Being tardy or late so mites is a human nature. But as it becomes a habit then you cannot consider it human nature anymore. Tardiness can never do well to us and it may lead to things we are not hoping for. Habitual tardiness can be a common problem in a workplace. It can be committed by s mom students who take things for granted. It can be either controllable or uncontrollable in nature e. Being done intentionally or unintentionally, it can attract attention and it can challenge a dervish. And in most instances, it can boast of valid reasons and strong alibis.
But in many WA yes, it can create hatred and confusion especially on substitutions, scheduling and punctuality I finishing a job. One of the factors is the person himself. Sometimes, people blame themselves s for being late or tardy on school. Besides their selves, the people surrounding them who limits and tells a person what and which is the best for him or her, is also a factor. Another factor is m Edie. Media is one source of anything which affects the mood of the person in doing a task. Punctuality means arriving or doing things at the appointed time, neither earl y nor late.
Punctuality is the secret of success in life. The renowned and successful men n the world are known to be punctual. They knew the value often and utilized it in the proper r way in their life. Punctuality, therefore, plays a very important part in one’s life. A person should d try to be 2 punctual from his very childhood, and appraise others about the value of Tim e, which is the key to success. Statement of the Problem This research focuses on the relationship of Locus of Control as a Factor of Ta readiness among High school students of SST.
John of Beverley AY 201 2201 3. This study a MIS to answer the following questions: What is the level of Locus of Control among high school students? 2. What is the average number of tardy days among high school students? 3. Is there a significant relationship between the level of locus of control among high school students and their corresponding average number of tardy days? Statement of the Hypothesis Null Hypothesis: There is no significant relationship between the level of locus of control ammo g high school students SST.
John of Beverley on Academic Year 201 2201 3 and their cord responding average number of tardy days. Alternative Hypothesis: There is a significant relationship between the level of locus of control among high Conceptual Framework Significance of the Study This study aims to find the relationship between the locus of control and mum beer of tardy days Of the high school students Of SST. John Of Beverley Academic Year 201220 13. The results of this research will benefit students, specifically high school students of Saint John of Beverley, teachers and parents.
This can also be used by other student researchers so t hat they will know what can be the cause of their tardiness. This study can also benefit school ad ministration for the result of this may be used to know how to help students on managing their it This relevant information will give more knowledge of the people about locus of control and its relation to their tardiness. It will also help future researchers to under stand the topic better. The study will also give awareness to the people of the nation that wit h adequate knowledge about their beliefs in tardiness.
Scope and Limitation of the Study This study limits its coverage for the High School students in SST. John of Beverly School of Novelistic within the academic year of 2012 to 2013 only. Its main purpose is to identify if their locus of control can affect their tardiness. Respondents will be answering a 4 call of Julian Rooter. The respondents answered the given survey from the re searcher without any idea that it is all about their Locus of Control and its effect for bee nag tardy. This is the researcher’s strategy to obtain the honesty of the respondents in a answering the survey questionnaire.
Information acquired and provided by students will be used to confirm or Eng the feasible causes which were earlier stated. The researcher will use sampling g method with inquiries which is not answerable by yes or no. The researcher immediately s elects this group of students for they well represent a typical student which his/ re primary aim is to learn and excel in school. Moreover, the problem on tardiness was very obese viable in this group of students while they are supposedly being the model to grade school students.
DEFINITION OF TERMS Contextual Definition: Tardy or tardiness delayed beyond the expected or proper time. Punctuality – arriving or doing things at the appointed time, neither early nor I ate. Locus of control – The extent to which people believe they have power over e vents in their lives 4. Internal locus of control -? The belief that events in one’s life, whether good or ad, are caused by controllable factors such as one’s attitude, preparation, and beef rot. 5. External locus of control – to believe that his or her fate is determined by Chaw once or outside forces that is beyond their own personal control. . Locus – is the Latin word for place or location. 5 CHAPTER II Review of Related Literature 6 In this chapter, the literature and related studies review for this thesis support TTS the variables being studied. Foreign Literature Locus of Control Locus of control’s most famous application has probably been in the area of h lath psychology. In Rooter (1 975), cautioned that internally and externally repress NT two ends off continuum, not an either/ or typology. Internals tend to attribute outcomes of events to their own control.
Externals attribute outcomes of events to external circuits encase. It should not be thought however, that internally is linked exclusively with Atari Buxton to effort and externally with attribution to luck, as Winners work makes clear. T his has obvious implications for differences between internals and externals in terms of their achievement motivation, suggesting that internal locus is linked with higher lee else. Due to their locating control outside themselves, externals tend to feel they have less control over their fate.
People with an external locus of control tend to be more stressed a ND prone to clinical depression (Bananas, Sweeney & Duffer, 1988; cited in Malady, Day & Mainsails, 2007). Internals were believed by Rooter (1966) to exhibit two essential charm terrorist: high achievement motivation and low determinedness. This was the basis of the locus of control scale proposed by Rooter in 1966; although this was actually based on Rooter’s belief that locus of control is a medallion’s construct.
Those with a high internal locus of control have better control Of their behave tend to be more politically involved, and are more likely to attempt to influence e other people than those with a high external (or low internal respectively) locus of c intro. They 7 also assign greater likelihood to their efforts being successful and more active lye seek information concerning their situation. While in gingerbread differences in locus of control, Schultz and Schultz (200 5) point out, significant gender differences in locus of control have not been found for adult TTS in a U. S. Population.
However, these authors also note that there may be specific seep eased differences for specific categories of item to assess locus of control-?for exam peel, they cite evidence that men may have a greater internal locus for questions related to academic achievement (Strickland & Haley, 1 980; cited in Schultz & Schultz, 2005). Tardiness Tardy (tardiness) is defined as not coming or happening as anticipated. Base on the several resources we have read, it concludes that tardiness is coming up in situation late or not in time. Tardiness is one of the key factors in identifying early on a child who may be me at risk (Greenfield, 2002).
Such at risk students are making the choice to come to SC LOL late or not at all because of the situations and behaviors they have found themselves in, whether by choice or a result of circumstance. Those who study personality types believe that individuals have either an into renal or external locus of control. Having an external locus means that you look at the outside environment to explain your results. Consider the example of someone shoal nag up late for a meeting. A person with an external locus WOUld kick for outside factors to explain his or re tardiness, pointing, for instance, to traffic jam or a delayed train.
A person with an internal locus of control, by contrast, would look inside to explain missing the start of the 8 meeting. Someone with an internal locus would chastise himself or herself budgeting insufficient time to navigate heavy traffic or failing to take an earlier train. Us successful entrepreneurs almost always have an internal locus of control.