+234 813 0686 500
+234 809 3423 853
info@grossarchive.com

CAUSES OF IMMORALITY AMONG STUDENTS

  • Type:Project
  • Chapters:5
  • Pages:51
  • Format:Microsoft Word
(Education Project Topics & Materials)

CAUSES OF IMMORALITY AMONG STUDENTS: A CASE STUDY OF COLLEGE OF EDUCATION,

EKIADOLOR, BENIN

ABSTRACT

 The purpose of this research work is to investigate on the causes of immorality among students, a case study of College of Education, Ekiadolor-Benin and the effect of this evil acts on the academic performance of students. In achieving the said goal of this study, the researcher used College of Education, Ekiadolor as a case study, for the purpose of data collection, the researcher made use of questionnaire mostly which were administered personally to the subject and collected in the same manner. The responses were put into tables from which percentages were needed for easy analysis and interpretation. Finally, the researcher came out with her findings and listed a number of recommendations for improvement and suggestions for further research in this field that include making use of youths a subject matter and questionnaire as the data collecting too to enable respondents to determine the validity and reliability of the responses and subsequently possible tips for students in higher institution and youths in general.  

TABLE OF CONTENT

CHAPTER ONE                                                  

  1. Introduction
  2. Statement of the Problem
  3. Research Question
  4. Instruments used for Data Collection                                               
  5. Significant of Study
  6. Limitations
  7. Definition of terms

CHAPTER TWO                    

2.0    Literature two

CHAPTER THREE                                    

3.1    Research Design and methodology

3.2    Target Population

3.3    Sample Population

3.4    Instruments used for Data Collection

3.5    Method of Data Collection

3.6    Administration of Questionnaire

3.7    Method of Data Analysis

CHAPTER FOUR                                                

4.1    Data Analysis and Result

4.2    Research Findings

4.3    Discussion of Findings

CHAPTER FIVE                                        

5.0    Summary, Conclusion and Recommendations

5.1    Summary

5.2    Conclusion

5.3    Recommendations

REFERENCES                       

QUESTIONNAIRES                                 

CHAPTER ONE

INTRODUCTION

  1. BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY

Immorality among students is a major problem in the society today. It has been very disturbing that everybody is expressing a deep concern over it. Considering the considering the speed of its occurrence and the associated danger it has brought to many of its addicts. Which has population that fall victims of the act   are students, but where it is most pronounced is among the tertiary students all over the world i.e both nationally   and internationally.

        Immorality can be emulated in different ways, but before making emphasis on the types of immorality is normally used to define the term immorality i.e. immorality is normally used to describe persons or actions. In a broader sense, it can be applied to groups or corporate bodies, belief, religions and work of arts; to say that some act is immoral is to say that it is the violation of some moral laws, norms or standard.

An immoral man is a sick man, i.e. a man who is physically and spiritually sick. He may be physically healthy, but he is psychically and spiritually sick and he experiences internal disharmony. He has missed the way that leads to internal harmony, peace of mind, happiness and self fulfillment. Since the moral way of life and immoral way of life are opposites or antithetical, it is obvious that both cannot lead to the same goal, two roads going opposite directions cannot lead to the same goal or destination. If the moral way of life i.e. the way of honesty, integrity, altruism, self less services, e. t. c, is the way that leads to internal harmony, peace of mind, happiness and self-fulfillment, it is obvious to any right thinking person that the immoral way of life, i.e the way of dishonesty, fraud, selfishness, corruption, embezzlement of public funds, e. t. c, can only lead to the opposite direction.

1.2    STATEMENT OF PROBLEM           

Immorality could be a part of group pattern and it is a social situations and act of freedom. To do as one pleases. A person seeking happiness along an immoral way of life- fraudulence, dishonesty, embezzlement of public funds e. t. c, has missed the road. He can never be happy because he lacks the necessary requirement (the condition-sine- quo-non) for happiness is moral rectitude (philosopher Aristotle) the great statesman.

        Immorality among students could be as a result of:-

  1. Poor parental care or upbringing.
  2. Peer group.
  3. Everybody is doing it.
  4. Spiritual problem.
  5. Psychological problem.
    1. PURPOSE OF STUDY

In fact, it is on record that many educationists in other parts of the world- Europe and America had extensively conducted researches on the subject. “Immorality”, but in Africa, Nigeria in particular, this field is not yet properly employed obviously, the incidence of immorality of all sort has be reported. In many Educational institutions of learning and it has been observed that the act of immorality (Evil) is very rampart among tertiary institutions students. It is important to remark on the wantonness of this evil act among our youth of today.

  1. To determine the cause of immorality among today youths.
  2. To determine the effect of immoral   acts and reasonable solution for this.
  3. To reduce the effect of this evil.
  4. To set as a guide in embarking on a meaningful campaign, guidance and counselling in enlightenment the youths (students) on the danger inherent in immoral living.  
  5. SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY

This investigation work will be of immense value to the youths of the world and students who are already or about to enter the higher institutions and also to the general public, in helping to increase their awareness of the effects of immoral living to both their psychical, spiritual and social well-beings of all Christians which might also lead to external suffering or regret. The study will also broaden people’s awareness of implications of this devilish act that can lead to eternal unhappiness.

It is hoped therefore, that youths in higher institutions will be stimulated to reason positively and stop or have a rethink of their actions and give their life a chance of longevity on earth and even in life after death (eternal happiness). On the bases of this, the researcher intends drawing up conclusions, and giving a adequate and helpful suggestions that will aid in the reduction and if possible a total elimination of immoral acts among students in higher institutions and in the society at large.    

  1. SCOPE OF THE STUDY

The scope of the study covers the causes of immorality among students, a case study of college of education, Ekiadolor, Ekiadolor is chosen for this study. Many factors posed difficulties to the researcher during the cause of the study. Most prominent factors are finance, time and sentimental belief of the group to be interviewed.

Finance as a major problems in every project also pose constraint to the procurement of materials like paper for typing and duplicating the reports and infact to transport the researcher to and from Ekiadolor where the needed data for the fro Ekiadolor where the needed data for the study had to be collected. Beside these limitations, this research was carried out along with other academic work such a T. P. (teaching Practice) in the school.

Lastly, is the sentimentalism of the most time, they are all busy with their lectures, due to the facts that, for a long time, there have been a prolong strike actions by the academic and non-academic staff because of non-payment of salary (College of Education, Ekiadolor), which was a case of study for this research work and most of the respondent could better be spoken to by the understanding members of the department or school, before the student could receive questionnaire from the investigator. Some respondents, were private and personal and said if anybody wants to know better, he or she should go into the acts of immorality, but this thought and hostility were later reversed to cooperation.      

  1. RESEARCH QUESTION

For valid conclusions to be drawn in this study the following research questions have been formulated to serve as guide in the conduct of the investigation.

  1. Does poor parenting have any impact on immorality among students in higher institutions of learning?
  2. Does peer group or peer pressure have any impact on immoral living of student in higher institution of learning?
  3. Does society have any impact in immorality among student in higher institutions of learning?
  4. Does educational sector have any impact in immoral acts among students in higher institution of learning?  
    1. DEFINITION  OF TERMS

Juvenile Delinquency: This can be defined as a behaviour disorder, bad behaviour in the society.

Elimination: The removal or destruction of something or the process of getting rid of substances that are not pleasant.

Happiness: This is the process of having feelings of pleasures.

Unhappiness: A feeling of worry or annoyance because you do not like what is happening in a particular situation.

Implication: A possible future effect or result of an action event, and decision 

Altruism: This is when you care about or help other people, even though this brings no advantage to yourself.

Fraudulence: An action intended to deceive people in an illegal ways, in order to gain money, power etc.

Antithetical: The opposite of something.

Luxury: A very great comfort and pleasure, such as you get from expensive food, beautiful houses, cars etc.

Violation: An action that breaks a law.

Sentimental: This is related to feelings rather than to a particular reason.

Share This

Details

Type Project
Department Education
Project ID EDU1399
Price ₦3,000 ($9)
Chapters 5 Chapters
No of Pages 51 Pages
Format Microsoft Word

500
Leave a comment...

    Details

    Type Project
    Department Education
    Project ID EDU1399
    Price ₦3,000 ($9)
    Chapters 5 Chapters
    No of Pages 51 Pages
    Format Microsoft Word

    Related Works

    CAUSES OF IMMORALITY AMONG STUDENTS: A CASE STUDY OF COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, EKIADOLOR, BENIN ABSTRACT The purpose of this research work is to investigate on the causes of immorality among students, a case study of College of Education, Ekiadolor-Benin and the effect of this evil acts on the academic performance of students. In achieving the said... Continue Reading
      CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1   BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY Morality today, it has been observed, is increasingly on the decay. Ethics as a way of ordered living which propagates ideal communal life and human relationship is speedily waning. There is concern in several quarters that at the rate... Continue Reading
    Abstract The study investigated the effects of student?s improvised instructional materials on students? achievement in Biology. This study became necessary because of the unavailability of instructional materials for teaching biology in the secondary schools. The study employed a quasi experimental design, specifically the pretest ? posttest non... Continue Reading
    CHAPTER ONE  INTRODUCTION  1.1   BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY  Mathematics is one of the most important subjects in University admission criteria. Thus it is made compulsory for all students to offer at the JAMB examinations before they can be admitted into any higher institution of learning in Nigeria. This is because Nigeria as a nation solely... Continue Reading
    ABSTRACT This research work examined student’s teacher relationship on the socio-emotional development for students. Four schools were also selected out of which 25 students from each school giving total of 100 students. The instrument used for project is... Continue Reading
      CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1   BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY Growing public demand and legislative expectations for accountability in the past two decades have made it imperative that higher education administrators and researchers pay... Continue Reading
    ATTITUDES OF TECHNICAL AND VOCATIONAL EDUCATION STUDENTS TOWARDS STUDENTS’ INDUSTRIAL WORK EXPERICENCE SCHEME (SIWES) ABSTRACT This research work investigated the attitude of students towards students’ industrial work experience scheme (SIWES) using the descriptive survey research design. The research conducted among undergraduates students of... Continue Reading
    ABSTRACT This study focuses on the “Perception of premarital sex among students in higher education The challenges of sex before marriage have drawn concern; This is due to different social problems it generates. understanding is that, sex before marriage comes with its own dangers and if not treated properly can lead to more social problems. To... Continue Reading
    ABSTRACT This research study was solely designed to examine the issues of tobacco smoking and its effect on academic performance of students of college of education ekiadolor. In the course of this research, the... Continue Reading
    ABSTRACT The problem of students teachers during teaching practice lack of personal vigor, poor speaking habits, poor knowledge and skills, insufficient breath of knowledge, lack of interest, stress, poor... Continue Reading