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Social Media in Nigeria

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Public broadcasting should have been an effective tool to democratisethe media and bridge the gap between the government and its citizens, however bureaucracy, corruption and dwindling funding have crippled the effectivenessof public broadcasters.

Evolution Of The Nigerian Media (PART 1)

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Mass media is fundamental to the development and progress of society. The history of the Nigerian media can be classified into four eras.

The Y Generation And National Identity

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The hybridisation of the Nigerian millennial can be directly traced to larger issues including emigration of previous generations post colonialism, globalisation, proliferation of technology and such like.

An Epitaph To The House On Sand

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''Who wishes to speak?'' So began each session of the Athenian Assembly.  The Assembly, comprised of adult Athenian males, gathered to debate, discuss and vote on issues that affected practically every facet of Athenian life, matters of peace and war, of public interest and private, diplomatic relations and religious activities.

Economic Downturn and Americans

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The roaring 20s. A spirit of freewheeling carousel swept across the America like a heat wave. Unprecedented economic prosperity gave rise to mass consumer culture, a widespread feeling of broadening horizons and an eagerness to do away with convention. Radical innovation made way for the automobile, the radio, moving pictures and air conditioning.