Vol 2 No 3 (2019): Volume 2, Issue 3, Year 2019
Articles

The Influence of Wharfs on School Children: A Case Study of Portee Wharf in Freetown, Sierra Leone

Alhaji Bakar Kamara
Milton Margai College of Education and Technology, Goderich campus, Freetown, Sierra Leone
Published September 23, 2019
Keywords
  • Wharf,
  • Influence,
  • School children
How to Cite
Kamara, A. B. (2019). The Influence of Wharfs on School Children: A Case Study of Portee Wharf in Freetown, Sierra Leone. Asian Journal of Interdisciplinary Research, 2(3), 128-140. https://doi.org/10.34256/ajir19311

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Abstract

The focus of this research is to investigate the influence of wharfs on school children. Therefore it will report the findings of the result on the influences of wharfs on school children with specific case on Portee Wharf in Freetown, Sierra Leone in West Africa. In this regard, the introduction describes the research area, stating the statement of the problem, the overall goal and specific objectives that will be attained in this study, justification for selecting the topic, problems to be encountered during the course of carrying out this research and major influences. Besides, an indication of the methods used to investigate the topic will also be highlighted. Moreover, the studies will analyze the actual responses of the respondents of the activities of the wharf on school-going children. It will address the questionnaire in accordance with the following: Background information of respondents, this investigated areas such as sex, age, religion, occupation and tribe; It enquires about the activities of the wharfs, reasons and consequences of children engaged in wharfs and strategies to control problems that may emanate from the wharf. The paper will show the findings, gives the summary, conclusion and recommendations of problems identified while carrying out the research.

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