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IMPLUWENSYA NG MUSIKA NA GINAGAMIT SA RESTAURANT AT FASTFOOD

Innah Gabrielle Abante
Ellen Grace Bañares
Cyril Estremadora
Farrah Juria
Leslie Grace Lasala
Rta Rose Martinez

Bb. Flor D Marco
INTRODUKSYON AT PAGLALAHAD NG TESIS
Sa panahong ito madaming naglunsaran at sitayuang mga establisyamentong kainan dito sa Pilipinas at maging sa ibang bansa. Kung kaya’t halos ng mga ito ay karaniwang gumagamit ng musika bilang isang background na tugtog sa hapagkainan. Isa ito sa mga paraan ng mga kainan na makakabigay ng kawilihan at dagdag na kasiyahan sa isang taong kumakain at may maidudulot na pagsamantalang kapayapaan ng isip o magandang epekto sa pakiramdam ng tao kapag ito ay napakinggan.
Samakatwid ang pag-aaral na ito ay tumatalakay tungkol sa epekto at impluwensya ng musika habang kumakain ang isang tao sa mga kainan at anu-ano ang mga naidudulot nito, kung nakuntento ba o nakadagdag ba sa isang kustomer ang musika sa naibigay na serbisyo ng isang kainan at kung naganahan ba sila sa pagkain o kung anu ang mas tumatak sa kanilang pananatili sa isang kainan.
Itong pananaliksik na ito ay makakatulong sa mga may ari ng isang kainan o tagapamahala at makapagbigay ng ideya sa mga konsumer/kustomer kung ano ang mga uri ng kainan ang nag ooffer ng magandang kalidad ng serbisyo at pagkain. Mapapalawak ang kaalaman ng mga studyante ng Bachelor of Science in Foodservice and Institutional Management sa larangan ng pagbibigay ng maayos na serbisyo. At makapagbigay ng may silbing impormasyon pagdating sa industriya ng pagbibigay serbisyo sa mga customer at consumer.

PAGLALAHAD NG SULIRANIN
1. Anong uri ng musika ang karaniwang ginagamit sa mga kainan?
2. Ano ang kaugnayan ng musika sa pagkain?
3. Anu-anu ang pagkakaiba ng mga musikang ginnagamit sa mga kainan?
4. Anu ang epekto at impluwensya ng musika habang kumakain?

REBYU NG KAUGNAY NA LITERATURA Sa nakaraang…...

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