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CJC Vol.2 No.1

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AESTHETIC COMMUNICATION AND PUBLIC REACTION TO MALARIA DRUGS ADVERTISEMENT: A STUDY OF TELEVISION VIEWERS IN CALABAR METROPOLIS. By Ukam I. Ngwu, Anthony Ogande 25
APPLYING CONNECTIVISM LEARNING THEORY OF THE DIGITAL AGE INTO COMMUNICATION AND MEDIA STUDIES. By Musa Bara'u Gamji, Qaribu Yahaya Nasidi 21
AUDIENCE AWARENESS AND PERCEPTION OF 'THE KIDDIES TIME' PROGRAMME OFABU FM: A STUDY OF CHILDREN IN SAMARU, KADUNA STATE. By Ahmed Abubakar, Muhyiddeen Hayatuddeen M. 18
BREAKING THE CYCLE OF POVERTY: THE COMMUNICATION OPTION. By Godswill John 24
DIGITIZATION OF BROADCASTING IN NIGERIA: INTERROGATING THE POTENTIALS AND CHALLENGES FOR THE NIGERIAN TELEVISION AUTHORITY (NTA) PROGRAMMING APPROACH. By Oba Abdulkadir LA'ARO, Ibrahim Adetunji Mojeed, Rasaq Muhammed Adisa 15
FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT: A REVIEW. By Patrick Ukim Ineji, Offiong Ukpong Bassey 21
INFLUENCE OF ONLINE ADVERTISING ON AUDIENCE PATRONAGE OF NOLLYWOOD MOVIES IN IBADAN. By Amedu, Anthony Apeh, Busari, Waheed Bayonle 17
INFLUENCE OF RADIO HEALTH PROGRAMMES ON RESIDENTS' OF SELECT COMMUNITIES IN IMO STATE: A STUDY OF “KA HA NYIA NDU” AND “AHU IKE AMAKA” IN ORIENT 94.4 FM OWERRI. By Nzotta, Nwamaka Ujunwa, Orji, Uchenna Franklin 14
POLICE COMMUNITY RELATIONS COMMITTEE (PCRC) AS A PUBLIC RELATIONS STRATEGY BY THE POLICE IN RUMUODARA COMMUNITY. By Nsirim, Helen Ugo 17
THE SOCIAL MEDIA AND THE CHANGING NEWS ECOLOGY: WHATSAPP AS A FIFTH ESTATE. By Silas Udenze, Professor Barth O.Y. Oshionebo 19

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