TikTok sa likod ng mga mag-aaral sa komersyo

2022 IJRSE – Volume 11 Issue 4

Available Online:  23 January 2022


Kamantigue, Angelo*
Veritas College of Irosin, Philippines (Angelo.kamantigue20@gmail.com)

Gueta, Maicky
Veritas College of Irosin, Philippines (ikaygueta@gmail.com)

Pura, Riena
Veritas College of Irosin, Philippines (purarienamae@gmail.com)

Enriola, Jaella
Veritas College of Irosin, Philippines (enriolajaella@gmail.com)

Gelilio, Eric*
Veritas College of Irosin, Philippines (gelilioeric@gmail.com)
Sorsogon State University, Philippines
Gallanosa National High School, Philippines


One of the trends for students today is TikTok a video sharing social networking service that originated in China owned by Byte Dance. Used to create short videos of dance, lip-sync, comedy and talent, Tiktok is trending fast in social media, and we see this on Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube. The purpose of this study is to identify and evaluate the Tiktok behind the students in the first year of college in the commerce course at Veritas College of Irosin in the year 2021-2022. Descriptive analysis was the design used in the research. Random sampling was used to collect data from 100 student participants from the first year in the college of commerce. Ortiz (2015) also agrees that experimental research can actually test an assumption or hypothesis about the cause-and-effect relationship. This is often considered the most sophisticated technique of research to test the assumptions. Dilon’s (2020) study revealed that with continued use of the TikTok application the users can become anti-social. Like other social applications, TikTok also does not require direct interaction with others for the formation of their own. It is said that young people spend their time using social media apps to spend time, have fun, and gather a variety of information. The study also shows that most users of applications like TikTok are shaping themselves and making it a way to overcome self-deficiencies through indirect interaction.

Keywords: Tiktok, variety of information, impacts, sophisticated techniques, self-deficiencies, indirect interaction


DOI: https://doi.org/10.5861/ijrse.2022.128

Cite this article:
Kamantigue, A., Gueta, M., Pura, R., Enriola, J., & Gelilio, E. (2022). TikTok sa likod ng mga mag-aaral sa komersyo. International Journal of Research Studies in Education, 11(4), 45-51. https://doi.org/10.5861/ijrse.2022.128

*Corresponding Author