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Chapter 5

SUMMARY OF FINDINGS, CONCLUSIONS, AND RECOMMENDATIONS

This chapter presents the summary of the findings of the study and the

conclusions and recommendations that are derived from the findings.

Summary of Findings

This section summarized the main research findings of the study. The study

sought to provide answers to the questions found at the previous chapter.

1. It has been identified that most of the respondents from Tagalog dialect

people and Indigenous people are millennials, female, and finished High

school degree, additionally most of the Indigenous people respondents are

from Buhid tribe from 2nd District of Oriental Mindoro

2. It has been found out that language barrier is frequently affected the verbal

communication of both Tagalog dialect and Indigenous respondents.

3. It has been revealed that the Tagalog dialect respondents often experience

while the Indigenous respondents sometimes experience that language

barrier affected their non-verbal communication activities.

4. It has found out that the language barrier did not affect the barter activities of

the Tagalog dialect respondents while the Indigenous people respondents

barter activities is frequently affected by the language barrier.

5. It has found out that the language barrier did not affect the education of the

Tagalog dialect respondents while the Indigenous people education is

frequently affected by the language barrier and often experience its

implications.
6. It has been found out that there is no significant relationship between the

demographic profiles of the respondents and the problems encountered in

their social interactions at District II of Oriental Mindoro.

7. It has been found out that there is no significant difference between and

among the problems encountered in the social interactions of the

respondents in the first variable but in the next three variables, there is

significant difference between and among the problems encountered in the

social interactions of the respondents.

Conclusions

Based on the summary of findings presented, the following conclusions were drawn:

1. Most of the indigenous respondents and tagalog dialect respondents who used

android phones in District II of Oriental Mindoro are female. In connection with

that most of the respondents of this study belong to teenagers and young adults

their ages indicate that they are millennials.

2. The verbal communication of both Tagalog dialect and Indigenous respondents

is frequently affected by the language barrier.

3. The Tagalog dialect respondents are often experience while the Indigenous

respondents sometimes experience the implications of language barrier to their

non-verbal communication.

4. The barter activities of the Tagalog dialect respondents did not affected by the

language barrier while the barter activities of the Indigenous people respondents

is frequently affected by the language barrier.


5. The education of the Tagalog dialect respondents did not affected by the

language barrier while the education of the Indigenous people is frequently

affected by the language barrier and often experiences its implications.

6. The demographic profiles of the respondents have no effect to the problems

they encountered in their social interactions at District II of Oriental Mindoro.

Recommendations

In view of the foregoing and findings and conclusions, the following are hereby

recommended:

1. There are Mangyans who are experiencing difficulty in communicating with their fellow

Mangyans who have other dialect. In that case, the National Commission of Indigenous

people (NCIP) should provide materials that can educate Mangyans with the language of

different tribes.

2. There are Mangyans who have bad experience in product dealing transactions with

the lowlander’s people. Thus, the Municipalities in District II of Oriental Mindoro where

the Mangyans are settling should reinforce the organizations that are securing the rights

of Mangyans, especially in terms of product dealing transactions.

3. There are young Mangyans who can’t speak their mother-tongue language for some

personal reasons. For that matter, the National Commission of Indigenous people

(NCIP) must encourage the Mangyans to maintain their language and teach their

children to learn their own mother-tongue language even at young age.

4. The Municipalities in District II of Oriental Mindoro should provide some materials that

could educate even simple Mangyan words those tourist and business traders in

different Mangyan language that can help them in communicating with the Mangyans for

their different purposes.

5. The findings of this study will serve as a reference for further research. They may
focus on identifying more barriers in social interactions of Mangyans and other people

who are settling in same Municipalities in District II of Oriental Mindoro. In addition,

extent all other tribes in entire province of Oriental and Occidental Mindoro as a more

population or respondents of the study.