• Introduction To Mass Communication

    This book, Introduction to Mass Communication (second edition) is a
    rudimentary tour into the world of mass-mediated communication in a technologically driven age. It is divided into five parts, each part discussing an interesting theme on modern techniques in communication.

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    Author: Chinenye Nwabueze

    Year of Publication: 2021

    Number of Pages: 364

    File Size: 6.9 MB

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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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  • The Lake Experience

    This book talks about a young boy’s interesting experience at a
    lake with his siblings. The boy was very excited when his father
    first broke the news that they would be visiting the lake as part
    of their holiday plans. The visit to the lake came with very
    exciting moments and knowledge about fish business. But there are
    twists and turns that suddenly changed the boy’s excitement into
    worries, making the book more intriguing. This is a very
    interesting and educative book which every kid should read.

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  • The Paint Job

    This is an interesting book about a young boy’s experience with painting the sitting room of his house. The boy’s father decided that it was time to repaint their sitting room but instead of hiring a painter to do the job, the man decided that they should do the painting by themselves. The boy and his siblings joined their father to do the painting. You would think this is a straightforward thing but the boy’s story was full of intrigues and excitement as he narrated what it took them to accomplish the task.

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  • MARRIAGE IS COMMUNICATION

    Author: nwanduike

    The book,
    Marriage is Communication looks at the central role of communication in a
    successful marriage. It is often said that communication is important in
    marriage, this book shows how important it is. It shows that communication has
    had a major place in marriage from creation. The author combines his
    professional and spiritual knowledge and experience to explore this subject
    matter with a view to helping readers apply the lessons with ease. Some of the
    areas covered are:

    Elements
    of Communication in Marriage

    How to
    Communicate in Marriage?

    Departments
    of Communication in Marriage

    Digital
    devices and Communication in Marriage

    The
    Spirit-controlled Communication

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    Author: nwanduike

    MARRIAGE IS COMMUNICATION

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  • Magazine & Newspaper Management and Production

    Magazine and Newspaper Management and Production
    is a text that explores and explains basic
    techniques in newspaper and magazine publishing and looks at the
    management and production aspects, providing details of pre-press,
    press and post-press activities. The book has nine chapters
    each of which treats a unique topic with a fresh insight on the
    newspaper and magazine business. This third edition provides an
    update to some concepts and issues discussed in the first two editions.
    It explains the fusion between the social media and magazine
    management and production.
    This book is essential for students, practicing journalists
    managerial staff in the print media, including journalism and
    mass communication scholars who wish to keep in touch with
    modern trends in print media management and production.

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    Author: Chinenye Nwabueze

    Year of Publication: 2022 Third edition

    Number of Pages: 156

    File Size: 3.06 MB

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  • 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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  • 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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    Deception In Today’s Church

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