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CONCEPT OF HARMONISING FORCES: A CRITICAL LOOK AT TOOL MAKING, LANGUAGE, AND SOCIAL STRUCTURE FROM THE ANTIQUITY OF MAN TILL DATE.

 INTRODUCTION:With cogitation to the course and in revealing the similarities and relationship of the early men i.e zijanthropus , Australopithecus, homo habilis,  erectus and modern man, homo sapiens, it is expedient to give an insight into the nature of their survival techniques (using various tools) social interaction and also means of communication amongst them.Wegh (2005): sees culture as “A symbol through which communication is made”. Communication emanates through languag...

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Charles Ucheh 3 PAGES (1149 WORDS) Anthropology Essay/Paper 1,132 Views
The Effects Of Poor Funding Of Public Libraries In Nigeria (A Case Study Of Imo State Public Library Owerri)

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EFFECT OF BOKOHARAM INCESSANT ATTACKS ON NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT

ABSTRACTThe study assesses the effect of Boko Haram incessant attacks and crisis on the development of Nigeria. The terrorizing effect of the activities of the fundamentalist sect, Boko Haram on the socio-economic condition of the country has become so devastating that some financial institutions, companies and other business ventures have closed down in many areas, thereby causing relocation of non-indigenes and indigenes alike to other states. It is based on the above that this paper seeks ...

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Wale Oyetimein Premium 72 PAGES (22235 WORDS) Mass Communication Project 914 Views
ASPECTS OF BÀNSÁRÀ PHONOLOGY

INTRODUCTION1.1 General IntroductionThis study discusses the phonology of Bànsárà language, a language spoken in Ogoja Local Government Area of Cross-River state, Nigeria.Phonology is that branch of linguistics that studies the organization of speech sounds in human language. It is the component of grammar that accounts for the general pattern or structure of sounds, and the way sounds relate to one another in normal speech.In human language, sounds (consonants, vowels and suprasegments...

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MOBOLAJI OBADARA 68 PAGES (7870 WORDS) Linguistics Project 581 Views
INTERIOR DECORATION (MAKING AN UPHOLSTERY CHAIR WITH BATIK AND PRINTED FABRIC)

ABSTRACTThis study was conducted to assess the application of batik and printed fabric in the process of interior decoration. Batik, popularly known as Adire is composed of the culture, the way of life, and distinct local art and represents one of the many ways of designing textile by dyeing. Printed fabric which is known as Ankara is another art of fabric production by printing different bold, colourful tribal-like motifs and patterns on textile through various dyeing techniques. The pr...

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Apugo Uchechukwu Premium 39 PAGES (6142 WORDS) Fine & Applied Arts Project 11 Views
BATIK TECHNIQUE AS A MEANS FOR SELF SUSTENANCE

ABSTRACTNigeria is experiencing technical economic recession which has led to mass unemployment. As such, this study was conducted to assess the batik technique and how it can be applied in the process of bag making as a means of self sustenance. Batik which is regarded as a versatile medium for artists offers immense possibilities as the patterns are applied by actual drawing rather than by weaving with thread to create colourful and more elaborate designs with complex images. This has accor...

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Apugo Uchechukwu Premium 40 PAGES (6850 WORDS) Fine & Applied Arts Project 9 Views
THE DEVELOPMENT AND DESIGN OF THE FORM AND CONTENT OF MODEL CAMPUS MAGAZINE: THE CAMPUS GIST

ABSTRACTThe study focuses on the development in terms of the design, form and content of Campus Gist magazine of the University of Port Harcourt to serve as a model campus magazine. The need for information sharing and dissemination in an educated community such as the University of Port Harcourt brings about the need to provide a unique platform that will circulate properly within the environment. The review of literature for the study revealed that magazines play important roles in the...

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Apugo Uchechukwu Premium 57 PAGES (9402 WORDS) Fine & Applied Arts Project 17 Views
THE INFLUENCE OF FOREIGN TELEVISION ON NIGERIAN YOUTHS: A CASE STUDY OF YEAR TWO STUDENTS IN DEPARTMENT OF THEATRE AND FILM STUDIES, UNIVERSITY OF PORT HARCOURT

ABSTRACTThis study focuses on the influence of foreign television on year two students in the department of Theatre and Film Studies, University of Port Harcourt, as a representation of Nigerian youths. It probed the influence foreign Television has on the lives of Nigerian youths on a lot of things especially in the dance and dressing patterns the youths showcase in recent times. The study was anchored on the Cultivation theory and Social cognitive theory. Using the survey method, and questi...

TWO SHAFT LOOM CONSTRUCTION PANACEA FOR YOUTH ECONOMIC ADVANCEMENT.

ABSTRACTWeaving is an art that forms the most extensive and important part of Textile manufacturing by which threads of any substances are crossed and interlaced so as to be arranged into a perfectly expanded form. It can be done either manually with hand (which is slow and laborious) or mechanically with the aid of weaving machines known as looms (which is fast, proficient and produces quality fabric). Hence this study sort to design and construct two shaft loom at low cost for training and ...

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Apugo Uchechukwu Premium 50 PAGES (8762 WORDS) Creative Arts Project 6 Views
AUDIENCE PERCEPTION NEWS PROGRAMMES IN ANAMBRA STATE (A CASE STUDY OF A.B.S AWKA)

ABSTRACTThis project is aimed at establishing or reputing the general feeling that Abs is subservient to the government of the day and finding out if news items that are anti-government one can bored and whether the audience that perceive their news programmes objective and indepth in its approach. It is also aimed at finding out the disparity between the local and urban coverage whether there is a free flow of information from rural to urban entries and vice-versa and if there is a rapport b...

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Chike Eze Premium 37 PAGES (5235 WORDS) Mass Communication Project 486 Views
THE EFFECTIVENESS OF THE PRESS AS AN AGENT OF SOCIAL MOBILIZATION ( A CASE STUDY OF NATIONAL ORIENTATION AGENCY (N.O.A) OF OKIGWE LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF IMO STATE

ABSTRACTIn this research project, the survey methods was used. The questionnaire is also a great tool for data collection in this research project. This project examines how the press in its effectiveness can act as an agent of social mobilization with particular reference the National Orientation agency in Okigwe Local Government Area of Imo State. This work brought about some problems and how to tackle such problems, suggestions were pre...

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Chike Eze Premium 33 PAGES (4946 WORDS) Mass Communication Project 435 Views
THE EFFECTIVENESS OF PUBLIC RELATION IN A FINANCIAL ESTABLISHMENT (A CASE STUDY OF ISUOFIA COMMUNITY BANK)

ABSTRACTFirst and foremost any business which comes into existence is always bursting euphoria of success always come into being through proper co-ordination  all organs of business out for effective result. Therefore, responsibility is vested on the shoulder public relations, the effective role public relation department of Isuofia Community Bank in Anambra state. The major aim of research work is to thorough scrutinize whom public relation department help in educating the public on nee...

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Chike Eze Premium 44 PAGES (6289 WORDS) Mass Communication Project 451 Views
THE EFFECTIVENESS OF FILM IN RURAL DEVELOPMENT (A STUDY OF ISU LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF IMO STATE

ABSTRACTThis study was design to look into the effectiveness of film in rural areas, the researcher focus on a typical rural area, Isu local Government Area in Imo state, communication and communication media are important constituent of development process, but more important for those whose immediate concern is the promoting and acerbating change and development in the society. It is factual that the mass media could provide essential support to the development programmes a vital two way li...

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Chike Eze Premium 36 PAGES (1539 WORDS) Mass Communication Project 567 Views
THE EFFECT OF INTERNET ON NIGERIAN JOURNALIST. A CASE STUDY OF THE PUNCH NEWS PAPER, LAGOS.

ABSTRACTThe evolution of the internet had great impact on the world. it was through the instrumentally of the internet and other advancement in information and communication technology (ICT),that the world has been reduced to global village. Consequently, everything in the world has been greatly affected the media not being an exception, but more than any other field of human endeavor, the impact of the internet has felt more on the mass media. Mass media existed specifically to inform, educa...

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Chike Eze Premium 37 PAGES (5407 WORDS) Mass Communication Project 504 Views
RADIO LISTENING HABITS OF NIGERIAN FEMALE STUDENT (A CASE STUDY OF FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, OKO)

ABSTRACTThis work is study of RADIO LISTENING HABITS OF NIGERIA FEMALE STUDENT (A case study federal polytechnic, Oko). This research employs oral interview as well as questionnaire for data collection it established the use of Radio by examining how female student reacts to different communication behaviour. This research equal offer useful suggestion on how radio produces of programme will appeal to female student of higher constitution with its case study as Federal Polytechnic, Oko.TABLE ...

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Chike Eze Premium 65 PAGES (6697 WORDS) Mass Communication Project 1,128 Views

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