HomeUE Research Bulletinvol. 19 no. 1 (2017)

Socializing History: Regression Models on the Effect of the Sense of History of Filipino Parents and other Variables on the Sense of History of their Children

Percival S. Gabriel | Aimee A Dizon | Dionicio D Badilles | Richard C Gabris | Angel Bert B Gerongay



The aim of this paper is to determine the effect of the sense of history of Filipino parents on the sense of history of their children. Sense of history is defined in this research as an attitude of cherishing or valuing events and meaning, artifacts or objects, customs or ways, art forms or structures that are products of human experiences within the channel of time. Its indicators include: recall, valuation, analysis, preservation and socialization. Using the socialization theory, this research confirms the poor sense of history rating of Filipino students and their parents. But even with the poor sense of history of both parents and children, with the use of correlation and regression, significant coefficients and models were derived which indicate that the sense of history of the parents affect the sense of history of their children in terms of valuing places, events and objects of historical significance, analyzing patterns of past events with the present, conserving objects and contributions of people of historical importance and transmitting historical knowledge to the next generation.


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