AN APPRAISAL OF ILLITERATE MOTHERS PERCEPTION ON BIRTH CONTROL

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ABSTRACT 
This study was undertaken to find out the attitude of illiterate mothers in Onitsha North L.G.A toward birth control. This project tries to find out why these illiterate mothers neglect birth control thus produce as many children as possible even to their own detriment. To make this study successful, questionnaires were used to collect the necessary data. In answering the question, the data collected and information gathered were analysed using the sample percentages. The result revealed that they produce many children because they have no idea of the existence of an organized instruction on birth control, some didn’t like the idea of birth control and some their husband didn’t like to practice birth control. On the basis of these findings, some recommendations were made on how to motivate people to accept and practice birth control.


TABLE OF CONTENT 
Title pagei
Approval pageii
Certificationiii 
Dedicationiv
Acknowledgement v
Table of contentvi
Abstract ix

CHAPTER ONE
1.0Introduction 1
1.1Background of the study1
1.2Purpose of study6
1.3Statement of the problems7
1.4Research Question7
1.5Significance of the study 8
1.6Scope of the study9

CHAPTER TWO
Literature Review10
Importants of birth control10
Birth control devices 14
Reasons for not practicing birth control21 

CHAPTER THREE
RESEARCH METHODOLOGY AND PROCEDURE 
3.1Research population 29
3.2Sample and sampling techniques30
3.3Instrument30
3.4Method of data analysis 30

CHAPTER FOUR
DATA PRESENTATION AND ANALYSIS
4.1List of findings36
4.2Discussion of findings 37 

CHAPTER FIVE 
SUMMARY, CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATION 
5.1Summary38
5.2Conclusion39
5.3Recommendations 40
References42
Appendix44
Questionnaire  45

AN APPRAISAL OF ILLITERATE MOTHERS PERCEPTION ON BIRTH CONTROL
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    Type Project
    Department Home Economics
    Project ID HOE0036
    Fee ₦5,000 ($14)
    No of Pages 52 Pages
    Format Microsoft Word

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