Caribbean Studies Sba

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Teenage Awareness of Sexually Transmitted Diseases in Barbados

Caribbean Studies

Contents
Acknowledgments.................. 1
Introduction.............................. 2
Literature Review................... 3-4
Data Collection Sources........ 5
Presentation of Findings...... 6-11
Interpretation of Findings... 12-13
Discussion of Findings........... 14
Limitations.................................. 15
Recommendations................... 16
Conclusion................................... 17
Bibliography................................ 18
Appendix.......................................
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This survey of 2,550 young people was carried out for the Staying Alive Foundation charity, which is supported by MTV UK and the Body Shop.

Data Collection Sources

Each of the literary texts that I have reviewed has helped to gain a better understanding of this overall topic. This is because the statistics discovered, have been generalized from a percentage of the world’s population. If this method was to be repeated with another percentage of the population and both surveys’ results were reviewed and compared, this would prove them to be reliable as the results would be the same. This is because School education has an age requirement before a child is given more information about STDs and sexual intercourse worldwide. Therefore, children of the norm worldwide would have the same awareness level as the other at a specific age. My method of study (questionnaire and survey) has helped in bettering my knowledge of this topic since I was able to gain quantitative data that supported the statistics of other literary texts and surveys. Also, I was able to gain a minimal amount of qualitative information that allowed me to understand more about the specific areas of this topic Teens are unaware of. This was minimal as most effective questionnaires and surveys have set questions which must be generalised to the public.

Presentation of Findings

The amount of people who chose the correct sexually

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