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This study assessed and determined the significant relationship between two variables: Social Structural Factors on Academic Outcomes and Satisfaction in Online Distance Education Courses. The study participants are college students, and researchers used quota sampling since the respondents are within Panabo City. This study used a correlational research design with proper statistical tools such as Anova, Shapiro-Wilk Test, and Wilcoxon Signed-Rank Test. The adapted research questions break down into the following parts: Demographic Profile of the Study, Social Structural Factors on Academic Outcomes, and Satisfaction in Online Distance Education Courses, which data hoarded through online Google Forms. In the result, the p-value is 2.2e-16 is less than the 0.05 significance level. Therefore, there is a significant difference between the Level of Social Structural Factors on Academic Outcomes and the Level of Satisfaction in Online Distance Education Courses. Hence, it shows that Social Structural on Academic Performance influences Satisfaction in Online Distance Education Courses.
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