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ABSTRACT It is a widely accepted notion that Nollywood movies contain negative content such as drug addiction, armed robbery, sexual immorality, women and child abuse amongst others, which in effect elicit negative reaction from its viewers. These negative reactions often result in negative societal consequences. This research work explores the... Continue Reading
ABSTRACT This research work examines theatre as a tool for communicating hand washing among primary school pupils in an attempt to assessing the importance of Theatre to children and how it serves as a platform for learning and not just for entertainment. Further it goes to show also that (Theatre) serves as a place for connection of attitude and... Continue Reading
NEW MEDIA ADVOCACY AND THE CHALLENGE OF AUTHENTICITY: A STUDY OF YOUTUBE ABSTRACT Disinformation, misinformation, and fake news have been and are becoming an increasing problem online. The authenticity of online information is being questioned and the need for validation of data is clear. To overcome this obstacle, where and how information... Continue Reading
 Abstract The use of the Internet in education is gradually gaining prominence in our higher educational institutions. As students are active users of the Internet, it is believed that they utilize the Internet for their academic pursuit. This study explores and investigates the Influence of the Internet on Information Acquisition among Students... Continue Reading
ABSTRACT The aim of this research is to determine the levels of participation in all the stages of the production of the radio program Flava . Health interventions are beginning to incorporate the use of audience participation in their research process although for some, participation is just a  talk  rather than a  walk. The major objectives... Continue Reading
ABSTRACT The media can be used as an instrument to build as well as to destroy the human society. This study has tried to establish the inherent nature of conflict and crises in human society as well as the significant role of media and communication in forming and shaping individual or group perception of events or issues, enhancing human... Continue Reading
Abstract Dance is a form of art, hence, it is an index of culture. Zulu Sofola in Tragic Themes in Nigeria Ritual Drama notes that: Culture is the totality of the individual in relation to all the forces acting upon him and his reaction to them. The forces would include the... Continue Reading
CHAPTER ONE 1.1Introduction Radio is regarded as the blind man's medium. However, it has the ability to stimulate the mind. It was invented by a great Italian electrical engineer, Guglielmo Marconi in 1895 (Brittnre, 1989) and from its first tentative experiments, it has expanded into an almost... Continue Reading
CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1  Background to the Study This work attempts to throw more light on costuming an absurd play using Samuel Beckett’s Waiting for Godot as a case study and would also research on the concept of absurdism and proponents of the ideology in attempt to throw more light on its application to budding playwrights and actors... Continue Reading
CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1  Background to the Study The origin of Makeup can be traced to a Greek actor named THESPIS. After this, during the medieval time, European theatre then introduced face paint makeup for the first time. The principles of designing and the application of makeup to Nollywood production is of great importance because... Continue Reading
Costume and makeup is an interpretative tool in drama that enhances, describe the actor’s appearance during a performance. The use of costume and makeup is dictated by the directorial concept. Choices of costumes are usually to add aesthetic value to the actor’s role. The role of the costume is to design characters. Usually, the costumes are... Continue Reading
1. Introduction 4 2. Theoretical Framework 2.1. Television Commercials 8 2.2. Attitude 10 2.3. Different Types of Commercial Background Music 11 2.4. Elaboration Likelihood Model and Theory of Musical Fit 12 3. Problem Statement 3.1. Research Question and Sub-Questions 18 3.2. Purpose and Relevance of the Research 19 4. Methodology 20 5.... Continue Reading
Costume and makeup is an interpretative tool in drama that enhances, describe the actor’s appearance during a performance. The use of costume and makeup is dictated by the directorial concept. Choices of costumes are usually to add aesthetic value to the actor’s role. The role of the costume is to design characters. Usually, the costumes are... Continue Reading
1. Introduction 4 2. Theoretical Framework 2.1. Television Commercials 8 2.2. Attitude 10 2.3. Different Types of Commercial Background Music 11 2.4. Elaboration Likelihood Model and Theory of Musical Fit 12 3. Problem Statement 3.1. Research Question and Sub-Questions 18 3.2. Purpose and Relevance of the Research 19 4. Methodology 20 5.... Continue Reading
ABSTRACT The aim of this research is to examine the impact of management in FUOYE Theatre and Media Arts department. That is, using the department as a case study to examine the importance of management in the department. Chapter one covers the general introduction which includes the background, purpose, significance and scope of the study, there... Continue Reading
ABSTRACT In recent times, traditional African dance seems to be given less cognizance in the society which is been compounded by high level of attention given to contemporary dance and less attention to African traditional dance. The level of involvement of the youth in African traditional dance is not encouraging, worse still, there is the... Continue Reading
ABSTRACT Visual designs in the theatre have received different touches from different scholars and theorists. Some theorists made it relevant while some believe that they are less important. This study examines the indispensability of visual designs (costume and make up, set props and light) in the African theatre in relation to Langbodo... Continue Reading
ABSTRACT A persisting trend in Political theatre in Nigeria has remained a careful evaluation and a critical analysis of the vicious Politicking and corruption perpetuated by the Nigerian political elites in the Nigerian polity, questioning the status quo.for a general social change. However, this vicious politicking and corruption has demeaned... Continue Reading
 ABSTRACT Dance as a non material culture can only be perceived and appreciated via the auditor) and sight sense organs. This fact can be said to have reduced the chances of preserving and documenting Akoto dance, as the initiators and pioneers of the dance were non literates. This poses a problem to the later performers of the dance as they are... Continue Reading
ABSTRACT This study is a critical appraisal of the effect of satire using Wale Adenuga\'s PAPA AJASCO. The focus is on the effectiveness of the message in comic films. The study\'s  objective is to identify how to make the message in satirical comic films relevant to the audience. Through content analysis, personality interview and Focus Group... Continue Reading
ABSTRACT Television as a means of communication helps in curbing and reducing societal vices. It is also a tool for cultural transformation. The research work investigates the state of cultural decadence and erosion of indigenous culture among indigenes and residents of Ado Ekiti, using cultural norms theory and social responsibility theory. The... Continue Reading
Abstract Television advertisement has over the years helped a great deal in the marketing of goods and services. This research work is an analytical study of the influence of television advertisement on the buying choice of ‘Always’ sanitary pad by students in Ado Ekiti,Ekiti state. It explored the questionnaire and interview approaches to... Continue Reading
ABSTRACT Set design spices up theatrical performances especially as a significant requirement. The contribution of set design to the overall success of performances on stage is inevitable as demonstrated in available literature. In spite of this contribution, set design has been neglected by many theatre practitioners, a problem which has... Continue Reading
ABSTRACT The acting profession has been treated with disdain especially within the Nigerian society that makes it appear that the profession does not require active and high standard skill; thus every Tom, Dick and Harry want to venture into it without the required dexterity. It is against this background that this research explores the acting... Continue Reading
ABSTRACT The new media otherwise known as the social media is the focus of this study. It is an impact assessment research using the students of Federal University Oye-Ekiti as its study sample. The social media platforms included in this project includes; Facebook, Instagram, Whatsapp and Biogs. Youths, especially undergraduates are the target of... Continue Reading
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