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  • 81. THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN COLLABORATIVE LEARNING METHOD AND ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE ...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background to the Study Few classrooms are homogenous in nature. The typical classroom is made up of students from diverse cultural, economic, ethnic, linguistic and social backgrounds. In addition, the classrooms comprise of students with diverse motivational and ability levels. So in the typical classroom, there are some students who benefit from the conventional ins...Continue Reading »

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  • 82. PSYCHOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF INTER ETHNIC CONFLICTS ON SOCIAL HEALTH WORKERS IN NIGE...

    » Chapter One INTRODUCTION Background to the Study Nigeria is a multi religious, multi ethnic, and multicultural society with enormous potential for economic, social, and democratic development. However, intense conflicts and violence that manifested within it even from its earliest time under the colonial rule have made development and progress elude the country. Nigeria is usually characterized as...Continue Reading »

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  • 83. THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PARENTAL ROLE AND EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION AND ITS’ ...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background to the Study The quality of life for a child and the contributions the child makes to the society as an adult can be traced back to the first few years of life. From birth until about five years old, a child undergoes tremendous growth and change. If this period of life includes support for growth in cognition, language, motor skills, adaptive skills and soc...Continue Reading »

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  • 84. TYPES, PREVALENCE AND CAUSES OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AMONG SELECTED COUPLES

    » CHAPTER ONE 1.1 Background to the Study Domestic abuse is a problem that is entrenched in many societies across the globe and Nigeria is not an exception. Research in this area such as the one done by Eneh, et al. (2005) has shown that this type of violence has traumatised many Nigerian couples. Domestic violence remains a persistent problem because of the power and control held by the abuser; the...Continue Reading »

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  • 85. THE CHARACTERISTICS OF SANDWICH STUDENTS: IMPLICATIONS FOR ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE ...

    » CHAPTER ONE 1.1 Introduction Employment for individuals, means having a job or other gainful occupation. For a nation, total employment is a measure of how well the economy provides opportunity to all who are willing and able to work. In a statistical sense, workers are considered employed if they have either full or part time paying jobs or are self employed, even if they are not working at a giv...Continue Reading »

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  • 86. THE ATTITUDE OF UNDERGRADUATE SANDWICH STUDENTS TOWARDS FAMILY PLANNING METHODS

    » INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background to the Study Education can be described as a dynamic activity which involves an orderly, deliberate and sustained effort to develop knowledge and skills (Olusakin, 1998). As Awoniyi (1999) puts it, formal education is a process by which the human mind develops through learning at school in stages from pre primary through primary, secondary to tertiary (university) insti...Continue Reading »

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  • 87. EFFECT OF WORKING MOTHERS ON THE EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT OF THEIR CHILDREN

    » CHAPTER ONE 1.1 BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY The need to make all children have access to quality education has made the Federal Government to re introduce the universal basic education which provides free and compulsory education for all children to Nigeria from basis one to basic mine. This need has made the various tiers of governments to come out with series of incentives, which would encourage chi...Continue Reading »

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  • 88. THE IMPACT OF SINGLE-PARENTING ON ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT OF STUDENTS IN SELECTED S...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background to the study Single parent families can be defined as families where a parent lives with dependent children, either alone or in a large household, without a Spouse or partner Popenoe (1997). According to Adams (1998), there was rapid increase in the number of single parent families in the latter half of the twentieth century. This change has been used by som...Continue Reading »

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  • 89. THE IMPACT OF DIFFERING WORK-LIFE BALANCES ON MARRIAGE STABILITY AMONG MARRIED C...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background to the study Marriage is a basic institution in every society. In every complete society governed by law, marriage exists as a public legal and not merely a private romantic declaration or religious rite. Hilliard (2007) submits that marriage is a social union or legal contract between people that creates kinship. It is the recognized social institution, not...Continue Reading »

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  • 90. THE EFFECTS OF COUNSELLING ON STUDENTS’ ATTITUDE TOWARDS HIV/AIDS INFECTION

    » CHAPTER ONE 1.1 Introduction/Background to the Study AIDS is an acronym for Acquired Immuno Deficiency syndrome a killer disease that progressively destroys organs of the body including the immune systems and the central nervous system. The disease is caused by a virus, the human immuno deficiency virus type I (HIV) according to World Health Organisation, (WHO, 1980). The initial symptoms of HIV &...Continue Reading »

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  • 91. STUDENTS PERCEPTION TOWARDS THE TEACHING OF SEXUALITY EDUCATION IN SECONDARY SCH...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Background of the study Sexuality education begins at home. Parents and caregiver are/and ought to be the primary sexuality educators of their children. Opportunities to discuss sexuality issues with children occur on a daily basic. According to SIECUS (2009) Sexuality education is a lifelong process of acquiring information and forming attitude, beliefs and values. it enc...Continue Reading »

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  • 92. THE INFLUENCE OF PARENTING STYLES ON SOCIAL ADJUSTMENT AMONG SECONDARY SCHOOL ST...

    » CHAPTER ONE 1.1 Introduction The study of human development is centrally concerned with understanding the processes that lead adults to function adequately within their cultures. These skills include an understanding of and adherence to the moral standards, conventional rules, and customs of the society. They also include maintaining close relationships with others, developing the skills to work p...Continue Reading »

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  • 93. THE INFLUENCE OF PARENTAL VALUE SYSTEM ON SUCCESS ORIENTATION AMONG ADOLESCENTS

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of the Study The child’s parents are the greatest influence on his/her development in two indisputable ways. Firstly, parents provide the child with his/her biological heritage. Secondly, they organize his/her life. Parents within this family structure, act as socializing agent in providing goals and value system from which the child develops various p...Continue Reading »

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  • 94. INFLUENCE OF NEED SATISFACTION ON PRONENESS TO STEALING AMONG FEMALE STUDENTS

    » CHAPTER ONE 1.1 Introduction/Background to the Study Discipline is defined in the dictionary of psychology as the control of conduct either by an external authority or by the individual himself (Drever, 1996). Also Drever (1996) defined school discipline as the externally imposed or self generated control of conduct to ensure its orderliness, social acceptability and conformity to the school regul...Continue Reading »

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  • 95. INFLUENCE OF FATHERING STYLE ON SOCIAL ADJUSTMENT AMONG ADOLESCENTS

    » CHAPTER ONE 1.0 Introduction Early pregnancy is a situation whereby a girl child is impregnated as a result of premarital sexual activity. Many girls these days are in the habit of being involved in premarital sexual acts due to civilization and education. There is no doubt that the traditional values have been overthrown in favour of liberal sexual attitude. According to Abe (1996), 63% of adoles...Continue Reading »

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  • 96. PERCEPTION OF DRUG USE AND ABUSE ON STUDENTS BEHAVIOUR IN PUBLIC SECONDARY SCHOO...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Background of the study The abuse of drugs constitutes one of the most important risk taking behaviour among adolescents and young adults in secondary schools. Despite worldwide concern and education about psychoactive substances, self medication and misuse of illicit drugs, many adolescents have limited awareness of their adverse consequence. Drug use is as old as the his...Continue Reading »

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  • 97. PERSONALITY DISPOSITIONS AND ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AMONG UNIVERSITY STUDENTS

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.3 Background to the Study Every individual is a unique being. No two individuals are exactly the same, not even identical twins. This uniqueness may be referred to as individual differences. However, despite the diversity in our individuality, people still share certain characteristics with others. Undergraduates students are not in any way exempted from these individual...Continue Reading »

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  • 98. INFLUENCE OF MATE SELECTION AND SELF-DISCLOSURE ON MARITAL STABILITY AMONG COUPL...

    » CHAPTER ONE 1.0 Introduction 1.1 Background to the Study The choice of a mate is a problem that human beings share with most other animals, because successful reproduction is central to natural selection. Peahens choose among most attractive peacocks, female elephant seals and even promiscuous chimpanzees exercise choice about their chimps with which they will be promiscuous (Broude, 1994). In eve...Continue Reading »

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  • 99. PARENTAL INFLUENCE AND SOCIO-ECONOMIC FACTORS AS CORRELATES OF PERSONALITY ADJUS...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background to the Study Parents are the greatest single influence on their children’s development in two indisputable ways. Parents act as socializing agents in providing goals and value system from which the child develops various patterns of behaviours. In some situations, parents adopt care free attitude towards the learning of their children, even their socia...Continue Reading »

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  • 100. PARENTAL INFLUENCE AND CULTURAL BELIEFS AS CORRELATES OF SECONDARY SCHOOL GIRLS ...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of Study Chemistry is a scientific study of structures, substances, how they react and behave under different conditions. (Advanced Learners Dictionary 2006). Chemistry is one of the core science subjects in secondary school curriculum. It is a subject with wide knowledge area. This position makes aspiring students to embrace it early but often, parental per...Continue Reading »

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