HAZARDS OF JOURNALISM PROFESSION UNDER MILITARY REGIME (FROM 1993 – 1998)

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ABSTRACT
The core theoretical framework on which this study anchors is to assess the legal problems/dangers vis a vis others that exist with the practicing of journalism in Nigeria, under the military with particular reference to General Sani Abacha’s regime.

The study revealed that journalists were arrested and detained in their thousands thereby providing little or no room for the pursuit of the TRUTH which is the hallmark of journalism profession. Sometimes they loose their lives while doing their job. 

It further went down to review the related literature so as to give essence to the work.

In order to achieve the objectives of the study, content analysis was used as a research method to show clearly the manifest content of the media. It is an information technique that focuses on historical analysis of available information obtained from, newspaper, magazines, tapes or any other material that can guarantee permanence to information. With this research method, I was able to analyze things and come up with reasonable conclusion.

It was found that there couldn’t be meaningful interaction between the government and the citizenry, if the journalists were not allowed to operate freely. When the journalists were intimidated, they will be inhibited from faithfully reflecting the society to those in government and from letting the public know what those in power think or do.
 
ABLE OF CONTENT
Cover pageI
Title pageII
Approval pageIII
DedicationIV
AcknowledgementV
AbstractVII
Table of contentIX
CHAPTER ONE- INTRODUCTION
Background of the study1
Statement of research problem4
Objectives of the study5
Significance of the study6
Research questions6
Research hypothesis6
Conceptual and operational definition9
Assumption11
Limitation of study12
Reference13

CHAPTER TWO- REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE
Sources of literature15
The review16
Summary of review30
Reference31

CHAPTER THREE- METHODOLOGY
Research method33
Method of data collection34
Method of data analysis35
Reference36

CHAPTER FOUR- DATA ANALYSIS
Results/findings of the study37
Reference44

CHAPTER FIVE- SUMMARY AND RECOMMENDATION FOR FURTHER STUDIES
Summary45
Recommendation46
Bibliography49
Questionnaire53 

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APA

Ugwu, A. (2018). HAZARDS OF JOURNALISM PROFESSION UNDER MILITARY REGIME (FROM 1993 – 1998). Afribary. Retrieved from https://afribary.com/works/hazards-of-journalism-profession-under-military-regime-from-1993-ndash-1998-7422

MLA 8th

Ugwu, Anderson "HAZARDS OF JOURNALISM PROFESSION UNDER MILITARY REGIME (FROM 1993 – 1998)" Afribary. Afribary, 29 Jan. 2018, https://afribary.com/works/hazards-of-journalism-profession-under-military-regime-from-1993-ndash-1998-7422. Accessed 08 Dec. 2022.

MLA7

Ugwu, Anderson . "HAZARDS OF JOURNALISM PROFESSION UNDER MILITARY REGIME (FROM 1993 – 1998)". Afribary, Afribary, 29 Jan. 2018. Web. 08 Dec. 2022. < https://afribary.com/works/hazards-of-journalism-profession-under-military-regime-from-1993-ndash-1998-7422 >.

Chicago

Ugwu, Anderson . "HAZARDS OF JOURNALISM PROFESSION UNDER MILITARY REGIME (FROM 1993 – 1998)" Afribary (2018). Accessed December 08, 2022. https://afribary.com/works/hazards-of-journalism-profession-under-military-regime-from-1993-ndash-1998-7422