Microbiology Project Topics in Nigeria

Microbiology Project Topics in Nigeria

 

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The study of sexual harassment among female students in college of education

THE STUDY OF SEXUAL HARASSMENT AMONG FEMALE STUDENTS IN COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, EKIADOLOR-BENIN

 

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ABSTRACT

This research work was designed to examine and analyze sexual harassment among female students in the College of Education, Ekiadolor-Benin. Four (4) research questions were formulated and questionnaires were administered to one hundred (100) respondents in order to gather data for the research. Results of the research showed that most female students of the College of Education usually experience sexual harassment from the lecturers. Finally some recommendations were made by the researcher.

 

TABLE OF CONTENT

CHAPTER ONE

Introduction

Background of the study

Objective of the study

Significance of the study

Limitation of the study

Scope of the study

Research questions

Definition of terms

CHAPTER TWO        

Review of related literature

CHAPTER THREE    

Research design and methodology

Research design

Population of the study

Instrument for data collection

Validation of data collection

Method of data collection

Method of data analysis

CHAPTER FOUR       

Presentation and discussion of result

CHAPTER FIVE         

Summary of findings, conclusion and recommendation

Conclusion

Recommendation

QUESTIONNAIRE     

REFERENCES  

 

 

 

CHAPTER ONE

INTRODUCTION

BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY

Sexual harassment is a serious problem for all student at all educational levels. Students in elementary and secondary schools as well as vocational schools, apprenticeship programmes, colleges and universities can be victims of sexual harassment. This problem is more common than you might think because many students are scared or too embarrassed to report sexual harassment.

Harassment can include unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favours and other verbal or physical harassment of a sexual nature. Sexual harassment also include intimidation, bullying or coercion of a sexual nature or the unwelcome or inappropriate promises of rewards in exchange for sexual favours. In most modern legal contexts, sexual harassment is illegal. Harassment does not have to be of a sexual nature, however, and can include offensive remarks about a person’s sex. For example, it is illegal to harass a woman by making offensive comments about women in general. Both victims and the harasser can either be a woman or a man, and the victim and the harasser can also be of the same se. although the law doesn’t prohibit simple teasing, offhand comments, or isolated incidents that are not very serious, harassment is illegal when it is so frequent or severe that it creates a hostile or offensive work environment or when it results in an adverse employment decision (such as the victims being fired or demoted).

The harasser can be the victim’s supervisor, a supervisor in another area, a coworker or someone who is not an employee of the employer such as client or customer. It includes a range of bahaviour from seemingly mind (dubious discuss) transgressions and annoyances to actual sexual abuse or sexual assault. Sexual harassment is a form of illegal employment discrimination in many countries and is a form of abuse (sexual and psychological) and bullying for many businesses and other organization, preventing sexual harassment and defending employees from sexual harassment charges, have become key goals of legal decision-making.

Effects of sexual harassment can vary depending on the individual, and severity and duration of the harassment, often, sexual harassment incidents fall into the category of the “merely annoying”. However, many situations can and do have life altering effects particularly when they involve severe/chronic abuses and or retaliation against a victim who complains about it openly. Indeed psychologists and social workers report that severe/chronic sexual harassment can have the same psychological effects as rape or sexual assault. (Koss, 1987). For example in 1995, Judith Coflin committed suicide after chronic sexual harassment by her boss and co-workers.

Moreover, every year, sexual harassment cost hundreds of millions of dollars is lost educationally and professionally, mostly for girls and women (Boland, 2002). However, the quantity of men implied in these conflicts is significant. Sexual harassment has reduced many students ability to participate in extracurricular activities or attend classes.

 

STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEMS      

Sexual harassment still exists in College of Education, Ekiadolor-Benin. It is also highlighted by the fact that in 2010, a computer science lecturer of the College was demoted from a higher office after he was accused of sexually harassing female students of the Department.

 

PURPOSE OF THE STUDY

Against this background a study on which this research is based, was embarked upon in order to fully examine sexual harassment prevalence among female students in College of Education, Ekiadolor-Benin. Specifically, the study had the following objectives;

1.     To analyze the extent to which staff and students of College of Education, Ekiadolor-Benin defines and understands sexual harassment.

2.     To identify and examine the most valuable group in relation to cases of sexual harassment.

3.     To critically analyze the divergence of views in relation to sexual harassment cases.

4.     To identify and assess the institutional measures taken to avoid or curb sexual harassment.

5.     To identify and examine the effects sexual harassment on female students of the College of Education, Ekiadolor-Benin.

 

RESEARCH QUESTIONS  

This study is out to answer some of the following questions;

1.     What is the nature and forms of sexual harassment in the College?

2.     What are student’s views on the rate of sexual harassment in the College?

3.     Are students satisfied with the measures taken by the College management to curb sexual harassment?

4.     Are female students more sexually harassed than male students in the College?

 

SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY  

The importance of this study is that it helps to call for urgent research into the prevalence, and effect of sexual harassment on the classroom interaction and performance of female students in tertiary institutions of learning.

It is also hoped that this study will assist the College management in making decision management in making decision and mapping out strategic policies towards cracking the ugly trend of sexual harassment among female students in the College.

 

DELIMITATION OF THE STUDY

This study is done within the premises of College of Education, Ekiadolor-Benin. This study is also limited to the investigation of sexual harassment among female students of the College. The findings of this study is limited to the College of Education, Ekiadolor-Benin.

 

DEFINITION OF TERMS

Sexual: Connected with the physical activity of sex.

Harass: To annoy or worry someone by putting pressure on them or saying or doing unpleasant things to them.

Prevalence: The act of existing or becoming very common at a particular time r in a particular place.

Coercion: The action of making somebody do something that they do no want to do.

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Edo State Inst. of Tech and Mgt, Usen, .

 

Niger State Poly, Zungeru, Niger State, .

 

 

List of Private Polytechnics in Nigeria

 

Allover Central Polytechnic, .

 

Crown Polytechnics, .

Covenant Polytechnic, .

 

Dorben Polytechnic, Bwari-Garam Road, .

 

Fidei Polytechnic, Gboko, .

 

Grace Polytechnic, .

 

Grace Polytechnic, .

 

 

Igbajo Polytechnic, .

 

The Polytechnic, Ile-Ife, NITEL Road, .

 

Lagos City Poly, Ikeja, Lagos State, .

 

Light House Polytechnic, Eubuobanosa, .

 

Interlink Polytechnic, .

 

Kings Polytechnic, Ubiaja, .

 

RONIK Polytechnic, .

 

Shaka Polytechnic, Polytechnic, Benin city, .

 

Temple-Gate Polytechnic, .

 

Wolex Polytechnic, .

 

Prime Polytechnic, .

 

The Polytechnic Imesi-Ile, Osun, .

 

Heritage Polytechnic, Ikot Udota, .

 

Ibadan City Polytechnic, .

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Abubakar Tafawa Belewa University, .

 

Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, .

 

Bayero University, Kano, .

 

Federal University, Gashua, .

 

Federal University of Tech, Akure, .

 

Federal University of Petroleum Resources, Effurun, .

 

Federal University of Technology, Minna, .

 

Federal University of technology, Owerri, .

 

Federal University Dutse, .

 

Federal University Dutsin-Ma, .

 

Federal University, Ndufu-Alike, .

 

Federal University, Otuoke, .

 

Federal University, Wukari, .

 

Federal University, Birnin Kebbi, .

 

Federal University, Gusau

 

Michael Okpara Univeristy of Agric, Umudike, .

 

Modibbo Adama University of Tech, Yola, .

 

National Open University of Nigeria, .

 

Nigeria Police Academy Wudil, .

 

Nigeria defense Academy, Kaduna, .

 

Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka, .

 

Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, .

 

University of Abuja, Gwagwalada, .

 

University of Agriculture Abeokuta, .

 

University of Agriculture Markurdi, .

 

University of Benin, .

 

University of Calabar, .

 

University of Lagos, .

 

University of Maiduguri, .

 

University of Nigeria Nsukka, .

 

University of Port-Harcourt, .

 

University of Uyo, .

 

Usmanu Danfodiyo University, .

 

 

 

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Abia State University, Uturu, .

 

Adamawa State University, Mubi, .

 

Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba, .

 

Amrose Alli University, Ikot Akpaden, .

 

Anambra State University of Sc. & Tech, Uli, .

 

Anambra State University of Sc. & Tech, Uli, .

 

Bauchi State Unibversity, Gadau, .

 

Benue State University Markurdi, .

 

Bukar Abba Ibrahim University, Damaturu, .

 

Cross River State University of Sc. & Tech, Calabar, .

 

Delta State University Abraka, .

 

Ebonyi State University, Abakaliki, .

 

Ekiti State University, .

 

Enugu State University of Sc. & Tech. Enugu, .

 

Gombe State University, Gombe

 

Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida University, .

 

Ignatius Ajuru University of Education, .

 

Imo state University,Owerri, .

 

Jigawa State University, .

 

Kaduna State University, Kaduna .

 

Kano University of Sc. & Tech, Wudil

 

Kebbi State University, Kebbi, .

 

Kogi State University, Anyigba, .

 

Kwara State University, Ilorin, .

 

Ladoke Akintola university of Tech, .

 

Lagos State University Ojo, .

 

Nasarawa State University, Keffi, .

 

Niger Delta University, Yenagoe, .

 

Olabisi Onabanjo University Ago-Iwoye, .

 

Ondo State University of Sc. & Tech, Okitipupa, .

 

Osun State University, Oshogbo, .

 

Plateau State University, Bokkos, .

 

Rivers State University of Sc. & Tech, .

 

Tai Solarin University of Education, Ijebu-ode, .

 

Taraba State University, Jalingo, .

 

Umaru Musa Yar’Adua University, .

 

Private Universities

Achievers University, Owo, .

 

Adeleke University, Ede, .

 

Afe Babalola University, Ado- Ekiti, .

 

African University of Sc. & Tech, Abuja, .

 

Al-hikmah University, Ilorin, .

 

Ajayi Crowther University, Ibadan, .

 

Al-Qalam University, Katsina, .

 

American University of Nigeria, Yola, .

 

Babcock University, Ilishan, .

 

Baze University, .

 

Bells University of Technology, Otta, .

 

Benson Idahosa University, Benin, .

 

Bingham University, New Karu, .

 

Bowen University, Iwo, .

 

Caleb University, Lagos, .

 

Caritas University, Enugu, .

 

CETEP City University, Lagos, .

 

Covenant University, Ota, .

 

Crawford University, Igbesa, .

 

Crescent University, .

 

Elizade University, Ilara-mokin, .

 

Fountain University, Oshogbo, .

 

Gregory University, Uturu, .

 

Hallmark University, .

 

Igbinedion University, Okada

 

Joseph Ayo Babalola University,Ikeji, .

 

Kwararafa University, Wukari, .

 

Lead City University, Ibadan, .

 

Madonna University, Okija

 

Mcpherson University, Seriki

 

Nigerian-Turkish Nile University, Abuja, .

 

Novena University, Ogume, .

 

Obong University, Obong Ntak, .

 

Oduduwa University, Ipetumodu, .

 

Pan-African University, Lagos, .

Paul University, Awka, .

Redeemer’s University, Mowe, .

Renaissance University, Enugu, .

Salem University, Lokoja, .

Tansian University, Umunya, .

University of Mkar

Veritas University, .

Wellspring University, Edo, .

Wesley University of Sc. & Tech, Ondo, .

Western Delta University, Oghara

 

 

 

 

 

 

MEDIA OWNERSHIP AND ITS INFLUENCE ON EDITORIAL POLICY

MEDIA OWNERSHIP AND ITS INFLUENCE ON EDITORIAL POLICY

(A CASE STUDY OF ANNOUNCER NEWSPAPER OWERRI)

 

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ABSTRACT

In Nigeria, we have three kinds or types of media ownership. These include, private ownership, government ownership and mixed ownership.

The essence of embarking on this research work- Media ownership and its influence on editorial policy is to x-ray the extent the publishers, or owner(s) of various media houses has gone in using their ownership factor to determine the pace such a media (or media as the case may be ) follows.

However, the work is extensively treated from chapters 1-5. Chapter one has the introduction of the work while chapter two reviews related literatures on the study. Chapter three centers on the research methodology whereas chapter four has to do with data analyses and results. In chapter five, summary of the entire work was given as well as recommendation for further studies.

 

CHAPTER ONE

INTRODUCTION

  • BACKGROUND OF STUDY

In Nigeria, there are three main types of media ownership namely, Government ownership, Private ownership and mixed ownership. In the case of government ownership, the media house is established, controlled and financed by the government, which the private ownership is when an individual or a group of persons establish, finance and control the media house. That of mixed ownership is when both government and private individuals are into some sort of partnership regarding establishing, financing and controlling the media house.

The researcher agrees with the ideas of Nnanyelugo Okon and Ben Agbo authors of “writing for the media society”. They wrote that “it is obviously true that mass media owners exert a threatening control medium is managed by a board of directors appointed by private owners or by a public cooperation established by the government…

This work will go further to elaborate on media ownership influences on editorial policies in the chapters ahead.

We should understand that, media ownership influence is exercised through financial control, appointment of principal staff, and government legislative decrees. In this circumstance, the media in question are either print or electronics and taking cognizance of the fact that the nature of ownership of any medium lies as the determining factor on how the medium shall operate. It is therefore worthy to note that this ownership pattern will no doubt influence the editorial policies of such a medium.

In agreement with the dictum that he who pays the piper, dictates the fone. The media house whether owned by government, individuals or both would no doubt be made to propagate and promote the ideas, personalities and projects of the owners and it can also be achieved through the house styles and editorial policies of the media house.

Editorial policies can be said to be those plans of actions meant to control the editorial matters of the media house, adopted by the board Directors and endorsed by the publisher(s) or owner(s). According to Ben Agbo and Nnanyelugo Okon in their same text, Editorial policy is the path a newspaper elects to follow as it answers the two basic questions:

  • What shall we publish?
  • How shall we publish?

Worth reference to my case study, “Announcer Newspaper” which qualifies as a print medium following the characteristics of newspaper laid down by Nkem Fab Ukozor and Ben Agbo, authors of Mass communication purpose, principles, and practice. They wrote quoting a German Schokr, Otta Grota for determining a true newspaper are as follows:

  • The newspaper must be published regularly at least once a week
  • That the newspaper must be mechanically produced, be available to any price.
  • Vary in content such that the content will interest the larger audience, be published at specified times.

The publisher of “Announcer newspaper”, Dr. Ezeani has appointed a board of Directors whose duty is to formulate editorial policies as they (eie those policies) suit him. He established the newspaper sometime in 2001.

As a politician, (ie the publisher) such editorial policies have been formulated to favour his political structure and ideas so as to project him to higher political positions. The publisher of the announcer newspaper has employed the services of an editor, who maintains the house style of the newspaper and operates within the editorial policy limits as formulated by the board.

Still on the “Announcer Newspaper”, the editor is answerable to the Editor-in-chief who is there to see that the newspaper operates according to the laid down (editorial) policy. The editor is expected to resign and leave if he is no longer disposed to such editorial policies of this paper and not to bend it. Every Monday morning, there is usually an editorial board meeting at announcer newspaper conference hall. The meeting is an avenue uses to make appraisals on the current edition and to resolve on the news to use for both front and back pages, (lead stories) etc for the next edition.

The Editor will only make his professional input but must dance to the tone of the publisher though the Editor-in-chief in terms of editorial matters.

 

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND THE CHANGING ROLE OF MASS MEDIA IN NIGERIA.

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND THE CHANGING ROLE OF MASS MEDIA IN NIGERIA.

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ABSTRACT

In this study, the researcher examined the impact of information technology (IT) on media development in Nigeria. Towards this end, the researcher randomly selected 78 staff of radio Nigeria and the guardian newspaper to form the study sample. The 78 members of the study sample were given 78 copies of structured questionnaires to complete. Their responses were analyzed using percentages.

The analyses of the responses revealed the following findings.

  1. The use of IT resources had positively transformed to media/communication industry in Nigeria. Its areas of application in the industry include: News/Information gathering and dissemination, preparation of news items for publication and broadcasting and the express distribution of news items.
  2. The constraints/problems militating against the effective use of IT resources in Nigeria media industry include the following, unreliable power supply, incompetent human resources, unreliable telecommunication network and lack of adequate capital.
  • These problems could be overcome through the provision of reliable power supply and telecommunication network, human resources development in the area of IT and the provision of adequate capital.

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

PAGE

Title page

Approval page

Dedication

Acknowledgement

Abstract

Table of Contents

 

CHAPTER ONE

INTRODUCTION

  • Background of the Study
  • Statement of the Problem
  • Objectives of the Study
  • Research Questions
  • Significance of the study
  • Scope and Delimitation of the Study
  • Theoretical Framework

CHAPTER TWO

LITERATURE REVIEW

  • Information Technology (IT)- Types and Functions
    • The Telephone
    • Facsimile (Fax) Machine
    • The Word Processor
    • The Electronic Computer
  • Application of Information Technology (IT) in Nigeria
  • Infrastructures needs for Successful IT Operation
  • Negative Impacts of Information Technology
  • The Developing Economics and Information

Technology (IT)

CHAPTER THREE

RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

  • Research Method
  • Sources of Data
  • Study of Population
  • Sample and Sampling Techniques
  • Instrument for Data Collection
  • Validity of the Instrument
  • Method of Data
  • Method of Data Analysis

CHAPTER FOUR

DATA ANALYSIS AND RESULTS

  • Data Analysis
    • Analysis of Questionnaire Data

CHAPTER FIVE

SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS

  • Summary of Findings
  • Conclusions
  • Recommendations

REFERENCES

APPENIX (THE QUESTIONNAIRE)

 


CHAPTER ONE

INTRODUCTION

  • BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY

Mbadugha (2000:48) defined information technology (IT) as the application of technology to information management. He stated that in recent years there has been many examples of media house in Nigeria who apply IT resources in their operations.

In advanced economics (such as in USA, Britain, Japan and Canada) information technology has become more visible and more widely applied: thus revolutionizing the process of producing and reproducing data, information and knowledge, as well as distributing them.

Microprocessor- Fitted devices (products about everywhere in these countries and come in diverse configuration-wrist- watches, pocket calculators, electronic cash registers, computers and so on.

Thus operational activities within organization and their subsidiaries, as well as between them and their various public client; reporters, suppliers, shareholder, private and government agencies- are fast becoming and increasingly exciting experience (Okeke, 1999). Information technology (IT) is increasingly helping wake information an extremely mobile resource. Hence, for those media houses that have the facilities (that is IT resources) the world is fast shrinking into a “distance – less” wond.

 

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND THE CHANGING ROLE OF THE MEDIA IN NIGERIA

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND THE CHANGING ROLE OF THE MEDIA IN NIGERIA

(A CASE STUDY OF THE IMPACT OF INFORMATION AND MEDIA DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA)

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ABSTRACT

This research work, aims to view the impact of information technology and the role it plays on the mass media in Nigeria. Information technology as we know has become a necessary tool for information dissemination globally. Supporting the theory of Mcluhan, who believed that the world can become a global village.

The growth of infuriation technology in this country passed through a gradual process, especially as it focuses on technology. Due to the slow development of our country, it will be right to say that fraction technology has not reached it’s peak

However, this study concentrates on information technology, as it relates to the media and its efficiency in disseminating information as and when due. It highlights the functions of digital technology, its swift transmission spectrum width. The issue of how information technology, unites the disintegrating world and reduces the deference between people to its barest minimum is also treated.

In all, information technology has improved our communication system, as well as made way for examines the impact the digital technology has made on the media, as well as equipping them for the challenges ahead.

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Title page

Approval page

Dedication

Acknowledgement

Abstract

Table of contents

CHAPTER ONE

INTRODUCTION

  • Background   of study
  • Statement of problem
  • Objectives of study
  • Significant of the study
  • Research question
  • Research hypothesis
  • Conceptual and operational definition
  • Assumptions
  • Limitation of the study

CHAPTER TWO

  • Review of literature

2.1     Sources of literature

2.2     Literature review

CHAPTER THREE

  • Research method
  • Research design
  • Measuring instrument
  • Data collection
  • Research sample
  • Data analysis
  • Expected result

CHAPTER FOUR

  • Data analysis
  • Results
  • Results of the hypothesis tested]
  • Discussions

CHAPTER FIVE

  • Summary
  • Recommendation

Bibliography

Questionnaire

 

CHAPTER ONE

INTRODUCTION

The information and communication age came along with many possibilities. Indeed, the advances in information and communication technologies have brought many hopes to the modern man. In the civilized west for instance, great transformations in the lives of the people, are in part functions of advances in information and communication technologies. According to Onwubalili (2004:125) “the magical changes are quite glaring in every facet of our lives and touches simplest of domestic services, to corporate and limitless industrial applications”.

One of the areas where information technology has had quite an impact is in the media. The media being a watchdog of the society are of the interface. They link people together with those in authority, in both the public and private sectors. They serve as the ears and eyes of the public and those in power, and transmit information in the form of news analysis and indeed entertainment.

When Marshall McLuhan talked about the global village many years ago, people at that time thought he was a joker. Today, the new communicate technologies have proved that he was a man of vision. The new communication technologies have made people to become increasingly involved in one another life. As Baran (1999:51) observes, Mcluhan did believe that the media, would permit the human tribe to become one family. Technology is not itself a medium, but a social force bringing changes to the media world. Therefore communication technology is any artifacts manipulated by man to aid him communicate interpersonally or massively.

The impact of the information technology on the media industry has been improved. Information can reach people around the nation or world within a second, for instance digital technology has placed us at a point of a very significant way of development in the history of human communication, often called “the information society, and has transformed the way many men and women work in the media industry.(ilo 2000:22).information can be sent around the world in seconds with the new technologies, and news can reach people when it happens.

This research project therefore intends to investigate these issues in the light of the impact of information technology and media development in Nigeria.

 

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