Universal Journal of Educational Research Vol. 7(7), pp. 1544 - 1559
DOI: 10.13189/ujer.2019.070709
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Self-control, Sense of Responsibility, and Respect for Others of Performing Artists in a Higher Education Institution


Raymond L. Patterson *
Department of Physical Education, School of Education, Holy Angel University, Philippines

ABSTRACT

Student performers who would like to be part of the performing arts group already possess the skills required for them to be part of the group. Skills, however, are not enough to become a good performer. Rather, these should be complemented by a positive attitude. Self-control, sense of responsibility and respect for others are the predictors of performing skills of a performing artists and predictor of personal excellence in performance. With that, it is the purpose of the study to measure the self-control, sense of responsibility and respect for others of the performing artists. For it will be used as the baseline to the operation plan of the HEI Performing Arts Office. If performers stay longer in the performing arts group, their state of self-control as well as their sense of responsibility and respect for others, progresses positively. Performing artists in the HEI uphold the value of self-control, sense of responsibility, and respect for others.

KEYWORDS
Performing Artist, Higher Education Institution, Self-control, Sense of Responsibility, Respect for Others, Performing Arts

Cite this paper
Raymond L. Patterson . "Self-control, Sense of Responsibility, and Respect for Others of Performing Artists in a Higher Education Institution." Universal Journal of Educational Research 7.7 (2019) 1544 - 1559. doi: 10.13189/ujer.2019.070709.