The Economic And Social Effects of Rural-Urban Migration in Local Government ( A Case Study Of Ikole Local Government Area Of Ekiti State)


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TABLE OF CONTENTS

CHAPTER ONE: 1.0 General Introduction or background of the study

1.1    Introduction

1.2    Statement of the problem

1.3    Purpose/objectives of the study

1.4    significance of the study

1.5    Research hypothesis

1.6    Scope and limitations of the study

1.7    Organization of the study/plan of the study synopsis of each chapter.

1.8    Definition of terms

         Reference

CHAPTER TWO: 2.0 Literature Review

2.1    Introduction

2.2    Theoretical framework

2.3    Current trends in thinking

2.4    summary of the chapter

         Reference

CHAPTER THREE:   3.0    Methodology and Research Methods

3.1    Introduction

3.2    Sample and population of the study

3.3    Sources of data/data collection instruments

3.4    Method of data analysis

Reference

CHAPTER FOUR: 4.0 Data presentation/Analysis and Interpretation of Findings

4.1    Introduction

4.2    Brief History of Ikole Local Government

4.3    Presentation of data

4.4    Analysis of data

4.5    Testing of hypothesis

4.6    Summary of  chapter

         Reference

 

CHAPTER FIVE:  5.0 Summary, recommendation and conclusion

5.1      Summary of findings

5.2      Recommendations

5.3      Conclusions

           Bibliography

CHAPTER ONE

1.0   INTRODUCTION GENERAL INTRODUCTION

1.1   INTRODUCTION IN OVERVIEW OF THE TOPIC

         Few years ago, rural-urban migration was viewed favourably in the economic department, prior to this time, rural-urban migration has been in existence. People migrate from one place or area to the other especially from rural to urban area for one thing or the other. It is now abundantly clear from recent trends that the rate for rural urban job creat8ion and surpass from the capacity of both industrial and urban social service effectively to absorb this labour. Population in Ekiti State is becoming alarming and particularly among the youths. The consequence of this is gradual reduction of family labour on the farms and most especially since the late 1780s, other problems are created in this process and it is the intention of the researcher to examine the extent to which Ekiti State is affected.

  • Department: Population Studies
  • Project ID: PPS0004
  • Access Fee: ₦5,000
  • Pages: 62 Pages
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