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 15, No.2, November 2018

Access and Utilisation of Internet-Mediated HIV AIDS Messages among Students of the University of Maiduguri, Nigeria – JIBRIL Abubakar, SULEIMAN Garba, ABDULLAHI Adamu & MOHAMMED AdamuAbstract : Full Paper

Attitude of Television Journalists in South South Nigeria to Citizen Journalism – ASHONG, C. Ashong, Ph.D. & NWANYANWU, Nnamdi Chinedu, Ph.D.Abstract : Full Paper

Evaluating the Accuracy of Social Media News Reports – AKPAN, Church S., Ph.D.; arpa & EKPE, Bassey Nsa (Mrs)Abstract : Full Paper

Influence of Gender Appeals on Audience Consumption of Television News – AGBA, Jacob U., Ph.D., HENSHAW, Aye Aye & OGRI, Eric UgorAbstract : Full Paper

Influence of New Media on Media Planning and Buying among Advertising Practitioners in Lagos State, Nigeria – NNAANE, Barikui, Ph.D.Abstract : Full Paper

Influence of Televised Breast Cancer Prevention Campaigns on Women in Kogi State, Nigeria – ASOGWA, Chika Euphemia, Ph.D. & Oluwakemi SamuelAbstract : Full Paper

Influence of Three Communication Intervention Programmes on Attitude and Perception of ‘Baby Factory’ Phenomenon among In-School Adolescents in Abia State, Nigeria – Nwaolikpe, Onyinyechi Nancy, Ph.D. Abstract : Full Paper

Investigating the Stylistic Enablers of Structural Ambiguity in Newspaper Headlines – EZEKULIE, Chinelo J., Ph.D. Abstract : Full Paper

Level of Awareness and Satisfaction with the Corporate Social Responsibility Performance of Food and Beverage Companies in Plateau State, Nigeria – ASEMAH, Ezekiel S., Ph.D. & UDOAKAH, Nkereuwem, Ph.D. Abstract : Full Paper

Mainstream Media, Social Media and Peace-Building in Nigeria Old Challenges, New Opportunities – UZUEGBUNAM, Chikezie E. & OMENUGHA, Nelson Obinna Abstract : Full Paper

Nigerian Newspapers Framing of the 2012 Flooding Disaster in Nigeria – GAMBO, Shehu Nababa, Ph.D.Abstract : Full Paper

Perception of Female Movie Audience on the Portrayal of Women in Nollywood Movies – NSEREKA, Barigbon Gbara, Ph.D. & ENYINDAH, Stella ChinyereAbstract : Full Paper

Promotion of Alternative Medicine on Radio and its Impact on the Health Seeking Behaviour of Men in Ilorin Metropolis – ADEGOKE, Rukayat Ololade, AZEEZ, Adesina Lukuman, Ph.D. & ABDULRAUF-SALAU, Aishat, Ph.D.Abstract : Full Paper

Selected Nigerian Newspapers’ Coverage of President Buhari’s Health Saga – AGUDOSY, Fabian I., IKEGBUNAM, Peter C. & OBIAKOR, Casmir U.Abstract : Full Paper

The Implication of Social Media as a Tool for Environmental Management – AKPOGHIRAN, I. Patrick, UMUKORO, Ese & OKORO, Ferdinand Eloke Abstract : Full Paper

The Past, Present and Future of Visual Journalism in Television News Reporting in Nigeria – BROWN, Ndoma J., Ph.D. Abstract : Full Paper

Towards Integrating New Technologies in Communication Education in Nigeria – ENWEREM, Chuks Odiegwu & CHUKS-ENWEREM, Christie UcheAbstract : Full Paper

Utilisation of Information and Communication Technology for E-Learning among Select Secondary Schools in Port Harcourt, Nigeria – ADULOJU, Elizabeth Titilayo, Ph.D.Abstract : Full Paper

Utilisation of Social Media for News Gathering and Dissemination by Journalists in Edo State, Nigeria – OMOSOTOMHE Samson Ighiegba & OLLEY, Wilfred Oritsesan, Ph.D.Abstract : Full Paper