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Reproductive and Sexual Health Attitude and Behaviour of Secondary School Students in Udenu Local Government Area, Enugu State

Abstract

 The purpose of the study was to find out the reproductive and sexual health attitude and behaviour of secondary school students in Udenu Local Government Area, Enugu State. To achieve the purpose of the study, fourteen specific objectives with corresponding research questions were posed and four hypotheses postulated. Descriptive survey research design was used for the study. The population for the study consisted of 15364 students while multi-stage sampling procedure was used to draw a sample of 768 students used for the study. The instrument for data collection was the 51 item researcher’s designed questionnaire. The research questions were answered using means and percentages while null hypotheses were tested using t-Test and Chi-Square statistics. The major findings of the study were as follows: Secondary school students had positive attitude towards sexual behaviour (x ̅ = 2. 55) and STIS (x ̅ = 2. 60). The students also had negative attitude towards family planning (x ̅ = 2.38), safe motherhood (x ̅ = 2.03) and safer sex (x ̅ = 2=.41). The overall RSH attitude of male and female students was negative (male x ̅ = 2.38 < female x ̅ = 2.39). Also the overall attitude of public and private secondary school towards RSH was negative (public x ̅ = 2.46 > private x ̅ = 2.33). Majority of the male and female secondary school students indicated different sexual behaviours with slightly higher proportion of females than males (females = 70.7% > males = 71.1%) and sager sex (females = 65% > males = 64.8%). Majority of the students with slightly higher proportion of males than females indicated different STIS (males = 61.0% > females = 60.8%). Less than one Fifth of the students with slightly higher proportion of males than females indicated different family planning behaviours (males = 17.4% > females 13.6%) while more than one-third of the students with slightly more proportion of males than females indicated different safe motherhood behaviours (Male =36.3% > females = 36.0%). Majority of the public and private school students with slightly higher proportion of public than private school students indicated different sexual behaviour (public = 71.5% > private 70.3%), safer sex (public = 66.2% > private 64.0%) and STIS with slightly higher proportion of private than public school students (public = 58.7% < private 63.2%). Less than one-fifth of the public and private school students also indicated different family planning (public = 14.0% with slightly higher proportion of public than private school students. There was no significance difference in attitude of students towards RSH according to gender and public and private school respectively. There was also no significance difference in behaviour of the students regarding RSH according to gender and public and private school. The researcher recommended encouragement of set values, good family communication on sex matters, super vision of films brought into the country and programmes that are aired from the media houses and even internet and sex education at early ages.

Project detailsContents
 
Number of Pages152 pages
Chapter one Introduction
Chapter two Literature review
Chapter three  methodology
Chapter  four  Data analysis
Chapter  five Summary,discussion & recommendations
ReferenceReference
QuestionnaireQuestionnaire
AppendixAppendix
Chapter summary1 to 5 chapters
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