5 edition of Press and politics in Nigeria, 1880-1937 found in the catalog.
Press and politics in Nigeria, 1880-1937
Fred I. A. Omu
|Statement||Fred I. A. Omu.|
|Series||Ibadan history series, Ibadan history series (Harlow, England)|
|LC Classifications||PN5499.N5 O4 1978b|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 290 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||290|
|LC Control Number||78319624|
A Nigerian newspaper and Online version of the Vanguard, a daily publication in Nigeria covering Nigeria news, Niger delta, general national news, politics. telism is the fundamental principle of political organization and behaviour” (Bello ; see also, Olarinmoye ). As Holman () concluded long ago, the press in Nigeria is an instrumental press that does not provide free flow of information among political structures and between society and policy but operates primarily to.
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Introduction: A historical overview The Nigerian press is not the oldest on the continent, or even in the West African sub-region. Nigeria’s earliest newspapers emerged after those of Sierra Leone (), Ghana () and Liberia (), and were started by Anglican missionaries. By opening schools which provided a Western-oriented education, the missionaries also trained their first readers Cited by: 1. Gives insight into why Nigeria is beset with its current nagging problems of corruption and ethnicity. The genesis of Nigeria's nemesis and corrupt leadership and power struggles as planted by the British with their bible in one hand, and sword in the other. A devide and conquer mentality of the British and the stupidity and treachery of the native coastal states that metamorphed into corruption every nook and crany of by:
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Spectrum Books LTD. Google Scholar. Ogbondah, C. Democratisation and the Media in West Author: Muhammad Jameel Yusha’u. had an extremely active and critical press.5 The role of and the limits on the press were 1 F.I.A.
OMU, PRESS AND POLITICS IN NIGERIA (). 2 D. LAMB, THE AFRICANS (). 3Id. at 4 Nigeria's experiences with democracy are chronicled in Seng, Democracy in Nigeria, 9 BLACK L. REv. (UCLA) (). 5 See F. OMU, supra note l. Although the years since Nigeria’s return to civilian rule in have seen an increased interest in its history and politics, Nigeria remains one of the most under-researched African countries Author: Insa Nolte.
InNigeria's voters cast out the ruling People's Democratic Party (PDP). Here, A. Carl LeVan traces the political vulnerability of Africa's largest party in the face of elite bargains that facilitated a democratic transition in Author: A. Carl LeVan. PRESS CONCEPTUAL DEFINITION: Radio, Television, Periodicals – including newspapers, magazines, book, leaflets, that are used in Nigeria for the dissemination and transmission to widely dispersed audience.
OPERATIONAL DEFINITION: In this study, press refers to the use of organs of mass-communication like radio, and television.
POLITICS CONCEPTUAL DEFINITION: The art of science Author: Chrisantus Oden. The Press and the Emergent Political Class in Nigeria: Media, Elections, and Democracy: /ch This probing thesis in this study is on how the political class in colonial and post-colonial Nigeria established, maintained, improved and controls the.
Religion, History, and Politics in Nigeria is concerned with the problematic nature of religion and politics in Nigerian history. The book provides a lively and straightforward treatment of the relationship among religion, politics, and history in Nigeria, and how it affects public life today.
By adopting various cultural, historical, political, and sociological perspectives, the text's 4/5(3). CMS Press, which has published thousands of books in Nigeria, is a product of that seed planted by Henry Townsend.
From that time, publishing started growing in Nigeria with different objectives for the business. Sometimes, these objectives define the genre of books some publishers publish while others, undertake general publishing without bias.
The West African press has long been recognized as an impor. tant factor promoting the growth of political awareness and nationalism. A scholarly history of African newspapers is long overdue, and for this reason students of West African history will welcome Fred Omu's Press and Politics in Nigeria, Democracy and Prebendal Politics in Nigeria: The Rise And Fall Of The Second Republic (African Studies) [Joseph, Richard A.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Democracy and Prebendal Politics in Nigeria: The Rise And Fall Of The Second Republic (African Studies)Cited by: Aside fighting to win democracy, the Nigerian press has been at the forefront of sustaining Nigeria’s nascent democracy. They do this by fighting against conception.
Aside the print media, the television stations have also played their part in the fight against corruption and in the defense of democracy. They correspond, respectively, to Nigeria s assumption of a leading role in continental politics, to the tenacious claims of ethnic politicians, and to the formation of modern social classes.
Political Parties in Nigeria s current constitutional order, known as the Fourth Republic, are products of the nation s emancipation from military rule. Books shelved as nigerian-history: Why We Struck: The Story Of The First Nigerian Coup by Adewale Ademoyega, Oil, Politics and Violence: Nigeria's Milita.
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These political parties were the National Council of Nigeria and Cameroons (NCNC), the Northern People’s Congress (NPC) and the Action Group (AG).
The NCNC was controlled by the Igbos, the tribe dominating the Eastern Region; it was led by Nnamdi.In Nigeria's Democratic Experience in the Fourth Republic Since Policies and Politics, edited by Obiyan, A. Sat and Amuwo, Kunle, – Lanham, MD: University Press of America, Al-Ālūsī, Nuʿman Khayr by: 8.