INFLUENCE OF CAMPUS JOURNALISM IN NIGERIAN POLYTECHNICS: CAUSES, EFFECTS AND RECOMMENDATION (A STUDY OF THE IBARAPA POLYTECHNIC, ERUWA)

TABLE OF CONTENTS
·        Title
·        Approval Page
·        Dedication
·        Acknowledgement
·        Table of Content

CHAPTER ONE
1.0     Introduction
1.1     The research problem
1.2     Research objectives
1.3     Scope of the study
1.4     Limitation of the study
1.5     Definition of basic terms
1.6     Justification
1.7     Research questions
1.8     Significance of research

CHAPTER TWO
2.1     The origin of student journalism
2.2     The transformation of universities from the middle ages to the 19th century
2.3     The origin of student political association and their media
2.4     Types, function and challenges of students journalism
2.5     Similarities and differences with commercial or Corporate journalism

CHAPTER THREE
3.1     Introduction        
3.2     Research design
3.3     Population of study
3.4     Sampling technique/sample size
3.5     Description of research instrument
3.6     Validity/reliability of data gathering instrument
3.7     Method of data collection
3.8     Method of data analysis
CHAPTER FOUR
Analysis Result
4.0     Introduction        
4.1     The distribution and return of the questionnaire
CHAPTER FIVE
5.0     Findings and Recommendations
5.1     Findings of the study
5.2     Recommendations
          References
          Questionnaire


CHAPTER ONE
1.0     INTRODUCTION
          Campus journalism is journalism carried out by student of tertiary institutions on subjects relating to campus, published in publications generally only intended for campus. Usually these publications are available free of charge to the public and run by students and a faculty adviser.
          The campus press play an essential role in representing the voice of the students, protecting the rights of the students and informing the students of happening in and around the academic environments.
The ability to smell, dig out and stand for the truth through investigative journalism is a talent that must be developed and well refined, and Campus journalism provides the perfect environment for such professional training experience.
This research looks at the influence of Campus Journalism in Nigeria Polytechnics, the challenges of the Students Journalist, among other things.

1.1     THE RESEARCH PROBLEM
          Increasing number of students journalist have no real knowledge of what the real journalism is all about, hence they struggle a great deal to fit into the real world after they are out of school. Campus Journalism that should be a real adventure for students’ journalist to get first-hand experience into what the real world of journalism entails have been pushed to the background and is hardly been accorded any recognition
          The importance of campus Journalisms not only a check and balance for administration but also in serving as a good training ground for future journalist have been underplayed and ignored....

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