Findings from the study uncovered mixed effects of early adolescent romance on student performance. While frequent dating behaviors and early sexual experiences showed significant negative impacts on both academic outcomes, moderate dating activities had an estimated positive impact.
The present study provides evidence of a salient relationship between the dating behaviour and academic performance of students in mathematics in tertiary institutions. One of the protective factors for adolescents wellbeing is rooted in their educational attainment.
One of the negative effects of dating at a young age includes poor academic performance and low achievements. Teenagers from 13-16 years old who choose to have romantic relationships have poor academic outcomes in contrast to their peers who spend more time on home assignments and receive higher grades (Runhare et al 5).
Although many negative effects of dating during the pre-teen and early adolescent years are noted -- poor academic performance, low educational aspirations, delinquency, enduring poor social skills, sexual activity, depression and drug use, having a boyfriend or girlfriend during the high school years seems to have a more positive effect.
Quatman, et. al., (2001) studied dating status, academic performance, and motivation in high schools in the US state of California, showing that students who dated more frequently had a lower academic performance. The overall results of the study show that adolescents who dated frequently whether boys or girls, or grade level, displayed consistently and significantly lower levels of academic.Learn More
It was discovered that teenage pregnancy affect the academic and career prospects of the teenage involved. Chapter five consists of summary, conclusion, recommendation and references in conclusion it was obvious that a teenage student who become pregnant is not likely to complete her education.Learn More
Researchers examined the relationship between dating status and academic achievement, academic motivation, depression, and self-esteem. Although high school students do not face as many distractions, the affiliation can still be made between the two. Results showed a relationship between dating more frequently and lower academic performance. Other research where Sgobbo (2000) studied the.Learn More
THE EFFECT DATING AND PREMARITAL SEX ON ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF URBAN AND RURAL STUDENTS OF AKWA IBOM STATE CHAPTER ONEINTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND TO THE STUDYDating and pre marital sex raise endless questions, it is a practice that influence by the time, period, social conditions, construct, biology, cultural no and institutional structure that surrounds people.Learn More
Witnessing violence has been associated with decreased school attendance and academic performance. vi 20% of students with mostly D and F grades have engaged in dating violence in the last year, while only 6% of students with mostly A’s have engaged in dating violence. vii Further, teenage victims of dating violence are more likely than their non-abused peers to smoke, use drugs, engage in.Learn More
Results showed a relationship between dating more frequently and lower academic performance. Dating frequency and level of commitment are two of the underlying factors that define a relationship; marriage being the highest level of commitment and frequent dating of more than one person being towards the bottom of the scale. Research conducted by Chilean and Meyer (1963) in the early sixties.Learn More
The students’ academic performance depends on a number of socio-economic factors like students’ attendance in the class, family income, mother’s and father’s education, teacher-student ratio, presence of trained teacher in school, sex of the student, and distance of schools. Hijaz and Naqvi (2006) observed that there is a negative relationship between the family income and students.Learn More
Although many negative effects of dating during the pre-teen and early adolescent years are noted — poor academic performance, low educational aspirations, delinquency, enduring poor social skills, sexual activity, depression and drug use, having a boyfriend or girlfriend during the high school years seems to have a more positive effect. With greater emotional development and social skills.Learn More
Teen dating violence (TDV) is a type of intimate partner violence. It occurs between two people in a close relationship. TDV includes four types of behavior: Physical violence is when a person hurts or tries to hurt a partner by hitting, kicking, or using another type of physical force. Sexual violence is forcing or attempting to force a partner to take part in a sex act, sexual touching, or a.Learn More
Dating violence affects women regardless of their age, but teens are particularly vulnerable. In fact, women age 16 to 24 experience the highest per capita rate of intimate partner violence.i Teen dating violence is prevalent and teens may also be exposed to domestic violence in their homes. Teens and young adults who are disconnected from social supports such as school, family, and work are.Learn More
Findings from the study uncovered mixed effects of early adolescent romance on student performance. While frequent dating behaviors and early sexual experiences showed significant negative impacts on both academic outcomes, moderate dating activities had an estimated positive impact. Implications from this study may help inform educators and families in developing appropriate policies and.Learn More
This experiment will address this question by evaluating the effects of dating on students’ academic performance. Materials: Approximately 100 high school-aged male and female test subjects; Computer; Printer; Relationship Involvement Scale; Notebook for analyzing results; Experimental Procedure: Create a short survey to give to your test subjects that analyzes their current relationship.Learn More