EFFECTS OF BUKUSU MALE CIRCUMCISION SONGS METAPHOR ON THE EDUCATION OF THE BOY CHILD AMONG THE BUKUSU COMMUNITY (A CASE STUDY TRANS-NZOIA COUNTY, KENYA.)
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The purpose of the study was to determine how Bukusu Male Circumcision Songs Metaphor have affected the Education of the Boy Child among the Bukusu Community in Trans-Nzoia County, Kenya.. The study was guided by the following objectives: To establish the importance of Luhya male Circumcision songs metaphor among the Bukusu community, to establish the effect of Luhya Male Circumcision songs metaphor on the behavioral development of the Bukusu youth. To determine how Bukusu male circumcision songs metaphor have affected the Education of the Boy child among the Bukusu Community in Trans-Nzoia County.. The researcheradopted mixed research design whereby mixed research method utilizes both qualitative and quantitative data. The qualitative data was collected using open ended questionnaires while quantitative data collection method included closed ended questioners. The study was done in Trans-NzoiaCounty. The study targeted a total population of 2000 youths from 10 locations. Simple Random sampling procedure was employed. Stratified sampling technique was also used. The scope was limited to youths in Trans-Nzoia County. The study made use of questioners and interview guide. Validity of the instruments was established through pilot testing while reliability was established from consistency of the results obtained from the field. In chapter two empirical literatures was done on independent variable, dependent variable, and the four indicators of independent variable.. It also revealed that the circumcision songs metaphor affects the education of the boy child greatly and as a result it also affects the behavioral development of the youth immorally. In conclusion this therefore calls for the Bukusu community this songs metaphor in such a way that the messages they carry be moral and educative to boy child.
[Susan Wandukusi, Japheth Barasa, Risper Konzoolo, Patrick Olutwati, Stephen Mukubuyi, Patrick Barasa, David Loeseps, John Masinde, Florance Chemayiek and Ruth Imbuye (2020); EFFECTS OF BUKUSU MALE CIRCUMCISION SONGS METAPHOR ON THE EDUCATION OF THE BOY CHILD AMONG THE BUKUSU COMMUNITY (A CASE STUDY TRANS-NZOIA COUNTY, KENYA.) Int. J. of Adv. Res. 8 (Nov). 1186-1192] (ISSN 2320-5407). www.journalijar.com
MPA (Masters of public Administration and Management) Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences Northwestern Christian University America Florida Mount Dora
Article DOI: 10.21474/IJAR01/12116
DOI URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.21474/IJAR01/12116
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