Available Online: 12 July 2021
Bauan Technical High School, Philippines (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Philosophy has great contribution in understanding and discerning the fundamental truths around the world and the study entitled, Understanding Ethics and Morality in the Face of Crisis: The Influence of Philosophy to Senior High School Students of Batangas Province. The study was conceptualized in order to understand ethics and morality in the face of crisis and see the influence of Philosophy to senior high school students of Batangas Province. Because of modernization, young people tend to grasp diverse insights with regards to such matters. It only does prove it has a great power to the standpoint of youth. This aims to determine how philosophy affects the way senior high school students view ethics and morality in the face of crisis. The respondents of the study are the Senior High School Students from Batangas Province for the best signifies youth equipped with wisdom and intellectuality. The researcher employed the quantitative research approach. Survey questionnaire served as instrument to gather data, the perceptions of the senior high school students regarding this study. Based on the findings, researchers concluded that philosophy plays a part and affect the senior high school students in understanding ethics and morality in the face of crisis. Philosophy enables them to learn significant intellectual skills that guide their reasoning and thinking that reflects their values and principles as individuals. The researcher recommended that Senior high school students must encourage themselves by interacting with one another and creating social networks that can easily strengthen them when faced with discouraging issues.
Keywords: philosophy, morality, ethics, senior high school students, crisis
Cite this article:
Villanueva, M. (2021). Understanding ethics and morality in the face of crisis: The influence of philosophy to senior high school students of Batangas province. International Journal of Research Studies in Education, 10(9), 1-13. https://doi.org/10.5861/ijrse.2021.644