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SOCIOLOGY: FAMILY SIZE PREFERENCE AMONG MARRIED COUPLES

Abstract This study was on Sociology: family size preference among married couples. two objectives were raised which included: To determine the basic factors that motivates family in the choice of family size, to find out how this preference affect the family member and society and to suggest solutions with the view of eradicating the socio-economic inconveniences on the family member and the society. A total of 77 responses were received ...

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DEFINE WAYS SEXUAL ASSAULT AND DOMESTIC VIOLENCE CAN BE STOPPED IN ISIODU COMMUNITY

Abstract Female population accounted for more than half of Nigerian population and they experienced gender based social injustices that prevented full exploration of their potentials. One of these social injustices is domestic violence against women. The problem of violence against women in Nigeria had not been given adequate attention both at the individual and government levels. This article did a general review of the present state of situation as regards ...

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ATTITUDE OF MUSLIMS ELITE TOWARD MARRIAGE

ABSTRACT At first glance, the subject of Islamic influence on the Dukku people toward the attitude of marriage seem easy to write about, but it is, infact extremely difficult. No previous researcher, either early or modern, has compiled any work dealing specifically with this topic. And if there is, I couldn’t find any to lay my hands on. I personally conducted oral interview with the people of the area and ...

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IMPACT OF SPORT BETTING ON NIGERIAN YOUTHS

ABSTRACT This study was carried out  on the impact of sport betting on Nigerian youths using selected youths in Warri as case study. To carry out the study, 7 research questions were posed. The study adopted a descriptive survey design. The study was done in Warri, Delta State. The population of the study comprised of selected youths resident in Warri, Delta State. The population size of the study was 120. ...

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FACTORS INFLUENCING FEMALE PARTICIPATION IN SPORTS AMONG UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS

ABSTRACT This study in its totality is an attempt to investigate the factors influencing female participation in sports among undergraduate students of the University of Benin. The need for this study becomes necessary owing to the fact that despite the health benefits derivable from sports participation, female participation is at the very low level. During the process of carrying out this investigation, two hypothesis were formulated and tested. 150 copies ...

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ANALYSIS OF COVID-19 LOCKDOWN AND INCREASED HUNGER AMONGST CITIZENS

ABSTRACT  The main focus of this study is to present an analysis of impact of covid-19 lockdown andd increased hunger on the Citizen using Iyana-Paja in Alimosho Local government Area of Lagos as case study. The study adopted survey research design. Using convenience sampling method, the researcher purporsively selected 150 respondents who are resident of Iyana-paja. Questionnaire was issued and 139 out of 150 was retrieved and validated for the ...

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THE SOCIO-CULTURAL IMPACT OF CHILDLESSNESS AMONG MARRIED COUPLES IN NIGERIA

Abstract The research is an analysis of the socio-cultural impact of childless married couples, and it was carried out in Fagge local government area of Kano state. The study explored ways of reducing pressure both from the family and the society as a whole with particular reference to examining the existing causes and effects of infertility in the society. The instrument for data collection used for this research was questionnaire. ...

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THE EFFECT OF POVERTY AND ACCESS TO HEALTH-CARE

ABSTRACT People in poor countries tend to have less access to health services than those in better-off countries, and within countries, the poor have less access to health services. This article documents disparities in access to health services in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs), using a framework incorporating quality, geographic accessibility, availability, financial accessibility, and acceptability of services. Whereas the poor in LMICs are consistently at a disadvantage in each ...

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CAUSES AND EFFECT OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE IN NIGERIA

Abstract Domestic violence has caused so many issues in the life of many Nigerians; separating families and friends. Nigeria has always being a very peaceful nation for a very long time; the question is; where did it all went wrong? Ajegunle as the cast study is a very populated area in the heart of Lagos with people of different socio-economic background; mainly families with below income average. The main inhabitants ...

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THE NATURE AND CONSEQUENCES OF JUVENILE DELINQUENCY IN NIGERIA

ABSTRACT   Juvenile delinquency is seen as one of the menace that destroys life and property in our society today. Because of the nature of crime committed by juvenile parents, guidance, sponsors and well wishers are worried and disturbed about our future leaders. Crime associated with juvenile include: rape, stealing, kleptomanism, burglary, disobedience, homicide, truancy, vandalization and robbery etc. therefore, this study seeks to look at the nature and consequences ...

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FAMILY FACTORS AND ANTISOCIAL BEHAVIOR IN UYO LOCAL GOVERNMENT

TABLE OF CONTENT Title page Approval page Dedication Acknowledgment Abstract Table of content CHAPETR ONE 1.0   INTRODUCTION  1.1        Background of the study 1.2        Statement of problem 1.3        Research questions 1.4        Objective of the study 1.5        Significance of the study 1.6        Scope of the study 1.7       Definition of terms CHAPETR TWO LITERATURE REVIEW 2.1 introduction 2.2 conceptual review 2.3 empirical review CHAPETR THREE 3.0        Research methodology 3.1    sources of data collection 3.3        Population of the study 3.4        Sampling and sampling ...

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PARENTING STYLES AND GENDER AS PREDICTORS OF DISPOSITION TOWARDS ANTISOCIAL BEHAVIOUR

ABSTRACT This study investigated the influence of parenting style and Gender as predictors of disposition towards antisocial behavior two hundred (200) SS1 students of Secondary Schools in Enugu (Trans-Ekulu Girls‚Äü Secondary School, Enugu, Federal Government College, Enugu, New-Haven Boys‚Äü Secondary School, Enugu) participated in the study. Participants were within the age range of 13 and 18 years with a mean age of 15.5 using ANOVA. The results of ANOVA showed ...

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SOCIO-ECONOMIC DETERMINANTS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

ABSTRACT "On a daily basis, Nigerian women are beaten, raped and even murdered by members of their family for supposed transgressions, which can range from not having meals ready on time to visiting family members without their husband's permission," adding that "husbands, partners and fathers are responsible for most of the violence’s. This research was based on domestic violence in Agege local government, Lagos state Nigeria. The people of Agege ...

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STIGMA AND THE MANAGEMENT OF LEPER IDENTITY IN ASKIRA/UBA LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF BORNO STATE, NIGERIA

ABSTRACT Leprosy also known as Hansen’s disease, unlike most diseases, attracts a significant level of discrimination. Stigma attached to the disease negatively affects individuals infected with leprosy. This study sought to understand stigma and the management of leper identity in Askira/Uba Local Government Area of Borno State, Nigeria. The objectives of this study are; to determine the prevalence of leprosy in Askira/Uba Local Government Areas of Borno State, to identify ...

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PREVALENCE AND CAUSES OF RECIDIVISM IN KADUNA AND ZARIA PRISONS

ABSTRACT   The philosophy of prison has changed from that which serves as punishment centre to that which emphasises on rehabilitating and reforming the offender with the aid of laid down programs that aim at helping in proper transformation. Despite this ideological background, it is surprising that the rate of recidivism over the years is on a steady increase. This study therefore sought to understand the Prevalence and Causes of ...

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RESIDENTIAL SEGREGATION AND ITS EFFECTS ON THE SOCIO-ECONOMIC ACTIVITIES OF RESIDENTS IN NIGERIA

ABSTRACT The main objective of this study is to examine residential segregation and its effects on the socio-economic activities of residents in Kaduna metropolis. At the inception of Kaduna as the foremost urban centre in Northern Nigeria, people from different cultural backgrounds were attracted to the area and co-habited peacefully, turning the metropolis into a melting pot of different groups of people. Hence, Kaduna developed into a cosmopolitan centre displaying ...

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ANALYSIS OF GENDER DIFFERENTIALS IN CAREER ADVANCEMENT OF STAFF IN AHMADU BELLO UNIVERSITY, ZARIA

ABSTRACT This study analysed gender differentials in career advancement of staff in Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. The objectives were to examine the nature ofgender differentials in career advancement of staff in ABU, Zaria, factors that influencesgender differentials in career advancement of staff, effects of the factors and possible ways to enhance gender equity in career advancement of staff in ABU, Zaria. Relevant literatures were reviewed in line with the study ...

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AN ANALYSIS OF THE CHALLENGES AND COPING STRATEGIES ADOPTED BY MARRIED FEMALE STUDENTS IN GOMBE STATE UNIVERSITY, NIGERIA

ABSTRACT This study examined the challenges and coping strategies of married female students in Gombe State University. The objectives were to examine the challenges faced by married female students in Gombe State University, investigate how the challenges faced by married female students in Gombe State University affect them and their academic performances, find out the coping strategies adopted by married female students to overcome their academic challenges and to proffer ...

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AN ASSESSMENT OF THE NIGERIAN GOVERNMENT AMNESTY PROGRAMME IN THE NIGER DELTA REGION

Abstract   Amnesty Programme was set up by the federal government of Nigeria under president Umaru Yar‚Äüadua administration to address many years of conflict that characterized the Niger Region. In its formulation, the programme has three core focuses which are Disarmament, Demobilization, and Reintegration. This work focuses on the rehabilitation and Reintegration part of the programme with a specific attention on training, job creation and constructive engagement. This research therefore ...

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A STUDY OF THE HANDLING OF INMATES AND THE NATURE OF INMATE SUBCULTURE IN SELECTED PRISONS IN NIGERIA

ABSTRACT   The study focused on the handling of inmates and the nature of inmate subculture in selected prisons in Nigeria, namely Kirikiri Maximum Prison, Lagos, Kuje Medium Prison, Abuja and Kakuri Open Prison Camp, Kaduna. The research aimed at investigating into the treatment approach adopted by the uniformed staff in handling convicts in their custody; inmates and staff perceptions of the goals of imprisonment; the extent the prisons abide ...

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