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Newspaper Coverage of Women Participation in Nigeria Politics

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Purpose and Objective of the Study

Purpose is defined as an idea or aim kept in the mind as the goals towards which ones   effort   is   directed.   It   is   a   definite   intention  an   object   or   reason   to   which something exist or is done. On the whole, the purpose of this study is to examine Newspaper Coverage of Women Participation in Nigeria Politics. It seeks to achieve the following specified objective.

a. To   determine   the   frequency   of   coverage   given   by   Nigeria   newspapers, particularly Daily Trust and Leadership regarding women participation in Nigeria politics.

b. To  find  out   the  level   of  prominence  given   to   women  political  issues   in Nigeria by the two National dailies.

c. To determine whether there is difference between the two Newspapers as regard to coverage of women in political activities.


Scope/Delimitation of the Study

For   the   purpose   of   clarity,   simplicity   as   well   as   effective   analysis,   this   study focuses on the Newspaper coverage of women political participation in Nigeria. Published materials to be content analyzed, cover only the period of (6) month from January-June, in other words, (January-February and March) prior to election period, (April) the period of election and (May, June) period after election.It is also restricted to the reportage of two national dailies: the Daily Trust and Leadership, this is because it is impossible to analyze press coverage of women participation in politics in all the national dailies. However, the choice of these Newspapers is influence by the fact that these two dailies enjoy wide readership and circulation around the country in respective of any geo-political, religion or environmental   influence.   Also   base   on   the   fact   that   both   papers   report   issues without   fear   of   intimidation   or  harassment,   they   are   however   seen  as   (radical press).

Newspaper Coverage of Women Participation in Nigeria Politics

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Type Project
Department Mass Communication
Project ID MAS1126
Price ₦3,000 ($9)
No of Pages 57 Pages
Format Microsoft Word

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    Type Project
    Department Mass Communication
    Project ID MAS1126
    Price ₦3,000 ($9)
    No of Pages 57 Pages
    Format Microsoft Word

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