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FACTORS INFLUENCING EARLY MARRIAGE AMONG TEENAGERS IN RURAL AREAS (CASE STUDY OF GBANGBALADA METROPOLIS ABUJA)

FACTORS INFLUENCING EARLY MARRIAGE AMONG TEENAGERS IN RURAL AREAS (CASE STUDY OF GBANGBALADA METROPOLIS ABUJA)

CHAPTER ONE
INTRODUCTION
1.1 Background of the study
Marriage is a social institution that unites people in a special form of mutual dependence for the purpose of founding and maintaining a family. As a social practice entered into through a public act, religious or traditional ceremony, it reflects the purposes, character and customs of the society in which it is found. Many societies have norms that limit the age of young girls to enter into marriage, but in some cases the age limit does not take into consideration their physiological readiness for childbearing. Marriage often takes place at ages much earlier than the legally ratified minimum age. Early marriage is the marriage of children and adolescents below the age of 18 years.

In several culture girls are forced to be married at a very early age due to various
reasons such as getting dowry, the fear of some parents that their daughters would
get pregnant while at home.
It was considered shameful for a girl to get pregnant outside wedlock. Other factors
include unequal power relations and economic hardship. This also exposes girls to
unwanted pregnancies, sexually transmitted diseases including HIV/AIDS and
abortions as common problems among adolescents worldwide. This also account as
to why adolescents suffer more from related complications, such as maternal and
infant death.

Statement of the problem
Despite being prevalent with profound impacts, child marriage in Nigeria attracts
limited attention yet it has become a serious problem in most parts of the country
particularly in rural areas like Gbangbalada. The parents\ guardians living in a poverty are often tempted to marry off their young girls to obtains bride price in which they believe will relieve them from the economic hardship, but in reality parents\ guardians are not familiar on the practice of young girls marriage and their impact of their health and welfare of young females.

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