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Ethical response to indecent dressing among Nigerian youths

GI Otubah

Abstract


This paper discusses the ethical response to indecent dressing among Nigerian youths. The indecent dressing of our youths seems as if nakedness is more valued than modesty. When we see what some of our youths wear in the public to display their private parts in order to attract the opposite sex, one can say that morality has collapsed. This research discovered that some of the reasons why these youths dress indecently were as a result of wrong use of internet, poor parenting and peer pressure. This study involved three area of data collection namely: primary sources, secondary sources and observation method. This paper recommends that parents should give attention to their children and be good moral exemplars to their children. Religious leaders should preach against that too.



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