Volume 4 Number 1&2

Volume 4 Number 1 and 2

Journal of Communication and Media Technology (Volume 4 Number 1&2)


  1. Isaac Adesuyi OLUYIand Samson Adesegun ADETOLA - Interrogating the Media of Communication of Science and Technology Research Outcomes to the Public in Nigeria
  2. Maria EKPENYONG, PhDand Olatokumbo OLUTAYO, PhD - Mitigating Effects of COVID-19 Pandemic on Tertiary Education in Nigeria: A Focus on Social Media and Funding in Educational Sector
  3. Olamide Oluwayinka ADEYEMO, PhDand Waheed Bayonle BUSARI, PhD- Influence of Age, Education and Marital Status on Listening Habit of Market Women to Radio Educational Programmes in Ibadan South East Local Government Area, Oyo State
  4. EmmaJimo EMMAJIMO, PhD- Comparative Analysis of Nonverbal Political Communications of Presidents in Two Democracies
  5. Adekunle Olusola OTUNLA, PhDand Henry Kola LADOKE, PhD - Evaluation of Splash 105.5 FM’ Oro Sun Nu Kun Indigenous Radio Programme Voters’ Education Contents Prior to 2015 Governorship Elections in Oyo State
  6. Josiah Sabo KENTE, PhD , Muhammad Yakubu SALISU andMonday Sunday ABIMIKU- Adoption of Social Media by Public Relations of Nigeria Libraries
  7. Kenneth Oluchi UMEZURIKE, PhD and Toyosi SAMUEL, PhD - Lead City University Undergraduates’ Perception of Health Campaigns on Prevention of Diabetes by Non-Governmental Organisations
  8. Rita Oluwadarasimi AGHA andTolulope Oyeronke MOLOMO- Public Perception: Use of Social Media by Nigerian Centre for Disease Control in Information Dissemination on COVID -19 Pandemic
  9. Peter O. AWOFADEJU, PhD - Impact of Foreign Television Programmes on the Cultural Values of Nigerian Youths
  10. Gloria Onyinyechi CHIGBU, PhD Toyosi SAMUEL , PhD -Usefulness of Artificial Intelligence Systems and Disaster Communication Practices among Employees of Disaster Prevention Agencies in Nigeria
  11. Oluwaseun O. DOKUNMU- Role of the Social Media in Information Dissemination between Management and Students of the Federal Polytechnic, Ilaro
  12. Simon PINHEIRO, PhD. and ‘Yemi ‘Kunle OGINNI, PhD - Influence of New Media Consumption on Electorates’ Political Awareness during 2019 Presidential Election in Oyo State, Nigeria Oladimeji
  13. Dolapo Michael OYEDOKUN, Patricia Eky EMEST-ONUIRI and Godwin Emmanuel OYEDOKUN - The Broadcast Media and Sports Development in Nigeria
  14. Sunday IDOWU and Oluwaseyi SANYOLU - Digital Media Platforms as a Promoter of Citizen Journalism in Nigeria: A Study of End SARS Protest
  15. Stella Ebehiremen and Ajoke SANNI-OBA - Impacts of Social Media Networking Sites on the Academic Performance of Students of Adeseun Ogundoyin Polytechnic, Eruwa, Oyo State, Nigeria
  16. Olubisi Olusola JIBOKU - Role of Mass Media in Curbing Domestic Violence against Women during COVID-19 Pandemic Lockdown in Nigeriaa



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