunodsauso, paramaintindihan din angnagsasalitangganitongklasenglinguahe, at...

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