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Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by Anthonyo15: 8:28pm On May 04
100naira:
First of all, has exams commenced?


Secondly when is the next semester starting?

Exams are still On-going;
Pen on Paper ends (7th Of May)
eExam Begins (10th Of May ends 30th Of May)


Next Semester starts by JUNE

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Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by 100naira(m): 9:22pm On May 04
Anthonyo15:


Exams are still On-going;
Pen on Paper ends (7th Of May)
eExam Begins (10th Of May ends 30th Of May)


Next Semester starts by JUNE
thanks
Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by GL(f): 11:37pm On May 04
Please, is admission for the June semester still open?
Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by Galaxyroyp(m): 11:39pm On May 04
The site is now temporarily available. However, when you try to attempt TMA 3 questions, that's when you face another problem.

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Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by Samisha500: 12:06am On May 05
UPDATE

PORTAL NOW BACK FOR TMA3 SUBMISSION ONLY.. IF U HAVEN'T SUBMITTED BEFORE PLEASE KINDLY DO THE NEEDFUL BEFORE ITS CLOSURE..

NOTE: TMA3 CLOSES MIDNIGHT 9TH OF MAY 2019

MISHA CARES
09051481358

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Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by RoyalPriesthuud(m): 12:39am On May 05
Anthonyo15:

Maybe!
I don't have my ID card yet, and I need it for exam verification.
Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by RoyalPriesthuud(m): 12:45am On May 05
Samisha500:
UPDATE

PORTAL NOW BACK FOR TMA3 SUBMISSION ONLY.. IF U HAVEN'T SUBMITTED BEFORE PLEASE KINDLY DO THE NEEDFUL BEFORE ITS CLOSURE..

NOTE: TMA3 CLOSES MIDNIGHT 9TH OF MAY 2019

MISHA CARES
09051481358
Hey, it's not working. This is what it displays when you attempt it:

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Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by Samisha500: 12:47am On May 05
RoyalPriesthuud:
Hey, it's not working. This is what it displays when you attempt it:

U HAVE ALREADY DONE YOUR TMA...WHAT ELSE DO YOU WANT TO DO...
Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by RoyalPriesthuud(m): 2:24am On May 05
Samisha500:


U HAVE ALREADY DONE YOUR TMA...WHAT ELSE DO YOU WANT TO DO...
No, not yet.
Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by Sike(m): 6:39am On May 05
My Portal is telling me I HAVE NO REGISTERED COURSE FOR THIS SEMESTER when i wanted to do my TMA 3. Whats going on please?
Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by Anthonyo15: 8:08am On May 05
Sike:
My Portal is telling me I HAVE NO REGISTERED COURSE FOR THIS SEMESTER when i wanted to do my TMA 3. Whats going on please?
The portal is not yet stable...
Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by Samisha500: 11:12am On May 05
RoyalPriesthuud:
No, not yet.

TRY AGAIN, IT AS BEEN RESTORED...
Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by Samisha500: 11:16am On May 05
NOW AVAILABLE!!!

1.NOUN PAST QUESTIONS 100L-800L (PGD, Msc &MBA)

2. COURSE MATERIALS ALSO AVAILABLE FOR ALL PROGRAMMEs )WE DELIVER TO YOUR DOOR STEP..

3. TMA3 IS BACK! WE JUST HAVE LESS THAN 3DAYS TO SUBMIT OUR TMA3 WHICH CLOSES ON THE 9TH OF MAY...

DISTANCE IS NOT A BARRIER......

CHAT US ON WHATSAPP OR CALL ☎

MISHA CARES
09051481358
Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by Galaxyroyp(m): 2:24pm On May 05
Anyone here doing ESM236? and getting this message?

Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by Anthonyo15: 5:56am On May 06
ATTENTION!!

➡GST302 / 301(MOVED TO 302) BUSINESS PLAN/IDEA EXTENDED TILL MAY 8

➡ DO THE NEEDFUL ASAP.

THANK YOU

Macharthony Solutions
08185025045
Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by akinjis(m): 10:52am On May 06
Pls what time is mac 311 tomorrow
Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by Samisha500: 4:16pm On May 06
akinjis:
Pls what time is mac 311 tomorrow

8AM
Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by Nobody: 4:51pm On May 06
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Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by EbunGift1(f): 9:05pm On May 06
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Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by EbunGift1(f): 9:07pm On May 06
[quote author=adigun98 post=78064936][/quote]
Have you been given matric number

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Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by Samisha500: 5:11am On May 07
NOW AVAILABLE!!!

1.NOUN PAST QUESTIONS 100L-800L (PGD, Msc &MBA)

2. COURSE MATERIALS ALSO AVAILABLE FOR ALL PROGRAMMEs )WE DELIVER TO YOUR DOOR STEP..

3. TMA3 IS BACK! WE JUST HAVE LESS THAN 2DAYS TO SUBMIT OUR TMA3 WHICH CLOSES ON THE 9TH OF MAY...

DISTANCE IS NOT A BARRIER......

CHAT US ON WHATSAPP OR CALL ☎

MISHA CARES
09051481358
Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by bashdecash(m): 10:38am On May 07
Please someone should help me with an empty project result sheet.
Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by pyruvateluv(m): 3:12pm On May 07
Please is it true that I must offer 2 electives and pass 1 of them before I can graduate from Pgd Info Tech?
Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by AliEsq(m): 6:42pm On May 07
pls Anthony help us law students to understand why our proposed project topics has not been approved since january some even since last year despite all complaints made.
Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by Anthonyo15: 5:08am On May 08
REMINDER!!!
ATTENTION..

➡GST302 / 301(MOVED TO 302) BUSINESS PLAN/IDEA IS CLOSING TODAY (MAY 8TH)

➡ DO THE NEEDFUL ASAP.

THANK YOU

Macharthony Solutions
08185025045

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Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by Samisha500: 5:18am On May 08
NOW AVAILABLE!!!

1.NOUN PAST QUESTIONS 100L-800L (BSc, PGD, Msc &MBA)

2. COURSE MATERIALS ALSO AVAILABLE FOR ALL PROGRAMMEs )WE DELIVER TO YOUR DOOR STEP..

3. TMA3 IS BACK! WE JUST HAVE LESS THAN 24HRS TO SUBMIT OUR TMA3 WHICH CLOSES ON THE 9TH OF MAY...

DISTANCE IS NOT A BARRIER......

CHAT US ON WHATSAPP OR CALL ☎

MISHA CARES
09051481358
Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by olenime(m): 9:37am On May 08
I am not a member of any professional body, can I still apply for MBA in NOUN?

Pls help.
Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by iprojectmaster: 9:58am On May 08
AliEsq:
pls Anthony help us law students to understand why our proposed project topics has not been approved since january some even since last year despite all complaints made.

CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES OF SIMPLE PARENT HOOD

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ABSTRACT

The major purpose of the study was to find outs the causes and consequences of single parenthood in Imezi –Owa in Ezeagu Local Government Area of Enugu State. The population of the study was 3000 that made of men, women and youths that lives in the study area. 3000 respondents were selected from the total population for sampling.

Four research questions was used to construct the questionnaire which was administered to the selected respondents. The main instrument for the study was questionnaire. The data collected from the respondents were analyse by means of chi-square X2 Formular, using the four research questions.

After the analysis, the researcher made some findings and recommendations. The researcher is highly optimistic that single parenthood an its causes and consequences should be eliminated if the recommendation is being implemented.

TABLE OF CONTENT

CHAPTER ONE

INTRODUCTION

1.1 Background Of The Study

1.2 Statement Of Problems

1.3 Purpose Of The Study

1.4 Scope /Delimitation Of The Study

1.5 Research Questions

1.6 Significance Of The Study

CHAPTER TWO

LITERATURE REVIEW

2.1 The Concept Of Single Parenthood

2.2 The Causes Of Single Parenthood

2.3 The Concepts Of Family

2.4 Family As A Foundation Of Academic Performance Of The Children

2.5 The Effects Of Single Parenthood

2.6 Summary.

CHAPTER THREE

METHODOLOGY

3.1 Research Design

3.2 Area For The Study

3.3 Population For The Study

3.4 Sample And Sampling Procedure

3.5 Instrument For The Data Collection

3.6 Validity Of The Instrument

3.7 Reliability Of The Instrument

3.8 Method Of Data Collection

3.9 Method Of Data Analysis

CHAPTER FOUR

Data Presentation and Results

Summary of Result/Findings.

CHAPTER FIVE

FINDINGS, RECOMMENDATION AND CONCLUSION

5.1 Finding

5.2 Conclusion

5.3 Implication Of The Research Findings

5.4 Recommendations

5.5 Suggestion For Further Research

5.6 Limitation of the Study.

REFERNCE

APPENDICES


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CHAPTER ONE

INTRODUCTION

BACKGROUP OF THE STUDY

Single parenthood is a social problem which looks very perplexing, confusing and highly difficult to explain. In this context single parenthood refers to a human status characterized by a set of relationship involving either a father, child/ children or mother – child/children living together within the context of a family or separately. This precarious situation is indeed discomforting granting that the single parenthood (man or woman) affected must in his or her capacity strive to cover within his or her limits the missing link between the child and the non-existent parent. This lies the inherent problem because as the growing child grows, he becomes inquisitive and naturally would always seek to ask this ungoodable question of mommey, where is Daddy or voice versa. Under this inquisitive seal of the child, the parent concerned may psychologically be tempted to resort to child pampering which obviously will not be in the interest of the child later in life. The result of this development according to psychological literature is reflects with examples of the link between parental rejected and the emergence of an affectionless, hostile or psychopathic personality problem in the child.

It is observed that single parenthood is usually an unprepared development. For instance a school girl who accidentally got pregnant or the emergence of an unplanned pregnancy, in which case if the circumstances surrounding the marriage was not properly address, parental rejected of the offspring may manifest overtly or covertly. This will create both psychological and societal problem to the parent that accepted the responsibility of the child’s upbringing and the innocent child suffers all the problems associated with single parenthood.

Again single parenthood could happen as a result of death of one of the married couples, pre-marital sex and unwanted pregnancy including the fear of menopause in ladies and societal permissiveness of sexual relationship between two or more unmarried opposite sexes. The problems associated with single parenthood are expected to be many and multifaced as they affect the child, the parent and of course the society.

In a study on single parenthood.

Ashley (1969) observed that children are the chief casualties and victims of single parenthood. Often times they are prey to a cluster of psychological problems and personality disorder. Single parenthood retards progress and development of a child and the society at large.

Thus, it is believed that a child brought up by single parent by design cannot have the same fulfillment, sound moral, social and psychological development like a child brought up in a family where both parents live together in conjugal union and fidelity.

However, this is the belief in some quarters that a great number of delinquent children come from homes in which a parent died or was absent for other reasons, with the proportion of the delinquents being greatest among the boys who were youngest when the absence began. This group further believes that it is possible that as a result of the material and emotional deprivation consequent on such a loss of one married partner, such juvenile may be let into wandering, stealing and so on.

STATEMENT OF THE RESEARCH PROBLEM

Marriage is the union of a man and a woman from two different families, with the ultimate aim of bearing children. Thus marriage and child bearing is an integral aspect of a human’s desire and few (if any) human being envisage a life without getting married and raising children except in exceptional cases.

According to Okoro (1982) marriage is very important to both man and woman since it brings about settled life, division of labour and raising of children who will bear the parents names and who are the further leaders of the country. The children needs adequate attention from their parents and their training on which his/her life depends is considered to be the pivot of producing good citizens. Any parent (s) who failed to give the children sound training tends to hamper the progress, growth, development f the child and the nation in general.

However, it has been observed that some children do not have the attention of both parent as a result some reasons. Such reasons includes death of one of the parents, divorce by couples or bearing of children out of wedlock. This has given rise to the issue of single parenthood which is becoming a threat to the society, thereby prompting the researcher to find out the causes of single parenthood and it effect on academic performance of children.

PURPOSE OF THE STUDY

The purpose of the study was:

1. To find out the causes of single parenthood and it effect in Igboland.

2. This study intend to identify if there are single parenthood in the area of the study.

3. To examine the cause and implications or the consequences.

RESEARCH QUESTIONS

The researcher formulated following research questions to guide the study.

1. Are there some cause of single parenthood in Imezi Owa in Ezeagu Local Government Area of Enugu State?

2. Are there some effect of single parent hood in academic performance of children in the study area?

3. Could the problem of single parenthood be solved in your area?

4. In what ways could the government help children of single parents in the society?

SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY

This result of this study will have a lot of significance to the students, parents and the society at large. The result of the study will be useful to the students since it will contribute to the existing material in the study area and will educate them on the needs to seek for a peaceful settlement incases of misunderstanding between their parents. It will also form source of material to future researchers on the study topic or related topic of study. Also the result of the study will be beneficial to the parents since it will educate them on the need for them to live together and train their children. It will provide with the problems the children encounter when their parents got divorced. Again the study will provide solutions to the problems of single parenthood with a view of helping to curbs its effect on the society at large.

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Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by longestey(m): 11:20am On May 08
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Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by Anthonyo15: 1:03pm On May 08
NEW UPDATE!!!

Hello everyone, This is the current process of presentation
1. Each study centre will present at an agreed date
2. Date will be chosen by your representative stated below
3. Students will assemble at the centre for presentation one after the other

1. Akure : Mr. Olawepo Olarewaju (08032815118)
2. Ibadan: Togo, Gertrude Ashipu (08035964293) or Mrs Jegede (0800246023)
3. Osogbo Study Centre EBOJELE Emmanuel (08062323257)
4. Ado-Ekiti Study Centre Yusuff Ibrahim (08131189806)
5. Abeokuta Study Centre (08023193157)
6. Mushin Study Centre Tafa Henry (07063023450)

Important Information
Ibadan student presentation will take place by 8am tomorrow. students should
assemble at the study centre for presentation on first come first serve basis.

Best wishes

Dr. Awolumate Samuel
Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by Anthonyo15: 1:27pm On May 08
Important Notice to all students Offering GST302 ={BUSINESS CREATION AND GROWTH}!‼

This is to inform all students Particularly in Ibadan Study Centre that the Online presentation for the GST 302 is no more going online, so all students in Ibadan Study Centre offering the course are hereby asked to gather in the school premises by 8am tomorrow as the presentation will be holding generally tomorrrow in the school premises, which will be the Final and the last day for the presentation for this semester.
You are to come with your ready business plan proposal and ought to have uploaded it online.
Please kindly pass this message across to all the students, Ibadan Study Centre Precisely.���
Thanks.
Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by lakesidepapa(m): 5:01pm On May 08
TO THOSE OF US WHO JUST CONCLUDED OUR PEN ON PAPER EXAMS, I WISH EVERYONE ONE OF US GOOD LUCK AND SAME GOES TO THE STUDENTS THAT WILL START THIER E-EXAM THIS WEEK, GOOD LUCK TO EVERYONE.

PLEASE I WILL LIKE TO HAVE THE WHATSAPP GROUP LINK OF OSOGBO STUDY CENTER, THOSE WHO ARE IN THE GROUP HERE CAN HELP ME WITH IT OR ANYONE WHO'S IN POCCESSION OF THE GROUP LINK AS ITS VERY URGENT.
PLS HELP A BROTHER..!

THANKS

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