ATTITUDE AND PERCEPTION OF SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS TOWARDS HIV/AIDS IN NIGERIA SECONDARY SCHOOLS. - UNIPROJECTS

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ATTITUDE AND PERCEPTION OF SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS TOWARDS HIV/AIDS IN NIGERIA SECONDARY SCHOOLS.



TABLE OF CONTENTS
Title page                                                                                                                
Approval page                                                                                                         
Certification                                                                                                            
Dedication                                                                                                              
Acknowledgements                                                                                               
Table of contents                                                                                                   
Abstract                                                                                                                  
CHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTION                                                     
Background to the Study                                                                                     
Statement of the Problem                                                                                    
Purpose of the Study                                                                                            
Significance of the Study                                                                            
Scope of the Study                                                                                          
Research Questions                                                                                                          
Research hypotheses                                                                                            
Assumption of the study                                                                                      
Definition of terms                                                                                                
CHAPTER TWO: LITERATURE REVIEW
Theoretical framework                                                                                       
Review of related empirical studies                                                             
Concepts of HIV/AIDS                                                                          
History of HIV/AIDS                                                                                    
Global perception of HIV/AIDS                                                                  
Risk behavior of Students towards HIV/AIDS                                                     
Students understanding regarding HIV/AIDS                                              
Effect of Sex education on students’ attitude towards HIV/AIDS transmission
Knowledge, perception and attitude towards HIV/AIDS among secondary
 school students                                                                                                       
The role and responsibilities  of the Nigeria counselors in preventing HIV/AID
Summary of literature Review                                                                        
CHAPTER THREE: METHODOLOGY                                     
Research Design                                                                                                     
Area of Study                                                                                                   
Population of the study                                                                                          
Sample and Sampling Techniques                                                                      
Instrument  for data collection                                                                             
Validity of the Instrument                                                                                     
Reliability of the Instrument                                                                                
Administration of the Instrument                                                                        
Data analysis and technics                                                                                               
CHAPTER FOUR: RESULT AND DISCUSSION                                             
Introduction                                                                                                             
Analysis of Research Questions                                                                           
Testing and Interpretation of hypotheses                                                                        
Discussion of findings                                                                                         






CHAPTER FIVE: SUMMARY, CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATION
Summary                                                                                                                  
Conclusion                                                                                                               
Recommendations                                                                                                  
References                                                                                                               
Appendix                                                                                                                  




ABSTRACT
The study was designed to assess the attitude and perception of secondary schools students towards HIV/AIDs in Nigeria secondary school, a case study of Ikere Local Government area of Ekiti state. In order to effectively execute this study, four hypotheses were formulated. The significant level of 0.05 was adopted to reject or accepts the hypotheses. The sample size consisted of one hundred twenty students who were drawn from five secondary schools in Ikere Ekiti. Data that were collected were analysed. Statistical methods employed in analysing the data were chi square test  Percentages, Frequencies and Distribution were all employed in the data analysis. The study also shows  that there is a relationship between students’ socio-economic status and their knowledge, attitude and belief toward HIV/AIDS. It was recommend that the school authorities  and the other agencies concerned should came forward to design awareness campaigns for the benefit of the students in the study area and Nigeria at large so as to help them develop proper understanding of what HIV/AIDS is, how it is spread, and how it is prevented. Also given the present lack of curative drug for AIDS, the emphasis must be on education, prevention and research between  the students’ in  secondary schools. Finally, Community and Non-Government Organizations (NGOs) need to provide loans/grants to students, particularly those students’ from low socio-economic status, to enable them become self-reliant through Income Generating Activities (IGA) in order to alleviate poverty which is the major cause of HIV/AIDS transmissions.

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