SEXUAL IMMORALITY AMONG CHRISTIAN FEMALE STUDENTS IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN KOGI STATE


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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Title Page
Abstract
Table of Contents

CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION
1.1       Background to the Study
1.2       Statement of the Problem
1.3       Objectives of the Study
1.4       Research Questions
1.5       Hypotheses
1.6       Significance of the Study
1.7       Scope and Delimitation of the Study
1.8       Basic Assumptions

CHAPTER 2: REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE
2.1       Introduction
2.2       Concept of Morality
2.3       Concept of Immorality
2.4       Concept of Sex
2.5       Concept of Sexual Immorality
2.6       Old Testament Teaching on Sexual Immorality
2.7       New Testament Teaching on Sexual Immorality
2.8       Causes of Immorality in the Society
2.9       Effects of Immorality in the Society
2.10     Empirical Studies
2.11     Summary

CHAPTER 3: RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
3.1       Introduction
3.2       Research Design
3.3       Population of the Study
3.4       Sample and Sampling Techniques
3.5       Instrumentation
3.5.1    Validity of the Instrument
3.5.2    Pilot Study
3.5.3    Reliability of the Instrument
3.6       Administration of Questionnaire
3.7       Method of Data Analysis

CHAPTER 4: RESULTS AND DISCUSSIONS
4.1       Introduction
4.2       Demographic Data of the Respondents
4.2.3  Cause of Sexual Immorality among Christian Female Students in Secondary Schools in Kogi State
4.2.4    The Effects of Sexual Immorality among Christian Female Students
4.3       Test of Hypotheses
4.4       Summary of Major Findings
4.5       Discussion of the Findings

CHAPTER 5: SUMMARY, CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS
5.1       Summary
5.2       Conclusions
5.3       Recommendations
5.4       Suggestions for Further Research
            References
            Appendix



ABSTRACT

This study investigated “Sexual Immorality among Christian Female Students in Secondary Schools in Kogi State.” The involvement of teenagers, adolescents, youths and students in sexual immorality has become a serious problem and concern to parents, religious leaders, school authorities, government in particular and the society in general. The population of this study comprised of secondary school students and teachers in Kogi state. A total of seven hundred and fifty (750) respondents were selected as sample for this study. The sample size of students selected was four hundred (400) while the sample size of teachers selected was three hundred and fifty (350) randomly sampled across the three senatorial districts in Kogi state. The objectives of this study is to find out the causes of and effects perceived sexual immorality among Christian female students and to suggest possible ways of minimizing it. To achieve this purpose, a questionnaire containing four sections was developed and standardized. The questionnaire was structured based on the research questions, hypotheses and objectives. T-test was used in the analysis of the data, major findings observed in this study revealed that sexual immorality among Christian female students is caused by factors such as parental negligence, poverty, influence from peer group and watching of immoral video films. The study revealed that the effects of sexual immorality among Christian female students include unwanted pregnancy, abortions and spread of sexually transmitted diseases. In conclusions, parents/guardians should take special interest in curbing moral decadence among their female children, failure of which, will contribute negatively on their female children. The recommendations given include parents/guardians should keep a close watch on the type of friends their daughters keep and video films they watch at home. The government should improve the economy and censor magazines and video films that are immorals.



CHAPTER 1

INTRODUCTION

1.1              The Background to the Study

At the secondary school level, most female students are at the adolescent stage,

a developmental period which can decide a person’s current and future health. This is because it is at this time that individuals begin to make independent decisions about health-risk and health-enhancing behaviour. According to Cha (2005), Physiological, psychological and cognitive changes associated with sexual dispositions are experienced during this period. Thus, it is not unusual for adolescents to have the physical characteristics of adults in early adolescence and yet have the limited psychological, social and cognitive development consistent with childhood. Risky premarital sexual behaviour, one of the major problems of adolescence, is a result of the developmental characteristics of adolescence.

No other single age group sustains the negative health outcomes from their sexual behaviour as the adolescents. Adolescent girls contribute 55% of all clandestine abortions in the country, and the national HIV sero-prevalence figure for age 15-19 years is 3.6% (Bankole, Oye-Adeniran, Singh, Adewole, Sedgh and Hussain, 2006 and Fatusi and Blum, 2008).Sexual immorality is an area which many people find strange because it is one of the most complex and most controversial areas to venture into in contemporary times. Many people would think of the discussion on sexual immorality as a taboo that culture or custom forbids. Adults in the community frown at sexual immorality because it is a taboo and it brings shame to the family and relations of girls who happen to be victims of the act....


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