APPRAISING THE USE OF DRUMS AS A MEDIUM OF COMMUNICATION IN IMESI-ILE COMMUNITY

The research is set out to appraise the use of drums as means of communication in Imesi-Ile community because traditional means of communication otherwise known as trado-media communication has been part and parcel of African society and Yoruba people during occasions such as coronation, funeral ceremony, traditional festival, naming ceremony among other community-based events. The study was anchored on Medium Theory and Theory of SMCR in Drumming. The study used survey research method and questionnaires to elicit responses from the 250 respondents within Imesi-Ile community who were purposively through non-probability technique out of which 226 copies were correctly filled and …READ MORE …

CARTOON CHARACTER ENGAGEMENT BEHAVIOUR OF PRIMARY SCHOOL CHILDREN

Childhood as a stage in the human life cycle encompasses a period of phenomenal biological, physiological, psychological, and social growth. It is a stage between infancy and the beginning of adolescence, about age twelve, the human acquires major life skills the ability to walk, talk, read, care for oneself, and come to know the world around him or her. During this time, the child first encounters the major agents of socialization: the family, peers, schools, and media etc which shapes the moral, values, interest and direct a child takes.             The children in this era are very different with the …READ MORE …

INFLUENCE OF ENGLISH NOLLYWOOD MOVIES ON THE DRESSING PATTERN OF STUDENTS

The research is set out to examine the influence of English Nollywood movies on the dressing pattern of students of Lagos State Polytechnic, Ikorodu. The primary motive of carrying out this research is to know the extent to which Nollywood movies have affected the dressing pattern of students in our society. Without mincing words, Nollywood has fallen in promoting Nigeria values and dignity by throwing decency away in showcasing indecent scenes.   The survey research method was adopted coupled with questionnaires were administered to the selected respondents of 200 while 180 copies of questionnaires were returned and analyzed. Respondents were picked …READ MORE …