The Nigerian Journal of Communication (TNJC) is a scholarly, academic, professional and interdisciplinary journal of the African Council for Communication Education (ACCE), Nigeria Chapter. It is devoted to research and professional practices in all functional areas of communication. It is published in the tradition of the well-known international journal of the ACCE, the African Media Review, a quarterly journal of communication based at the headquarters of the pan-African organisation, ACCE, in Nairobi, Kenya, which has been in publication since 1986  …more

Volume 17, No.2, November 2020

Acceptance, Processing and Use of Feedback by Broadcast Stakeholders in Benin City in Improving Talk Show Programme Content – OBAJE, Comfort Ene, PhDAbstract : Full Paper

Assessment of Social Media Digital Image Usage by Scannews and NewsRescue during the 2015 Presidential Election and its Implication for Professional Practice in Nigeria – OGAH, Abari Ijuo, PhDAbstract : Full Paper

Discourse Analysis of Two Online Environmental Communication Campaigns – ADEMOSU, IfedolapoAbstract : Full Paper

An Evaluative Study of the Influence of Ebonyi State Broadcasting Corporation’s Lassa Fever Public Service Advert on the Health Attitude of Abakaliki Residents – KALU, Ojiaku PhD & ABUMCHUKWU, Raphael Ekwunife & NWACHUKWU, Helen IjeomaAbstract : Full Paper

Mass Media and the Mobilisation of Women for Political Participation during the 2019 Gubernatorial Election in Lafia, Nasarawa State, Nigeria – SANTAS, Tsegyu & ASEMAH, Ezekiel S., PhD & JUMBO, Cynthia Nwanyeze, PhDAbstract : Full Paper

Mass Media Health Promotion Campaign as Determinant of Behavioural Responses to the Prevention of Lassa Fever Epidemic in South-West, Nigeria – OKEYA, Adenike Omotayo, PhD & AKINWANDE, Anjuwon PhDAbstract : Full Paper

Organisational Communication Pattern and Its Implications for Ethics and Professionalism among Journalists in Akwa Ibom State – SENAM, Nsikan PhDAbstract : Full Paper

Social Media Influence on Exclusive Breastfeeding Among Expecting Mothers in Port Harcourt – UWALAKA, Temple PhD & NWALA, BigmanAbstract : Full Paper

The Media, Conflict Resolution and Indigene-Non-Indigene Relationship in Nigeria – NSUDE, Ifeyinwa PhD & ELEM, Stephen Nwanchor, PhDAbstract : Full Paper