ROLE OF MASS MEDIA IN CRUSADE AGAINST TERRORISM (A case of Nigerian Tribune, Ibadan and NTA, Channel 5 Ikeja )


This study seeks to analyze the role of mass media in crusade against terrorism especially in Nigeria with the insurgence of Boko Haram, an Islamic terrorist group that has since been a threat to national security. The study became essential because of the atmosphere in which the Nigerian media found itself as a watchdog caught in the midst of political and religious divide. The study used survey method, while 100 copies of questionnaires were distributed of which 95 were retrieved. The study was divided into five chapters. Chapter one, begins with introduction and background of the study. In chapter two related literature on the topic were reviewed. The research adopted the “survey” method, which guided it to its logical selection of respondents who drawn using simple random sampling among the staff of NTA channel 5 Ikeja. The collected data were analysed and interpretations in table using frequency and percentage method. The research recommends that journalists should as a matter of national security not write or broadcast unguided utterances of security agents with regards to logistical plans to root out criminals and terrorists from our civilized society.

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