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PREMARITAL SEX AND ABORTION AS PERCEIVED CAUSE AND PREDISPOSING FACTORS OF ILL-HEALTH CONDITIONS AMONG STUDENTS OF OLABISI ONABANJO UNIVERSITY

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ABSTRACT
Premarital sex leading to abortion is a common phenomenon among youths especially the undergraduate which has led to several physiological and sociological  health issues such as sepsis, uterine damage, and sometimes infertility with social stigma and broken homes. The study was conducted among undergraduate students of Olabisi Onabanjo University to elicit information about the knowledge of ill health consequences of premarital sex and abortion. Two hundred and forty participants were randomly selected from three faculties of the university. Self structured, validated and trial tested  questionnaire was the instrument used for data collection. Multiple regression and t-test were the statistics used for testing the hypotheses at 0.05 level of significance.The findings revealed that the youths understand that premarital sex causes and predispose to ill health conditions: (r2=0.007, p<0.05) also Abortion was said to cause and predispose to ill health (r2=0.055,p<0.05). Also, there is no significant difference in the perception of both male and female students on premarital sex and abortion as causes and predisposing factors, of ill health conditions using t-test analysis.
It is therefore recommended that since the knowledge is existing, there is need for further education on behavioral change towards a healthy sexuality education among the youths.

Table of Contents
Page
Title Page                                                                               i
Certification                                                                               ii
Dedication                                                                                iii
Acknowledgement                                                                   iv 
Abstract                                                                                 vi
Table of content                                                                                 vii

Chapter One: Introduction
1.1 Background to the Study                                                             1
.2 Statement of Problem                                                                     4
1.3 Objective of the Study                                                 5
1.4 Research Questions                                                               5
1.5 Hypotheses                                                                           6
1.6 Significant of the Study                         6
1.7 Delimitation of the Study                                                               7
1.8 Limitation of the Study                                                                 7
1.9 Definition of Terms                                                                       7

Chapter Two: Literature Review
2.0 Introduction to the Literature                                                         9
2.1 Theoretical Approach                                                                     10
2.2 Empirical Review                                                                         23         

Chapter Three: Research Methodology
3.0 Introduction                                                                                 32                                                         
3.1 Research Design                                                                           32
3.2 Population                                                                                   32               
3.3 Sample and Sampling Techniques                                                 33
3.4 Research Instrument                                                                       33
3.5 Validity of Research Instrument                                                   34             
3.6 Reliability of Instrument                         34
3.7 Administration of Instrument                         34
3.8 Method of Data Analysis                                                               35

Chapter Four: Presentation of Findings and Data Analysis
4.1 Introduction                                                                                 36         
4.2 Data Analysis and Interpretation                   36
4.3 Test Hypotheses                                39
4.4 Discussion of Findings and Summary of Findings                           42

Chapter five: Summary, Conclusion and Recommendations
5.0 Introduction                                                                                   45
5.1 Summary                                     45
5.2 Conclusion                                                                                           46
5.3 Recommendation                                                                           47
References                                                                                     48
Appendix l                                                                                           53




PREMARITAL SEX AND ABORTION AS PERCEIVED CAUSE AND PREDISPOSING FACTORS OF ILL-HEALTH CONDITIONS AMONG STUDENTS OF OLABISI ONABANJO UNIVERSITY

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