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The Impact of NTA Enugu in the Economic Development of coal camp community of En...
» Abstract This work is aimed at examining the roles of NTA in economic development. It also looked at some of the problems that confront the mass media in carrying out these tasks of Nigerian economic development. The researcher adopted survey method with questionnaire distributed to the respondents. A total of 180 respondents were collected, analyzed and interpreted. Two hypotheses were tested and...Continue Reading »
56 pages | 68 engagements |
Influence of opinion leaders in the development
» Chapter One Introduction1.1 Background of the studyIn the post second World War years, development co operation was based on transfer of technologies to developing countries. According to the model of social labour division in western cultures, technical knowledge transferred by extension services and utilized by farms (Roth, 2001). The introduction of western technology to non western farmers was...Continue Reading »
38 pages | 57 engagements |
Public relations as a tool of industrial harmony
» Abstract The objective of this study on “Public Relations: As A tool of Industrial Harmony. A study of Nigeria Police Headquarters Enugu” look into the internal and external problems of Nigeria police and how the police relations officer has succeeded or failed in resolving problems. Problems such as the welfare of the police, its relationship with the public and how the police manage ...Continue Reading »
85 pages | 62 engagements |
Role of public relations in crisis management a study of Union Bank Plc
» Abstract This Project examines Role of public relations in crisis management, a study of Union Bank Plc. Garden Avenue Enugu. To achieve this, the survey research method was adopted. The researcher uses the number of the population as the sample size; this is because the population is already small to reduce as we know that the purpose of sample size is to reduce the large number of population. Th...Continue Reading »
72 pages | 58 engagements |
Role of radio Nigeria enugu in combating drug abuse among university students
» Abstract The researcher in this work focused on the roles of Radio Nigeria, Enugu in combating drug abuse among University Students. To achieve this aim, research objectives were constructed to guide the researcher in her study. Survey research method was used for the study. The population was the students of Enugu State University of Science and Technology, Agbani campus, and this made it possibl...Continue Reading »
85 pages | 55 engagements |
ROLE OF THE TRADITIONAL TOWN CRIER IN MOBILIZING ADAZI-NNUKWU COMMUNITY IN ANAOC...
» Abstract This work is on the role of the traditional town crier in mobilizing Adazi Nnukwu in Anaocha Local Government Area for development. This study is born out of the desire to discover the roles played by the town crier, to see if it is effectively carried out for development purpose. To achieve this, survey research method was adopted with questionnaire as the instrument to elict responses f...Continue Reading »
55 pages | 57 engagements |
Traditional institutions as instruments for rural development
» Abstract This research work is an attempt to examine the prospects and part played by traditional rulers in community development in Awomama. The objectives of the study are targeted at finding out the community development projects carried out, and assessing the extent of traditional rulers involvement in community development. In the course of the research, four hundred questionnaires were admin...Continue Reading »
55 pages | 57 engagements |
Women empowerment and community development
» Abstract Women empowerment is all encompassing, so this work will want to narrow it to the subject of women development and the impact of skill acquisition and economic empowerment. This topic has generated so much controversy in Nigeria, and the debate centers on appropriate type of development and whether the would help stimulate women toward their development. There is much ambivalence within e...Continue Reading »
88 pages | 61 engagements |
The contributions of women organisations in community development in Nigeria
» Abstract This project analysed the contributions of women organisations in the community development in mbaise Local Government Area in imo state.semi structured questionnaire was used to collect data from 120 randomly selected women from the chosen communities. Data analysis were achieved using simple descriptive statistics as percentages, frequency tables and ranking. Result of the study shows t...Continue Reading »
61 pages | 67 engagements |
The determination of induced abortion among undergraduate students
» Abstract Abortion is a wide issue and the major concern in most of the discussion on abortion draws heavily from the fact that abortion constitutes severe danger to a woman’s health but at the same time when performed by medical specialist (i.e. abortion specialist) is safe for the woman. Abortion is accepted and also rejected by different societies and people indulge in abortion for a lot o...Continue Reading »
87 pages | 67 engagements |
Causes and effects of commercial sex work among akwa ibom girls
» Abstract The rising wave of incidence of commercial sex work has given serious concern to the government, parents, health workers and the society. The causes and effects of commercial sex work among AkwaIbom girls in Uyo Local Government is the main concern of this study. The study seeks to find out the possible ways in which the problem of commercial sex work can be eradicated in the society. The...Continue Reading »
55 pages | 55 engagements |
MASS MEDIA AS TOOLS FOR SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
» Abstract The study focuses on mass media as tools for social development with a focus on Osun State Broadcasting Corporation. Mass media is one of the engines that propel the social development for its continuity and realization through: Informing, entertaining, and persuading. Mass media is a powerful tool for social change in any society. The study is anchored on developmental media theor...Continue Reading »
55 pages | 152 engagements |
INFLUENCE OF SOCIAL MEDIA ON THE MASS MOBILISATION OF PEOPLE IN THE 2013 UNIVERS...
» CHAPTER ONE 1.0 Introduction to the Study1.1 Background to the StudyThe origin of communication has been traced to the ancient Homosapiens i.e. (Neanderthal man) and it has remained ubiquitous activity which enables us to relate with others anywhere. For instance, numerous studies have confirmed that an individual, in his entire life spends 75 percent of each day communicating. One of such stud...Continue Reading »
55 pages | 107 engagements |
INFLUENCE OF FREE READERS’ ACTIVITIES ON THE CIRCULATION OF NEWSPAPERS IN NIGE...
» Abstract The study examined Effect of Free Readers’ Activities on the Circulation of Newspapers in Nigeria (A case study of Uyo Metropolis) with the intention to know why people gather every morning at Plaza newspaper stand Ikot Ekpene rd Newspaper stand and other newspaper stands to know the latest information, locally and nationally and how the newspapers contents they are reading are...Continue Reading »
55 pages | 90 engagements |
THE ROLE OF TELEVISION IN POLITICAL PERSUASION A CASE STUDY OF NTA KADUNA
» INTRODUCTION Mass communication is defined as message directed towards a large group people using a mass medium. It involves disseminating information to a large and widely dispersed 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 include television, radio newspaper magazines etc. Rese...Continue Reading »
35 pages | 1,006 engagements |
THE ROLE OF AFRICA INDEPENDENT TELEVISION IN PROMOTING POPULAR CULTURE AMONG YOU...
» CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of the Study In view of growing numbers of involuntary unemployed youth, governments need to apply appropriate strategies to promote the work culture among their peoples especially using national and mass media. National media and presses are expected to emphasize on the promotion of work culture, especially among the young generation so that ...Continue Reading »
60 pages | 702 engagements |
THE INFLUENCE OF AIT COVERAGE ON POST 2011 ELECTION SENTIMENTS AMONG RESIDENTS O...
» CHAPTER ONE BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY The Mass Media remain one of the most potent weapons in influencing time. This is why it has been observed that no event is considered significant if it failed to attract the attention of the media. Denis McQuail (1982) noted that “the media take the particular colouration of the environment they operate.” Media Organization in Nigeria both the print and ...Continue Reading »
48 pages | 548 engagements |
THE IMPACT OF MANAGEMENT STYLE OF NAGARTA RADIO ON REPORTERS AND PROGRAMMES PRO...
» CHAPTER ONE 1.1 INTRODUCTION A determining factor for the selection of Management or Leadership style of any media organisation is ownership and control. It is therefore not surprising that the Management Styles of some media organisations in Nigeria differ from one another, depending on the ownership pattern of the respective media organisations. The Management Style of every media organ...Continue Reading »
74 pages | 545 engagements |
THE EFFECT OF TWITTER SOCIAL NETWORKING SITES ON THE BEHAVIOUR OF SECONDARY SCHO...
» CHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTION 1.0 BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY The internet is a global system of interconnected computers that uses the standard internet protocol suite (TCPT/IP) to serve billions of users worldwide (Wikipedia, 2011). Castells, (1996) it is a network of millions of private, public, academic, business, and government computer networks linked by a broad array of electronic and ...Continue Reading »
73 pages | 789 engagements |
THE EFFECT OF GOOD COMMUNICATION ON MINUTES WRITING AND PRODUCTION
» CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 INTRODUCTION Production transact business through communication to both within and outside their area of operation. The business transacted can be relevant to their set objectives in one way or the other there is no doubt that such business transaction need to be coordinated for future references and smooth running of the production s...Continue Reading »
51 pages | 661 engagements |