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Practices and Attitudes of Youth in Politics in Epe Local Government, Lagos State, Nigeria

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Politics is a necessary result of man‟s relationship with each other, it is everywhere and influencing the affairs of human being, it is a means by which an individuals or group of people achieve and maintain power and influence positively the socio-economic status of the parties concerned. This paper reports the practices and attitude of youth in politics in Epe local government area, Lagos state. From the study fifty (50) youths were randomly selected from five zones, ten (10) youths from each zone in Epe Local area. Each technique contained four items. Findings shows that youth wing of political parties came first under political attitudes while violence came first with mean score of 2.58 under youth anti-social behavior in politics followed by maltreatment of youth in the society with mean score of 2.98 under the causes of youth negative behaviors in politics, introducing programme of protection to youth came first with the mean score of 3.74 under how could government of Nigeria help the youth to become an instrument for natural rebirth. There is significant difference between male and female views in causes and solution to youth problems in politics. There is no significant difference between male and female views in the practices and attitudes of youth in politics. It is recommended that Government should enlighten the youth on how to practice politics without violence more so National rebirth could be advanced if also organize seminars and workshop for the youths.

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Periodical:
International Letters of Social and Humanistic Sciences (Volume 19)
Pages:
90-98
Citation:
L. Apeke Saka and B. Sebiomo, "Practices and Attitudes of Youth in Politics in Epe Local Government, Lagos State, Nigeria", International Letters of Social and Humanistic Sciences, Vol. 19, pp. 90-98, 2014
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December 2013
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