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Knowledge, Attitude and Acceptance of the Reproductive Health Bill of 2001 Among Third Year Student Nurses of Certain University School Year 2011- 2012

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CHAPTER IV

FINDINGS, ANALYSES AND INTERPRETATIONS

This chapter discusses the findings, analyses and interpretations of data on the following:

Personal Characteristics of the Respondents
Age. The population of the study was composed of 262 third year student nurses of a certain university. The sample size was 154 or 97.5 percent out of the 262 respondents were 19 years old and below while 4 or 2.5 percent were 20 years old and above. There were more respondents who were 19 years old and below as compared to those who were 20 years old and above. Most of the group was 1 years old and below. Sex. Out of 262 respondents 29 or 18.4 percent were male and 129 or 81.6 percent were female. There were more female as compared to male. Majority (129 or 81.6 %) of the respondents were female. Religion. Out of 262 respondents 129 or 81.6 percent were Roman Catholic, 19 or 12.0 percent were Protestant while 10 or 6.3 percent belong to other religions. There were more Roman Catholic as compared to Protestant and other religion. Majority of the respondents were Roman Catholic. Family Monthly Income. Out of 262 respondents 26 or 16.5 percent had the family monthly income of 10,000 and below, 48 or 30.4 percent had the family monthly income of 10,000- 20,000 and 84 or 53.2 percent had the family monthly income of 20,000 and above. There were more respondents that had the family monthly income of 20,000 and above as compared that had the family monthly income of 10,000- 20,000 and 10,000 and below. Type of Residence. Out of 262 respondents 98 or 62.0 percent lived in the rural area while 60 or 38.2 percent lived in urban area. There were more respondents who lived in the rural area as compared to the city. Most of the respondents were living in the rural area.

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