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SEX WORK AS A SURVIVAL STRATEGY AMONG FEMALE UNDERGRADUATES. (EKITI STATE UNIVERSITY AS A CASE STUDY)

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The negative implications of sex work in Ekiti-State particularly among undergraduates has become a societal issues that need urgent attention-undergraduates sex work as a survival strategic behaviour had been identified to be common in hotels, bars, brothels, in their hostels around the campus and on the street as avenue/or action, (Onah, 2000)

This study adopts the descriptive research design by making use of questionnaires in eliciting response on all the variables under investigation and described as they occur in the study. With the purpose of examine the prevalence of sex work behaviour among female undergraduates in EKSU. to investigate the impact of socioeconomic status on sex work behaviour among female undergraduates, this study make use of 150 respondents randomly selected to among undergraduate students in Ekiti State University andflve (5) in-depth interview among female students who practiced sex work. This study found out that sex work is common among EKSU undergraduates; it has also identified financial constraint and societal/peers influence 0n the practice of work among female students. The test of relationships with parental/sponsor's financial standing and sex work revealed that there is no significant relationship between them as chi-square (X2=3.023, P=0.55) but influence of peer group and financial constraint was identified to be significant to sex work. The university management is therefore advised ta ensure disciplines among their staff and remove bad eggs among academia which are encouraging the menace of sex work.

SEX WORK AS A SURVIVAL STRATEGY AMONG FEMALE UNDERGRADUATES. (EKITI STATE UNIVERSITY AS A CASE STUDY)

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Type Project
Department Sociology
Project ID SOC0325
Price ₦3,000 ($9)
No of Pages 81 Pages
Format Microsoft Word

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    Type Project
    Department Sociology
    Project ID SOC0325
    Price ₦3,000 ($9)
    No of Pages 81 Pages
    Format Microsoft Word

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