Health consequences of sexuality education on selected secondary school adolescents
Scientific Study from the year 2010 in the subject Sociology - Children and Youth, grade: 1.0, Bowdoin College, language: English, abstract: This study was designed to examine the health consequences of sexuality education among senior secondary school adolescent in select school in Epe Area of Lagos State. It was five chapters, thorough and well researched project work. Each of the chapters of the study work contained a new and fresh information on the study. The chapter one of the study examined the introductory part as in statement of the problem, objectives of the study, research questions, hypotheses, delimitation, limitation and scope of the study. In chapter two, related and relevant topics to the study were reviewed to serve as theoretical framework to the study. The chapter three was succulently written to discuss the methods and procedures adopted in the course of conducting the study it also revealed the research instrument used, how it was administrated and analysed, were also discussed. A total number of seven hundred were randomly selected as sample for the study, having used eight senior secondary school adolescent in Epe area of Lagos State. The chapter four was analytically and descriptively written to present the data sourced through the use of questionnaire for analysis and hypothesis testing. The findings, showed that the respondents had adequate knowledge about sexuality education and its health consequences, was attributed to the various campaigns being mounted by government and non-governments organisation and by extension, the respondents exhibited some positive sexual behaviours.
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