Research Papers/Topics in Mass Communication

The Impact Of Media On The Evolution, And Development Of Culture. Case Study: The Kikuyu Culture Of Kenya

ABSTRACTDegradation of local indigenous culture is a problem that is prevailingeverywhere on the African continent, and other developing countries. Therehas been great loss of local indigenous culture in the developing countriesand absorbing of the western culture.Media in itself is a ve1y powerful force in this 21 st centmy.Technological advancement of the media has made the world a globalvillage, making interaction of people and culture much easier and faster. Thewestern countries bei...

The Role Of Media In Promoting Child Health

Table of ContentsTable ofContents ......... ............................... ..... ..................... ... .......................... .iDeclaration .............................. ..................................................................... .iiAcknowledgement .................................................................................. .iiiDedication ................................................................................................... .ivChapter One:1.1 Background ...

Role Of The Media In Dealing With The Problem of Street Children Case Study: Dar-Er-Salam Kinondoni District (Tanzania)

ABSTRACTThe paper examines the role of the media in dealing with the problem facing street children. Taking Kinondoni district in Dar-es-salaam, Tanzania, as a case study.I contend that not enough has been done to address the problem of street children; the problem of street children is a nuisance and burden to many developing societies. Street children come as a result of poverty, broken marriages and homes, unwanted pregnancies, abandoning of babies at birth, prostitutio...

The Influence Of Television And Drug Consumption On Secondary School Students: A Case Study Of Kiambu, Central Province Kenya

ABSTRACTThis study investigated the influence of television and drug consumption on secondary school students in Kiambu, central province. The main objectives were to examine the influence of television and drug consumption; to determine the challenges of television influence on drug consumption; to investigate the effects of drug consumption on the academic performance of students; and to suggest possible solutions that the television media can help improve the ...

Effects Of Television Violence On Children In Mwanza Urban Area

Mwanza is one of Tanzania's fastest growing urban areas, with various industries being put up in the city. Mwanza city comprising of Nyamagana and Ilemela districts, is not only the major industrial and commercial center of Mwanza region but also the largest industrial and commercial center in northwest Tanzania. It is the second largest city in Tanzania after Dar es Salaam. It covers a total of B3 7 km2 out of which 900km2 is covered with water and the remaining area is 437km2 is land....

Social Media And Its Contribution To Education Among The Youths: A Case Study Of Kampala International University

Social media refers to the means of interactions among people in which they create, share, and exchange information and ideas in virtual communities and networks (Ahlqvist 2003). Andreas Kaplan and Michael Haenlein define social media as ‘a group of Internet-based applications that build on the ideological and technological foundations of Web 2.0, and that allow the creation and exchange of user-generated content (Kaplan 2010). Furthermore, social media depends on mobile and webbased ...

The Influence Of Print Media Campaigns On The Fight Against The Defilement Of The Girl Child A Case Study Of The Daily Monitor

ABSTRACTIn Uganda the child is held in high esteem as a source of pride and prestige, wealth fromthe girl child's dowry, security from old age and domestic labor. At the same time,children are seen as property of the family and clearly subordinated to their families andclans/ child upbringing emphasizes parental power, obedience and long hours of work.There is discrimination against children based on gender and birth older, and manyparents, teachers and others in charge of children are ...

The Media And Promotion Of Job Markets In Uganda A Case Study Of Observer And New Vision Newspapers

ABSTRACTThe purpose of study was to assess how the relationship between media and promotions of jobmarkets in Uganda, the objectives of the study were to examine the role of media in thepromotion of job markets in Uganda, to establish the factors that affects the media in promotionof job markets in Uganda, to ascertain the relationship between the role of media and promotionofjob markets Uganda.The findings of the study in objective one, that 35% of the respondents said they were satisfi...

The Role Of The Media In Development Of Culture Case Study Of Ntenjeru County In Kayunga District

ABSTRACT The purpose of this study was to investigate the role of the media in cultural deYelopment in Kayunga District, Ntenjeru County. Data was collected critically by seeking views from the population by use of an inter-dew guide. v The study was guided by three objectives which focused on county and district changes. Data was later collected in view of the objectives and analysis tables were used from which conclusions were drawn. 

Role Of Community Radio In Promoring Economic Development For The Youth

TABLE OF CONTENTSINTRODUCTION ..................................................................... 11.0 Introduction ..... .............. , .......................... .......... .. .... 11.1 Background of the Case Study ....................................... . 31.2 Statement of the problem .................. ..... ...................... .41.3 Purpose of the study . ................................................... 51.4 Research Questions ......................................................

Role Of Television In Achieving Education Goal In Kawempe Division A Case Study Of Ubc Television

ABSTRACTThis study was on impact of television on education case study of Ubc Tv in Kampala . Theoverall aim was to examine effect of television on education, identify the challenges faced by television s as a source of education information and establish solution to challenges which affects televisions and the overarching research question was what is the role of television on education? what is the effect of television on education? What are the challenges faced by ...

The Role Of Media Coverage In Girl Child Education In Uganda: A Case Study Of Rainbow Monitor Publication

TABLE OF CONTENTSDECLARATIONAPPROVAL iiDEDICATION iiiACKNOWLEDGEMENT ivLIST OF ACRONYMS vTABLE OF CONTENTS viCHAPTER ONE 1INTRODUCTION 11.0. Introduction 11.1. Background of the study 11.2. Statement of the problem 31.3.Objectives of the study 41.3.1 .General objective 41.3.2. Specific objectives 41.3.3 .Research questions 41.4. Scope of the study 51.4.1 .Contextual scope 51.5.2. Geographical scope 51.5.3.Time scope 51.6. Significance of the study 5vi1.7. CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK.6CHAPTER TWO 8LI...

The Impact Of Communication On The Performance Of Employees Of An Organisation "A Case Study Of Kampala International University (Kiu)

TABLE OF CONTENTSCHAPTER ONE1.1 Introduction1.2 Background to the study1.3 Statement of the problem1.4 Definition of key terms and Acronyms1.5 Scope of the study1.6 Objectives1.7 Hypothesis1.8 JustificationCHAPTER TWO2.02.12.22.32.4Literature ReviewIntroduction of CommunicationInterpersonal CommunicationThe Purpose of communicationBarriers to effective CommunicationCHAPTER THREE3.03.13.2MethodologyResearch designMethods of data3.2.1 QuestionnaireVPAGE13456666779131518181818---- - - - - - - - ...

The Role Played By The Media In Fighting Poverty A Case Of Study Central Broadcasting Services (Cbs) Of Kampala Uganda

A combination of economic growth and committed revenue rising should give most governments considerable scope to devote increased resources in addressing the issue of poverty. In fighting poverty, we need to briefly review the extent and nature of poverty across nationals. We then consider the role of the media and revenue raising tools that can hamper social expenditure. Poverty is a state of insolvency in which man cannot meet all the obligations required for survival. In handling pro...


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