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Mass Communication Project topics and Materials

Mass Communication Project topics and Materials

HISTORY OF MASS COMMUNICATION IN NIGERIA

Department of Mass Communication was first established in Sub-Sahara Africa in 1961at the University of Nigeria, Nsukka, then called Jackson College of Journalism. This was done with a almost a curriculum similar to American style of school of journalism, this include particularly public relation and advertising. This was a brain child of the university founding father, the late Sage, Dr. Nnamdi Azikiwe who is a leading figure in West African journalism. This actualized the dream of the great Zik of Africa’s dream of formal educating journalists and aspiring journalists.

Consequently, the department then called Jackson College of Journalism was opened in September 1961, the first head of department was Mr. Earl Roe, unfortunately, and he was the only lecturer in the department then. Mr. Roe painstakingly started journalism programme for the first students of the honourable department.

Two years after establishment (1962), the school made a great achievement in student journalism, Nsukka Record was launched, and it was a weekly newspaper. This was aimed at providing a breeding ground for student journalists in order to appropriately groom them in the rudiments of journalism, including education, information as well as entertainment.

June 1964 was remarkable, the pioneer students were graduated, they were four in number and they were the first in sub-Saharan Africa. This was very significant as the human and material resources inadequacy that burdened the progression of the college was surmounted.

The dinner organized to mark the graduation was a great event. This took place in May 1964. Speaking on that remarkable occasion, Dr. Nnamdi Azikiwe, the founder and who was the then Chancellor of the University of Nigeria said and I quote:
We are making history tonight in that we have gathered here to honour the prospective graduates of the Jackson College of Journalism who will receive their baccalaureate degrees in a few days. This incident will be history in the making, because for the first time in the annals of West Africa an indigenous university will endorse the professional competence of journalists who have passed through the crucibles of systematic university education.

The department rolled out 10 graduates in 1965, 12 in 1966, also in 1967, on the eve of the Nigerian Civil War, 15 graduates were also recorded. The Civil War hampered the progress as the college lost all her facilities as well as the pioneer academic staff.

However, the college returned after the Civil war in 1967 but this time around its own products were the academic staff. Also Jackson College of Journalism was renamed the Department of Mass Communication.

Though the University of Nigeria, Nsukka was the pioneer university in mass communication many other university now offer the course in every region of the country.

Mass Communication Project topics and Materials

To aid the final year students as they write their final research project, this piece serves as a collection of A-grade standard project topics and materials in mass communication.

Below are Mass Communication Project topics and Materials,

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  1. Communication and its Problems in Developing Countries
  2. Public Relations -Tool in Curbing Cultism in Nigeria Tertiary Institutions
  3. Pidgin: An Effective Language of Broadcasting in Nigeria
  4. Impact of Radio in Mobilising Women for Rural Development in Nigeria
  5. Magazine Reading Behavior of Students
  6. Problems of Private Broadcasting Media in Nigeria
  7. Community Radio in Promoting Agricultural Growth and Development in Rural Areas

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