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Kandy social studies sba

  1. 1. CARIBBEAN SECONDARY CERTIFICATE EXAMINATION SCHOOL BASED ASSESSMENT 2015 NAME OF CANDIDATE: CANDACY MENTORE SCHOOL: ACADEMY OF APEX EDUCATION CENTRE NUMBER: 090123 CANDIDATES NUMBER: TEACHER: MISS MIEHELLE JAGMOHAM TITLE: MARRIAGE TABLE OF CONTENTS
  2. 2. PAGES ACKNOWLEDEGMENTS INTRODUCTION TOPIC/STATEMENTOF PROBLEM REASON FOR SELECTING AREA OF RESEARCH METHOD OF INVESTIGATION INSTRUMENT USED TO COLLECT DATA PROCEDURES USED TO COLLECT DATA PRESENTATION AND EXPLANTATION OF DATA ANAYLSIS AND INTERPRETATION OF DATA FINDINGS RECOMMENDATIONAND IMPLEMENTATION CONCLUSION GOLASSORY BIBLIOGRAPHY APPENDICES
  3. 3. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT This School Based Assessment (S.B.A) would not have been completed or concludedwithout the obligationand the mutual support of a few number of persons whom the researcher wishes to acknowledge. Firstly the researcher wishes to thank all family members for understandingand cooperation with her also for released her from householdchores and assistance psychologically and financially. Secondly the researcher wishes to thank residents of the small villageparadise, for responding and also took time off from their occupied schedule of the assistance in fillingout the questionnaire,which was the most important part of the School Based Assessment. Finallythe researcher would like to pass out a special thanks to her subject teacher who guided her in every step until at the conclusionof this School Based Assessment.
  4. 4. INTRODUCTION This School Based Assessment is concludedwith the intention of examining or investigationof the failure of marriages. This research will be carry out in the small area called Paradise. Paradise is one of the small village located on the East Coast Demerara, it has approximatelythree hundred fifty (350) household.Paradise has been considered to be a residential area of its residents is at a lower level of both social and economic backgrounds. Paradise also has a mix ethnic y population itis within forty-five (45) minutes from the capital city ‘Georgetown’. The reason why this community was chosen is that the researcher lives at the community and the researcher has a middle class standard of livingand also her parents are very well known to the residents of the Paradise which means that data collectionwould not be difficult to record, failure of marriages hasbe increased and needs immediate attentionto dealt with.
  5. 5. TOPIC Marriage STATEMENT OF PROBLEM What are the major effects of marriage? What are the causes of marriage? REASON FOR SELECTING AREA OF RESEACH
  6. 6. 1. Paradise is one of the major communities that failure of marriage occurs and are effecting or affecting the homes of family. 2. The researcher notices that alcoholand drug addictionare the two main causes of failure of marriage in paradise. 3. The divorce rate are rising up so rapid in this small area which is not healthyfor a goods standard of marriage. 4. As for the child/childrenof a divorced family are being so effective their youthful mind. METHOD OF INVESTIGATION
  7. 7. Questionnairerefers to a set of questions on a form, submitted for replies that can be used to analyze for valuable information’sor in order to collect statistical information. This questionnairerefers to a part of collectingdata and has a number of advantages; 1. It necessitates a good amount of the for you to completed this questionnaire. 2. All questions expected to have an answer to it. 3. Signatures of yours are not necessary of this questionnaire. 4. Residents are expected to answer questionswith kindness, honesty and also loyalty. INSTRUMENTS USED TO COLLECT DATA
  8. 8. Academy of Apex Education 22 Atlantic Gardens East Coast Demerara Guyana January 10th , 2015 REF: A SURVEY ON WHAT ARE THE MAJOR CAUSES AND EFFECTS OF THE FAILURE OF MARRIAGE. Dear Respondents, On behalf of the researcher who is a grade eleven (11) student of the above mention school, who is preparing to write the Caribbeansecondary examination certificate in the month of May-June 2015. As this is the essential part of the social-studies examination, the researcher has been accommodatedor obliges to regulate a survey on a social problem that is at a high level of influence to her community. The researcher hasdistinct to address and identify the issues of the failure of marriage or divorced. As it is a considerationof the researcher to seek your indolenceand cooperationin filling out this questionnairein honesty and to the best of your skillsand ability.Please note
  9. 9. that all informationthat was given would be kept strictly restricted. This questionnairecould be answer simple thick or short answers where is necessary. Thank you in participationof your kind and lovinghelp. Yours Respectively CandacyMentore CSEC Candidate2015. QUESTIONNAIRE
  10. 10. 1. Sex Male Female 2. Age Range 15-25 26-35 36-45 46-55 56-over 3. Ethnicy Portuguese Africans Chinese East Indians Amerindians Europeans Mixed 4. Marital states Married Single Divorce
  11. 11. 5. Religion Christianity Islam Hinduism 6. How long are you a resident of this community? Under 1 year 1-3 years 3-5 years 5 years-over 7. What marriage can be defined as A vow When two person living together It is a proposal Legal union that contain a certificate 8. What is the most common marriage that occurs in the community? Arranged marriage Shot gun Family tradition Marriage convenience
  12. 12. 20. What is the major cause of marriage? Teenage pregnancy Domestic violence Financial problem 20. Is divorce a common conclusion to marriage in your community? Yes No 11. What is the major effect of divorce to children? Suffer academically Childrensubstantiallyare incarcerated to commit crime Experience illness Suffer from psychologicaldistress 12. What is the most common cause of failure in marriage at paradise? Domestic violence Drug abuse Infertility Financialproblem 13. Which of the following is more that teenager from divorce family more likely engaged in?
  13. 13. Engaged in sexual intercourse Engaged in drugs Engaged in crimes Engaged in abusiveactivities 14. Which of the individualsuffer the most after being divorce? Husband Wife Child/children 15. The men who faces divorce which of the followingeffect they usuallyget? They lose their sense of identity Paternal instinct is challenged They usuallydon’t allow themselves to grieve properly 16. How is it that parents who are single parenting cope with the children and also remained, do you think any of the following affected the child/children? Social problems Financialproblems Emotionalproblems
  14. 14. Economic problems 17. What is the main role of socializationthe spouse should share with each other? Love, affection and attention Respect Adourpartners Be at each other sides 18. What is one possible solutiondo you think can reduce divorce? 19. Which of the following can reduce divorced rate? Counseling Resolving the cause of divorce Increase of domestic violence Drug abuse 20. When married couple divorce does they remarried? Yes No
  15. 15. PROCEDURE USED TO COLLECT DATA
  16. 16. The topic that the researcher selected of the school based assessment (s.b.a) is marriage. Then the researcher had constructed a questionnaireof twenty (20) questionsto submit to the subject teacher to checked and corrected. After the questionnairewas submitted and done correction the researcher then typed out one and made twenty (20) copies in order for distribution. The time which the researcher distributed the questionnaires to the residents was around 05:00pm to 06:30pm of January 15th 2015. There was five streets within the small villagewhich the researcher had shared four questionnairesto one street two on the left side and two to the right side to two males and two females for each street. The respondents that were selected were from the age of fifteen to fifty. The researcher had given the residents seven days to fill up the questionnaires which were 22th , January 2015. After this was successfully finished the questionnairewas then submitted to the subject teacher once again for correction then when correction was made the researcher used questionnaireswas gathered to compile a report. PRESENTATION AND EXPLANATION OF DATA
  17. 17. Question 7 which of the following marriage can define as? Table 1 Fig.1 Pie chart shows how much respondents defined marriage as in paradise. It can be seen that 30% defined it is a vow, 25% defined it as when two person living together, 25% defined it as NO.OF RESPONSE A vow when two person living together it is a legal proposal a legal union that contain a certificate TOTAL OPTION NO.OF RESPONSE % OF RESPONSE A VOW 6 30% When two person living together 5 25% It is a legal proposal 5 25% Legal unionthat contain a certificate 4 20% Total 20 100%
  18. 18. a legal proposal and 20% defined marriage as a legal unionthat contain a certificate. Question 12 what are the most causes of failure of marriage in paradise. Table 2 OPTION NO.OF RESPONSE % OF RESPONSE Domestic violence 4 20% Drug abuse 6 30% Infertility 3 15% Financialproblems 7 35% TOTAL 20 100
  19. 19. Fig 2 Fig 2 shows the number of response that is the most causes of failure of marriage in paradise. It can be seen that financial problem has 30% which is the highest then drug abuse with 30% followed by domestic violence20% and infertility has 15% which is the least cause of failure of marriage in paradise. 0 5 10 15 20 25 NO.OF RESPONSE % OF RESPONSE
  20. 20. Question 17 what is the main role of socializationthe spouse should share with each other. Table 3 OPTION NO.OF RESPONSE % OF RESPONSE Love , affection and attention 6 30% Respect 5 25% Adour partners 4 20% Be at each other sides 5 25% TOTAL 2O 100% Fig3 Figure three shows the percentage of the main socialization. Love, affection and attentionhave 30%, respect has 25% also 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 NO.OF RESPONSE % OF RESPONSE
  21. 21. be at each other side has 25% and Adourhas 20% of socialization.These graphs give you a good view of what is the problem of failure marriage in order for us to think allthe possible solution which can be used to reduce divorce rate in this small area called paradise.
  22. 22. ANALYZING AND INTERPETATION OF DATA The researcher knows that is part of this school based assessment (s.b.a) or report is a very important part which actuallycarried 20% of the marks overall. Firstly the researcher used the questionnairethat was distributed to the residents of the small villagecalled paradise which had important informationof marriage, the causes effects and even possible solutionfor failure marriage also even which type of marriage mostly occur in the community. Questionnaires was distributed to five males and fifteen to the females but the researcher noticed that all five of the males had been able to filled and returned the questionnaireswhereas allfifteen of the females didn’t twelve had returned out of fifteen. The researcher also recognized that majority of the residents was at the age between twenty to forty-five years old (20-45), whereas the residents who had been able to response to the questionnaire was living in the small village for five years and even over,
  23. 23. which the researcher had a greater advantagebecause they were experience residents. The three questionsthat had chosen for the presentationof data were randomly checked and were set appropriately.The first question was what can define as marriage? The researcher gave four optionswhich are a vow, when two persons living together, it is a legal proposal and a legal unionthat containa certificate. The researcher noticed that most residents had chosen the first optionwhich is a vow, the researcher realized that what the residents trying to simplify is that when you make a vow your responsibilityis to honor and keep it between the persons actually this kind of vow is one that includes god it is a promise that you made their and you’re not supposed to let go until death do us part. When two people made that kind of vow it is no matter allthe dangerouspath while it is rough or smooth you need to go through, marriage life has steps to go through, this is why the researcher thought why the residents chosen this optionthe most.
  24. 24. The second questionwas what are the most causes of failure of marriage in paradise? Also this questionhad four optionsto choose, the researcher thought that domestic violencewould have been the most cause but according to the report it was financial problem, there are two ways which the married couple can solve this problem which is either increase income or decrease expenses. They can increase their income by working together and be able to take responsibilitiesthey should without causing misunderstanding or argument within the family, however they can decrease expenses by shopping for much lower qualitybut strong materials, avoidbuying expensive products. The third question was what is the main role of socializationthe spouse should share with each other? The optionswere love, affection and attention,respect, Adour partners and be at each other side. Most residents choose the first optionswhich were aggressive. The researcher recognized that most married couple does not play that role within the family and they need even couples might be busy with their working schedule
  25. 25. without these the relationshipwill not last for long. The community paradise have a lot of single parent family and sibling householdwhereas a few of nuclearfamily which is not a good life standard these single parent family and sibling householdcan hampered the mind of the youthsin paradise these type of family have a great disadvantageof the nuclear families.
  26. 26. FINDINGS The researcher observed that during the investigation of this problem for failure marriage is that one of the main cause was financialproblemsand this does only occur in the community paradise but also the country or around the world and the couples doesn’t know how to deal with is matter and due to these situationsthe government should be able organize special counseling for the families. Secondly the researcher noticed that when fathers are single parents the faces some of the horrible consequences more than the mothers when the mother walk out on the family the husbandfeels frustrated and this even can lead to being abusive to the child/childrenwhich can also lead to much bigger situation.Thirdly is that divorce rate is getting more higher each year which isn’t supposed to happenif married couples lived together for five years it is a lot most peopleget divorce this is terrible for the humanitylives, they made a vow and didn’t kept and this happensall around the world, the governments should respect this type of life and find possible solutionto reduce the rated of divorce and save the marriages withinthe countries.
  27. 27. RECOMMENDATION AND IMPLEMENTATION The major causes of failure marriage are financialproblems, communicationproblems and also abuse problemsthat mostly occur in the community. The researcher observed the effects of failure of marriages are depression and challengeof paternalinstinct and even this can hamper the childrenof broken marriages from be educated. These failures of marriages shouldnot be at a high rate or it should not be increasing rapidlyevery year. In other to solve these issues I would do the possible solution of the following below:  Acknowledge that one partner maybe the saver and the other the spender understand that both partners have benefits also agree to learn from each other tendencies and never hide income or debt.  Being abuse in any way to avoid this you can seek counseling associationsand try to communicate with partners in a loving way.
  28. 28. CONCULSION This school based assessment had be successfully completed with the help and explanationthe subject teacher and he support of the residents also from the researcher family members.
  29. 29. BIBILOGRAPHY Name of book: modules in social-studies Author: rampersaud ramsawak & ralph r. umraw Internet: social-studies school based assessment sample Soft copy of a social-studies school based assessment
  30. 30. GLOSSARY ABUSE - to treat in a harmful, injurious, or offensive way. AFFECTION - a tender feeling toward another. CRIME - an act committed or omitted in violation of a law forbidding or commanding it and for which punishment is imposed upon conviction. DIVORCE – the legal dissolution of a marriage. DOMESTIC VIOLENCE – acts of violence against a member of one’s immediate family, especially in homes. HONOR – high respect, as that shown reputation, esteem. INFERTILITY – the persistent inability to conceive a child. ISLAM – a monotheistic religion characterized by the acceptance the doctrine of submission to god and to Muhammad as the chief and last prophet of god. LEGAL – recognized or enforced by law rather by equity. MARRIAGE – a legal union or contract made by a man and woman to live as husband and wife. RELIGIOUS – having or showing belief in and reverence for god or a deity. SOCIALIZATION – the modification from infancy of an individual’sbehaviourto conform to the demand of social life. PSYCHOLOGICAL – relating to the mind or mental activity.
  31. 31. APPENDIES

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