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CAUSES AND EFFECT OF MORAL DECADENCE ON TERTIARY INSTITUTION STUDENT IN NIGERIA

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ABSTRACT
This research presents the results of the causes and effect of moral decadence among tertiary institution students The population for the study consists of 100 students which were randomly selected, Data were gathered using a self -constructed questionnaire and the result gotten was analyzed using the simple percentage method.  The validity and reliability of instrument were ascertained. Data analyzed from the research shows that Demoralization of youths with bad companies leads to youths immoral behaviors, therefore the research recommends that The state government should act upon or set up a modern remind home with the necessary facilities for both the imamates and staff.
CHAPTER ONE

1.1    BACKGROUND TO THE
Adedoyin in () defined and observed moral decadence as extreme delinquent, disorderly, irregularity, destructive unjust and non-conforming behaviors characteristics of stratified people or individuals which continues to spread intra and inter-institutions campuses. Those problem reduce the value of education and destroy the human capacity for leadership and good citizenship its lowers the academic integrity of the institutions and destroy peace, security progress and real development of the society, collectively, indiscipline lead to anti-human behaviors that have failed all tests of decency and civilized living conditions.
Different societies have their own moral values which are considered normal, ideal and morally acceptable. Hence, the conduct of the people of a society is regulated and controlled by the moral values. The tendency and ability to identity what is right instead of the wrong ones and as well practice it, give it the moral virtue. According to Aristotle, moral virtue is the habit that is consciously acquired through practice. Thus, good moral conduct had been emphasized and echoed in the society right from the era of Socrates to Plato and through the Aristotelian philosophy. Perhaps, that makes Fredrick Herbert to say that the aim and indeed the total aim of education should be summed up under morality. Within the context of education therefore, public holds the schools and the teachers more accountable for students’ learning and behaviors.
Students’ indiscipline is global phenomenon. It permeates all educational set- ups. s of student indiscipline is abound across all educational institutions globally. For instance, in the United States as reported by Larson (2008), the National Center for Educational s reveals that in 2006, thirty six (36) percent of students in grade 9-12 reported that they had been in a physical fight within the last year. The reports add that, four percent (4%) of inner city teachers and three percent (3%) of suburban and rural school teachers were physically assaulted by students. According to Kuntz (2000), day after day primary and secondary school teachers both private and state school are confronted with examples of bad behaviors- destruction of school equipment and furniture, pupils lack of respect for each other or for adults which impede normal school routine.

Students in Nigerian higher institutions engage in moral misconduct ranging from robbery, cheating, cultism, forgery; corruption, fraud, indecent dressing and disrespect to constituted authority. It is in this regard that this research looks into the moral misconduct among students of higher institutions in Nigeria.
1.2   STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM
The research that induces the reason to embark upon writing this project is that modernization and the western technology which are encroaching into the youths which they consider as civilization.
If left unchecked, such force will erode ly. The cherish values and customs of the youth will make it parts and force of their life, especially in the learning strategies. Some youths feels proud to be recognized, because their mode of dressing and order activities that where adopted, had conformed them with western values, such values involves mal-adjusted behavior like, cultism, smoking, prostitution, examination mal-practices drug abuse alcoholism stealing etc.
Something effective must be done to improve the condition of Nigeria youths. The youth situation can be described as one of the worst in the world. There is an urgent need to instill in youths, not only in knowledge and skills but also in motivation and values, to enhance their physical and mental health. Homes, schools, health care institution, community groups peer groups and the media must to more in the realm of health promotion, emphasizing health education building life skills and enhancing knowledge of human psychological system, so that youths can have good intrapersonal and interpersonal behaviors and through understanding of the state of their health so that they can avoid risking behaviors.
Laxity on the part of parents: in the sense that when they see their wards at home during school hours, they fail to send them back to school. Also school administration and teachers fail to be strict on student with regard to obeying school rules and regulations. When students’ releases that school administration and teachers are not strict on school rules and regulations, they turn to display all manners of indiscipline acts. Dialogue is very important for smooth and effective running of any institution. Students are given rules and regulation, if in one way or the other these rules and regulations are not adhered to and there is no dialogue between teachers and students, the consequences would be indiscipline acts. Issues of indiscipline has translated into poor academic performance as teachers spend more time in controlling indiscipline students behavior, reducing teaching contact hours.
1.3   OBJECTIVES OF THE
The main purpose of this study is to find out the factors that influence moral decadence among the tertiary institution students and the effect it has on their performance in school, specifically the objective of this study is:
1.  To find out the causes of moral decadence among students of higher institution
2.  To discover if there is any relationship between moral decadence and poor performance of students in school
3.  To discover strategies that can be used to curb moral decadence and restore morality and good moral conduct among the students of higher institutions
1.4    RESEARCH QUESTIONS
The following research questions guides the researcher to achieve the objectives of this study:
1.  What are the causes of moral misconduct among the students of higher institutions?
2.  Is there any relationship between moral decadence and poor performance of students in school?
3.  What strategies can be used to stop moral decadence and restore morality and good moral conduct among the students of higher institutions?
1.5   OF THE
Conducting research into the influence and effect of moral decadence is an important exercise for both academicians and policy makers. Learning cannot take place in an environment of chaos. The findings of the study will assist academicians, policy maker, administrators and teachers to know the causes of student indiscipline and therefore be in a better place to create conducive environment devoid of high level of student immorality. The finding will also assist the government to identify the weaknesses of the existing strategies and also lead to the development of new strategies for addressing moral decadence in school. Also, the study will enlighten parents on the need to train their children at home so that they can be good mannered and behave well at school, the community and the society as a whole. It will result in the community producing acceptable members of the society who aren’t threats to social stability and peace. That why the saying goes,’ charity begins at home’. The study will also contribute to existing literature and stimulate further research on the topic and guide further research work.
1.6    SCOPE OF THE
This study initially was aimed to cover all tertiary institution in state but due to time and some other unforeseen constraint, samples was taken only from University of Nigeria, Nsukka.
1.7   DELIMITATION OF THE
The major constraint that affected this research is limited time and insufficient fund to finance the project, due to this the research is limited to one tertiary institution in state.

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