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Title: The influence of alcoholism on agricultural performance:
Other Titles: a case study of Artwotcek Sub County in Amolatar District
Authors: Omeja, Fred
Keywords: Acoholism
Agricultural performance
Issue Date: Sep-2017
Publisher: Kampala International University, College of Humanities and Social Sciences
Abstract: The topic of the study was the impact of alcoholism on agricultural performance. The study was conducted in Artwotcek Sub County in Amolatar District. The study was guided by three objectives; To assess causes of alcoholism on agricultural performance; To assess the effects of alcoholism on increasing agricultural performance; 3) To determine the possible solution to alcoholism on agricultural performance. The study used questionnaire to collect the required information. The researcher used the sample size of 62 respondents. The researcher used Solvens formula in order to determine the sample size used in the research. The results show that Alcohol consumption and dependence is considered a public health problem and deserves attention because of the social, work, family, physical, legal and violencerelated risks it represents. This study aimed to identify the effects of alcoholism on family relations and, by means of case management, to encourage the recovery of these relationships. The results show that the problems caused by alcohol abuse impose profound suffering to family members, which contributes to high levels of interpersonal conflict, domestic violence, parental inadequacy, child abuse and negligence, financial and legal difficulties, in addition to clinical problems associated to it.
Description: A dissertation submitted to the college of humanities and social sciences in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the award of a Bachelor's Degree of Development studies of Kampala International University
Appears in Collections:Bachelor of Development Studies

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