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Mass media, people, and politics in Nigeria

by Luke Uka Uche

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Published by Concept Pub. Co. in New Delhi .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Nigeria,
  • Nigeria.
    • Subjects:
    • Mass media policy -- Nigeria,
    • Nigeria -- Politics and government -- 1960-

    • Edition Notes

      StatementLuke Uka Uche.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsP95.82.N6 U25 1989
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxxii, 255 p. :
      Number of Pages255
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1830622M
      ISBN 10817022232X
      LC Control Number89902473

      Mass media and Christian evangelisation in the digital age: Towards sustaining ‘mission’ in the Catholic Archdiocese of Jos Christianity has heralded a phase of religion that thrives on mission – the mandate to ‘evangelize’ or reach out to people who do not know Jesus Christ, his divinity and work of : Godfrey Naanlang Danaan. Nigeria. The objective is to identify the factors acting as constraints to the effectiveness of the mass media in ensuring democratic consolidation. It observes that the sustainability of democracy in Africa depends on several factors, some of which are located within the media itself while others are based on the prevailing political.

      The Mass Media and Political Coverage Our prime source of political news is the mass media. But as noted earlier, comparatively little time is devoted to it on the local TV news. Nnamdi Azikiwe, PC (16 November – 11 May ), usually referred to as "Zik", was a Nigerian statesman who was Governor General of Nigeria from to and the first President of Nigeria from to (when Nigeria became a republic). Considered a driving force behind the nation's independence, he came to be known as the "father of Nigerian Alma mater: Howard University, Lincoln University, .

      1. ILLITERACY - This is no doubt one of the major factor mitigating the advancement of Mass Media In Nigeria. As research have shown, we have about 80 percent illiterate populace in Nigeria. And as it were, most of the Nigeria populace still lives in the Rural areas. With these in mind, these people do not have adequate access to Mass Media. Key words: democracy, mass media performance, advertising, competition, unintended consequences, social issues, media psychology, media economics. 1 Introduction The mass media constitute the backbone of democracy. The media are supplying the political information that voters base their decisions on. They identifyFile Size: KB.


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Mass media, people, and politics in Nigeria by Luke Uka Uche Download PDF EPUB FB2

Mass Media, People, and Politics in Nigeria Hardcover – March 1, by Luke Uka Uche (Author)Cited by: Mass Media, People, and Politics in Nigeria.

This Study Brings To The Fore The Precarious Predicament Of The Mass Media Of A Country Whose Political Culture Is Characterised By Divergent And Powerful Interest Groups With Insatiable Political And Economic Demands On The Larger Political Entity.

Revision of the author's thesis (Ph. DOhio State University, ) under the title: The mass media systems in Nigeria: a study in structure, management, and fundamental roles in.

Mass media and society in Nigeria is part of the efforts to address the dearth of relevant materials. This sixteenth-chapter book, with contributions by some of the best professionals, specialistss and academics in the field, covers various aspects of the mass communication landscapes in Nigeria, especially the growth and development of the media.

Mass media, people, and politics in Nigeria by Luke Uka Uche; 1 edition; Subjects: Politics and government, Mass media policy; Places: Nigeria; Times: Mass Media, Politics and Democracy provides a broad ranging overview of all aspects of the relationship between the media and politics.

Drawing its examples from a wide range of developed liberal democracies, the book combines an accessible account of the political impact and regulation of the mass media today. Nigeria. But how, has the media fared in this onerous task is what this study seeks to address.

Though this study will limit itself to the pivotal roles the mass media should play in shaping the desired political culture in Nigeria yet, it is aimed at highlighting the areas in which the mass media can intervene in promoting the desired political.

Media is an aspect of marketing management. It stimulates citizen engagement in politics; these include, political party’s membership registration, voters registration, elections and electoral campaigns, electorates management, are among the major political activities.

The role of the mass media in influencing political process. Introduction. The following report will investigate the role of the mass media in politics and will aim to prove the hypothesis that the mass media reinforces existing stereotypes and prejudices in society.

The main purpose of this research topic “The roles of the mass media in Nigeria politics” is to highlight the work of the media within the context of Nigeria political revolutions. The study which intends to talk about the Nigeria people, will also present us the geographical spread, tribes, customs and traditions and the diverse social.

The Evolution of the Mass Media Mass media organizations are not part of the American political structure. Voters do not elect journalists, nor do journalists hold any formal powers or privileges (aside from those stemming from the First Amendment right to a free press).Missing: Nigeria.

The Role of Media in Nigeria’s Democracy. The media can never be separated from Nigeria’s long walk to democracy. It was an effective tool in the hands of the proponents of democracy, to mobilize the ragtag and the bobtail against the smoking guns of the military to return them to their natural habitat; the : Ikponmwosa Aikhionbare.

the Mass Media have many roles to play in promoting the cultural heritage of Nigeria. Both the and the constitutions of Nigeria mandate the mass media to ensure that government protects, preserves and promotes certain cultures.

This study aimed at examining the role of the mass media. Most importantly, mass media are the vehicles that carry messages in enhancing the democratic system in Nigeria political development.

We must be aware that politics is the game of power acquisition and the use of such power to enhance the governance of the state and influence the authoritative allocation of resources in the society. New Media and Mass Communication ISSN (Paper) ISSN (Online) Vol 7, Magazine journalism in Nigeria started on a very quiet note in the s with the.

This article discusses the crucial role of the mass media, peculiarly TV and radio, in reversing the burgeoning socioeconomic challenges of Northern Nigeria. Mass Media and Society in Nigeria edited by Lai Oso, Umaru Pate This collection of essays originates from discussions at various fora about the need for Nigerian media scholars to analyse the country's media industry and practice.

This widely used and popular text provides a broad-ranging analysis of the relationship between the media and politics, covering the representation of politics in the media, the political impact of the media, the regulation of the media and the current and potential place of mass media in democratic by: History of Nigerian Mass Media.

The Nigerian mass media started out with the publication of Iwe Iroyin; that was in It was published by Rev. Henry Townsend, who was a Briton. This represents the very first news media that was published in Nigeria and it was published in the southwest. The publication was in Yoruba language.

Politics and Mass Media. The mass media has a powerful influence on political reality, as it shapes public opinion and lays the foundations of political beliefs. Sometimes referred to as the fourth branch of government in democratic countries the media plays a crucial role during elections and in times of change.

The task of this study is divided into six sections. Following this introduction is the second section that explores the meaning, attributes, and classifications of mass media. SCOPE OF THE STUDY. This project research focused specifically on the influence of Nigeria mass media on political campaign (A study of the general election).THE ROLE OF MASS MEDIA IN POLITICAL MOBILIZATION (A CASE STUDY OF EDO BROADCASTING SERVICE EBS) CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY This research touches on the various aspects of the mass media as instruments of political mobilization.

In other words, it explores into the mass media as a mobilization agency during the political .Full text of "THE NIGERIAN PRESS: THE JOURNEY SO FAR" See other formats actually responds to civilian government transitional demands on 1 st May and as a matter of fact increases the people's hope on free press in our Political Arena.

"Democracy and Civil Society in Nigeria" Spectrum Books Ltd., Ibadan, Nigeria, Media Rights.