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SERIALS ACQUISITION AND DISTRIBUTION IN NATIONAL LIBRARY (A CASE STUDY OF NIGERIA BAUCHI STATE BRANCH)

CHAPTER ONE:INTRODUCTION1.1 Background of the StudyWithinlibrary Technology, serial publications have been considered traditionally as a separately distinguishable library resource because there are differences in their contents, format, bibliographical relationships, and the methods of acquisition and service. Definitions of the term “serial” vary from authority to authority and from library to library, as A. Osborn makes clear in his study.’ For this article the term is used to includ...

Problems of collection development in academic libraries

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A report on environmental reporting

A REPORT ON ENVIRONMENTAL HARZARD IN NIGERIA INTRODUCTION Environment is the surroundings of human beings; a place that they live and work comfortably. It is one of the key determinants of optimal health or well-being of individuals. Environment is the inclusion of the living and non-living things that one has to interact with and which can influence one’s state of health. Therefore, land, se...

Analysis Comparative Of The Performance Of Journalist In Government And Private Owned Media Organization

ABSTRACTThis research work is aimed at finding the journalist that is freer between those in private and government owned media organizations, using Ray-power and FRCN Enugu as a focus, to achieve maximum and accurate findings. The researcher made use of survey design. To gather necessary information, copies of questionnaire were administered and retrieved from the respondents who were randomly selected and also personal interview was conducted, the findings show that the journalists in gover...

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Solomon Izuchukwu Premium 74 PAGES (7144 WORDS) Mass Communication Project 950 Views
EXPERIENCING AND CHALLENGES OF UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS WHEN SEARCHING ELECTRONIC REFRENCE DATABASES

CHAPTER ONEINTRODUCTION1.1 Background to the Study With the advent of the internet and its mass intrusion into all aspect of human life and activities, there have been a vast amount of information and high-quality reference materials available for students to use when writing papers and carrying out research. Libraries in higher institutions have integrated various ICT technologies to library services they offer. The technology embrace has led to the proliferation of electronically availa...

THE ATTITUDE OF FEMALE MASS COMMUNICATION STUDENTS TOWARDS JOURNALISM AS A CAREER, IN NNAMDI AZIKIWE UNIVERSITY AWKA

AbstractThe researcher in this work focused on the Attitude of Female Mass Communication Students Towards Journalism As a Career. It is believed that a large number of female trained journalists are produced from different higher Institutions in our country, but only a few go into the filed to practice their Journalism profession. This is why the researcher dimmed it fit to research into the image of female Journalists. Research questions are constructed to guide the researcher in her study. ...

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VINCENT LUCKY 91 PAGES (12487 WORDS) Mass Communication Project 1,697 Views
A role of public relations enhancing customer's satisfaction in a government parastatals

ABSTRACTThe role of public relations in ENHANCING  CUSTOMERS SATISFACTION IN A GOVERNMENT PARASTATALS (A CASE STUDY) OF THE ENUGU STATE IDATER CORPORATION) is hinged on disclosing the necessity of applying public relations and the role public relations can play in rendering a satisfactory services which will not only retain customer but attract more customers to a government firm.Accordingly, customer satisfaction has to do with serving the customers in a most respectable and satisfying ...

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Leonard Minorbrown Premium 110 PAGES (13278 WORDS) Mass Communication Project 0 Views
STUDENTS’ ATTITUDE TO CATALOGUING AND CLASSIFICATION IN AN ACADEMIC INSTITUTION (THE CASE OF FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC OFFA)

ABSTRACTThe study examined the students’ attitude to cataloguing and classification in an academic institution. The case of Federal Polytechnic Offa, Library and Information Science Department. It was a survey study. Questionnaire was the instrument for the collection of data. Ninety-five (95) questionnaires were used for the analysis. The sample was drawn from the total population of the students. Random sampling method was used in selecting the sample from HND II, HND I and ND II students...

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Yusuf Tunde Premium 58 PAGES (11011 WORDS) Library And Information Science Project 2,510 Views
Empowerment of women representatives in Panchayati Raj: a profile from Rajasthan

The study covers women empowerment in Rajasthan and its Panchayat members of the state.  As women constitute 50 percent of world’s population but India has shown disproportionate sex ratios whereby female’s population has been treated as lower in Indian society. Rajasthan and Haryana are two states in India majorly been in news since so long and still these states are fighting with the situation. Panchayatiraj system introduced through Empowerm...

THE EFFECT OF BROADCAST MEDIA CAMPAIGN AGAINST ETHNO RELIGIOUS CRISIS IN NIGERIA

ABSTRACTThe researcher examines the effects of broadcast media campaign against ethno-religious crisis in Nigeria. Considering the long existing problems created by this menace, an audience based research of this nature is imperative. Survey research method was adopted in the research design to elicit reliable opinion from a known sample of the population based on Taro Yamane formula and the 2006 Census Report. The researcher framed five research questionnaires as research instrument to gathe...

THE ROLE OF BROADCAST MEDIA AS AN INSTRUMENT FOR COMBATING MALADMINISTRATION IN GOVERNANCE IN NIGERIA

CHAPTER ONE1.1     INTRODUCTIONBroadcast media has made great impact in the success of combating maladministration in government by making people aware of what is going on in the country through the use of broadcast media like, television, radio etc .The media's key role in democratic government has been recognized since the Iatel7th century, and remains a fundamental principles of modern days democratic theory and practices.The broadcast media is the bastion of a free state es...

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Abass Olawale Premium 35 PAGES (9368 WORDS) Mass Communication Project 1,131 Views
THE INFLUENCE OF OMO DETERGENT TELEVISION COMMERCIALS ON CONSUMER’S PATRONAGE OF THE PRODUCT

AbstractThe study investigated the influence of Omo Detergent Television Commercials On Consumer’s Patronage Of The Product In Warri Metropolis, to which three (3) major questions serve as a guide. The question includes, Is Omo detergent television commercials capable of influencing consumer to purchase the product? What is the attitude of consumers in Warri metropolis towards Omo detergent television commercials? What   appeals to consumers of Omo detergent in television commercials o...

HISTORY AND DEVELOPMENT OF PHOTOGRAPHY IN NIGERIA

CHAPTER ONE 1.0 PHOTOGRAPHYThe word "photography" was derived from the two Greek words, photo and graphein. Photo means light while Graphein means draw. Nicephor Niepce in the past, made use of "heliography" and "'sun drawing" till Sir Herschel brought in the advent of photography in 1839. Tejuoso(2013).One of the most important thing to note is that photograph as a concept has undisputable roles to play in every field due to its recording purpose. People make references to past sce...

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Abass Olawale Premium 32 PAGES (7160 WORDS) Mass Communication Project 1,642 Views
The media as an instrument of political mobilization in Nigeria

ABSTRACTThe various literature studies intended to stress the mass media role in the  National Development which reflects in the area of democracy  political leadership.In this study the researcher decided to draw home the  truism that without a national political consciousness and viable  political participation resulting in good  leadership; there could be no genuine national development.The mass media as the fourth estate of government had been assigned the various...


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