Students on Relationship
Students on Relationship
Research Method: A booth was setup at 10th floor Segi College Subang Jaya to give out questionnaires and a place for students to write pick-up lines. The purpose of questionnaire was to collect the statistical data on student’s opinion on relationship and while the pick-up lines writing is a fun activity that draws student’s attention. After 2 hours, the booth was closed down. We went around the campus to look for students who are willing to accept our interviews about relationship, the interviews were recorded both in individual interview setting and group interview setting.
Result: 40 questionnaires were given out and 36 were returned. 18 males and females, all of them are college student in Segi Subang Jaya. During the course of finding our interviewees, many rejected to help us because of the recording. It is fine for them to accept our interview but they refused to be recorded down. The respondents for questionnaire are tentative as there are many who change their choices on the questionnaire. Few points can be summarized from our research, majority of the respondents think that marriage is important and acknowledging parents is definite act.
Financial ability also stands as an important aspect during a relationship, because majority of the respondents think that they should be able to earn money first before getting into a relationship. Male College Students * 10 out of 18 see courtship as a preparation to marriage, the rest think that when the feeling is right, they would get into a relationship. * Half of them have no objection toward sex before marriage while half disagree. * 13 of them think that one or both should have financial ability before getting into a relationship and bills should be equally paid by male and female that constitutes the relationship.
* Only 5 of them thinks that money is not an important aspect and bills will be paid by them during courtship. * All will acknowledge their parents and take their patner to meet their parent. * 10 would commit into a long-distance relationship while 8 think otherwise. * 7 think that if the person is not suitable for them anymore, they will end it, while the rest think they can work it out by communicating. 3 of them think that it’s a childish act to end a relationship. * Half of them have never been into a relationship. * 15 think that it is better to get into marriage, protected by law.
3 think that marriage is optional, as long as they can stay together with their patner it will be fine. Female College Student * Half of them think that courtship is a journey/preparation before marriage. While half would get into a relationship when the feeling is right. * Half of them have no objection toward sex before marriage while half object. * 15 of them think that one or both should have financial ability before getting into a relationship while 3 think that love precedes. * Only 2 think that boy should pay the entire bill while the rest think that both boys and girls should pay their own or take turns.
* 15 will acknowledge their parent and take him to meet parent. 3 will keep it private. * 14 believe that long distance relationship will work out just fine while 2 will not commit to it and another 2 are not sure. * 8 will end a relationship if they find the other person is not suitable anymore while the rest will work it out by communicating. * Half of them have not been into a relationship. * Only 2 think that marriage is optional and it will be fine as long as they stay together while the rest think that getting into marriage is better.
University/College: University of Chicago
Type of paper: Thesis/Dissertation Chapter
Date: 22 October 2016
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