INFLUENCE OF PERSONAL FUNCTIONING AND BEHAVIOUR TYPE ON BURNOUT AMONG PUBLIC HEALTH WORKERS

Post Views: 32 CHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background to the Study The term “burnout” was identified thirty years ago to describe a state of fatigue and frustration among health and service workers arising from excessive demands on their resources. According to Maslash & Leiter (2008) is a prolonged response to chronic emotional and interpersonal stressors…Read More

INFLUENCE OF SHYNESS AND BODY DYSMORPHISM ON INTERNET ADDICTION

Post Views: 58 CHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background to the study Internet addiction has contributed a lot of problem over the years especially among undergraduates since they are the ones who use sophisticated phones mostly these days. Internet addiction result in personal, family, academic, financial, and occupational problem that are characteristic of other addictions. Impairments…Read More

INFLUENCE OF STREET HAWKING AND PHYSICAL ABUSE

Post Views: 30 CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1    Background to the Study Education remains a potent and dynamic instrument for national development and social transformation and also a tool in measuring development index globally. It is in recognition of this importance that governments all over the world have made commitments for its citizens to have access…Read More

INFLUENCE OF WORK SCHEDULE AND OCCUPATIONAL STRESS ON JOB SATISFACTION

Post Views: 38 ABSTRACT The study investigated influence of work schedule and occupational stress on job satisfaction among hospital workers in University of Uyo Teaching Hospital, Uyo, Akwa Ibom State. Two hundred and sixty-four (264) participants were used for the study; their ages ranged from 18 to 62 years with a mean age of 33.74…Read More

LOCUS OF CONTROL, JOB STATUS, GENDER AND PERCEIVED JOB INSECURITY AMONG BANK WORKERS

Post Views: 26 CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION It is widely believed that the changing world of work and its implications as well as the demand on organizations for better performance and competitiveness are taking their tolls on the emotional well-being of employees (De Witte, 1999). The effect is large-scale work force reduction, job insecurity, and unemployment….Read More

THE IMPACT OF SOCIO-ECONOMIC STATUS ON MENTAL HEALTH

Post Views: 47 CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Background of the study Mental health, health status and socioeconomic status are important determinants of an individual’s wellbeing. There are thought to be important interactions between these dimensions of wellbeing, with causal links running in both directions. Poor health and poor mental health can reduce earnings ability, through their…Read More

ROLES OF SELF OBJECTIFICATION AND APPEARANCE ANXIETY ON MARITAL SATISFACTION

Post Views: 24 ABSTRACT This study investigated the role of self-objectification and Appearance Anxiety on marital satisfaction among married people. Two hundred and fifty-three (253) participants purposively selected from St, Peters Catholic Church, ministry of education and ministry of Health, in Uyo, Akwa-Ibom State consisting of 109 males and 144 females with a mean age…Read More

IMPACT OF PERSONALITY TYPE ON ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS

Post Views: 33 CHAPTER ONE                                       INTRODUCTION There is an international concern on academic performance of students (Romerhausen, 2013). Globally and Nigeria in particular, improving the quality of education and investment on educational and human resources are regarded as effective factors paving the way for a country’s pervasive development. Improvement of students’ academic performance is…Read More

ROLE OF PARENTING STYLE AND FAMILY SUPPORT IN READINESS TO CHANGE CANNABIS USE AMONG YOUNG ADULTS

Post Views: 21 Abstract This study examined the influence of parenting styles and family support on readiness to change cannabis use in Enugu metropolis. A total of four hundred and twenty seven (427) participants, 276 males and 151 females, ages 18-40 years (M = 25.31, SD = 5.44) were involved in this study. They were…Read More

EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE AND JOB INVOLVEMENT AS PREDICTORS OF ORGANIZATIONAL CITIZENSHIP BEHAVIOUR

Post Views: 23 ABSTRACT The purpose of this study is to determine whether emotional intelligence and job involvement can predict organizational citizenship behavior- OCBI and OCBO among selected private sector organizations in Enugu Metropolis. A total of three hundred and seventy four (374) participants, 205 males and 169 females, ages 20-69 years (Mean= 35.14, S.D=…Read More

ATTACHMENT STYLES AND SELF EVALUATION AS PREDICTORS OF EMOTIONAL ADJUSTMENT AMONG ADOLESCENTS

Post Views: 13 ABSTRACT Adolescents Participants were two hundred (200) secondary school students of Government Secondary School and Holy rosary collage comprising of fifty (50) males and one hundred and fifty (150) females were selected using purposive sampling technique. Their ages ranged between 14-19 years with a mean age of 31.86 years (SD = 8.66)….Read More

INFLUENCE OF ACADEMIC SELF-CONCEPT, SELF-EFFICACY AND GENDER ON SOCIAL ADJUSTMENT OF STUDENTS

Post Views: 24  CHAPTER ONE Introduction Social adjustment is an umbrella term encompassing various aspects of people’s performance in social context. It is one’s tendency to cope with all the difficulties that one may encounter in a social environment. Passer & smith (2011) refer to it as a life-long process that involves adjustment of an…Read More

INFLUENCE OF GENDER AND AGE ON SECURITY AWARENESS ENUGU NORTH LGA, ENUGU STATE NIGERIA

Post Views: 9 CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of the Study Human security is essentially categorized into seven (7) aspects. These include economic security, food security, health security, environmental security, community security, personal security, and political security. This study focused on community security in order to properly explore the influence of Gender and Age on…Read More

PUBLIC PERCEPTION OF THE INFLUENCE OF GENDER ON EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES FOR WOMEN IN ENUGU EAST L.G.A ENUGU STATE NIGERIA

Post Views: 21 CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1     Background of the Study In a masculine dominated society, women’s right has been misunderstood because of cultural, customary practices and beliefs which encouraged discrimination against women. Relying on traditional gender roles and child care responsibilities, some employers assume that female employee is less dependable than male employee….Read More

PUBLIC PERCEPTION ON THE IMPACT OF CHILDLESSNESS ON MARRIED COUPLE( A STUDY OF AWGU LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA, ENUGU STATE, NIGERIA)

Post Views: 34  CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background to the Study According to Merlo (2002), procreation is the function of the family; every man takes a wife apparently to have children for the continuity of his name and linage and for general productivity and development in the society. In traditional Igbo society, many wives try…Read More