Mofoluke Akoja

Mofoluke Akoja
Babcock University · Department of Mass Communication

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The chapter explored public and stakeholder perceptions of media coverage of child labour in Nigeria. It has been observed that most studies are deficient in information on the interplay between media coverage of children issues and public perception of such coverage. This study therefore adopted the convergent mixed method design to elicit respons...
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It is argued that all government-owned media houses in Nigeria practice political propaganda. One of the reasons is that journalists working in such establishments are paid by the government. As a result, the media has been ineffective in carrying out objective reporting. Ogun State Television has been blamed for its consistent practice of politica...
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Cloud computing, which appears to be a new computing trend, has a history that can be traced to the 1960s, yet the potential of computing paradigm has not been fully utilised. This is because of security and trust management issues associated with the paradigm. With a rise in financial losses reach a high of $4.5 billion in 2017 and a breach of abo...
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The chapter explored public and stakeholder perceptions of media coverage of child labour in Nigeria. It has been observed that most studies are deficient in information on the interplay between media coverage of children issues and public perception of such coverage. This study therefore adopted the convergent mixed method design to elicit respons...
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The use of Facebook applications, especially among young people, has continued to increase on a daily basis. Among other things, the issue of privacy of users in terms of amount of information requested from users, as well as the safety of such information, has continued to generate a lot of concerns among communication stakeholders. One of the maj...
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Family planning is a population control method practiced in various countries including Nigeria; however, it cannot be practice unless people are aware of it and its methods. Thus, awareness, knowledge and comprehension of family planning messages as predictors of practice is studied. 478 copies of questionnaire were distributed to that number of c...
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Among the noodle brands in the Nigerian market, research and market data confirmed that Indomie noodles is topmost on the taste pallet of most children. The study attempts to find out why especially since literature provides evidence supporting the fact that television advertisements are highly influential on children. The study was based on two th...
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Social media is becoming an important tool used by different government institutions for achieving citizen engagement especially in combating animosity and negativity. The study assumed that the use of the social media platforms by government agencies to communicate with citizens in Nigeria has not fully yielded good results, although, it was obser...
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The proliferation of social media in our everyday life has brought new forms of communication to academic scrutiny. Many non-profit organisations have turned to social media to assist with implementing their strategies such as engaging new consumers, volunteers, and funders. With the influx of studies into social media advocacy, it is imperative to...
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Evolving media technologies and innovations have significantly expanded career opportunities in mass communication. However, issues of professionalism and dwindling ethical standards have been constant threats to the prestige of the profession. This study examines the factors motivating and threatening the discipline. Maslow's hierarchy of needs an...
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In a localized attempt to address the inevitable status of Nigeria as the biggest host of patients of sickle cell anaemia, the Delta state government sponsored a media centered initiative to attract public attention to sickle cell disease as well as to the victims of the disorder. This study examined the influence of the media advocacy campaign on...
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In furtherance of the mission of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Nigeria of meeting people at three points of critical needs-education, health and spiritual, Babcock University was established to be a faith-based institution of higher learning. The University fosters its educational and spiritual objectives through its campus radio station-Hope...

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