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ATTITUDE OF STUDENTS TOWARDS COUNSELLING.
The attitude university students towards guidance and counseling is always very diverse and the students tent to give a lot of mixed reactions towards it. To confirm these fears this proposal is set to find and collect information (using the Kenyatta University students in Kenya) that will prove the reactions true.
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Table of contents
1.1 Background to the study 4
1.2 Statement of the problem 5
1.3 Objectives of the study 6
1.4 Research Questions/Hypothesis 6
1.5 Justifications and Significance 7
1.6 Scope and Limitation 8
2.0 LITERATURE REVIEW AND THEORETICAL/CONCEPTIVE FRAME WORK.
2.1 Review of related literature 8
2.2 Conceptual or theoretical framework 10
3.1 Research design 11
3.2 Variables or categories of analysis 11
3.3 Site of the study 11
3.4 Study population 11
3.5 Sampling technique and sample size 11
3.6 Research instruments 11
3.7 Data collection 11
3.8 Data analysis 11
3.9 Data management and ethical considerations 12
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ATTITUDE OF STUDENTS (KENYATTA UNIVERSITY STUDENTS IN KENYA) TOWARDS VOLUNTARY TESTING AND COUNSELLING. ABSTRACT Voluntary counseling and testing is a procedure that involves two procedures basically. These are pre-test counseling and post-test counseling. This kind of counseling usually involves and focuses on the infection (HIV), the disease (AIDS), the test and positive behavior change. It is a way through which individuals get to find out their HIV status. For this test one requires drops of blood or cells from the inside of one’s cheek. These tests usually require less than or about 15 minutes to obtain results. This study intends to capture voluntary counseling among the youth in Nairobi, particularly those of Kenyatta University regardless of their tribe, religious affiliation or social class. Both male and female students will be allowed to take part in the research. The research also intends to investigate the awareness and documentation about the subject and whether or relevant material on the same is available and accessible to students. To obtain information I will use interviews where I will ...
... study will be organized into tables and tallies to make it less bulky and more comprehendible. Percentages and pie charts will be used where necessary to give the findings a more visual outlook. If there is need to use computers excel will be used make easier my table formatting. Mathematical manipulations of the data will also be facilitated by excel.
Data management and ethical considerations
Computers will be ideal for data management because they are available at any time for reference and corrections.
This study involves confidential information and the researcher must be careful not to breech into the respondents’ privacy. I will explain to the respondents the nature of the study and the kind of information I seek from them. This is important to obtain informed consent from the participants. The information disclosed will be kept confidential and this will be explained to the participants.
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