Media Advocacy, Development Journalism and Child Right issues in Nigeria
In the sphere of journalism, child right issues are perennial issues that have raised mixed feelings and reactions among media experts and scholars. The thrust of this paper examined the use of development journalism to promote media advocacy for child right issues in Nigeria. Against the backdrop of development media theory and the agenda setting theory, which moves that child right issues...
Published at Scholars Journal of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
Pages 2 61 - 2 6 5
Published in 2014
Oyesomi Kehinde, Olusola Oyero, Okorie Nelson
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
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