Primarily, the sampling process involved a well-thought survey to ensure that only those teenagers who had had more than a single sexual debut were chosen. Secondly, the study considered adolescents who belonged to some sort of peer cliques.
In that way, the study confined in peer groups only; thereby keeping at bay any superfluous factors other than peer influence as the sole determinant of. Accordingly, this study exploited SPSS data analysis package for its explicit ability of correlating variables. SPSS offers simple methodical approach in handling social data in the bid to establish causality.
Nevertheless, all protocols and ethical considerations pertinent in social research were observed. Besides, confidentiality and subject protection were taken into account though sequence coding.