THE IMPACT OF AN INVESTIGATION INTO THE PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS OF RUNNING SEPARATE HOMES BY MARRIED COUPLES (A STUDY OF ORUMBA SOUTH LGA OF ANAMBRA STATE)


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TABLE OF CONTENTS
TITLE
ABSTRACT
TABLE OF CONTENT

CHAPTER ONE
1.0   INTRODUCTION
1.1   BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY
1.2   STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM
1.3   PURPOSE OF THE STUDY
1.4   SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY
1.5   RESEARCH QUESTIONS
1.6   SCOPE OF THE STUDY

CHAPTER TWO
2.0   LITERATURE REVIEW

CHAPTER THREE
RESEARCH METHODOLOGY  
3.1   AREA OF STUDY
3.2   POPULATION OF STUDY
3.3   SAMPLE AND SAMPLING TECHNIQUE
3.4   DESCRIPTION OF RESEARCH INSTRUMENT
3.5   METHOD OF DATA COLLECTION
3.1      METHOD OF DATA ANALYSIS

CHAPTER FOUR
4.0   PRESENTATION AND ANALYSIS OF DATA

CHAPTER FIVE
5.0      SUMMARY, CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATION
5.1      SUMMARY, OF FINDINGS
5.2      CONCLUSION
5.3      RECOMMENDATIONS
5.4      LIMITATIONS OF THE STUDY
REFERENCES
APPENDIX



ABSTRACT
The main involvement of the study was an investigation into the problems and prospect of running separate homes by married couples in Orumba South Local Government Area of Anambra State. Specifically, the study intends to find out the causes of running the home separately by married couples in Orumba South Local Government Area. The possible problems involved in running separately homes by married couples. The effects of running homes separate by married couples. The sample for the study were randomly selected to cover the fifteen (15) towns in Orumba South Local Government Area. The data collected was through questionnaire. Frequency and mean were used to analyze the data. The finding revealed that some causes of running separate homes by married couples are: the nature of job/occupation, socio-economic reasons and some couples are more inclined to their jobs than living together. While problems associated with running separate homes by married couples are financial problems, communication gap and suspicion\ unfaithfulness. It was observed that inability to achieve cardinal objectives of marriage. Unnecessary expenses and emotional intemperate are effects of running separate homes by married couples while woman especially are less busy, determination of married love strengthened and children reared under family that is run separately are hard working and competent enough as its prospects. The following recommendation was drawn, couples should endeavour to keep family intact for judiciously use of money for development. Couple should bridge the gag of extra–marital relationship by avoiding extended assistance. Conclusively, running separate homes by married couples constitutes a lot of problems to married couples and thus, is not advisable or encouraging to couples.




CHAPTER ONE
1.0  INTRODUCTION
1.1  BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY
Family is the oldest human institution in many ways, it is the most basic unit. It is society’s most basic unit. The entire civilization have survived or disappeared depending on whether family life was strong or weak. Before the institution is established, there must be a union of a man and woman, this union is call marriage.
        Mba (1980) stated that marriage is the state in which man and woman give themselves to each other in their life together and in procreation and training of offspring’s. The clear and certain knowledge of this institution is obtained only from the ideal of creation as revealed to the people of God in the Old Testament.
        Thus, most of us grew up in a firm belief that marriage would it did for our parents, friends and parent tomorrow. Certainly, the moves on the television programmes, the books and magazines we read all had a way of convincing us that marriage would not only solve our problems but would last a life time. Thus, in our society, adult is counted as an active member of the society if he/she is married. In view of this, it is a drama in that everyone becomes an actor or actress and not just a spectator.....

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