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Hi I'm Dr. KOLADE AJILORE

Associate Professor

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PUBLICATIONS

PUBLICATION TITLE
Effect of Social Media Spiritual and Emotional Abuse Messages on Comprehension and Behavioural Practices of Married Couples in Lagos State, Nigeria
RECEPTIVITY OF NIGERIAN PRINT MEDIA FRAMING OF BOKO HARAM TERRORIST ATTACKS BY RESIDENTS OF ABUJA, NIGERIA
Peace and War Journalism: A Synoptic Review of Extant Literature
Communication Strategies for Conflict Management in Select Tertiary Institutions in Edo and Delta States, Nigeria
College students’ knowledge, attitudes and adherence to public service announcements on Ebola in Nigeria: Suggestions for improving future Ebola prevention education programmes
Evaluation Of Community Relations’ Programmes Of Private Universities In Nigeria: A Study Of Babcock University
Smartphone Brand Personality as a Predictor of Brand Value among Babcock University Undergraduates
AUDIENCE PERCEPTION OF ADVERTISEMENT INTERRUPTIONS DURING TELEVISION PROGRAMMES
APPLICABILITY OF EXTANT PERSUASION THEORIES TO THE MARKETING OF GOVERNMENT POLICIES IN NIGERIA.
The Effect Of Domestic Violence Films On The Youth: An Excursion Of Media Violence Theories and Persuasion Theories.
Babcock University Postgraduate Students’ Perception of Celebrity Endorsement in Advertising.
Rethinking the sickle cell awareness campaign in West Africa: Evidence from Nigeria
ROLE OF COGNITION AND DEMOGRAPHY IN THE RESPONSE OF CHILDREN TO ADVERTISEMENTS: A STUDY OF PUPILS OF
MANAGING ADVERTISING BUSINESS DURING ECONOMIC RECESSION: A SURVEY OF SELECTED ADVERTISING AGENCIES I
RECONSTRUCTING PUBLIC ATTITUDE TO A CORPORATE BRAND USING ADVERTISING: THE NIGERIA QUESTION
INFLUENCE OF OWNERSHIP ON MEDIA OBJECTIVITY IN NIGERIA
INFLUENCE OF OWNERSHIP STRUCTURE ON NEWS REPORTAGE BY INTERNATIONAL MEDIA: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF
APPLICABILITY OF EXTANT PERSUASION THEORIES TO THE MARKETING OF GOVERNMENT POLICIES IN NIGERIA—THE
ADVERTISING EFFECT—IN SEARCH OF AN ADEQUATE THEORETICAL EXPLANATION
THE INCIDENCE OF VIOLENCE AND OCCULT RITUALISM IN 2007 YORUBA HOME MOVIE RELEASES
THE PORTRAYAL OF WOMEN IN CONTEPORARY NIGERIAN TELEVISION ADVERTISING
ADVERTISING: NOT GUILTY AS CHARGED
DETERMINANTS OF MEDIA SELECTION AMONG ADVERTISING PRACTITIONERS IN NIGERIA
THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF MEDIA DEREGULATION AND EMERGING OWNERSHIP PATTERNS IN NIGERIA
AN EVALUATION OF CLASSROOM ENVIRONMENT IN BABOCK UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF EDUCATION AND HUMANITIES (SEH)