Research Papers/Topics in Mass Communication

Male Chauvinistic Characters of South Indian Cinema

Male Chauvinistic Nature of South Indian Cinema, it's effects on Young Keralites and their views Mainstream cinema has always been in the forefront of upholding traditional values, this conformity factor is very evident in the average cinema the industry produces. At the onset of the Dharmaśāstras (After the Vedic period), there was a decline in the status given to women in society. Education and even religious studies were not encoura...

Nigerian Journalists' Adoption Of Freedom Of Information (FoI) Act And Their Media's Performance

                ABSTRACT      The importance of information to man cannot be under - estimated. It serves as the oxygen that breathes life into governance. But laws are hardly fascinating to man; it makes least leisure reading. Nigerian public office- holders have been taken advantage of ambiguous nature of law to deprive journalists and by implication, the citizenry of their rights to know what operates in our adminstrative rooms. Then c...

Awareness and Access to Educational Broadcasting Programmes among Secondary school students in Egbeda Community, Lagos

ABSTRACTEducational broadcasting policy has been successfully used for diffusing education among audience in so many countries across the world. It is a policy that has been adjudged effective in bridging the gap between the classroom and home, and an effective alternative for the deprived and unreached. Just like many other nations, Nigeria in the past had an effective educational broadcasting policy that facilitated the production and transmission of educational programmes to schools and ho...

Print Media Reportage of the Alavanyo Nkonya conflict: a content analysis of Daily Graphic and Ghanaian Times Newspapers.

Print media is one of the medium through which information is disseminated to audiences. The study looked at Daily Graphic and Ghanaian Times reportange of the Alavanyo-Nkonya conflict. Sixty editions of the two selected newspapers;Daily Graphic and Ghanaian Times Newspapers were used within a period of four years.The study employed content analysis within the quantitative approach. Content analysis was used to analyze stories contained in the sample newspapers. In applying content analysis, ...

COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF MEDIA COVERAGE OF 2015 GENERAL ELECTIONS ON NIGERIA TELEVISION AUTHORITY AND CHANNELS TELEVISION STATIONS

ABSTRACTThe study was undertaken to do a comparative analysis of Channels TV and NTA's coverage of2015 general elections to determine the level of comprehensiveness, purpose, direction or slant and objectivity of coverage. Three theories were used as framework for this research. Agenda setting, Social responsibility and Development media theories. Content analysis was used to analyse datat from a sample size of 76 days with 673 and 583 issues covered by Channels TV and NTA stations respectiv...

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