PSYCHOSOCIAL DYSFUNCTION AMONG ADOLESCENTS WHO ABUSE SUBSTANCE IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN OSE LOCAL GOVERNMENT, ONDO STATE - NIGERIA



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This study was carried out to unravel the Psychosocial Dysfunction among Adolescents who Abuse Substance in Secondary Schools in Ose Local Government, Ondo State. The study was aimed at finding out the knowledge of the students on substance abuse, to identify the substance(s) commonly abused, to determine the age of onset of the abuse and to identify the factors that influence substance abuse. A descriptive survey design was used. A questionnaire was used to collect data from 300 students aged between 10 and 20 years. Data obtained were analysed using Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS). Out of the 278 completed questionnaires, 224(80.6%) students have knowledge of substance abuse; 133(47.8%) were involved in substance abuse (i.e practiced substance abuse); kolanut (32.7%) was the major substance abused; the average age of onset was 13 years while curiosity (36.8%) and influence of friends (34.6%) were identified as factors that influenced them. Public enlightenment/punishing offenders (55.4%) was identified as the main measure to control and prevent substance abuse. It was recommended that parents/guardians and the school authority should keep a closer watch on the students while Substance Abuse Free Environment (SAFE) should be incorporated into secondary schools with a drug/substance free master and prefects to ensure strict monitoring of students’ activities.

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ABSTRACT This study was carried out to unravel the Psychosocial Dysfunction among Adolescents who Abuse Substance in Secondary Schools in Ose Local Government, Ondo State. The study was aimed at finding out the knowledge of the students on substance abuse, to identify the substance(s) commonly abused, to determine the age of onset of the abuse and to identify the factors that influence substance abuse. A descriptive survey design was used. A questionnaire was used to collect data from 300 students aged between 10 and 20 years. Data obtained were analysed using Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS). Out of the 278 completed questionnaires, 224(80.6%) students have knowledge of substance abuse; 133(47.8%) were involved in substance abuse (i.e practiced substance abuse); kolanut (32.7%) was the major substance abused; the average age of onset was 13 years while curiosity (36.8%) and influence of friends (34.6%) were identified as factors that influenced them. Public enlightenment/punishing offenders (55.4%) was identified as the main measure to control and prevent substance abuse. It was recommended that parents/guardians and the school authority should keep a closer watch on the students while Substance Abuse Free Environment (SAFE) should be incorporated into secondary schools with a drug/substance free master and prefects to ensure strict monitoring of students’ activities. .. Click here for more

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