Research Papers/Topics in Social Work And Administration

ATTITUDES AND PERCEPTIONS TOWARDS FEMALE GENITAL CUTTING IN NSUKKA L.G.A

ABSTRACT The issues of Female Genital Cutting are currently pervasive phenomenon that affects the statues of women throughout the whole world thereby attracting global concern. Female genital cutting is a harmful cultural practice that infringes on human rights of women. It is a clear manifestation of the social disadvantages women face in Africa compared to their men counterpart. There are no justifiable or medically acceptable reasons to this practice. The objective of this stu...

THE IMPACT OF NGO in the development of communities

ABSTRACT The  increasing  role  of  Non-Governmental  Organisations  (NGOs)  in  the  development  of  communities and  the  attention  they  attract  globally  have  made  them  indispensable  in  the  current  political,  social  and economic  dispensation  in  Ghana  and  the  world  at  large.  However,  the  question  of  the  impact  of  NGOs‟ projects  or  interventions  on  rural  communities  has  been  a  major  issue  of  conc...

Public Perception of Employees’ Performance In Social Welfare Agencies in Nigeria: A Study of Enugu State

ABSTRACT  In recent times, the performance record of the employees of Nigerian public social welfare agencies has been a catalogue of disappointment and failure. This situation has, therefore, called for a drastic intervention through public perception to draw the attention of the employees to their responsibilities of providing services to the people in the most satisfactory manner and move the country forward in the attainment of the millennium development goals. This is the major...

Knowledge, Attitude and Practice of Vulnerable Youth Towards Sexual and Reproductive Health (Report for the Community Survey on Vulnerable Youth in Calabar South, Cross River State)

Adolescence is a pivotal time in a child’s life and a gateway to adulthood. This stage of life presents a very critical point in life because the child is transiting into adulthood, decisions made at this stage certainly does affect the child in life. There are 1.2 billion adolescent in the world today and nine out of ten of these lives in Asia and Sub Saharan Africa. Despite increasing insights into the opportunities that education and literacy can offer to children especially girls in...

Conflicts and Displacements in Syria Exploring Life Trajectories of Separated minors

This paper explores how unaccompanied refugee children from Syria made their way to destination countries and how they become unaccompanied and the consequences of being unaccompanied. This paper is based on interviews with Syrian child refugees in Turkey, Lebanon, Egypt and Jordan, and aid workers of international organizations who provide support with child refugees. The long-standing conflict has caused Syrian children to suffer immensely, both physically and psychologically. Data show tha...

The Struggle of an African Girl Child published copy 2017 sept

This book is a work of true life story. The characters, incidents, and dialogue are drawn from the real life story phenomenon. The names are assumed for protection of the actual characters involved. Any resemblance to actual names or persons, living or dead, is entirely coincidental. 

Basic Life Skills Required by Girl-Children to Overcome Adversities of Polygamy in Etsako Nigeria

Abstract Polygamous adversity combined with factors like gender discrimination and early marriages results to lowered female literacy and quality of life. This phenomenon extensively impacts the population and societies throughout Etsako west Nigeria. Intent of this study was to explore skills that enabled girl-children overcome polygamous adversities and succeed to acquire higher education. Semi-structured interviews with 15 women of polygamous backgrounds who succeeded to acquire high ...

Effect of mass media on the society

Essay On Effect Of mass media in a society (3067 words)OUTLINES:-INTRODUCTION TO MASS MEDIANEGETIVE EFFECT OF THE MASS MEDIA:POSITIVE EFFECT OF MASS MEDIATHE SOLUTIONS TO AVOIDING NEGETIVE INFLUENCE:POSITIVE EFFECT OF MASS MEDIACONCLUSION

Non-formal education as a means of poverty eradication

TABLE OF CONTENTS Title page i Certification ii Dedication iii Acknowledgements iv Table of contents vii Abstract ix CHAPTER ONE: 1.1 Background of the study 1 1.2 Statement of the research problem 5 1.3 Statement of the research question 6 1.4 Statement of the research objective 6 1.5 Significance of study 7 1.7 Definition of terms 8 CHAPTER TWO: literature review 2.1 Revi...

The influence of gender inequality on job demands among civil servants

This project entails the influence gender inequality has on job demands among civil servants and beyond.. It has everything abt gender inequality affecting Women especially in our society 

Social media politics

Political parties’ interaction strategy and practice on Facebook is the topic of this article. Political parties and individual politicians can use social media to bypass media and communicate directly with voters through websites and particularly social media platforms such as Facebook. But previous research has demonstrated that interaction on social media is challenging for political parties. This study examines the disparity between interaction strategy and online responsiveness a...

Alcohol and substance abuse in schools in Botswana: The need for social workers in the school system

The study explored social work interventions on alcohol and substance use amongst students in Botswana. The objectives of the study were to identify social work interventions on alcohol and substance use, to explore the prevalence of alcohol and substance amongst students, to ascertain students knowledge of the interventions, and to recommend effective and efficient social work interventions. The sample was made up of 100 students. A group administered questionnaire with closed ended a...

Sexual abuse of children in schools: The need for social work intervention

The present study explores sexual abuse of school children by teachers in senior secondary schools in Botswana. It adopts a cross-sectional quantitative approach. Data was collected from 3 senior secondary schools in the capital city of Gaborone, where the study was conducted. A survey questionnaire was self administered to 330 randomly selected participants of which 300 were students and 30 teachers. Each school comprised 100 students and 10 teachers. The study utilised social exchange...

Life after institutional care: Implications for research and practice.

The present study sought to investigate the lived experiences of care leavers from institutional care facility in Botswana. The study objectives were to explore the challenges faced by children after leaving the institutional care, and to identify services that can be offered to them in preparation for life in a society in general. The study adopted a cross-sectional qualitative research approach and data was collected through in-depth interviews which were qualitatively analysed. A to...

PATIENT’S PERCEPTION ON THE QUALITY OF PATIENT NAVIGATOR’S SERVICES AT LAGOS UNIVERSITY TEACHING HOSPITAL, NIGERIA

PATIENT’S PERCEPTION ON THE QUALITY OF PATIENT NAVIGATOR’S SERVICES AT LAGOS UNIVERSITY TEACHING HOSPITAL, NIGERIA                                                                                                                    Odumosu O*, Alabi AO**, Lawal AO**, Mbanugo E*, NICHOLAS IRURHE**, Yakubu CK**, Nwige**, Sowunmi AC**, Habeebu MYM** Fatiregun Olamijulo***Run For A...

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