Clement A. Ogah's scientific contributions

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O artigo que se inicia tem como objetivo examinar a atuação do Boko Haram (ou de seus subconjuntos/subgrupos). Pautado na análise de notícias capturaladas aleatoriamente dos meios de comunicação da Nigéria, busca-se oferecer sugestões sobre como os meios de comunicação e outros agentes de desenvolvimento podem ajudar a por um fim nos ataques desenv...
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The following article intends to examine the role Boko Haram has been playing over the years. Based on the analysis of the news randomly taken from the Nigerian media, it seeks to offer suggestions on how the media and other Nigerian development agents can contribute to an end of the attacks carried out by this group. Subsequently, it is expected t...
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This study examines the concept of God in Jewish and Etsako traditions, with a view to highlighting certain similarities and differences in their conception of the Supreme Deity–God. Deploying historical, comparative, interview and phenomenological techniques, this study unpacks some striking parallels and divergent views of the two ethnic groups,...

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... Thus, as the central "interpretative system" of advanced societies (Peters & Heinrichs, 2005: 2), the news media play a key role in informing the public about events that transpire around the world, particularly in those countries in which audiences do not have direct knowledge or experience (Happer & Philo, 2013). Omoera and Ogah (2016) recommended that since the rise of Boko Haram has developed into a particularly disturbing phenomenon, there is a need for a counter terrorism strategy that entails the deployment of the media. Unfortunately, penetration and functioning of the contemporary Nigerian media seem weaker, meaning that collective efforts that lead to citizen journalism are of paramount importance. ...
... Lucky Irabo also said the operation of the military troops had reduced the capacity of the insurgents to fight. Source: Largely adapted from Omoera et al [5] and Bintube [2] The effect of this encounter with Boko Haram in terms of human casualty, properties, social values and the stigma experienced by people in Maiduguri were unspeakable. The number of human lives lost in Borno and other northern states cannot be accurately established, but suffice to say that many lost relatives and friends in the encounter. ...