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Department of Mass Communication | Final Year Project Topics

  • 181. 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 »

    9,739 engagements | 

  • 182. 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 »

    1,700 engagements | 

  • 183. 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 »

    1,247 engagements | 

  • 184. 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 »

    720 engagements | 

  • 185. 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 »

    810 engagements | 

  • 186. 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 »

    1,852 engagements | 

  • 187. 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 »

    22,565 engagements | 

  • 188. 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 »

    1,256 engagements | 

  • 189. 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 »

    1,588 engagements | 

  • 190. 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 »

    2,117 engagements | 

  • 191. THE ROLE OF THE MEDIA IN THE CRUSADE AGAINST GLOBAL TERRORISM – A CASE STUDY O...
    » ABSTRACT In this study, the researcher setnut to examine the role of the media in the crusade against global terrorism. Towards achieving this end, 79 staff of two media houses in Nigeria, namely the publishers of the punch and vanguard newspapers were used as the study sample. These 89 members of the study sample were given 89 copies of structured questionnaires to complete. The analysis of their...Continue Reading »

    1,360 engagements | 

  • 192. ANALYSIS OF CHALLENGES FACING FREEDOM OF INFORMATION IN NIGERIA
    » The Press is the moulder of the society. Although this fact has been lashed with numerous criticisms, we cannot deny the fact that the press shapes the society. Most journalists are aware of this, so they determine, even to the extent of sacrificing their lives, to give the society what it desires and what it needs. The reporter who is scampering to meet a politician who has just alighted from an ...Continue Reading »

    857 engagements | 

  • 193. THE EFFECTS OF TELEVISION ADVERTISEMENTS ON THE BUYING HABIT OF CONSUMERS
    » ABSTRACT This study is aimed at given insight into the effects, if any, of television advertisement on the buying habits of consumers. It is a research survey based on a sample size of 300 of Enugu urban dwellers. Careful empirical studies have uncovered or shown that advertising actually influences people’s choice and consumption of some goods and services as well as their buying habits, es...Continue Reading »

    2,367 engagements | 

  • 194. THE ROLE OF MASS MEDIA IN EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA
    » ABSTRACT This examine the role of mass medial in educational development in Nigeria. The background centre on the role of mass medial in educational development in Nigeria finding out whether television plays an effective role in formal education. The researcher has attempted to carry out series of analysis and study to confirm that the NTA programme “Science for schools” actually perf...Continue Reading »

    4,611 engagements | 

  • 195. AN ASSESSMENT OF THE ROLE OF THE MASS MEDIA IN RE-BRANDING NIGERIA
    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY One 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. ...Continue Reading »

    1,440 engagements | 

  • 196. RESS COVERAGE OF THE PASSAGE OF NATIONAL MINIMUM WAGE ACT IN NIGERIA
    » ABSTRACT This work is an assessment of the extent of the press coverage of the passage of the national minimum wage act in Nigeria. The assessment is based on the following criteria the number of space allotted to the wage bill, the depth of the story direction favourably or not favourably, the frequently of the wage report and the ethical standard used in the coverage. Two national daily Newspape...Continue Reading »

    693 engagements | 

  • 197. GOVERNMENT USE OF EXTRA LEGAL MEASURES AGAINST MEDIA PRACTITIONERS
    » CHAPTER ONE BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY RESEARCH QUESTIONS RESEARCH HYPOTHESIS DEFINITION OF TERMS ASSUMPTIONS LIMITATIONS OF THE STUDY CHAPTER TWO LITERATURE REVIEW CHAPTER THREE METHODOLOGY CHAPTER FOUR DATA ANALYSIS CHAPTER FIVE SUMMARY AND RECOMMENDATION REFERENCES CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY The me...Continue Reading »

    1,101 engagements | 

  • 198. THE PRESS IN NIGERIAN POLITICS: ANALYSIS OF ISSUES AND PATTERNS OF NEWS COVERAGE
    » ABSTRACT This project is on “the press in Nigerian politics: with analysis of issues and patterns of news coverage. The aim of the study is to find out whether or not the Nigerian press is selective in its report of similar political issues that affect the progress and functioning of the nation or not. To carry out this research, the research, the researcher adopted the survey research metho...Continue Reading »

    1,860 engagements | 

  • 199. THE ROLE OF TELEVISION IN ELECTORAL EDUCATION IN NIGERIA
    » Historically, television broadcasting in Nigeria has been use as a medium of communication that seeks to enrich the life of average Nigerian by influencing positively its social, cultural, economic, political and technological thinking. It also provide news and information about national issues. Beside this, it serves as a source of entertainment. Television broadcasting promotes cultural awarenes...Continue Reading »

    1,334 engagements | 

  • 200. VIEWER SHIP OF TELEVISION PROGRAMMES IN ENUGU STATE
    » ABSTRACT This research work was carried out in order to find out what the populace of Enugu South thinks or feels about television programmes in Enugu State. The research also attempted to look into other peoples work related to the research topic. During research, the people of Enugu South were used as the populace of study; questionnaires were the major instrument of study. Random sampling metho...Continue Reading »

    682 engagements | 


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