The Survey of the Factors Affecting the growth of Co-operative Society in Enugu Metropolist.
The study was conducted to examine the survey of the factors Affecting the Growth of Co-operative Society in Enugu Metropolis, 2003 – 2005.
In pursuance of this investigation, this research work covers five chapters: chapter one deals with introduction, background of the study, statement of the problem, purpose of the study, significance of the study, delimitation of the study, research questions, assumption and definition terms.
Chapter two examines the past related literature to the topic of the project and relates them to the study on hand to show that the process adopted in this study is right.
Chapter three deals with the design of the study and the methodology of the data analysis.
Chapter four deals with data presentation analysis and how the research was find.
Chapter five covers the summary of the findings, recommendation and conclusion of the research based on the out work.
Title Page I
Approval Page ii
Table of Content vi
1.1 Background of the study
1.2 Statement of the problem
1.3 Purpose of the Study
1.4 Significance of the study
1.5 Delimitation of the study
1.6 Research questions
1.7 Assumption of the study
1.8 Definition of terms
REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE
1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY
Modern Co-operatives blossomed out of the need to provide economic salvation to common men who were economically exploited during the heat days of the industrial revolution. This view was strongly supported by Okonkwo (1989) who describes the co-operative movement as an invention of necessity, originated from the evils of the industrial revolution from the device adopted by the suffering working classes of the industrial revolution to alleviate their private condition.
In Nigeria the general term co-operatives existed before the accent of modern co-operatives which have high degree of potency for economic salvation. The form of cooperative which is as traditional as it is reciprocal in operation has the precious intent of solving an existential economic problem of the members who have voluntarily agreed to work together for their welfare.