A Survey on the ethical consideration of emergency response training The perceptions of selected Philippine TV
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Th 36 2012
Thesis (Undergrad) - Bulacan State University, Bulacan, 2012. Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication Major in Broadcasting Bulacan State University 2012
The thesis entitled A survey on the Ethical Consideration of Emergency Response Training: The perceptions of the selected Philippine TV Media Personnel is aimed to determine the perceptions of the respondents on Emergency Responses Training for Media Personnel is aimed to determine the perceptions of the following questions: (1) what are the personal and demographic profiles of the respondents; (2) what are the factors that determine the agreement in having Emergency Response Training; (3) what are the factors that dictate their disagreement in undergoing Emergency Response Training ; (4) what is the consensus of the respondents in undergoing Emergency Response Training; (5) what are the ethical implications of the consensus of the respondents.
The researchers went to different TV Network to conduct the survey. A questionnaire was distributed to get responses from 80 media personnel in Philippines around Metro Manila. Descriptive method was used in this study. Also, statistical Chi Square was used to determine if respondent’s demographic profile affects their perception.
After the responses were analyzed the conclusions was drawn: out of 80, 61 were agreed on Emergency Response Training and 19 respondents and that are new in their profession agreed because they are open to new ways and believe that it is more important to save the life of a person to new ways and believe that it is more important to save the life of a person in danger. However, older respondents disagreed on Emergency Response Training. Respondents do not agreed because of their old age that they cannot administer to undergo Emergency Response Training. In addition, media men those were longer on their profession conceived profession as media practitioner is only to gather and deliver the news to the public.
Lastly, the Chi Square method in determining if the demographic profiles of the respondents affect their perceptions regarding Emergency Responses Training. While the age and years in profession of the respondents does not affect their perception on undergoing Emergency Response Training.
The researcher can conclude that the age and years in profession is factor in determining their agreement and disagreement on undergoing Emergency Response Training.