EFFECT OF PRE-MARITAL SEX AMONG THE YOUTHS

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TABLE OF CONTENT

Chapter one

Introduction

Origin of drugs use and abuse

Drugs commonly abused

Prevention of drug abuse

Research questions

Purpose of the study

Significance of the study

Delimitation of the study

Definition of terms

Chapter two

Literature review

 

Chapter three

Research methodology

Research design

The study population

Sampling procedure

The research instrument

The administration of questionnaire

Analysis of data

Chapter four

Analysis and interpretation of data

Discussion of findings

Chapter five

Summary, recommendation and conclusion

Summary

Recommendation

Conclusion

Suggestion for further studies

Bibliography

Appendix

values and education in Nigeria, women have continued to acquire skills in dealingwith males in a culture in transition. This has led to an increased tendency to delaymarriage and an increased incidence of premarital sexual relationships. In sometribal cultures, in fact, it is more common today to demand pregnancy rather thanvirginity as a prerequisite for marriage. This is especially true among the educatedyoung. Also, most of the popular music and advertisements glamorize sexuality,even though there is still a strong disapproval of open discussion of sexuality.Hausa culture today is predominantly Islamic, making it difficult todistinguish tribal Hausa cultural norms from Islamic injunctions. Although Hausaculture has remnants of non-Islamic and distinctly indigenous practices that are part of their rites of passage, a marriage of convenience has evolved betweenIslamic injunctions and aspects of Hausa cultural norms that do not conflict withthe religion. Islam is a way of life for its adherents, with rules and regulationsguiding all aspects of life. Its strong moral code emphasizes chastity, and prohibitsloitering, soliciting, and unnecessary intermingling of the sexes. Islam permitswomen to go out of their houses only to pursue lawful needs such as theacquisition of knowledge or to work and contribute to societal development.Marriage before age 18 was the norm among Muslim Hausa girls before thecolonial era and the introduction of secular education. Most parents in those days preferred to marry off their daughters at age 12.
According to Maduro, (1989) every religion is situated in a specifichuman context in a concrete, determined geographical space, historical moment,and social milieu. Members of a religion share certain collective dimensions-social, economic, political, cultural, educational, military, etc. Religion is thereforeclosely linked and interrelated with all the dimensions of the life of a community. Pre-Marital Sex
Because religion is part of a society, it follows that anything that affects people’s
lives will affect their religion. Hence, religion affects sexuality. Nigerian society is dominated by two religions: Islam and Christianity.They are the main source of our Nigerian religious value systems, which affectsexual attitude and behavior. Christianity, for instance, expects men and women tohold in high esteem the religious value of sexual purity. Girls are expected to bevirgins at the time of marriage. Islam allows female children to be given inmarriage before the age of puberty. These practices ensure that the female child isa virgin at marriage. Similarly, Christianity and Islam emphasize that adultery isunacceptable. However, our culture expects men to do what women are not to do.Our culture allows and even encourages a man to contract polygynous marriages.While extramarital sex is publicly frowned on, a man who engages in extramaritalsex is privately hailed for his behavior. Pre-Marital Sex
EFFECT OF PRE-MARITAL SEX AMONG THE YOUTHS

Originally posted 2016-09-23 17:56:57.