Radyo Dzlb Case Study

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In the study of Tadem (1990), it was emphasized that the farmers should actively participate in the implementation of agrarian reform. In a separate study, Ramos (2011) cited the hindering of ARBs from leading the agricultural sector as the reason behind the failure to mobilize small farmers. He also said in his study that we should see small farmers and ARBs as contributors to the agricultural development of the country. By recognizing the strength and skills of small farmers and ARBS, participating in the local and global market, and partnering with farm cooperatives and corporations, there might be a chance for small farmers and ARBs, as well as the Philippines, to achieve economic and agricultural development. Meanwhile, in the study…show more content…
Using a survey-sociometry method, the data were gathered from the staff and partners of Radyo DZLB, which include the Research and Extension Personnel (REPs) and the Department of Development Broadcasting and Telecommunication (DDBT) faculty of the College of Development Communication (CDC). The researcher used Cybernetics theory as the theoretical framework of the study. The results showed that staff of DZLB were linked to their co-staff while the partners were linked to the program partner of the host. It was noted that network connections between and among DZLB staff and partners were weak. The study also showed that the concerns about the management of DZLB were focused on the staff of DZLB, not with the partners. The station manager, the assigned messenger for the partners, and the technicians were identified as the focal persons in the network. According to De la Pena, the station’s organizational structure of the station should improve by having better communication between and among DZLB staff, and the partners should be more involved regarding the management of the…show more content…
The committee heads also send the most information to other members while members seek information from other members who they consider to be more knowledgeable than them. Amata (2012) determined the extent of community participation in the whale shark ecotourism project in Donsol, Sorsogon. Using survey research method, data were gathered through self-administered questionnaires. A total of 97 respondents participated in the research. The researcher used Pretty’s Typology of Participation (1995) to measure the extent of level of participation of the respondents. The Chi-square test of independence with 0.05 level of confidence was used to test the relationship of respondents’ perceived role with their level of awareness, and the relationship of their level of participation with their level of awareness. According to the data, the respondents were informed about the project by their family, friends, neighbors, other acquaintances, and through public announcements. The proponents of the project asked the respondents to attend meetings, orientations, trainings, and seminars about the project. They were also asked to assist their community’s visitors and
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