Art & Humanities

Research Papers/Topics in Art & Humanities

BRIEF HISTORY OF NELSON MANDELA

INTRODUCTIONNelson Mandela was born on July 18, 1918, in Mveso, Transkei, South Africa. Becoming actively involved in the anti-apartheid movement in his 20s, Mandela joined the African National Congress in 1942. For 20 years, he directed a campaign of peaceful, nonviolent defiance against the South African government Quotes"I hate race discrimination most intensely and in all its manifestations. I have fought it all during my life; I fight it now, and will do so until the end of my days....

AN ASSESSMENT OF THE ROLE OF DEVELOPMENT COMMUNICATION IN RURAL DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA (A CASE STUDY OF OHAOZARA LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA IN EBONYI STATE)

ABSTRACTThe study is a critical assessment of the role of development communication is rural development. Notwithstanding the various variables that assist in rural development, the development communication is still the epitome for rural development. However, both primary and secondary data was used in gathering information for the study: the secondary data come as a review of documented materials, while the primary data obtained with the help of questionnaire and oral interview, be administ...

CHALLENGES FACING THE MEDIA ORGANISATION IN DISSEMINATION OF INFORMATION (A STUDY OF NIGERIA TELEVISION AUTHORITY, NTA)

ABSTRACTThe subject matter of this work is “challenges facing the media in Dissemination of information” in carrying out the research work, the researcher adopted the survey design using the questionnaire measuring instrument; this was to measure the public’s opinion, to ascertain about the media in information dissemination. The researcher further the study by adopting representative sample of the wider population by using non-probability sampling method or judgment method to find out ...

A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF NEWSPAPER READERSHIP AMONG YOUTHS IN AWGWU URBAN (A STUDY OF YOUTH IN ENUGU URBAN)

ABSTRACTIn recent years, editors, newspaper owners and managers had been faced with the problem of determining the choice preference to their newspaper content by youth in Enugu urban. This research used the sample survey method of social science research to validate its assumptions and research question. And for obvious reasons and constraints, youth in Enugu urban were administered questionnaires. Therefore, it is the case study of this research. This research, however, aims at comparing...

RURAL REPORTING IN NIGERIA

ABSTRACT The article examined rural reporting in Nigeria and discovered that the only thing that constitute news for reporters in the country is only when a strange thing negative happens in the rural areas. For example, when there is ritual sacrifice, community clashes, rape, murder, etc.. The press hardly reports any good news about the rural communities in Nigeria. For example, when there is peace, harmony and self-efforts at rural development undertaken by the initiative of the rural...

THE EFFECT OF PRESS LAWS ON NIGERIAN PRACTISING JOURNALIST (A CASE STUDY OF NTA ENUGU)

ABSTRACT The effect of press laws on Nigerian Practicing journalists, a case study of NTA, Enugu. The goals of this study is critically appraise the effect of press laws on Nigeria Journalism, Press laws, as the name implies as been as part of the media, because its content effects and helps to shape the life of the journalists, an it also help to shape the life of the journalist, and it also help to inform the people and in building their disposition toward a particularly course on the ...

THE EFFECT OF PUBLIC RELATIONS ON CONSUMER RELATIONS (A CASE STUDY OF PHCN, ENUGU)

ABSTRACTIn this era of social and economic instability in which the public must be given a convincing why they should part with their hard earned money, the role of the public relations practitioners cannot be over emphasized. The study also analyses the public relations strategies and policies management of the organization in question. The study set out further to know how the various Power Holding Company of Nigeria, Enugu consumers perceive the organization. It proceed to examines the imp...

THE EFFECTIVENESS OF RADIO IN EDUCATING NIGERIAN WOMEN ON IMMUNIZATION A CASE STUDY OF ORU-EAST L.G.A OF IMO STATE)

ABSTRACT This study was carried out with the sole objective of determining the Effectiveness of Radio in Educating Nigerian Women on Immunization. A Case Study of Oru-East L.G.A of Imo State. The researcher identified the research problems and used them to raise four research questions and four research hypotheses. Literature relating to the topic under study was reviewed through both primary and secondary sources of literature. The researcher used survey research design that enables her...

THE IMPACT OF ELECTRONIC MEDIA ON CULTURAL IMPERIALISM IN THE MODERN SOCIETY (A STUDY OF RESIDENTS OF ENUGU METROPOLIS)

ABSTRACTIt has been established that the “Western nations dominate the electronic media around the world which in return has a powerful effect on the Third World cultures by imposing on them Western views, and therefore, destroy their native cultures”. As a result, this study examined the impact of Electronic Media on Cultural Imperialism on the culture and values of Enugu urban residents due to their exposure to electronic media. To obtain factual results, the researcher adopted survey r...

THE IMPACT OF MEDIA ADVERTISING ON POLIO IMMUNIZATION CAMPAIGN IN ENUGU STATE (AN INDEPTH STUDY OF THE MINISTRY OF HEALTH IN ENUGU STATE

ABSTRACTPoliomyelitis is a dreaded disease which affects children either disables or kills them. The government has embarked on Immunization to “Kick Polio out of Nigeria”. Advertising have been employed to achieve this goal. This study is aimed at ascertaining the role/roles played by media advertising and the roles played by ministry of health to ascertain whether the successes recorded in this campaign could be attributed to advertising and the roles of ministry of health. The study as...

SUMMARY OF THINGS FALL APART

THE AUTHOR’S BRIEF BIOGRAPHYChinua Achebe born Albert Chinualumogu Achebe 16, November 1930 – 21, March 2013 was a Nigerian Novelist, Poet, Professor and Critic. He was best known for his first novel and magnum  opus; “Things Fall Apart” (1958), which is the most widely read book in Modern African Literature. SUMMARYThe book focuses on the clash between colonialism and traditional culture though Okonkwo is a respected man, from Umuofia tribe of the Igbo people, he lives in f...

THE NEGATIVE IMPACT OF INTERNET IN THE LIVES OF NIGERIAN YOUTHS (A STUDY OF INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT AND TECHNOLOGY (IMT) ENUGU

ABSTRACTTechnology is a very important and useful part of life, effective and appropriate use of it still needs to be improved in education. This study set out to investigate the extent to which students of tertiary institution use internet for their project writing./ t his study will also present the ways students of tertiary institution access the internet during their research project writing and their trends in literature review using the internet.  The main objectives of this study ...

THE NEED FOR PUBLIC RELATION IN NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT

PREFACEThe aim of public relations by a company often is to persuade the public, investors, partners, employees, and other stakeholders to maintain a certain point of view about it, its leadership, products, or of political decisions. Common activities include speaking at conferences, winning industry awards, working with the press, and employee communication.INTRODUCTION Public relation is the practice of managing the flow of information between an individual or an organization and the ...

IMPACT OF DRUG TRAFFICKING AND ABUSE IN OUR NATIONS IMAGE

PROPOSALI choose to write on Drug and trafficking because it has assumed a global concern, even in the sporting sphere, it is being questioned.  The press has devoted lots of its spaces and airtime to attack the monster its impact is very disturbing and divesting without concerted efforts of all and sundry it may be a scourge that may threaten the entire world for the rest of this millennium and beyond. The phenomenon is a problem for youths everywhere nowadays, parents, teachers and nei...

MASS MEDIA IN THE PROMOTION OF GOVERNMENT POLICIES IN NIGERIA (A CASE STUDY OF ENUGU STATE BROADCASTING SERVICE)

ABSTRACTThis study on mass media in the promotion of government policies in Nigeria was conducted to determine the contributions of mass media research in the overall success of promotion of government policies in Nigeria using Enugu State Broadcasting Service of Nigeria as a case study.This study is made up of five chapters, chapter one deals with the introductory part of thye study. It touches on vital subjects such as statement of the problems, purpose of the study, scope of the formulatio...


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