Joseph Wilson

Joseph Wilson
University of Maiduguri · Department of Mass Communication

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Borno State, Nigeria has experienced active COVID-19 with quite a number of cases and mortalities. The extensive global campaign to create awareness about the pandemic and safety measures through various stakeholders appeared to have worked, especially when it became obvious that people in Borno keyed into safety protocols and observed the lockdown...
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Hate speech has become a global concern. Nations worldwide in one way or another have to grapple with the enormous problem of this phenomenon, which is predominantly perpetrated through new media or online media platforms. In Nigeria, the situation is such that governments at the federal and state levels have continued to express concern over the g...
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Migration from African countries to especially European nations has in recent times gained more global attention and the media are awashed with disturbing reports, particularly on the migrant slavery in Libya. Therefore this paper examines pictorial framing of the migrant slavery issue in Libya by Daily Trust Newspaper. The objectives of the paper...
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The fourth world conference on women in Beijing in 1995 was a springboard for women acceptance to explore various media possibilities to enhance their global visibility for societal recognition, address the negative media portrayal of women, and strengthen the gender equality struggles. Their platform for action on women and the media was to strate...
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Information Communication Technologies (ICTs) exert a great influence on global activities. ITC has affected the structure of governments, economies, cultures, and even human health. Another area in which ICT has had a tremendous impact is within the developing world and nations where women face repression and fewer opportunities. Overcoming Gender...
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The fourth world conference on women in Beijing in 1995 was a springboard for women acceptance to explore various media possibilities to enhance their global visibility for societal recognition, address the negative media portrayal of women, and strengthen the gender equality struggles. Their platform for action on women and the media was to strate...
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The Internet has drastically changed information and knowledge sharing processes globally. It is a widely accepted medium for transformation and empowerment. Individuals, groups, communities and nations, including women in their quest for a gender sensitive society have adopted the Internet as a viable tool. However, despite the countless benefits...
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The unprecedented impact of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) on nearly every facet of human endeavour has continued to attract individual and organizational interest to explore these technologies for specific cause. ICTs are increasingly being used in promoting democracy and human rights issues: to mobilize and strengthen solidarit...
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The unprecedented impact of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) on nearly every facet of human endeavour has continued to attract individual and organizational interest to explore these technologies for specific cause. ICTs are increasingly being used in promoting democracy and human rights issues: to mobilize and strengthen solidarit...
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The growing digitalization of global activities has left societies with the only option of joining the Information Communication Technologies (ICT) band wagon. It is obvious that the ICT capabilities of a nation to some extent determine its performance in the global economy, politics, education, health and socio-cultural playing field of the 21st C...

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