MOTIVATIONAL FACTORS FOR YOUTH PARTICIPATION IN RURAL LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIES IN OGUN STATE, NIGERIA
D. O. Torimiro
This study was conducted to determine the motivational factors for youth participation in rural leadership development activities (R.L.D.As.) in Ogun State, Nigeria. Pre-tested and structured interview schedule was used to elicit information from 558 rural youths between the age group of 13 years and 30 years that were randomly selected, using multi-stage and random sampling techniques. Descriptive statistics like frequency counts and percentage were used to analyse the data, while the Pearson s correlation analysis was used to determine the relationship between the variables investigated, principal component analysis was used to establish the variables used in naming the motivational factors. The study shows that personal interest (r = 0.24). family value (r = 0.23), recognition (r = 0.25). responsibility (r = 0.19), incentives derived (r = 0.20) and economic status (r - 0.13) had positive and significant relationship with level of participation in R.L.D.As .
Torimiro, D. O., & Laogun, E. (2018). MOTIVATIONAL FACTORS FOR YOUTH PARTICIPATION IN RURAL LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIES IN OGUN STATE, NIGERIA. Journal of Agricultural Extension, 4, 28–35. Retrieved from https://journal.aesonnigeria.org/index.php/jae/article/view/1627