TABLE OF CONTENTS
Title pages i
Table of content vi
1.0 Introduction 1
1.1 Background of the study 1
1.2 The statement of problem 2
1.3 Purpose of the study 4
1.4 Delimitation of the study 4
1.5 Significance of the study 5
1.6 Limitations of the study 5
1.7 Definition of terms 6
2.1 LITERATURE REVIEW 7
3.0 Research Methodology 16
3.1 Introduction 16
3.2 Research Design 16
3.3 Population and sample 17
3.4 Instrumentation 18
3.5 Data collection 19
3.6 Method of data analysis 19
4.1 Analysis of data 20
4.2 Discussion Of Findings 22
5.0 Summary , Conclusion And Recommendation 25
5.1 Summary 25
5.2 Conclusion 27
5.3 Recommendation 27
1.1 BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY
According to William Douglas 1912-1992 A home is an apartment, or other shelter that is the usual residence of a person, family or household.
Unstable homes are regarded as those home where separation exists. That is a situation whereby the wife and the husband are not living together in the same place as helpers to each other. Stable homes are also those homes where there is no separation.
According to Uka (1966) there are many factor leading to broken homes some are linked to the husband some to the wife, some to the family members of the couple and some to the societal influence.
Unhealthy relationship are persistent domineering attitude of one of the couples over the other, the insubordinate behaviour of a wife to her husband, intolerance on the part of the husband, moral turpitude on the part of the woman, disagreement over conjugal rights, husbands failure to complete the bride payment, lack of patience and incompatibility are some of the problems that lead to separation of couples generally.
- Does the stability of a home affect the education of a child
- What are the effects of broken homes on the education of a child
- What are the effect of stable homes on the education of a child
- How can the education of a child guaranteed either under a stable homes or broken homes.
- Are children from stable homes usually better than children from broken homes.
1.2 STATEMENT OF PROBLEM
It has been adequately recorded that the majority of the children from broken homes are predisposed on juvenile delinquents activities.
Apart from the fact that they room the street instead of attending school, they violate the social rules of the society and behave in an anti-social manner, based on these problems this study investigates the influence of home on the education of the child.
1.3 PURPOSE OF THE STUDY
The purpose of this study is to investigate the effects of homes on the education of the child by making comparison between stable homes and broken homes with specific focus on Ikere Local Government Area in Ekiti State.
1.4 DELIMITATION OF THE STUDY
The scope of the study covers only Ikere town. Other areas to be covered by the study are aspects relating to the education of the child as well as a comparison between broken and stable homes. The study would focus on children in selected secondary schools Ikere town.
- 5 SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY
The findings of this study would be used for educational purposes, fill some gaps in the literature as it relates to child education.
Policy makers would find this research useful for educational policy making.
1.6 LIMITATION OF THE STUDY
– The researcher encounters a lot of problems ranging from finance, time, and personal discomfort
– The researcher has therefore used a workable sample size update some of the out elated information on homes (stable and broken) through interviews and observation.
1.7 DEFINITION OF TERMS
HOME: The living together of husband and wife or wives and their children.
BROKEN HOME: A situation whereby husband and wife no longer live together under the same roof in love and harmony.
STABLE HOME: A home where there is peace and concord between husband and his wife with their children.
PERFORMANCE: State of one’s mental and intellectual capability. Home contribute immensely to the social vices in our society.
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