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TELEVISION AS A TOOL FOR NATIONAL INTEGRATION (A Case Study of N.T.A Kaduna)
» TELEVISION AS A TOOL FOR NATIONAL INTEGRATION (A Case Study of N.T.A Kaduna) CHAPTER ONE 1.0 INTRODUCTION Television as a mass medium of communication has become a very important and most effective medium of communication ever since it invention. It synchronous transmission of audio and visual signal enable it to exert enormous influence on the society there by making it more compelling...Continue Reading »
38 pages | 741 engagements |
AVAILABILITY OF OFFICE EQUIPMENT AND ITS EFFECT ON OFFICE WORKERS PRODUCTIVITY I...
» AVAILABILITY OF OFFICE EQUIPMENT AND ITS EFFECT ON OFFICE WORKERS PRODUCTIVITY IN KADUNA POLYTECHNIC CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of the study An office equipment have gone beyond manual typewriter, ink, pot, local storage facilities etc. into more complicated and effective modern office equipment. Some organization has embraced and purchases some of this equipment w...Continue Reading »
86 pages | 513 engagements |
AN ASSESSMENT OF NTA NATIONAL INTEGRATION PROGRAMME (A Case Study of Kaduna Met...
» AN ASSESSMENT OF NTA NATIONAL INTEGRATION PROGRAMME (A Case Study of Kaduna Metropolis) CHAPTER ONE 1.0 INTRODUCTION The role of the media, particularly, television in advancing national integration is pivotal. Television has become a very important and an effective medium of mass communication since its invention. Its synchronous transmission of audio and visual signals enables i...Continue Reading »
70 pages | 551 engagements |
AN ANALYSIS OF GUARDIAN NEWSPAPER ON COVERAGE OF CRIME IN NIGERIA (JULY – DECE...
» CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Any publication containing current public News, editorial, feature article and advertising printed for sale and published periodically or daily is seen as a newspaper. It belongs to the first category of the media whose other categories was built on, it is like other media which primary function is to inform, educate, enlighten, entertain and surveillance. Despite this, it...Continue Reading »
52 pages | 608 engagements |
THE PRESS WAR AGAINST POLITICAL INDISCIPLINE IN NIGERIA (A CASE STUDY OF THE PU...
» THE PRESS WAR AGAINST POLITICAL INDISCIPLINE IN NIGERIA (A CASE STUDY OF THE PUNCH NEWSPAPERS 1999 2007) CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.0 BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY “Without information there is no accountability, Information is power and the more people who posses it, the more power is distributed”1 Journalism is more about dissemination of information which the press in Nigeria does dai...Continue Reading »
58 pages | 538 engagements |
A PRAGMATIC ANALYSIS OF SELECTED CARTOONS IN VANGUARD NEWSPAPER.
» A PRAGMATIC ANALYSIS OF SELECTED CARTOONS IN VANGUARD NEWSPAPER. CHAPTER ONE 1.0 GENERAL INTRODUCTION Pragmatics is a shift from strict grammatical rules to a situational language use.It is a linguistic theory that studies meaning from the perspectives of language users, communication code and socio cultural conventions. Hence, Mey (2007:6) asserts that “Pragmatic...Continue Reading »
73 pages | 514 engagements |
A CRITICAL DISCOURSE ANALYSIS OF EDITORIAL CARTOONS, SELECTED FROM THE GUARDIAN ...
» CHAPTER ONE 1.1 INTRODUCTION Language is the only endowment from God to humans, which makes us totally different from other creatures. Though, these other creatures have a language, yet they do not communicate intentionally, habitually and sensitively as humans do. Language is basically vocal, its use brought the need to converse and communicate.So then, the use of language in commu...Continue Reading »
33 pages | 542 engagements |
THE USE OF AFRICAN COMMUNICATION SYSTEM IN POLIO ERADICATION CAMPAIGN
» CHAPTER ONE 1.0 Introduction Communication, we know, does not exist in a vacuum. It is part of a total life environment, it is conditioned by a country's economy, technological infrastructure, politics, socio cultural traditions and goals, and its basic vision of society, or ideology. All this affects the media in a direct way. They, in turn, can have some effect on these conditions, at lea...Continue Reading »
65 pages | 740 engagements |
THE ROLE OF BROADCAST MEDIA IN MOBILIZING WOMEN FOR POLITICAL PARTICIPATION IN N...
» CHAPTER ONE 1.0 INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY Women constitute a critical segment of the Nigeria population. They are active in the agriculture and economic sectors of the society and have also contributed immensely to the decolonization and general development of this great country. Women struggles date back to the 19th century when women like Amin...Continue Reading »
65 pages | 874 engagements |
SOCIAL MEDIA CHANNELS FOR SOCIAL MOBILIZATION IN THE SOCIETY-A COMPARATIVE STUDY
» SOCIAL MEDIA CHANNELS FOR SOCIAL MOBILIZATION IN THE SOCIETY A COMPARATIVE STUDY TABLE OF CONTENT Cover page Title page Approval page Dedication Abstract Acknowledgment Table of content CHAPTER ONE 1.0 Introduction 1.1 Background of the research 1.2 Statement of research problem 1.3 Objectives of the study 1.4 Significance of the study 1.5 ...Continue Reading »
65 pages | 628 engagements |
SOCIAL MEDIA NETWORK CONTRIBUTION TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY
» CHAPTER ONE 1.0 INTRODUCTION The rise in popularity of social networking sites has led social networking to become a global phenomenon. After many countries gained Internet access, the increase in the use of Internet started influencing the economy and social life at the beginning of 20th century (Milano, Baggio & Piattelli, 2011). Later on, in the era of Web 2.0, as social netw...Continue Reading »
65 pages | 616 engagements |
NEWSPAPER OWNERSHIP AND EDITORIAL INDEPENDENCE A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF TIDE AN...
» CHAPTER ONE 1.0 INTRODUCTION Editorial freedom or independence is the concept that editors in chief should have full authority over the editorial content of their journal. Like individual and national freedom or independence, it is a rhetorical concept whose realisation flows from internal achievement as much as it depends on external validation. From cov...Continue Reading »
65 pages | 664 engagements |
INFLUENCE OF BILLBOARD ADVERTISING OF STUDENTS ELECTIONEERING CAMPAIGN IN FIDEI ...
» CHAPTER ONE 1.0 Introduction Advertising has grown popular as a tool of academic inquiry, a field of professional practice and an index of modern business and politics. It has come to assume the center of modern marketing and it is one of the major forms of promotion on campaign. Billboard advertising has assumed a wider and prominent position on political campaign in recent times in Ni...Continue Reading »
65 pages | 743 engagements |
AGENDA SETTING ROLE OF TELEVISION IN THE COVERAGE OF 2015 GENERAL ELECTIONS IN P...
» CHAPTER ONE 1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY Television services were introduced in Nigeria on October 31st 1959 by the then Western Regional Government. Television is a mass communication medium used for transmitting sounds with moving images in monochrome (black and white), coloured, or in three dimensions. Television has always played an important role in the society especially in the...Continue Reading »
74 pages | 820 engagements |
AN ASSESSMENT OF TELEVISION CAMPAIGN ON GENDER ROLES ON EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES...
» 1. CHAPTER ONE 1.0 INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of the Study Despite some progress made over the years or few decades in increasing women’s labour force participation and narrowing gender gaps in wages, gender equality in the world of work, still remains an achieve goal. While millions of women have become successful entrepreneurs, women are still grossly underr...Continue Reading »
57 pages | 692 engagements |
THE CHALLENGES OF RADIO NEWS GATHERING AND REPORTING A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF T...
» CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY Radio as a medium is becoming more popular in our society daily. The medium is beneficial to both the educated and the uneducated in our society more than any other medium; it has the capacity to reach millions of Nigerians residing in the rural and urban areas. Nsi (1997), radio means simply reaching out to people from point to p...Continue Reading »
56 pages | 852 engagements |
THE USE OF ACCOUNTABILITY FRAMEWORK AS AN ALTERNATIVE APPROACH FOR CORPORATE SOC...
» CHARPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY Nigeria with an estimated population of over 180 million people is the largest market for goods and services in Africa. Its gross domestic product was U. $ 568.51 billion in 2014. There are 864902 companies registered with the corporate affairs companies registered with the corporate affairs commission. The Nigeria stock exchange...Continue Reading »
121 pages | 515 engagements |
APPRAISAL OF MASS MEDIA CAMPAIGN ON MENACE OF CORRUPTION IN NIGERIA
» APPRAISAL OF MASS MEDIA CAMPAIGN ON MENACE OF CORRUPTION IN NIGERIA (A case study of NTA, Osogbo) CHAPTER ONE 1.0 Introduction 1.1 Background to the Study The destructive impact of corruption in the live of nations throughout the world is acknowledged. Corruption is perhaps the most important factor that is impeding the accelerated socio economic an...Continue Reading »
82 pages | 1,201 engagements |
COVERAGE OF FOREIGN NEWS BY NIGERIAN NEWSPAPERS: A CONTENT ANALYSIS OF THE GUAR...
» COVERAGE OF FOREIGN NEWS BY NIGERIAN NEWSPAPERS: A CONTENT ANALYSIS OF THE GUARDIAN AND VANGUARD NEWSPAPERS CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY Communication is so vital in our lives that it could be regarded as one of the characteristics of living organisms. It is a necessary condition education, socialization, understanding, co operation and even confronta...Continue Reading »
66 pages | 1,128 engagements |
UTILIZATION OF HIV AND AIDS INFORMATION THROUGH BROADCAST MEDIA
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65 pages | 1,756 engagements |