Socio-Demographic Determinants of Faculty Research Productivity in a Level-III Philippine State College
Keywords:Research productivity, Higher education, Socio-demographics, Graduate school, State college, Philippines
This paper explores the extent of research productivity and its socio-demographic determinants among faculty members in a level-III state college in the Philippines. The results aim to influence the decision-making on identifying appropriate interventions to further enhance research productivity and encourage faculty members to engage in research undertakings. The results suggest that socio-demographic characteristics of faculty members such as age, administrative designation, and supervision of graduate research determine their likelihood of publishing a research paper.
CITE THIS PAPER:Ambong, Ryan Mark A.; Dagos, Rizzi Angelica T.; Lumbo, Susanita G.; Roldan, Amalia E.; Ferrer, Veronica C. (2022). "Socio-Demographic Determinants of Faculty Research Productivity in a Level-III Philippine State College" Journal of Social Sciences: Transformations & Transitions (JOSSTT) 2(05):22. DOI: https://doi.org/10.52459/josstt25220822
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