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CULTURAL INFLUENCE OF FOREIGN PROGRAMME IN BROADCASTING (A CASE STUDY OF ‘CHANNEL O’ PROGRAMME ON ENUGU RESIDENTS)

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ABSTRACT

This survey seeks to examine the influx of foreign television channels like ‘Channel O’ on the culture of third world countries like Nigeria. It assumes that foreign programmes in broadcasting have debase the culture of Nigeria.
The researcher uses the survey method with techniques, like questionnaire administration and interviews. In the bid to achieve her aim, the researcher uses Enugu, as her case study and studied the two local government areas that make up Enugu city that is.
This study calls for the re-awakening of broadcast regulatory bodies like the National Broadcasting Commission (NBC) censorship board, broadcasting stations, parents among others to their responsibilities to the society.
The recommendation and suggestion at the end of the study will go a long way in correcting this anomaly.
 
TABLE OF CONTENTS
TITLE PAGE
DEDICATION 
APPROVAL PAGE
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
ABSTRACT

CHAPTER ONE
INTRODUCTION
1.1  BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY
1.2  STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM
1.3  OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY
1.4  SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY
1.5  RESEARCH QUESTIONS
1.6  OPERATIONAL DEFINITION OF TERMS
1.7  PURPOSE OF THE STUDY
1.8  SCOPE OF THE STUDY
1.9  LIMITATION OF THE STUDY
     REFERENCES

CHAPTER TWO
LITERATURE REVIEW
2.0  INTRODUCTION
2.0.1THE NIGERIAN BROADCASTING MEDIA
2.0.2THE NIGERIAN CULTURAL HERITAGE
2.1  THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK
2.2  PROGRAMME CONTENT OF NIGERIA BROADCASTING MEDIA
2.3  OVER DEPENDENCE ON FOREIGN PROGRAMME AND ITS CONSEQUENCE.
2.4. ‘CHANNEL O’ PROGRAMMES YOUTH AND MORAL
2.5  FOREIGN PROGRAMME AND CULTURAL INFLUENCE
2.6  SUMMARY OF LITERATURE REVIEW
     REFERENCES

CHAPTER THREE
3.1  RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
3.2  POPULATION, SAMPLING AND SAMPLING TECHNIQUE
3.3  INSTRUMENT FOR DATA COLLECTION
3.4  VALIDATION FO THE INSTRUCTION
3.5  METHOD OF DATA COLLECTION
3.6  METHOD OF DATA ANALYSIS
     REFERENCES

CHAPTER FOUR
INTRODUCTION
4.1  PRESENTATION OF DATA
4.2  ANALYSIS OF FINDINGS
     REFERENCES

CHAPTER FIVE
SUMMARY, CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATION
5.1  SUMMARY
5.2  CONCLUSION
5.3  RECOMMENDATION
5.4  SUGGESTION FOR FURTHER STUDIES
     REFERENCES
     BIBLIOGRAPHY
     APPENDIX



CULTURAL INFLUENCE OF FOREIGN PROGRAMME IN BROADCASTING (A CASE STUDY OF ‘CHANNEL O’ PROGRAMME ON ENUGU RESIDENTS)

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Project ID MAS0845
Price ₦3,000 ($9)
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    Price ₦3,000 ($9)
    No of Pages 86 Pages
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