Isang pagsusuri sa pagpapahalagang moral na nakapaloob sa mga akdang Waray ng mga mag-aaral ng Leyte at Samar

2022 IJRSE – Volume 11 Issue 15
Special IJRSE Luminary Issue

Available Online:  20 October 2022


De Mesa, Alvin Rom
Leyte Normal University, Philippines (


The young Filipino students today are in the 21st Century or millennials whose thoughts are highly dependent on new technologies that cause them to change their behavior, outlook, and beliefs in life (Hamston, 2010). Further, the Filipinos that have the moral value of each individual are also affected. Moreover, the researcher believes that even if the moral value possessed by each student cannot be seen in their actions or speech, it can be seen in their written works. Because of their challenging thinking, it will be reflected in their writings if they still have the morals that should be valued as Filipinos in their hearts and minds. Nonetheless, this study can also be considered different than other studies related to the analysis of the content of each text. This study is unique because the collected works were originally created by the students themselves who were not writers. In addition, this study is a way to know the ability of Waray youth to write in their own language. If so, they will be able to contribute to the expansion of Waray Literature. Through a checklist made by the researcher, the researcher, and the three (3) validators analyzed the content of each Waray work written by the students. This study found out, the moral values were a concern, honesty, love, environmentalism, faith or godliness, decency, assertiveness, responsibility, patriotism, and humanitarianism, it was discovered in the analysis that the students rarely mentioned their written works.

Keywords: moral appreciation, content analysis, qualitative research, checklist, Waray literature



Cite this article:
De Mesa, A. R. (2022). Isang pagsusuri sa pagpapahalagang moral na nakapaloob sa mga akdang Waray ng mga mag-aaral ng Leyte at Samar. International Journal of Research Studies in Education, 11(15), 1-17.