THE IMPACT OF ALCOHOL ABUSE ON THE WELL BEING OF THE PEOPLE IN SLUM AREAS. A CASE STUDY OF KALALAKA DIVISION IN PALISA DISTRICT

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ABSTRACT The study aimed at establishing the impact effect of alcohol abuse on the well- being of the people in Slum areas of Kalalaka Division in Pallisa district. The objectives of the study were, to find out the causes of alcohol abuse among people in Kalalaka Division in Pallisa district, to find out the effects of alcohol abuse on well-being of life among people in Kalalaka Division in Pallisa district, and to find out ways of preventing alcohol abuse among people in Kalalaka Division in Pallisa district. A descriptive approach was adopted in this study. An explanatory research design survey involved the process of collecting data from the members of a population in order to determine the effect of alcohol abuse on the wellbeing of people in slum areas. The researcher used a sample size of 40 respondents for the study which includes the community, and the local leaders in the slum areas. Both purposive and simple sampling techniques was used to obtain the desired sample of respondents from the large population. Different people may drink for different reasons and at different times as celebration, social aspects in order to relieve tension, shyness, fear and escape from problems/pressures of life, conform to peer groups, feel good, reduce loneliness, to get drunk among other factors. The study recommended needs to increase awareness on alcohol and give the youth and other stake holders basic facts on what alcohol are and its effects. There is also need to do a campaign on where to get help if one needs treatment and rehabilitation. Enhanced interventions programs targeting the students who are at risk of developing alcohol abuse or dependence.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

DECLARATION

APPROVAL

DEDICATION iv

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT v

LIST OF TABLES ix

ABSTRACT

CHAPTER ONE 1

BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY 1

1.0 Introduction 1

1.1 Background of the study 1

1.2 Statement of the problem 3

1.3 Purpose of the study 3

1.4 Objectives of the study 3

1.5 Research questions 3

1.6 Scope of the study 4

1.7 Significances of the study 4

CHAPTER TWO 5

LITERATURE REVIEW 5

2.0 Introduction 5

2.1 Causes of alcohol abuse in Slum areas 5

2.2 The Effects of alcohol abuse among the people in Slum areas 7

2.3 Prevention measures to alcohol abuse among the people in Slum areas 8

CHAPTER THREE 10

RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 10

3.0 Introduction 10

3.1 Research design 10

3.2 Area of study 10

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3.3 Target population .10

3.4 Sample size 10

3.5 Sources of Data 10

3.6 Sampling methods 11

3.7 Research instruments 11

3.8 Data analysis 12

3.9 Limitations of the study 12

CHAPTER FOUR 13

DATA ANALYSIS, PRESENTATION AND INTERPRETATION OF FINDINGS 13

4.0 Introduction 13

4.1 Demographic characteristic ofresponses 13

4.1.1 Analysis of the respondent’s sex 13

4.1.2 Analysis of Age differences 14

4.1.3 Analysis of the marital status of the respondents 14

4.1.4 Analysis of the Education level ofrespondents 15

4.2 The causes of alcohol abuse among people 16

4.3 The effects of alcohol abuse on well-being of life among people 16

4.4 The ways of preventing alcohol abuse among people 17

CHAPTER FIVE 19

DISCUSSIONS OF THE FINDINGS 19

5.0 Introduction 19

5.1 Discussion of the findings 19

CHAPTER SIX 21

CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS 21

6.1 Conclusion 21

6.2 Recommendations 21

6.3 Further areas of the study 22

REFERENCES 23



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    Type Project
    Department Development Studies
    Project ID DVS0020
    Fee ₦5,000 ($14)
    No of Pages 37 Pages
    Format Microsoft Word

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