Research Papers/Topics in Dramatic/Performing/Theatre Arts

WITH REFERENCE TO TESS ONWUEME “MISSING FACE”DO A CRITIQUE OF THE GENDER ISSUES AS RAISED IN THE PLAY TEXT.

INTRODUCTIONGenderism, an apt neologism for gender equilibrium in literary discourse and creativity is a sequel to feminism following the emergence of gender studies in the last quarter of the twentieth century.Since 1975 – declared by the United Nations as the international women’s year, there has been an uprising in the global ferment of female activism which through all fields of human endeavour, from the art of politics to the politics of arts. Feminism was initially founded on the sh...

1. HOME VIDEO AS NIGERIAN IMAGE MAKER 2. MEDIA AND RELIGION 3. MEDIA AND ETHICS

BENUE STATE UNIVERSITYDEPARTMENT OF MASS COMMUNICATION   QUESTION: IDENTIFY THREE RESEARCHABLE COMMUNICATION TOPICS AND DEVELOP A RESEARCH PROPOSAL WITH ONE OF THE TOPICS. THE PROPOSAL MUST COVER ALL THE DIFFERENT COMPONENTS OF A PROPOSAL.   IDENTIFIED TOPICS:1. HOME VIDEO AS NIGERIAN IMAGE MAKER2. MEDIA AND RELIGION3. MEDIA AND ETHICS            A PROJECT PROPOSAL ON THE TOPIC: ...

MORALITY AND AUDIENCE INFLUENCE IN NIGERIA HIPHOP MUSIC: A STUDY OF REMILEKUN SAFARU (REMINISCE)

ABSTRACTThe objective of this work is to examine the role of popular music and language influence with reference to the Hiphop genre in propagating morals in our immediate society. When technology was non-existent and before the western ideology meets Africa, music has forever take significant stand in traditional folklore, festival, rituals and other important aspects of our cultural heritage. Over the years, the music of Africa has played more roles in social integration and development as ...

How to Write a Documentary from the Scratch

This is a brief introduction to Documentary. For those who would like to go into documentary and need a little preamble to the art.  

How Traditional is African Dance Today: African Dance and Its Essence

The paper is a statement regarding African dance today, it raises the question of whether or not Africans still retain the same dance as time pass through westernization. AbstractDance has always been an indispensable element of life in African society, binding together communities and helping individuals to understand their roles in relation to the community. Inspiritual rituals, dance helps people to understand and remember their role in relation to the divine. Dance in social ceremoni...