3 edition of Residential density and adolescent sexuality and fertility behaviours in Nigeria found in the catalog.
Residential density and adolescent sexuality and fertility behaviours in Nigeria
by Nigerian Institute of Social and Economic Research (NISER) in Ibadan
Written in English
|Statement||"Kunle Adeniji ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Adeniji, "Kunle., Nigerian Institute of Social and Economic Research.|
|LC Classifications||HQ27 .R465 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 55 p. :|
|Number of Pages||55|
|LC Control Number||00322606|
While studies in demography and public health have acknowledged the role of ethnic differences, the influence of ethnicity on youth sexual behaviour in Nigeria has received little or no attention. It is important to know how cultural norms and gender roles, which vary by ethnicity, may promote or prevent risky behaviour. Such information could provide insights into previously Cited by: It is estimated that 15 million adolescent women aged 15–19 gave birth throughout the world and about 11% of the figure is from Africa where adolescent fertility are highest ( per 1,) and about % from Nigeria (Ikwuako ). In Nigeria, major reproductive health problems identified by .
Attitudes of parents about discussing sexuality issues with adolescents may or may not be influenced by their level of knowledge on such issues. This study seeks to examine parents’ training and its effects on parent knowledge and attitudes about sexuality in Accra Metropolis, Ghana. This was an intervention study consisting of parents who were recruited through their wards from 12 Cited by: 3. Explanations are offered for the enormous differences across the world in adolescent sexuality, reproduction, and marriage. The data are drawn mainly from research programs in Nigeria, Sri Lanka, India, and Bangladesh, and comparisons are made with other countries. PIP: This exploration of the nature of adolescence draws on theories that it is Cited by:
pregnancy, and infertility. Although people of all age groups can benefit from sexuality education, this paper pays particular attention to sexuality education among young persons in Nigeria. The paper justifies the need for sexuality education in young persons and provides evidence of the benefits of sexuality education in this population. CHRISTIAN FAMILY LIFE EDUCATION: A Guide for Teaching about Adolescent Sexuality and Reproductive Health Written by Shirley Miller for Margaret Sanger Center.
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Adebboyejo Thompson & Onyenoru Ifeanyi: Residential Density and Adolescents Reproductive Health 83 Commenting on the high rates of adolescent fertility in Nigeria, Makinwa-Adebusoye and Odumosu (), expressed concern that urban adolescents continue to record high rates of illegally induced abortion with little regard forCited by: 9.
Adolescent Sexual Behaviour and Practices in Nigeria: A Twelve Year Review will impact positively on adolescent sexuality behaviours m South-western Nigeria. personnel for the teaching of. Background: While many factors such as poor negotiating skills, low self esteem, gender norms and peer pressure have been identified to influence the sexual behavior of adolescents in Nigeria, the influencing factors differ according to the context in which adolescents in Nigeria live.
Methodology: The study was a qualitative exploratory study using a focus group discussion among by: 1. Abstract This study examines the determinants of adolescent sexual behavior and fertility in Nigeria, with a special focus on knowledge, attitudes and behaviors of adolescents aged years old in Karu Local Government Authority (LGA), a peri-urban area near the capital city of Abuja.
behaviours. The immediate consequence of this is that adolescents obtain such information from unreliable sources thereby leaving them misinformed, ignorant and non-empowered.
As laudable as the school-based strategy to adolescent sexuality in Nigeria is, the present government’s approach may mean that out-of. ADENIJI,'K. () Residential Density and Adolescent Sexuality and Fertility Behaviours in Nigeria.
NISER, Ibadan. NISER, Ibadan. BOECK,F.D. () Domesticating diamonds and dollars: identity, expenditure and sharing in southwestern Zaire (). (). Desired Fertility and Fertility Behaviour among the Yoruba of Nigeria: A Study of Couple Preferences and Subsequent Fertility.
Population Studies: Vol. 49, No. 2, pp. Cited by: The adolescent fertility rate in Nigeria is births per. study on Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health in Nigeria prepared. book late (P. Suggested Citation:"7 CONSEQUENCES OF ADOLESCENT SEXUALITY AND CHILDBEARING FOR MOTHERS."National Research Council.
Social Dynamics of Adolescent Fertility in Sub-Saharan gton, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: / finder adolescent fertility questionnaire, thus making the data comparable with surveys conducted in other coun- tries (such as Liberia, Nigeria, The Gambia, Tanzania, and Zimbabwe).
The questionnaire collected informa- tion from more than 3, unmarried Kenyan men and women aged It focused on their sociodemographic. Sexual behaviour of in-school adolescents in Ibadan, South-West Nigeria Morhason-Bello IO*, Oladokun A, Enakpene CA, Fabamwo A O*, Obisesan KA, Ojengbede OA ABSTRACT This stud y was a cr ossectional sur ve y conducted among senior secondar y sc hool adolescents in Ibadan fr om.
As such, in sub-Saharan countries, more than 20% of these adolescent boys have multiple partners compared to 10% of adolescent girls who have ever had sexual intercourse (Khan and Mishra, ). In Nigeria, nearly one third of the total population of File Size: KB. THE CHALLENGES OF ADOLESCENT SEXULITY AND REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH IN NIGERIA Sexuality and reproductive health are topical issues in sociological discourse, and for the concern with reproductive health matters, including sexually transmitted diseases, STDs, and the Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome, AIDS.
Youths are among the segments of. knowledge on sexuality. Objective: The article reviewed the sexual practices and behaviours of Nigerian adolescents in the last twelve years.
Methods: Available publications in local and international journals on adolescent sexual behaviour and practices covering a twelve-year period from January Cited by: 6. Age of sexual debut is generally low, yet there is dearth of knowledge on ive: The article reviewed the sexual practices and behaviours of Nigerian adolescents in the last twelve s: Available publications in local and international journals on adolescent sexual behaviour and practices covering a twelve-year period Cited by: 6.
Adolescent sexual and reproductive health in Nigeria (English) Abstract. Nigeria is the most populous country in sub-Saharan Africa. It also has a very young population. The majority of the population is below the age of 25 years, with 22 percent of the country s population between the ages of years.
Data on sexual and Cited by: 2. Teenage sexual behaviours present a myriad of problems to the orphaned adolescents, the immediate family, and the society, all of which invariably end up with aborted prospects of developing to the limits of their full potentials.
Most of these adolescents have no knowledge of the implications of indulging in adolescent sexual Size: KB. Cite this paper: Esther Awazzi Envuladu, Van de Kwaak Anke, Prisca Zwanikken, Ayuba Ibrahim Zoakah, Sexual and Reproductive Health Challenges of Adolescent Males and Females in some Communities of Plateau State Nigeria, International Journal of Psychology and Behavioral Sciences, Vol.
7 No. 2,pp. doi: /uthor: Esther Awazzi Envuladu, Van de Kwaak Anke, Prisca Zwanikken, Ayuba Ibrahim Zoakah. Adolescent maternal mortality ratio in Sokoto, northwest Nigeria, is 5, perlive births and accounts for more than 23% of maternal mortalities in Abakaliki, southeast Nigeria,26 Moreover, the significant proportion of students who were sexually active at more than 15 years of age in this study was supported by a previous review by Cited by: 9.
Adolescent fertility and sexual health in Nigeria (English) Abstract. This study examines the determinants of adolescent sexual behavior and fertility in Nigeria, with a special focus on knowledge, attitudes and behaviors of adolescents aged years old in Karu Local Government Authority (LGA), a Author: Rafael A.
Cortez, Seemeen Saadat, Edmore Marinda, Oluwole Odutolu. The thesis (Exploring The Influencing Factors of Adolescent Sexual Behaviour and Reproductive Health Problems in Plateau State, Nigeria) is my own work Signature 52nd (ICHD) International Course in Health Development 21September - 9 September, KIT (Royal Tropical Institute)/ Vrije Universiteit AmsterdamFile Size: 1MB.
The sexual and reproductive health needs of adolescents are often underserved in many societies , yet adolescents constitute large proportion of the represent 25% of the world population  and are characterized by series of physiological, psychological and social changes that expose them to unhealthy sexual behaviour such as early sex experimentation, unsafe sex and Cited by: 3.Data show that the average age at sexual debut is roughly 15 years of age among adolescent mothers in Nigeria (DHS, ).
This note presents the findings of a recent study on Nigeria that examines determinants of adolescent sexual behavior and fertility, with a narrower focus on knowledge, attitudes and behaviors of adolescents aged.