Factors influencing risky sexual behaviours among university students in Kenya
Ondieki, Paul Wycliffe
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The major purpose of this study was to investigate factors influencing risky sexual behaviours among university students in Kenya. The study also aimed at finding out to what extent sex, year of study, category of university , religion, course of study and participation in selected leisure activities influence their responses. The central idea was to critically analyze the behaviour change, counseling and administrative implications of the findings. The study subjects consisted of 586 second and fourth year students of Kenyatta University (main Campus) , Daystar University (Athi River Campus) and United States International University. Thirty-two of the students were interviewed. The stratified sampling procedure was used to derive the sample. A constructed self-administered questionnaire and in- depth personal interviews were used to collect the data. Both descriptive and inferential statistics.