Project Topic on RELIGIOSITY, PARENTAL MONITORING AND GENDER AS PREDICTORS OF SOCIAL COMPETENCE AMONG SECONDARY SCHOOL ADOLESCENTS

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'The study investigated religiosity, parental monitoring and gender as predictors of social competence among adolescents in secondary schools in Enugu State. Three hundred and sixty (360) students from Girls’ Secondary School Emene, Community Secondary School Emene, St. Joseph Secondary School Emene and St. Patrick Secondary School Emene (180 males and 180 females) participated in the study. The adolescents’ ages ranged from 12 years to 17years, with mean age of 14.5 years. Three instruments were used for data collation in the study: Religious Affiliation Scale; Parental Monitoring Measure and Social Competence-Teen Survey. Multiple regression was used for data analysis and the result showed that religiosity did not significantly predict adolescents’ social competence.The result showed that parental monitoring significantly predicted adolescents’ social competence (β= .21, t =3.60, p < .001). The result equally indicated that gender significantly predicted adolescents social competence (β= .15, t = 2.54, P < .05). The implications and limitations of the findings were highlighted and suggestions made for further studies.



TABLE OF CONTENTS

Title Page i

Certification ii

Dedication iii

Acknowledgments iv

Table of Contents v

List of Tables vi

Abstract vii

CHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTION 1

Statement of the Problem 12

Purpose of Study 13

Operational Definition of Terms 13

CHAPTER TWO: LITERATURE REVIEW

Theoretical Review 15

Empirical Review 22

Summary of Literature Review 32

Hypotheses 33

CHAPTER THREE: METHOD

Participants 34

Instruments 34

Procedure 36

Design/Statistics 37

CHAPTER FOUR: RESULTS 38

CHAPTER FIVE: DISCUSSION 40

Implications of the study 43

Limitation of the study 44

Suggestions for further studies 44

Summary and Conclusion 44

REFERENCES 46

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RELIGIOSITY, PARENTAL MONITORING AND GENDER AS PREDICTORS OF SOCIAL COMPETENCE AMONG SECONDARY SCHOOL ADOLESCENTS
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    Type Project
    Department Psychology
    Project ID PSY0183
    Fee ₦3,000 ($20)
    No of Pages 79 Pages
    Format Microsoft Word

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