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Published Aug 30, 2020

John Lenon E. Agatep  

Roy N. Villalobos

Abstract

With the increasing demand for quality research to cope up with the industry trends, understanding the need among researchers should primarily be established to further improve capacity and practices over the production of theoretical knowledge. Essential to support is the notion of exploring issues then stimulate the concern. This study established the concern on research capabilities among Graduate School student-respondents at President Ramon Magsaysay State University conducted during the First Semester School Year 2018-2019. The study made used of descriptive research design with survey questionnaire as the main research instrument. The data was processed using descriptive and inferential statistical tools. The study concludes that respondents perceived their capabilities in writing research proposal and publishable research paper both as “Moderately Capable”. The respondents perceived the availability of facilities, time, training, funding, other resources and support from agency in doing research as “Moderately Available”. The analysis of variance test revealed that  there is significant difference on the research capabilities of respondents in writing research proposal when grouped according to position and highest educational attainment; significant in writing publishable research paper when grouped according to sex, position and research seminars/trainings attended; significant in the  availability of facilities, time, training, funding, other resources and support from agency in doing research when grouped according to sex, position and research seminars/trainings attended.

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Keywords

Research Capabilities, Graduate School Students, Writing, Research Proposal, Publishable Research Paper

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How to Cite
Agatep, J. L. E., & Villalobos, R. N. (2020). Research Capabilities among Selected Graduate School Students in Philippines. Science Insights Education Frontiers, 6(2), 691-705. https://doi.org/10.15354/sief.20.or037
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