Application Of Relevant Knowledge Obtained From Sex Education By Students’ In Their
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Application Of Relevant Knowledge Obtained From Sex Education By Students’ In Their Sexual Behaviours: A Case Study Of Biakoye District
The study adopted descriptive statistics using frequencies, percentages, and chi-square statistic to present the results. The findings of the study were that most students understand sex education to mean knowledge about sexual activities and sexual intercourse, and sex education lessons in senior high schools lay little emphasis on contraceptives. Also, most students agreed that comprehensive sex education is more likely to benefit them in their healthy sexual life decisions. Chi-square results shows that male and female students are significantly different in terms of whether they are more likely to use condom in their next sexual encounters (X2 = .019, df = 1, N = 293, p > .05).This meansDownloadViews: 32

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