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This study investigated the influence of adolescents’ access to media resources on attitude to sexual and reproductive health. The survey research design was adopted while the questionnaire was used as the major instrument of data collection. Sixty copies of questionnaire were administered on the adolescents that were purposively selected from the three organisations chosen for the study while only 52 copies were returned with useful responses. The findings of the study revealed that the adolescents make use of electronic media resources more than other categories of media resources such as print and oral media resources.The study established a significant relationship between adolescents’ access to media resources and their attitude to sexual reproductive health practices.



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