• Marriage While Still Studying: Between Benefits and Challenges
    age tend to opt for early marriage, including while still being a student. The phenomenon of married while studying frequently occurs among students of public and private higher education institutions in the country. In my observation, the issue of marriage among the students has become a discussion...
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  • Early Marriage
    including health consequences, character building and education as well as career opportunities. 1.2 Purpose of Research The main purpose of this research is to discover students’ opinion about early marriage. Do they agree with early marriage or not. The second goal is to know whether...
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  • Unwanted Pregnancies
    Official Publication of the Tanzania Medical Students’ Association FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH ADOLESCENT PREGNANCIES AMONG SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS. A STUDY FROM TANGA-TANZANIA. By: Nyakubega Peter (MD 5, MUHAS-2008/2009) ABSTRACT Objective To assess the factors associated with adolescent...
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  • Girls Education in Dadaab
    respondents related to factors affecting refugee girls' access to primary education. Study findings show that, high poverty levels, parental disinterest in schooling, d omestic work, early marriages and mature girl withdrawal, refugee pastoral/nomadic background, parental discrimination and...
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    legitimate offspring of both parents”. Utulu (2010) viewed marriage as ties or unions between individuals and group. Among its functions are child bearing, child rearing and sexual satisfaction. Early marriage among the youths has become so rampant today such that, the phenomenon is causing a lot...
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  • Effect of Early Marriage
    adolescents. Many factors contribute in causing early marriage, among which are traditional practices, myths about early marriage, social and economic pressures. Moreover, these causes lead to harmful consequences and violation of human rights; since early marriage deprives young girls of...
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  • Perception Of Students
    Perception of Students of Montessori Professional College About Early Engagement in Pre-Marital Sex A Research presented to the faculty of Montessori Professional College In Partial Fulfillment for the Diploma of Science in Nursing Submitted to: Mr. Jerick B. Mendoza RN...
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  • Premarital Sex to Teenagers
    premarital sex have intercourse with many different teens through the ages of 15 and 19, and increase the chance of spreading sexually transmitted diseases each time. With sexual intercourse on the rise with high school students, and its acceptance among the public, even more teens are having sex now, to the...
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  • Questions for Research Paper
    Objective Examine attitudes of university students that influence them to early marriages. Research Question(s) Why do this group of participants (undergrads/grads) choose to get marriage early and what are their views on starting a family? Marriage idealist: what are the attitudes that...
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  • Factors That Affects the Teenage Relationship
    advantages and disadvantages of early teenage relationships among high school students of St. Thomas More Academy we’ve listed the factors that we assumed as its advantages and disadvantages. 1. Early relationship is mainly caused by the young teenagers who fell in love with his/her boyfriend...
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  • FACTORS AFFECTING THE LEVEL OF COMPLIANCE OF GATEKEEPERS ON THE REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH EDUCATION OF ADOLESCENCE IN LEGAZPI HOPE CHRISTIAN HIGH SCHOOL
    teach their children in which can decrease child abortion that arises in early marriage because the parents are too young and cannot still handle a baby of their own. Table 5. Accepted Coverage on Values, Attitudes and Sources of Sexual Learning Among Parents I CAN ACHIEVE/TEACH THIS WITH MY...
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  • The Changing Roles of Women in Sweden
    because it gave them a type of union that suited their needs. Rates of consensual union among female students more than doubled between those born ! between 1936-1940 and 1946-1950. Like other groups that did not consider marriage not a realistic option, students were quick to take the...
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  • Early Marriage
    . Many factors contribute in causing early marriage, among which are traditional practices, myths about early marriage, social and economic pressures. Moreover, these causes lead to harmful consequences and violation of human rights; since early marriage deprives young girls of their right to attain...
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    Foreign studies and literature Studies about Family income or Socioeconomic status of the family reveals that there is an increased of number of the students who got pregnant during college days. According to (Wolfinger 2008), the people from impoverished families often pregnant at an early...
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  • Bel 422
    and research done, we hope that numbers of divorce cases can decrease and somehow create more smiles on other families. 1.7 Scope of the Study This study was carried by a group of students in a hope to help to overcome short term marriage among youngsters nowadays. As recorded by JAKIM, 28035...
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  • Teenage Sex
    until one is in a loving marriage to have sex. Not only is the church preaching abstinence, but now public schools are also teaching students about the advantages of abstinence. Premarital sex is a growing, and important issue. Premarital sex is usually the cause of sexually transmitted diseases...
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  • Contributing Factors to the Length of Marital Relationships
    also provided information in connection with divorce and separation and their causes. Little information is available, however, on how to deal with this problem effectively. Among the causes indicated are: women's independence; too early marriage; economic factors; poor intellectual, educational and...
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  • Factor to Consider When Selecting Instructional Method and Instructional Material
    AND RECOMMENDATIONS DISCUSSION OF RESULTS Analysis of result revealed that significant factors precipitating dropout among College of Education, Ekiadolor students are personal factors, environment influence and home background. The dropout in this area is a crucial problem. Respondent agree...
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  • Girls Education
    values attached to female education | | 10.83 | Indiscipline | | 4.17 | Pedagogical conditions | | 2.5 | Early marriages | | 14.17 | Illness | | 2.5 | The major factors according to the Dean are, pregnancies, early marriages, cultural attitude and economic factors. Most female students...
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  • Socio-Religious Movements in Maharastra and South-India (19th Century)
    aim of the society is the promulgation of theistic worship and social reform, and its early goals were opposition to the caste system, the introduction of widow remarriage, the encouragement of female education, and the abolition of child marriage. the society never required members to give up caste...
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