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IMPACT OF SOCIAL MEDIA ON STUDENTS ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE (A STUDY OF STUDENTS OF FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, OKO)

AbstractThe aim of the study was to analysis the impact of social media on the student’s academic performance (A study of Federal Polytechnic, Oko). To achieve this, the survey research method was used. Subjects were drawn from Federal polytechnic, Oko using the simple random sampling technique and purposive sampling. Research findings showed that a great number of students in Federal Polytechnic, Oko had access to the internet. To this end, the researcher recommended that sites should be c...

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Chike Eze Premium 50 PAGES (8426 WORDS) Mass Communication Project 950 Views
COVERAGE OF FOREIGN NEWS BY NIGERIAN NEWSPAPERS: A CONTENT ANALYSIS OF THIS DAY AND THE NATION NEWSPAPERS”.

INTRODUCTIONCommunication is basic to human existence and it torches every facet of human activity. It is such a common phenomenon that we live with every day, that is now taken for granted.According to Nwosu (1992,p. 48) from morning till night, from life till death, and as some of our traditionists believe, even after death, man is continually involved in the process of communication even when living human are asleep, they still involve themselves in some kind of communication, as psycholog...

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Chike Eze Premium 45 PAGES (6453 WORDS) Mass Communication Project 442 Views
COMPARATIVE STUDY OF COMMUNITY & NATIONAL NEWSPAPER IN LOCAL NEWS DISSEMINATION (A CONTENT ANALYSIS OF THIS DAY AND EKWULOBIA NEWS)

ABSTRACTThis study compares how community and national newspapers disseminate local news. This study is meant to know between the two categories of newspaper which pays more attention and gives more prominence to local news dissemination. The purpose of this work therefore is to evaluate the roles newspaper play in fostering community and national newspaper. Meanwhile the researcher chose and studied from population all the Nigerian newspapers both community and national. One hundred and thir...

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Chike Eze Premium 59 PAGES (7478 WORDS) Mass Communication Project 524 Views
CHALLENGES OF NEWS OBJECTIVITY IN NEWSPAPER (A CASE STUDY OF NATIONAL LIGHT AWKA, ANAMBRA STATE).

ABSTRACTThis Research work is on the challenges of News Objectivity in Print media specifically the newspaper. Objectivity is one of the noble standards in the journalism professions. Journalists are adjudged to insulate personal bias and idiosyncrasies from the news reports they write. This simplistically, is the import of news objectivity with its overwhelming implications on both the media and the reading public. However, observation has revealed that upholding ethical injunction of object...

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Chike Eze Premium 82 PAGES (13293 WORDS) Mass Communication Project 636 Views
AN ANALYSIS OF THE IMPACT OF TELEVISION IN THE CAMPAIGN AGAINST EARLY MARRIAGE: A CASE STUDY OF OYI LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA

ABSTRACTEarly marriage has been identified as a trade that does more harm than good to families and the society at large. This result to lack of care, unprepared child bearing, domestic violence, lost of education lost of confidence as well as inability of the spouse to provide the basic need of the family. The purpose of this research work is to analyze the impact of Television in the campaign against the scourge of early marriage. For proper scrutiny Oyi Local Government area was used as ca...

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THE ROLE OF TELEVISION IN POLITICAL MOBILIZATION TO RURAL AUDIENCE IN NIGERIA, CASE STUDY OF NJIKOKA LOCAL GOVERNMENT.

ABSTRACT    This study is geared towards finding out the role of television in political mobilization to rural audience in Nigerian with special references of Njikoka local government. for this study, five rural towns in Njikoka local  government area were studied.     The important of television as the most mobilization media of mass communication is universally acknowledge, the use of television is umiled because of some factors that militate against its f...

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Frederick Udebunu Premium 76 PAGES (7819 WORDS) Mass Communication Project 565 Views
TRUE AND FAIR view concept

INTRODUCTION  The “true and fair view concept is one of two competing but not mutually exclusive legal standards for financial reporting quality that have been subjected to serious debated  on their meaning use and importance. The other is presently fare in conformity with vernally accepted accounting principles. While the former is closely identified with judgment and is used in the united kingdom, nigeran and toehr countries, the later is the standard for united state (US) ...

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Frederick Udebunu Premium 110 PAGES (12809 WORDS) English And Literary Studies Project 1,269 Views
COMMON ERRORS IN MATHEMATICS TEACHING AND LEARNINGS

INTRODUCTION  Marriage is the cardinal social instructions of human race its origin dates back to the creation of man himself. This can be traced in the biblical account of our first parents Adam and Eve that lived in the Garden of Eden as recorded, that God made a woman from the rib of Adam and brought her to the man (Adam). Thus man now said “This is now bone of my bones and flesh of my flesh it was for this r...

PAUL'S MISSIONARY JOURNEY

THE LIFE AND MISSIONARY WORK OF PAULPaul, called of God to be the apostle to the Gentiles, is what we would call our "missionary par excellente" of the missionary activity recorded for us in Scripture. The apostle Paul is front and center. From all we know of him, he was an intense and supremely motivated man, both before and after his conversion on the way to Damascus (Acts 9). It was Paul's mission activities (Acts 13 28) that contributed remarkably towards the Christian church's ...

ENUGU RESIDENTS’ PERCEPTION OF THE NEW MEDIA AS A MEANS OF COMMUNICATION

ABSTRACTThis study was undertaken to find out Enugu Residents Perception of New Media as a means of Communication. In this research work, some research questions were raised which included, if Enugu residents see media as a means of communication; what purpose do they use new media for; how credible is the new media and if new media is seen as an agent of social change. The study used the questionnaire to collect primary data, while secondary data was sourced from textbooks, journals, magazin...

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Frederick Udebunu Premium 78 PAGES (12794 WORDS) Mass Communication Project 546 Views
A GEOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION RETRIVAL SYSTEM

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND OF STUDY According to Chang, K. T. (2008), Geographic Information Retrieval System (GIRS) is a system designed to capture, store, manipulate, analyze, manage and present all types of geographical data. The acronym GIRS is sometimes used for geographical information science or geospatial information a study which refers to the academic discipline or career of working with geographic information system. In simplest terms GIRS is the merging...

WITHIN THE FEMININE WALL IN A PATRIARCHAL SPHERE - Review of Yejide Kilanko 's debut novel, "Daughters Who Walk This Path".

Daughters Who Walk This PathBy Yejide KilankoKachifo LimitedReviewed by Oke Adebola.Yejide’s debut novel, Daughters Who Walk This Path, is a feminine exploration of the socio-cultural parlance of Nigeria, in other words, it is a book for the women, by a woman and about the women – evident in the predominance of female characters and issues therein presented. It is a story that relates the trials and ordeals of womanhood and its attainment.  A reflection of the intricacies of the femi...

THE MORPHOLOGICAL PROCESSES OF TIV WORD FORMATION

PreambleIn traditional grammar, words are the basic units of analysis. Grammarians classify words according to parts of speech and identify and list the forms that words can be grouped. Although the matter is really very complex, for the sake of simplicity we will begin with the assumption that we are all generally able to distinguish words from other linguistic units. A morpheme is the smallest part of a word that has grammatical function or meaning. For example, sawed, sawn, sawing, and saw...

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Emmanuel S Ortese 39 PAGES (7692 WORDS) Linguistics Project 2,013 Views
Sociolinguistic phenomenon of code switching in Urhobo Language

ABSTRACTThis research carries out a sociolinguistic phenomenon of code switching in Urhobo language. Its aim is to explore and analyze Urhobo language from a sociolinguistic perspective in the context of English as a second language in Nigeria. This will go a long way to offer a sociolinguistic insight to the contributions of Urhobo language, culture and way of life in the sociolinguistic context of English as a second language. The data for the study was sourced and collected orally fro...

Nigeria Institute of Public Relations

This paper traces the history and development of modern Public Relations practices in the western world and Nigeria side of the story from 1949 to date. This objective is achieved via a conceptual review of existing academic and professional literatures concerning public relations and Nigerian Institute of Public Relations. This study dispels the notion that modern public relations practices bega...


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