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Hi, I'm Dr. OGUCHI AJAEGBU

Lecturer I

Dr. Oguchi Ajaegbu is lecturer in the department of Mass Communication, Babcock University, Ilisan-Remo, Ogun State, Nigeria. She holds a B.A and M.Sc. degrees in Mass Communication from Babcock University. Her research interests include development communication, international communication and studies on gender in relation to the media. She has co-authored a book, published chapters in books and scholarly publications in revered journals both local and international.

PUBLICATIONS

PUBLICATION TITLE
Smartphone Technological Advancement Trends: A Scheme for Knowledge Acquisition Towards Societal Development
Press Coverage of Child Labour Issues in Nigeria (2010-2014)
Newspapers Coverage of Child Domestic Labour in Nigeria:
Radio Listening Habits among University Students and Their Attitude towards Programmes (A Study of Redeemers University Students)
Journalists Perception of Their Staff Welfare Package and Effective Journalism in Nigeria (A Study of the Guardian and Nigerian Television Authority)
Children’s Recall of Musical Elements in Indomie Television Commercials
Nigeria: many programmes, many media, many poor
AN ADAPTABLE BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE MODEL FOR SECURITY ORGANIZATION
An Empirical Study on the Causes and Effects of Communication Breakdown in Marriages
Perception of the Sexual Content of Nigerian Home Videos by Undergraduates of a Christian and a Muslim University in Nigeria
AUDIENCE PERCEPTION OF ADOLESCENTS’ EXPOSURE TO SEXUAL CONTENTS IN NIGERIAN HOME VIDEOS
Perception of Youths on the Use of Indigenous Languages in Nigerian Home Videos
Overbusy Schedule in Family Wholeness: A Study of Selected Families
A REFORMED INFORMATION SECURITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (R-ISMS)
Ethical Guidelines For Good Practice In Teaching And Research
Building Strong Partnership with the Media: A Study of How Print Media in Nigeria Cover Environmental Issues
PROSPECTS OF INTERNET TECHNOLOGY IN NEWS PRODUCTION: A STUDY OF VOICE OF NIGERIA AND NIGERIA TELEVISION AUTHORITY
Newspaper Coverage of Health Issues in Nigeria (A Study of The Guardian and The Punch Newspapers January 2010 to December 2011)
Assessment of Nigerian International Broadcasting by Nigerians in Diaspora
ETHICAL ROLES IN COMPUTER NETWORKS
Nigerian Press Rural Health Coverage: A Content Analysis Of The Punch And The Guardian Newspapers (October To December, 2012)
Analysis of Media Policies in Nigeria and Ghana.
Audience Perception of Sexual Contents in Nigerian Movies
AUDIENCE PERCEPTION OF ADVERTISEMENT INTERRUPTIONS DURING TELEVISION PROGRAMMES
Theory and Practice of International Communication
TERRORISM IN NIGERIA: AN ANALYSIS OF NORTH/SOUTH MEDIA COVERAGE OF BOKO HARAM (NOVEMBER 2011 TO MARCH 2012)
A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF NEWSPAPER COVERAGE OF BREAST CANCER IN 2010 AND 2011: A STUDY OF THE PUNCH AND THE GUARDIAN NEWSPAPERS.
MAGAZINE CELEBRITY FEATURES, YOUTH MODELLING AND CAREER ASPIRATIONS
THE EFFECT OF MARKETING STRATEGY ON ORGANIZATIONAL PERFORMANCE