A Non-Experimental Study Toassess Knowledge Regarding Consequences Of Early Marriage Among Adolescent Girls Is Selected Schools And Junior Colleges Of Pune City.

Authors

  • Ms. Asma Shaikh, Dr. Mrs. Bhagyashree Jogdeo

Abstract

Adolescent Age Is The Preparation Of Safe Motherhood; It Is Transformation Of Girls From Girl To Women And Early Marriage Is The Interruption In This Process Which Will Definitely Lead To Lifelong Health Problems For A Girl. Objectives Of The Study: To Assess Knowledge Regarding Consequences Of Early Marriage Among Adolescent Girls And To Associate The Findings With Selected Demographic Variables. Materials And Methods: The Study Was Approved By Ethical And Institutional Research Committee. 200 Adolescent Girls Were Selected As Samples By Non Probability Purposive Sampling Technique To Collect The Data. Valid And Reliable Structured Questionnaire Were Used And Given Through The Google Form Link With The Permission Of Research Committee Due To This Covid-19 Pandemic Situation. The Analysis Was Done Using Descriptive Statistics (Mean, Sd), Frequency And Percentage And Chi-Square Test For Association.  Result: Out Of 200 Girls, 96 Girls Have A Good Level Of Knowledge Regarding Consequences Of Early Marriage, 87 Girls Have Average Knowledge And 17 Girls Have A Poor Level Of Knowledge. This Shows That Maximum Girls From Participants Have A Good Level Of Knowledge Regarding Consequences Of Early Marriage. There Is No Significant Association Of Knowledge With Selected Demographic Variables Age, Educational Status, Father’s Occupation, Mother’s Occupation, Place Of Residence And Monthly Income Of Family At 0.05 Level Of Significance.

Published

2021-07-02

How to Cite

Ms. Asma Shaikh, Dr. Mrs. Bhagyashree Jogdeo. (2021). A Non-Experimental Study Toassess Knowledge Regarding Consequences Of Early Marriage Among Adolescent Girls Is Selected Schools And Junior Colleges Of Pune City. Drugs and Cell Therapies in Hematology, 10(1), 81–89. Retrieved from https://www.dcth.org/index.php/journal/article/view/64

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