• Infant Television Exposure and Child Development: A Study Of Children In Onitsha, Nigeria

    This study investigated infant television exposure and child development: a study of children age 6 month-below age 2 years in Onitsha. The study, in other words, has its primary objectives as discovering the exposure pattern to television programme of infants in Onitsha and the cognitive development that exposure to television has on children after 17 months. Situated within the framework of cultivation theory and social cognitive theories, the study had its design as census sampling and the population was infants in Onitsha, Anambra State, South East of Nigeria.

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  • A Critical Evaluation of the Role of PMO in the Strategic Management of Projects

    This study focuses on the evaluation of the role of PMO in strategic management of projects. In-depth interviews were conducted among highly successful project practitioners, across different industries and career ranks. Their divergent view-points were synchronised and synthesised and subsequently matched by the views expressed by scholars in previous studies. In the end, the research found that PMO plays a strategic role in the in the project decision making.

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  • OPEN-DEFECATION-FREE MESSAGES: A KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDE AND PRACTICE (KAP) STUDY OF RESIDENTS OF ANAMBRA STATE

    This study is premised against the background that there is an increasing global attention to the threats of open defecation to human health, dignity and the environment and open defecation facilitates the transmission of infectious diseases like diarrhea, typhoid, cholera and other diseases associated with poor sanitation, hygiene and waste management. To help address the health concerns and ameliorate the spread of these diseases in Nigeria, the Federal Government and other International Development Partners like UNICEF began the Open- Defecation – Free (ODF) campaign messages in the country. ODF messages aimed at providing adequate information and awareness on the negative effects of open defecation practice and to sensitise the people to adopt behavioral change of saying no to open defecation practice but rather use the toilet to achieve an ODF environment. In all these, it is not clear if the residents of Anambra State, one of the pilot States in ODF messages and campaign in Nigeria representing the South East Zone are favorably disposed to these awareness and behavioural change messages and interventions. This circumstance therefore motivated the study titled “Open-Defecation-Free Messages: A knowledge, Attitude and Practice (KAP) Study of Residents of Anambra State” which set the following objectives; to determine whether respondents in Anambra State have knowledge of ODF messages, to ascertain the respondents’ sources of information about ODF messages, to ascertain the respondents’ sources of information about ODF messages, to determine whether there is a significant relationship between knowledge of ODF messages and the respondents’ attitude towards these messages, to find out whether there is a significant relationship between respondents’ attitudes to ODF messages and the practice of these messages, and to determine whether respondents in Anambra State advocate for ODF practice after exposure to ODF messages.

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  • Traditional African Medicine and the Challenge of Transgenerational Cultural Communication: A New Perspectival Approach

    This study examined the challenge of transgenerational cultural communication in the development of Traditional African Medicine (TAM). The study was based on transgenerational theory. The researcher used the qualitative methodological approach of analyzing related literature and histories to establish a relationship between transgenerational cultural communication and the present state of Traditional African Medicine. The study concluded that the dynamics of transgenerational cultural communication can be strategically deployed to achieve global significance and collaborative relevance for Traditional African Medicine in the delivery of quality health care in the new global order.

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  • Media Economics and Sustainability

    Media economics provides insight on how the media market works, structure of media firms, nature of media products and how the media make money. Media organizations want to produce content with low investment and maximum profit. Any change in the regulation policy and technologies may affect the economic process of the media industry.

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    Media Economics and Sustainability

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  • Premium English Grammar

    As an award-winning writer and teacher who has taught the
    language in the classroom and in the virtual space for twelve years to learners
    who have aced English certificate examinations, I wrote Premium English
    Grammar to help users and learners of English who (like you) are in pursuit of
    excellence.

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  • Deception In Today’s Church

    WRONG DEFINITION OF
    CHRISTIANITY 1

    Christianity is not the religion of those who worship in churches.
    It is a relationship with God secured through the door of an
    encounter with Jesus Christ who died for all men. 

    Remarks: Many people think they are Christians just because they
    worship in churches, especially on Sundays; or because they bear
    Christian names, or because they had water sprinkled on their head
    as infants in an event many in error call baptism. Others think they
    are Christians because their parents are, or because they can hear
    God or see visions. Some think they are Christians because they
    give to God’s work, or were ordained or given one title or the other
    in church. Not one of these acts makes one a Christian.
    Believers were first called Christians in Antioch because they acted
    like Christ (Acts 11:26). So you can’t be a Christian unless you act
    like Christ. And no one can ever grow genuine character of Christ
    who is not born again through an encounter in which one repents of
    one’s sin and receives Christ as one’s Saviour. When Nicodemus
    needed this encounter, he went to Jesus by night. He set out
    praising Him for being a man who came from God. He said no man
    could do the miracles Jesus did except God was with Him. He was a
    great religious leader in Israel, probably in the mould of our Bishops
    of today, but he didn’t know the God he worshipped. So Jesus
    looked beyond his words and saw the void eating away his spirit and
    said to him, “Verily, verily, I say unto thee, Except a man be born
    again, he cannot see the kingdom of God” (John 3:3).
    I am sure the answer Jesus gave startled him. It touched the sore side
    of his spiritual void. He must have felt there was no need pretending
    before a Man who knew his heart. So he didn’t say, “You’re
    Christianity is not the religion of those who worship in churches.
    It is a relationship with God secured through the door of an
    encounter with Jesus Christ who died for all men.

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  • Friends That Make Family

    This is a story about three friends who became a peace-loving family that shared love in their community. It is an interesting story of how a scientist, a doctor and a musician became friends that lived like a family. It shows us that being good to others makes a family happy. This is an interesting story of how the scientist and the hunter were liked by all in the community because of their good works.

    Publisher: TopShelve Publishers

    Number of Pages: 25

    ISBN: 978-978-57835-0-6

    File Size: 2.56 MB

     

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  • A Trip To The Village Stream

    This is an interesting story of how a young boy and his siblings took a trip to their village stream with their father. It was an event that made their holiday very interesting. The young boy narrates his experiences at the stream and how excited he was to play with friends like he never did. There is also an interesting drama in the story after one of his friends insisted on following him to the stream against his mother’s instruction. What happened will amaze you. This is a very interesting and educative book for kids.

    Author: Chiagoziem Nwabueze

    Year of Publication: 2020

    Publisher: TopShelve Publishers

    Number of Pages: 25

    ISBN: 978-978-57835-0-6

    File Size: 1.51 MB

     

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  • Essentials of Editorial Writing

    Editorial writing is an important task in journalism. This is because
    a newspaper’s opinion on topical issues should be expressed
    meaningfully and persuasively. Newspapers play advocacy role
    through the editorial. They fight battles for the public, set agenda
    and carve out an image for themselves through discourses featured
    in the editorial. This is why writing the editorial is serious business.
    It requires knowledge of basic approaches and skills which
    facilitate presentation of persuasive opinions meaningfully. Poorly
    written editorial could negatively affect the corporate image of a
    newspaper.

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  • Anatomy of Brown Envelope Syndrome – Nigerian Press Perspective

    This book x-rays the brown envelope syndrome in Nigeria with a view to finding out the genesis of the trend, what has made the practice endemic in the Nigerian media sector and how it has affected the image of the profession in the country. It is an anatomy of the brown envelope syndrome in Nigeria, which takes a close look at the perceived deceptive power of the syndrome, its negative effects on stakeholders in the media industry and possible solutions to the problem. It is written from the point of view of an ex-journalist who had first-hand experience of the brown envelope syndrome and has seen possible practical approaches to curbing the trend if sincerely and effectively implemented.

    Author: Chinenye Nwabueze

    Year of Publication: 2020

    Publisher: TopShelve Publishers

    Number of Pages: 265

    ISBN: 978-97-54047-8-4

    File Size: 1.61 MB

     

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    • USD: $2.20
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  • Basics Of Advertising

    01

    One major way of keeping consumers informed about the
    existence of a product brand in the market, the brand’s competitive
    edge over other brands, and persuasively present the appropriate
    message to the right prospects of products and services at a
    relatively low cost is through advertising – a non-personal
    communication process for promoting goods and services through
    a medium to a target audience.

    Author: Chinenye Nwabueze

    Year of Publication: 2020

    Publisher: TopShelve Publishers

    Number of Pages: 149

    ISBN: 978-219-219-8

    File Size: 3.36 MB

     

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    Basics Of Advertising

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