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Determinants Of Phobia Among Students In Catholic-sponsored Secondary Schools In Lugazi Diocese, Uganda
The inability of parents, teachers and the school administration to deal amicably with anxious secondary school students may lead to some of those students becoming phobic. The purpose of this study was to examine the factors which influence phobia among students in Catholic-sponsored secondary schools in Lugazi Diocese, Uganda. The study used a mixed- method research approach combining qualitative and quantitative approaches. Cross sectional and correlation research designs were used in this study. The target population of the study was nine Catholic sponsored secondary schools in Lugazi Diocese, Uganda, which are totally not sponsored by Government.
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