Fraternal Researcher

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Introduction The researcher/writer is an advocate of preserving fraternities and reformation to change the negative public image of fraternities worldwide. He finished his Associate in Health Science Education in 2007; Bachelor of Science in Psychology with Certificate in Human Resource Management and Certificate in Women’s Studies in 2010; and Master of Arts in Industrial/Organizational Psychology in 2013 at Silliman University. He is currently studying Law (Juris Doctor) at the University of San Carlos in Cebu, Philippines. He has presented research studies in several regional, national and international research conferences. The first was entitled, “Relationship between Hypermasculinity and Attitudes toward Hazing among Fraternity Members” in 2009. His latest research work was entitled, “Generational Differences in Work Values across Generations”, presented at the East-West Center at the University of Hawaii in Hawaii, U.S.A., on February 2014. He spent three years traveling around the United States and Canada (2012-2015) researching and reading volumes of journals about fraternities and fraternal orders.
Interests Fraternal research studies, Anti-Hazing, Brotherhood, Sisterhood, Fraternal Organization, Friendly society, Humanitarian activities, charity work, Fraternity, Sorority, Club