Communication, society and the Nigerian child : issues and emerging trends in the 21st century / edited by Des Wilson, PhD.

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Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
[Nigeria] : African Council for Communication Education, 2015.
Description
xiv, 388 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm

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Summary note
"This book deals with various issues related but not limited to the use of social media by the youths, influence of mediated violence on children/youths, communication policy and youth development. Other important themes you could reference in this book are child rights issues, advertising and children, sexual content and the exploitation of vulnerable children, media role in encouraging and curbing anti-social behaviour amongst children/youths, a pervasive youth culture in the age of social media, and some theoretical arguments that support the various positions."--page 4 of cover.
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents
  • Social media: Connecting or disconnecting Nigerian youths in the 21st century? / Christopher Ifeakachuku Ochonogor, Ph.D.; Obiageli Pauline Ohiagu, Ph.D.; Angela Nwammuo, Ph.D
  • Analysis of the agenda-setting function of the mass media on the Nigerian youths vis-a-vis national political issues / Gever Verlumun Celestine
  • Learning by interaction: An analysis of the use of interactive radio instruction strategy in educating nomadic pupils in northern Nigeria / Anorue Luke Ifeanyi, Ph.D; Onyebuchi Alexander Chima, Ph.D; Ekwe Okwudiri; Daniel Patience Okwy; Apeh Andrew C.; Orekyeh Emeka S.S.
  • Multi media communications: Uses and influence of Grand Theft Auto on selected secondary school youths in Kaduna / Lawal Hafsat Dattijo and Ibrahim Jimoh
  • Teaching Nigerian youths the conflicts and mixtures of modern life through the reading of No Sense of Limits / Ezinwanyi E.Adam, Ph.D.
  • Use of social media by youths in selected cities of South-South, Nigeria / Ijeh Nkemdilim Palrick; Umukoro Ese; and Amune Philip Towards creative construction or destruction: Youths at the intcrsccdon of social media and social transformation / Kate Azuka Omenugha, Ph.D and Chikezie Emmanuel Uzuegbunam
  • Evaluation of the influence of social media use on the academic performances of Federal Polytechnic Bida students / Dike Kingdom and Anikwudike Christopher Nnabuike
  • The child marriage online discourse by young women in Nigeria / Diretnan Dusu Bot and Grace Kwaja
  • Uses and gratification of social networking sites: A study of University of Jos students / Comfort Bulus
  • Youths and social nehvorking in the digital age: Issues, challenges, and prospects / Nsude Jfeyinwa
  • Youths, mass media, and the security of Nigeria's oil wealth / Kenneth Adibe Nwafor and Agatha Orji-Egwu
  • The entertainment media and the socio-cultural and moral development of the Nigerian child / Mbaka, Chinyere Azuka
  • Media influence on Nigerian youths' perception and use of the culture industry / A. M Adeyanju, Ph.D; Abdul-Aziz Haruna and Baba, D.
  • Audience assessment of the Nigerian Television Authority's contributions toward the eradication of child trafficking in South-East Nigeria / Benedict O. Agbo and Okechukwu Chukwuma Appraisal of Nigeria's communication policy and the educational development of youths in Nigeria / Christian Tuotamuno Diri, Ph.D and Raphael Babatunde Oyinade, Ph.D
  • Print media representation of child trafficking in Nigeria / Nwaolikpe Onyinyechi Nancy
  • Assessment of the influence of "FLAVA" on the attitude of University of Port Harcourt undergraduate students towards sex / Nwachukwu Faustinus Ginikanwa and Usua James Ntiense
  • Assessment of the use of social media by secondary school students in Zaria / Kabiru Danladi
  • Uses and gratifications of social media among Nigerian youths / Chijioke Odii
  • Audience perception of adolescents' exposure to sexual contents in Nigerian home videos / Uwom Oguchi Onyeizu; Sodeinde Oluwaseyi Adewumi and Elele Florence Nneka
  • Child trafficking as "survival mechanism" in an economy in dire straits: Implications for framing in the Nigerian media / Okugo C. Uzoma; Onwukwe D. Chima; and Innocent Paschal Ihechu
  • Influence of televised western soap operas on the Nigerian youths' perception of indigenous cultural values / Murtada Busair Ahmad and Abibat Bolanle Ajape
  • The African child in the age of creative advertising: Issues, problems, and prospects / Orji-Egvvu Agatha Obiageri and Kenneth Adibe Nwafor
  • Influence of social media on youth behaviour in South-East Nigeria / Ani Moses; Ugwuanyi John C.; Chiaha Chukwuemeka; and Eyibe Nneoma
  • Patterns in press coverage of the expanded programme on immunization in Nigeria: A comparative analysis of the Guardian, The Sun and Thisday newspapers / Nnanyelugo Okoro, Ph.D; Michael Ukonu, Ph.D; Christian Chinedu Odoemelam; Gloria Nwanneka Eze
  • Parental mediation of children's media use in the multimedia age / Orlu-Orlu Hyacinth; Ezeh Nkiru C.; and Asadu Clement A.
  • The puzzle of media violence and actual exhibition of violence by Nigerian youths / Patrick Udende and Gabriel Bundekaan Ugande
  • The perception of school age children on Disney content and entertainment / Darlington Oiamire Amorighoye.
ISBN
  • 978051032X
  • 9789780510329
LCCN
2016442606
OCLC
993623359
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