THE ROLE OF BROADCAST MEDIA IN MOBILIZING WOMEN FOR POLITICAL PARTICIPATION

TABLE OF CONTENT
Title page
Certification
Dedication
Acknowledgement
Table of content

CHAPTER ONE
1.0     Introduction
1.1     Background of the study
1.2     Statement of research problem
1.3     Objectives of the study
1.4     Significance of the study
1.5     Research questions
1.6     Research hypothesis
1.7     Definition of terms
1.8     Assumptions
1.9     Limitation of the study
References

CHAPTER TWO
Review of the Literature
2.1     Sources of literature
2.2     The review of relevant literature
2.3     Theoretical frame work: Agenda setting theory
2.4     Summary of literature
References

CHAPTER THREE
3.0     Research methodology
3.1     Research design
3.2     Area of study
3.3     Population of the study
3.4     Research sample and sampling technique
3.5     Instrument for data collection
3.6     Validity of the instrument
3.7     Method of data collection
3.8     Method of data analysis
References

CHAPTER FOUR
4.1     Data analysis
4.2     Test of hypotheses
4.3     Discussion of finding
References

CHAPTER FIVE
5.0     Summary, conclusion and recommendation
5.1     Summary
5.2     Conclusion
5.3     Recommendation
References
Bibliography
Questionnaire


ABSTRACT
The low rate of female participation in politics compared to that of their male counter- parts in Nigeria creates a need to examine the situation in this study, “The role of broadcast media in mobilizing women for political participation in Nigeria”. This study examines the problems, first, defining the importance of women to participate in politics. The survey research method was employed in this study and questionnaires were used for data collection, then the hypotheses were tested using chi-square statistical procedure to reach a definite conclusion. The results reflect that broadcast media have positive impact in mobilizing women to participate in politics. In summary, broadcast media is found wanting in fostering development for gender equality in politics. In recommendations, suggestion of ways to stimulate female participation was made by looking at practical examples of how this was done in the pre-colonial era. Finally, in conclusion, the study emphasizes that no sex or gender is more important than the other because in politics, intellectual ability counts more than physical energy.


CHAPTER ONE
1.0 INTRODUCTION
1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY
        Women constitute a critical segment of the Nigeria population. They are active in the agriculture and economic sectors of the society and have also contributed immensely to the decolonization and general development of this great country.
        Women struggles date back to the 19th century when women like Amina of Zaria, Madam Tinubu of Lagos, Olufuamilayo Ransom Kute of Abeokuta, Margaret Ekpo and Hajji Gabon Swabia among others fought to give women the pride of place in Nigeria’s history even after the struggle...

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