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Love Language in Social Leadership: Teacher, Student, Parent, Politician and Church

Volume: 91  ,  Issue: 1 , December    Published Date: 18 December 2021
Publisher Name: IJRP
Views: 75  ,  Download: 40 , Pages: 91 - 106    
DOI: 10.47119/IJRP1009111220212564

Authors

# Author Name
1 Elymar A. Pascual
2 Grace Ann A. Gadlan
3 Margarita C. Bugia, Jr.
4 Eunice G. Suazo
5 Jericson B. Burbos

Abstract

This article focused on knowing the love language of leaders at various levels and on helping to motivate the leaders of Nagcarlan, Laguna, Philippines. From the many aspects of social leadership, five were selected – Teachers, Student, Parent, Politician and Church. Survey questions were distributed to selected leaders to conduct this research. The researchers went to Brgy. Sta. Lucia, Talangan, Yukos, Alibumbungan, Malinao, Arela, Poblacion and Talangan Integrated National High School – thirty in all were interviewed by the researchers. In all aspects of leadership, it was found that there is the highest number who desire the love language through meaningful time, there is average number for those who desire practical Service, the number is not so great for those who desire physical, and lowest count for loving the love language by the word of affirmation. Using the mean and standard deviation for the pre- and post-survey results of the researchers, it was found in the pre-survey that there was a mean of 4.08 which means that the response of the respondents had a high level in all indicators, and with 1.09 sd states that there is a distance in every answer of the respondents interviewed by the researchers. For the post-survey, it has a mean of 4.26 which means that the response of the respondents to all indicators was very high. This in turn has an sd of 0.89 which indicates that respondents’ answers were close. Eventually, it was suggested to leaders in various aspects to learn, appreciate, and expand their knowledge about love language so that they would have an idea of how they could further develop their personality when it comes to leadership. In conjunction with this, the authors also left a suggestion to subsequent researchers.

Keywords

  • student
  • teacher
  • parent
  • community
  • religion
  • leader
  • love language