THE EFFECTIVENESS OF RADIO PROGRAMMES’ AS TOOLS OF HOME MANAGEMENT (A STUDY OF OPOMULERO: A RADIO PROGRAMME ON OGBC)


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ABSTRACT
This study was to examine the “Radio Programme: a tool for effective home management” was embarked upon to reveal the level at the rural women listened to radio in Ogun State,
Survey technique was adopted to answer the research questions.
Questionnaires and structural interview schedules were used as an instrument to elicit relevant information. Since questionnaire goes with survey method of gathering data, questionnaire served as major apparatus to gather respondent’s views on the topic. 
The project has been properly designed within five chapters.
The first chapter covers the background and the significance of the study, purpose of the study, the research question and definition of terms.
The chapter two embodies the literature review in which all information from different textbooks were gathered. This information is basically on the topic of the project.
Moreover, chapter three cover research methodologies, that is method of data collection and data analysis in the form of conclusion.
In chapter four, the data collected were analyzed and interpreted. In other, the data are presented and analyzed accordingly.
Finally, chapter five as basically meant for appropriate recommendation and conclusion reached from the information collected so far from proceeding chapters.


TABLE OF CONTENT
·        Title Page
·        Certification        
·        Dedication
·        Acknowledgment
·        Abstract

CHAPTER ONE
1.1     Introduction        
1.2     Statement of the problem
1.3     Research question
1.4     Significance of the study
1.5     Purpose of the study
1.6     Scope of the study        

CHAPTER TWO
2.0     Literature review
2.1     Introduction
2.2     Theoretical studies        
2.3     Selective retention and recall
2.4     Selectivity process

CHAPTER THREE
3.1     Population of the study
3.2     Sample
3.3     Data sources       
3.4     Research instrument
3.5     Sampling procedure
3.6     Validity and reliability
3.7     Methods of data analysis

CHAPTER FOUR
4.0     Data analysis and interpretation

CHAPTER FIVE
5.0     Summary, Conclusion and Interpretation
5.1     Summary
5.2     Conclusion
5.3     Recommendation
5.4     Suggestion for further study
          References
          Questionnaire

CHAPTER ONE
1.1     INTRODUCTION
Radio broadcasting industry sends our messages, about twenty four hours a day according to detailed schedule using such complicated technology as communication societies. Every day it reaches millions of people. Whatever their background, level of education or interest. It reaches all people without discrimination except that it is imposed by the people willingly.

HISTORY OF RADIO BROADCASTING IN NIGERIA
Radio broadcasting came into Nigeria in 1932 as a result of the urge and determination of British colonial authority to like the colonies with the mother country. To serve as an instrument of propaganda for the British and also to provide information about them and the wider world.
The British set-up a committee which commence the establishment of broadcasting in Nigeria and the other British colonies. The committee envisaged that the programmes to be broadcasted in the colonies would consists mixtures of selected material and local programmes (that is programmes emanating from the government colony) piped into home through wireless.
          Radio service was launched in December 1932 and remained the first regular scheduled short wave programme. Radio broadcasting, however came to Nigeria in stages the first station was commissioned in Lagos in December 1932 and became better known as Radio Distribution Service (RDS). Programmes from the BBC relayed daily from 11:30am to 1:00pm and from 5:00pm to 11:15pm local time. Later the relayed service began at 5:00am each morning and close 12:00pm midnight with a two hours break at mid morning.
          The success of the broadcasting in Lagos made the government to plan for the extension of distribution service to other towns. This led to the establishment of broadcasting station in Ibadan in 1939 before the second world war. Before the end of the war another station was opened in Kano in 1944 between 1945 and 1956, more stations had been established, each in Enugu, Kaduna, Abeokuta, Ijebu-Ode, Jos, Zaria, Calabar, Portharcourt, Kastina, Warri, Onisha, Sokoto, Maiduguri and Ilorin...

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