E ISSN: 2583-049X

International Journal of Advanced Multidisciplinary Research and Studies

Volume 3, Issue 6, 2023

Modeling Determinants of Marital Instability in Taraba State of Nigeria

Author(s): Mohammed Musa Ndaware, Habiba Danjuma


Many Nigerian homes and children have struggled to grow and succeed due to marital instability, which can be caused by a variety of issues including poverty, impotence, parental influence, a lack of trust, and more. It has several negative effects on kids, including lack of love, illiteracy, and peer pressure. The government needs to have created mandatory laws governing marriage and provided appropriate guidance prior to marriage in order to address this marital issue. In order to determine the reasons that lead to marriage instability in the region, the purpose of this research project is to fit a binary logistic model that will characterize the pattern of marriage instability in Taraba state, Nigeria. Both men and women working in local government were the subjects of questionnaires and in-person interviews. It was concluded that each region contributed differently to the marriage instability in Taraba State.

Keywords: Modeling, Binary Logistic, Marriage Instability

Pages: 897-901

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