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Department of Mass Communication | Final Year Project Topics

  • 181. Analysis Of Audience Perception Of Media Coverage Of April 2011 Presidential Ele...
    » ABSTRACT The study focuses on the analysis of audience perception of media coverage of April 2011 Presidential election using South East geo political zone as a case study. However, the research study was restricted to five South East states of Abia, Imo, Enugu, Anambra, and Ebonyi to collect different perception from the audience about the conduct of April 2011 presidential election. Major findin...Continue Reading »

    88 pages |  959 engagements | 

  • 182. The Use Of Internet As A Communication Tool In International Marketing
    » ( A Survey Of The Opinion Of Selected Computer –literates In Enugu Metropolis) ABSTRACT The use of Internet as a communication tool in international marketing; a case study of computer literates in Enugu metropolis x rayed the way internet is used as a viable tool in international marketing especial by Nigeria international marketers. The following findings were made in the course of the stu...Continue Reading »

    74 pages |  805 engagements | 

  • 183. The Impact Of The Media In Checking Economic Crime
    » (a Case Study Of Efcc Activities) ABSTRACT This research was designed to assess the impact of the media in checking economic crime in Nigeria. This study specifically examined how the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) through the media (Thisday and Sun newspapers) arrested and persecuted individuals found wanting in money laundering, fraud etc. The researcher used content analysis re...Continue Reading »

    58 pages |  934 engagements | 

  • 184. THE INFLUENCE OF WESTERN CULTURE ON THE NIGERIAN YOUTH
    » (A CASE STUDY OF TAKUM L.G.A) INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY This study is on the influence of western culture on the Nigerian youths using Takum Local Government as a case study. The term culture has been defined differently by many people. The different definitions attached to culture are based on the differences in the orientation of the people. According to Ekeh (2012), culture is co...Continue Reading »

    65 pages |  8,931 engagements | 

  • 185. THE IMPACT OF NIGERIAN PRESS ON THE CHOICE OF A POLITICAL CANDIDATE
    » INTRODUCTION Mass communication is defined as messages directed towards a large group of people using a mass medium. It involves disseminating information to a large, diverse, homogenous/heterogeneous audience. Mass communication is made possible through the help of mass media. That is to say mass media makes mass communication a reality. Mass media includes television, radio, newspaper, magazine ...Continue Reading »

    75 pages |  1,210 engagements | 

  • 186. AN ASSESSMENT OF THE ROLE OF THE MASS MEDIA IN RE-BRANDING NIGERIA
    » CHAPTER ONEINTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDYOne of the primary challenges faced by developing countries especially Nigeria stems from the breakdown of bordering between their internal and external aspects. Professionals and scholars have arranged that increasing the actions and statement of Nigerian leaders and citizens simultaneously affect National and International identity and image. Th...Continue Reading »

    60 pages |  1,032 engagements | 

  • 187. THE ATTITUDE OF FEMALE MASS COMMUNICATION STUDENTS TOWARDS JOURNALISM AS A CAREE...
    » Abstract The researcher in this work focused on the Attitude of Female Mass Communication Students Towards Journalism As a Career. It is believed that a large number of female trained journalists are produced from different higher Institutions in our country, but only a few go into the filed to practice their Journalism profession. This is why the researcher dimmed it fit to research into the imag...Continue Reading »

    2,912 engagements | 

  • 188. THE ROLE OF PUBLIC RELATIONS IN CRISIS MANAGEMENT
    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY Crisis emerged in the universe right from the beginning of man and has remain a reoccurring variable or decimal but not without effects. Man’s interaction with the environment coupled with the sophistication of the present age, survival of the fittest has become a since quo non. Thus, people get involved in many activities with the prime o...Continue Reading »

    945 engagements | 

  • 189. THE ROLE OF ELECTRONIC MEDIA IN THE CRUSADE AGAINST RELIGIOUS INTOLERANCE IN NIG...
    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY Since primordial times. the major concern of man has been self preservation. He desire above all things security, that is a feeling of well being, contentment and being at peace with nature (Tukur 200). However, the elusive nature of these values made ,ore complex by the uncertainties of life has motivated man into a perpetual search for reassur...Continue Reading »

    1,027 engagements | 

  • 190. THE INFLUENCE OF WESTERN TELEVISION PROGRAMMES ON THE CULTURAL VALUES OF NIGERIA...
    » ABSTRACT This study probes the impact which Tv has on the cultural values of the Nigeria youths. It specifically tackles the impact of western Tv programes on Nigeria University students. The research posits that the current trends in cultural behaviour of youths in Nigeria as observed among Caritas student Enugu is significantly associated with their perception of western culture and exposure to ...Continue Reading »

    3,260 engagements | 

  • 191. THE ROLE OF RADIO AND TELEVISION IN RURAL DEVELOPMENT
    » ABSTRACT Communication is central to all human activities. The claim that we cannot communicate receive scholarly applause. However, there are people who seem to be neglected when we began to discuss communication and information flow. Those in the urban cities are always better informed to the detriment of the ruralities. It is an irony that while the aim to reach out the grassroots and properly ...Continue Reading »

    10,439 engagements | 

  • 192. THE ROLE OF BROADCAST MEDIA IN MOBILIZING WOMEN FOR POLITICAL PARTICIPATION
    » ABSTRACT The low rate of female participation in politics compared to that of their male counter parts in Nigeria creates a need to examine the situation in this study, “The role of broadcast media in mobilizing women for political participation in Nigeria”. This study examines the problems, first, defining the importance of women to participate in politics. The survey research method ...Continue Reading »

    1,843 engagements | 

  • 193. THE MASS MEDIA AS CHANNEL FOR CREATING AWARENESS AND MOBILIZING PUBLIC SUPPORT
    » CHAPTER ONE PURPOSE OF THE STUDY 1.1 INTRODUCTION Generally, all mass media organs in all established societies are expected to fulfill certain responsibilities and these obviously would include creating awareness and mobilizing public support towards governmental or public oriented programmes. Television, as a mass media organ, is equally expected to fulfill these functions as well. First of all,...Continue Reading »

    1,354 engagements | 

  • 194. THE ROLES OF THE MEDIA ININFLUENCING ENUGU STATE GOVERNMENT POLICIES DURING GOVE...
    » ABSTRACT This study focuses on “The Role of the Media in Influencing Enugu State Government Policies during Governor Chime’s Government from 2007 2011”. A survey method of research was used, five questions were raised and three hypotheses were formulated of which one was accepted and two rejected. The population of 3,267,837 was estimated for the study and a sample size of 400 wa...Continue Reading »

    795 engagements | 

  • 195. THE USE OF STATE BROADCAST MEDIA AS PROPAGANDA MACHINERY BY STATE GOVERNMENT
    » ABSTRACT In several quarters, there have been allegation making round, that state governments use their state Broadcast media as propaganda machinery. The focus is to investigate such allegation using Enugu State Broadcasting Service (ESBS) radio/TV as a case study. The study was based on critical theory by staurt Hall. The theory views the means by which the “haves of society gain the willi...Continue Reading »

    902 engagements | 

  • 196. THE EFFECTS OF TV ADVERTS ON CHILDREN
    » Chapter one – Introduction 1.1 Background of study 1.2 Statement of research problems 1.3 Objectives of study 1.4 Significance of the study 1.5 Research Questions 1.6 Research Hypothesis 1.7 Concept ional and Operational Definition 1.8 Assumptions 1.9 Delimitation of study (sample) Chapter two – Literature Review 2.1 Source of literature 2.2 The Review 2.3 Summary of the literature Cha...Continue Reading »

    2,111 engagements | 

  • 197. TRADITIONAL MEDIA OF COMMUNICATION AS TOOLS FOR EFFECTIVE RURAL DEVELOPMENT
    » ABSTRACT The study is a critical examination of the role of mass media in Traditional media of communication as tools for effective rural development. Notwithstanding the various modern means of communication such as RADIO, INTERNET, TELEVISION, NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINES, etc. The rural means of communication is still the epitome for rural development. These traditional medium of communication include...Continue Reading »

    26,474 engagements | 

  • 198. THE IMPACT OF MANAGEMENT COMMUNICATION FOR EFFECTIVE ORGANIZATIONAL PERFORMANCE.
    » ABSTRACT The focus of this study is “the impact of management communication for effective organizational performance” with particular reference to ANAMMCO, Enugu. The core concern of the study was to find out the communication techniques and system that will help in determining the effectiveness of such techniques and system for effective organizational performance. To achieve this aim...Continue Reading »

    1,348 engagements | 

  • 199. THE IMPACT OF MASS MEDIA CAMPAIGN AGAINST AIDS AMONG TEENAGERS
    » ABSTRACT This study is aimed to ascertain the impact of mass media campaign aimed curbing the spread of the diseases AIDS among teenagers in Enugu state. The objective of the study is also to find out through survey method whether the teenager are really getting sufficient information about AIDS blue so as to enable them inform their opinion about the diseases. The study took account of the sex, m...Continue Reading »

    1,697 engagements | 

  • 200. THE ASSESSMENT OF NIGERIA PRESS COUNCIL AS A REGULATORY MECHANISM FOR NIGERIAN J...
    » ABSTRACT In any academic pursuit all over the world, there must be situations and reason which could propel a research or project of this nature. This same thing applies to this project which was tentatively researched and written in order to help students who may want to inquire more on the role of the Nigerian Press Council as a regulatory machanism for the conduct of journalism practices in Nig...Continue Reading »

    2,318 engagements | 


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