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Social Studies SBA

What are factors influencing premarital sex among teenagers at the Munro College and what are the effects and possible solutions?

Name: Johann Weatherly
Candidate No:
School: Munro College
School Code:
Territory: Jamaica
Year: 2014

Contents
Topic Page
Acknowledgement………………………………………………………………………….3
Statement of problem………………………………………………………………………..4
Reason for selecting area of research………………………………………………………..5
Method of investigation……………………………………………………………………..6
Data collection instrument…………………………………………………………………..7
Procedure for data collection………………………………………………………………..11
Presentation of data…………………………………………………………………………12
Analysis and interpretation of
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What are some effects of sex before marriage? (More than one answer can be chosen)
Promiscuity
Transmission of sexually transmitted infections
Unwanted pregnancies
Other, specify__________________________________________________________
13. Premarital sex is detrimental to future intimate relations.
Agree
Undecided
Disagree
14. If yes, how?
Forces persons into bad marriages
Can lead to depression (anxiety from contracting STIs, getting pregnant, guilt etc.)
Can cause trust issues between partners
15. How can parents aid in finding the solution to premarital sex?
Completely restrict children from interaction between sexes
Scold
Parent-child communication
Parents cannot solve the issue of premarital sex
16. Can the media help in the solution to premarital sex?
Yes
 No
How?
Sex education programs
Media cannot help in finding a solution

Procedure for Collection of Data

In this research, a primary method of investigation was utilized to collect data: questionnaires. This method consisted of cross-sectional surveys. Forty five (45) questionnaires were issued on the 25th of January, 2014 to the students of Munro College. This accounted for 3.75 percent of the school cohort. This took a whole day to issue and recollect.
There were anticipated challenges such as persons not returning questionnaires on time or persons not returning them at all. To overcome this, the questionnaires were issued to persons who could be

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