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|Face-to-face Classes and Romantic Involvement as Factors in the Satisfaction with Life Scale Scores of Selected College Students|
Frederick Edward T. Fabella, FEU Roosevelt, Cainta, Rizal, Philippines
This study sought to discover the life satisfaction of selected college students at a privately-owned college in the Philippines. As face-to-face classes are now being allowed in the country after over 2 years of pure online learning, this research sought to ascertain whether a difference in the Satisfaction with Life Scale scores exists between 3 rd year college students who have only personally met their classmates for the first time and 4 th year college students who have personally met and known their classmates during the first year before the pandemic. Furthermore, this study also explored the presence or absence of romantic involvement and its impact on the college students’ the Satisfaction with Life Scale scores. The findings yielded that the Satisfaction with Life Scale scores of the 4 th year college students were slightly higher than those of the 3 rd year college students. But this difference was not statistically significant. In addition, the Satisfaction with Life Scale scores of college students without romantic involvement were slightly higher than those with romantic involvement. However, the difference was also not significant.
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