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Published by University of Lagos Press in Lagos .
Written in English

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Statementby Segun Adesina.
SeriesHumanities monograph series ;, no. 3
LC ClassificationsMLCM 94/01820 (H)
The Physical Object
Pagination49 p. ;
Number of Pages49
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Open LibraryOL1651212M
LC Control Number91209607

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An Analysis of the Effects of Drug Abuse Among Secondary School Students in Emohua Local Government Area of Rivers State Article (PDF Available) January with 2, Reads How we . The use of Indian hemp and drugs among secondary school students in Lagos, Lagos: University Press. Adolescents Health Information Project (AHIP) (). Drug abuse, Unpublished Pamphlet, Kano: AHIP Centre. Agunlana, G. G. (). Family structure and prevalence of behaviour problems among Nigerianadolescents, The Counsellor, 17(1) pp. Author: A S Adenaike, A M Surakat, S B Adegboyega, M A Senuga. Objective: The objective of the study was to determine the prevalence and perception of drug use among students in a public senior secondary school in Lagos. Method: The study was conducted in a public senior secondary school in the Lagos metropolitan city. The sample consisted of . A total of self-administered questionnaires were distributed in each school, using the proportionate allocation by stratification method. Results: The prevalence of substance abuse was percent and percent among students of private and public secondary schools, respectively. The study also found that even though one or both parents.

Substance use among adolescent high school students in India: A survey of knowledge, attitude, and opinion Dechenla Tsering, Ranabir Pal, and Aparajita Dasgupta 1 Department of Community Medicine, Sikkim Manipal Institute of Medical Sciences (SMIMS) and Central Referral Hospital (CRH), 5th Mile, Tadong, Gangtok, Sikkim, India. Substance use is becoming increasingly widespread in many African countries ().In Nigeria, a substantial percentage of the national budgetary health allocation is utilized for treatment and rehabilitation of people with substance use problems ().In this country, industrialization, urbanization and increased exposure to Western life style have contributed to the spreading of substance use. Objective: Substance use continues to be major risk behaviour among youth, with consequent physical and /or mental health complications. The current study aimed to establish the prevalence and associated factors of substance use among selected secondary school students in Lagos. Method: This was a cross-sectional and descriptive study among selected secondary school students in Lagos. the attending risks. Two hundred and sixty six (%) students were currently taking one or more drugs of abuse. Coffee (%) was the most commonly used drug, followed by alcohol (%) and marijuana (%). Despite chronic use of these drugs (5 years and above), addiction is not a .

Mimeograph. 5 A. Anumonye, Drug abuse behaviour in Lagos Secondary Schools. The Proceedings of the 6th Annual Scientific Conference of the Association of Psychiatrists in Nigeria, May, , pp - 6 M. 0. Olatawura and A. 0. Odejide, Prevalence of .   Author of Growth without development, Some aspects of school management, The development of modern education in Nigeria, Planning and educational development in Nigeria, Secondary education in Nigeria, Cost-benefit analysis of education in Nigeria, Educational management, The use of Indian hemp and drugs among secondary school students in Lagos. The frequent use of any drug by students results in impaired performance and poor academic performance of ore, this study seeks to investigate the causes and consequences of drug abuse among secondary school students in Uruan Local Government Area of Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria. 1. To identify the causes of drug abuse among secondary school students. 2. To help reduce the hazard of drug abuse to minimum and to enlighten the teachers on how to educate their students and the society at large. 3. To reduce the incidence of rape among secondary school students. 4.