The Effects of World Information Flow Imbalance on Third World Countries

The Effects of World Information Flow Imbalance on Third World Countries

Information Flow Imbalance – It is worth pointing out that it is the techno-economic advantage of the developed communication, by expansion, international relations and world politics the developed countries really understand the economic of the international communication, which image on making the most of scare media resources to achieve numerous media goals. These countries own the media by direct investment. The technology in theirs and for this reason, the call the shots in international communication. Nwachukwu (1998:110) notes: A nation’s economic condition does not only determines the domestic politic, but also the extent of it’s trade monetary, military and technological capabilities. It a result every state, once it identifies any special area of economic advantage employs it to bargain coerce or influence other stated to achieve its objective. [Read more…]

Media Use Pattern in Rural Communities

Media Use Pattern in Rural Communities

Media are seen as mirror and watchdog in every society. Their qualities and effects are so notable that they cannot be swept under the carpet. Media are indispensable, no individual, group or society can do or carryout their daily activities without the use of media. [Read more…]

Journalism in Nigeria – The Effects of Bribery on Journalism in Nigeria

 Journalism in Nigeria – The Effects of Bribery on Journalism in Nigeria

Abstract

The Effects of Bribery on Journalism in Nigeria: As in the media culture the effectiveness and accountability of journalists in Nigeria depends on understanding and following professional codes of conduct/ethics. The negative effects of corruption on the polity of the media is enormous, and if nothing is done about this problem, there is every indication that the brown envelope could turn to a white envelope, meaning its will acceptance as part of the job. [Read more…]