The Print Media, Civil Society and Democratic Governance in Nigeria: A Study of the Guardian Newspaper
The objective of this paper is to establish the inextricable linkage between the media, civil society and democratic governance in Nigeria. Conversely, it seeks to reconcile the contradictions in democracy, weak civil society and docile media, which have become a perennial problem in Nigeria’s democratic experiment. It was necessitated by the increasing debate, indeed concern on the rapid...
Published at (Accepted) Polac International Journal of Humanities and Security Studies
Published in 2015
Chidozie, F.C., Ajayi, O and Olorunnipa, I
Chidozie Felix » Chidozie Felix Chidozie studied Political Science in University of Ibadan where he graduated in 1999. He consequently bagged a Masters degree from the same University in the Department of Political Science, specialising in international relations. He also studied in the Institute of African Studies, University of Ibadan where he obtained another Masters degree in Peace and Conflict Studies,... view full profile
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