ATTITUDE AND PERCEPTION OF FEMALE MASS COMMUNICATION STUDENTS TOWARDS JOURNALISM AS A CAREER

On the yearly basis universities, polytechnics, media colleges and institutes are graduating students hopefully to work in form of the media but the reverse appears to the case among the students particularly female ones who prefer other careers. This opinion require the empirical studies to establish its real position; it is on this notion that this paper examines the attitude and perception of female mass communication students of Kwara State University, Malete towards chosen journalism or its related arms like public relations as a career. The research was anchored on individual difference and perception theory. Survey research method was adopted …READ MORE …

ATTITUDE OF SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS TOWARDS JOURNALISM AS A CAREER

The aims and objectives of this study is to authenticate the senior secondary school students in choosing journalism as a career and how they can prepare their attitudes to journalism as a career. This study also contains the historical background, the significance, scope and limitation of attitudes of secondary schools students to journalism as a career. This research work has been able to look into the attitude of senior secondary school students to journalism as a career. It gives background to the study, scope of study, limitation of study, purpose of study, significant and statement of problem, research questions which …READ MORE …