INFLUENCE OF GENDER AND LOCALITY ON THE ATTITUDE OF ADOLESCENTS TOWARDS AIDS

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Title Page
Certification
Dedication
Acknowledgment
Table of Contents
List of Table
Abstract

CHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTION
1.1   Background of the Study
1.2   Purpose of Study
1.3   Statement of the Problem
1.4   Operational Definition of Terms

CHAPTER TWO: LITERATURE REVIEW
2.1   Theories of Attitude Formation
2.2   Cognitive Theories of Attitude
2.3   Definition of Attitude
2.4   Empirical Review
2.5   Summary of the Literature
2.6   Hypotheses

CHAPTER THREE: METHODOLOGY
3.1   Participants
3.2   Instruments
3.3   Procedure
Design and Statistics


CHAPTER FOUR: RESULTS
4.0   Results
4.1   Summary of the Findings

CHAPTER FIVE
5.1   Discussion
5.2   Implications of the Study

CHAPTER SIX
Summary, Conclusion and recommendation
6.1   Summary of the Study
6.2   Conclusion
6.3   Suggestion for further study
6.4   Limitation of the Study
References
Appendices


ABSTRACT
This study investigated Influence of Gender and Locality on the Attitude of Adolescent Towards ADIS. 100 were Adolescent randomly selected from urban and rural area for the study. The age range was between 15-19 years with a mean age of 17years. Attitude towards AIDS scale Comoluabi 1995 was used for data collection. 2´2 factorial design was used and a two way ANOVA was also adopted as a statistical test, findings showed no significant gender difference. Male and female share similar attitude towards AIDS. There was a significant localfect. Those who live in the urban area were found to have more posture attitude than those who live in rural area. There was significant interaction effect, findings were discussed in relation to literature review and recommendation were also made.


CHAPTER ONE
INTRODUCTION
1.1  BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY
        The ravages of the AIDS epidemic have made this disease the highest priority of our health system. In the absence of a cure, or more effective prevention or treatment, it was projected in 1993 (Chesney, 1993) that the world could expect 30 to 40 million new cases by 2000 (Mann, 1991). These projections are on tract or are proving to be underestimated particularly in developing nations.
        In 2000, the total number of people living with HIV was estimated at 34.3 million, in the hardest hit regions in Southern Africa, between 15% and 30% of the adults population are believed to be HIV positive. Furthermore, the United Nations estimated that at least 2 of every 5 girls and boys, who are 15 years old today, in the countries in Southern Africa, will die of AIDS (Schwartlanders, Garnelt, walkers, and Anderson, 2000).
        AIDS/HIV is a disease which affects human immune system. AIDS has become...

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