Development Journalism, Africa and Breast Cancer Care Among Women
In the sphere of media studies, development journalism has been conceived as a type of journalism th at can be used to facilitate development in any modern society. Among scholars and media experts, development journalism is essential in tackling development issues that affect the different facets of life. The thrust of this paper explores the effective use of development journalism as a...
Published at THE INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HUMANITIES & SOCIAL S TUDIES
Published in 2014
okorie nelson, oyesomi kehinde and Kayode - Adedeji Kehinde
Okorie Nelson » Nelson Okorie is one of the seasoned lecturers in the Department of Mass Communication, Covenant University. He has his first degree in Public Relations and Advertising (Bsc.), and a second degree in Mass Communication (Msc). Recently,he obtained his Ph.D thesis, which focused on the influence of media awareness campaigns on breast cancer care among women. view full profile
Effective Use of Information Sources for Breast Cancer Care: Interplay of Mass Media and Interpersonal Channels
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