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NEWSPAPER READERSHIP PATTERN AMONG NIGERIAN YOUTHS (A CASE STUDY OF IMT STUDENTS)

ABSTRACT

This study was carried out to determine the newspaper readership pattern among youths.  This arose because it was thought that the youth did not read newspapers and their use of other media was minimal.

Against the background of seemingly lack of readership among the youth.  Questionnaires draw administered to ascertain the extent of reading habit formed by this group.

The student of the Institute of Management and Technology, Enugu were used as a focus.  This  was a good sample as the they represent the youth found all over the country.

They  all experience similar socio-economic dilemma.  They also face similar financial as well as education problems experienced in the nation.  250  respondents were sampled randomly and data analyzed and presented as percentages in frequency distribution tables.  The work traced the reading habit found among the youth.  Researcher questions and hypothesis were used a guide for analysis and conclusion respecting.

The work reviewed other literature on the topic and found out what their results were the conclusions down were based both on other related work of literature and the results gathered from the  questionnaire.  The result showed that there were indeed readership patterns among the youth

The showed that students read newspaper and they also bought majority of respondents bought or read.  Result also showed that students who bought were both more financially and academically favoured than others that had lower reading habit.  It was also  found out that sex was no barrier to who read and what was read.  The female students read more than the male student  but they both read the same content in their favorite newspapers.  Male youths read entertainment news in equal proportion with the female youth.  There was also equal reading proportion in contents that have to do end at the study, recommendations were made about activities that will help the youth develop readership and use pattern for the newspaper and other media.

 

TABLES OF CONTENT

 

Title Page                                                                               i

Approval Page                                                                       ii

Dedication                                                                             iii

Acknowledgement

Abstract

Table of Content                                                                             vii

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION                                            1

1.1 Background of Study                                                     1

1.2 Problem Statement                                                                   9

1.3 Objective of study                                                          10

1.4 Significance of Study                                                     11

1.5 Research questions                                                                   12

1.6 Research Hypothesis                                                      13

1.7 Definition of Terms                                                        14

1.8 Assumptions                                                                             16

1.9 Limitation of study                                                                  17

CHAPTER TWO

2.1 Sources of literature Review                                          18

2.2 Literature Review                                                           18

2.3 Summary of Literature Review                                               28

 

CHAPTER THREE METHODOLOGY                                                30

3.1 Research Method                                                            30

3.2 Research Design                                                              30

3.3 Research sample                                                              32

3.4 Measuring Instrument                                                    34

3.5 Data Collection                                                               35

3.6 Data Analysis                                                                            36

3.7 Expected Results                                                            37

 

CHAPTER FOUR- DATA ANALYSIS AND RESULTS                   37

4.1 Data Analysis                                                                            37

4.2 Results                                                                             61

4.3 Discussion                                                                       67

 

CHAPTER FIVE

SUMMARY AND RECOMMENDATIONS                                        76

5.1 Summary                                                                         76

5.2 Recommendation                                                            77

5.3 Bibliography                                                                             78

5.4 Questionnaire                                                                 80

 

CHAPTER ONE

INTRODUCTION

 

1.1           BACKGROUND OF STUDY

 

The population explosion of youth in Nigeria generally has

been a cause of interest to economists as they study consumerism.

This branch of economics helps in understanding consumer patters.

Communication, as old as man, being what it is, is very vital to the growth and development of the psych0-social make-up of man.  This in turn equips man in fitting into healthy patterns, modeled for definite objectives in national polity.

The background against which thus study  is being get up include; issues like literacy level, interest in role of newspapers (Newspaper Consciousness) for the development of man, factors that  influence choice/preference of man,  factors that influence choice/preference of news contents, sex dependent variables among the study of age brackets etc.  it is in view of this that a remote understanding of the history and principles of communication is vital to this study.

Since the existence of man varying forms of communication have been invented or rediscovered.  These include interpersonal, group public and mass communication, each characterized by peculiar and channels of information dissemination.  The channel have further been modified and divided inter radio, books etc.

The Newspaper being one modified channel of information dissemination present the element of research for this study.  Newspaper with its vital role to the development of man has undergone changes in both content and form as to satisfy man’s consciousness in search of information.  It is worthy to mention that information massages in newspaper are structural to the readership pattern of the cross section of the society.

The mechanics of communication which include picture, cartoons and literate information become a remote but powerful factor  in creating on interesting pool from which a  semi-pattern consequently emerges.

The principle of communication applied in this work emphasizes only on the laws of efficient communication, some of which are good grammer and syntax, appropriate use of literary devices that are not etc.

The above subject quickly recommends themselves to the intelligence quittance of any readership.  This  form the determinant in newspaper consciousness as it is well understood that over and above poriny at payees of contents is fundamental to habit forming.  A highly literate  as well as versed section of the society can literally was the seemingly meaningless black print into a fabric of pleasure b because of level of exposure to the element of literary appreciation.

In the present work, the word readership-pattern in understood as the cross section of the society  that find time out of interest and habits to indulge in the act of gathering information from newspapers.  This understanding is only elementary as further into the work readership assumes a wider scope.  The present study will seek to comparatively the subject matter from the background of more complex definition. In view of this, readership among the youth in general and students of Institute of Management and Technology, Enugu  in particular, presents a particular, phenomenon that arouses interest.

More serious emphasis is laid on habit orientated readership pattern- a pattern which is sustaining.  This is not to say that this readership pattern influence positively than this demand and supply curve.  In fact both readership patterns confine with a complex.  And this is what actually influences the demand and supply.

An easily recognizable or predictable trend creates comparisons which are made to create a model hypothesis that will help in decision making.  Last but not the least, comparative are here refere to relationship existing between under studied elements from the background of stocktaking.

In comparative presented in this work, comparison model have been created are got.

The following are the comparison models employed in this work:

(a)             Sex oriented comparison model.

(b)            Age oriented comparison model

(c)             Finance oriented comparison model

(d)            Education oriented comparison model

(e)             Popular trend oriented comparison model

(f)              Political oriented comparison model

(g)            Religious conviction oriented comparison model

 

A.      SEX ORINTED COMPARISON MODEL

There is no point in doubting the fact the, gender goes a long way to determine emotional responses to news content.  It is in view of this that study seeks to investigate the determining factors that make a particular sex to be more or less responsive to male-female ration among the students readership will be determine and critically studied.

B.      AGE ORIENTED COMPARISON MODEL:

From an earlier assertion, the age brackets have been defined

among which this study is to be undertaken namely.

16 to 26 years to discover the more responsive age group among these brackets.  A bird view of the problem anticipated under this model is that hypothetically, the upper age bracket appears to be more responsive for seasons that may be stated from the questionnaire whereas lower group for other peculiar reasons hypothetically may be less responsive to reading of newspapers.

 

C.      FINANCE ORIENTED COMPARISON MODEL

It is no secret in economics that as people’s spending powers grow with their standard at living; they can more easily afford to indulge in less “necessaries”.  If will not be out place for a hungry man to spend his last Nzo for a lunch than by buy a newspaper and go hungry.  This becomes more acute with students who always run budget-line.

 

D.      EDUCATION ORIENTED COMPARISM MODLE.

All things  being equal, the more educated one is, the easier it is

for him to appreciate as well as extracting information from the newspaper

hence one’s level of education, in this case, the student goes a long way to determine and habit in newspaper indulgence.

 

E.      POPULAR TREND ORIENTED COMARISON MODEL

This is a less serious model as it is not sustaining.  Nevertheless, when its cycle come up, it can be quite impressive.

By trend, we mean a particular response due to a bias in society.  An example of trend could be seen in old early country Newspaper pictures of the English gentry where it is fashionable and popular to take snapshots with newspaper or folding.

 

E.      POLITICS ORIENTED COMPARISON MODEL

Nationalism and patriotism can compel ardent readership from patriots as they prefer their own local newspaper to better produced but foreign newspapers.

It is under such a model that we see customer ship done to certain newspaper that advance the cause of independence.

 

G.      RELIGIOUS CONVICTION ORIENTED MODEL

Under this model, we find people who for one religious conviction or the other prefers some kind of news content in a newspaper.  Which presence may persuade or dissuade them from doing custom to newspaper publishers.

 

1.2           STATEMENT OF THE RESEARCH PROBLEM

Researcher is done to identify a problem.  Hence the identification these problems gives direction to research works in this case the problems that led us into research are media

  1. Media illiteracy as an impediment to Newspaper consumption among Nigerian youths.
  2. financial difficulty that are facing Nigerian youth which in turn stand as an obstacle to Newspaper consumption.
  3. the problem associated with the reading habit among Nigeria youths.

 

1.3           OBJECTIVE OF STUDY.

The aim embarking on this study was promoted by an observation made by earlier researchers that the youths are generally not information conscious and it is only the males among the youths, that try at all to obtain information, specifically through the print media like newspapers.

This study wants to know if summaries and conclusions of other works are also applicable to youths with lugh level at educational exposure.  The work wants to find out if the new socio-economic status of the females, their new political awareness orientations has affected their readership pattern.

It also aims at finding out if it only the female youths that still read entertainment and family based materials in newspaper or if the males have been affected by changes in the society and why their sudden interest.

1.4           SIGNIFICANCE OF STUDY

The result of this study will help editors editor of different
newspapers to know the demography of their audience.  With the results obtained, they will know what material to retain or remove from their news content.
The study will help to find out the problems they youth grapple with, that have made them lose interest in bunny and reading newspaper.  It will also help editors know how to reach out the young generation so as to create good reading habit in them.  The project will help editors know how to reach out the young generation so as to create good reading habit in them.  The project will help editors and publishers know the psychological disposition information dissemination.
1.5           RESEARCH QUESTIONS.
1.                Do educational and financial positions affect newspaper readership among youth/
2.                Do male youth read more newspapers than female youths?
3.                Do female youths and more of entertainment news than male youths?
4.                Does age affect newspaper readership among Nigerian youth?
1.6           RESEARCH HYPOTHESIS
1.                Hi Educational and Financial positions affect newspaper readership among youths.
Ho: Education and financial position do not effect newspaper readership among youths.
2.                H2:         Male youths are more newspaper readers than male youths.
Ho:         Female youths are more newspaper readers than male youths.
H3:         Female youths read entertainment material than female youths.
Ho:         Male youths read entrainment material than female youths.
H4:         Age as a factor affect newspaper readership among the youths.
Ho:         Age as a factor is not affecting newspaper readership among the youths.
Does age  affect newspaper readership among the youths?
CONCEPTUAL AND OPERATIONAL

1.7    DEFINITION CONCEPTUAL DEFINITION OF TERMS:

 

PATTERN:         A way, in which something happens, moves, develops, or is arranged.

 

NEWSPAPER:  A part printed daily or weekly containing news material.

 

READERSHIP:  the number or type of readers of a Newspaper, magazine, etc or of a  particular writer

 

YOUTH:   The time when a person is young, especial the time before the child becomes an adult.

 

SEX: This means being male or female.

 

NEWSPAPER CONTENT: subject matter in Newspaper.

 

OPERATIONAL DEFINITION

Newspaper:         The printed dailies e.g punch, daily champion, vanguard,

sum etc

 

Pattern:      The level consumption (e.g daily, weekly, occasional etc.

 

 

Youth:       Relating to the age that consumed the newspaper, e.g 16-

25, 25-30 year etc

 

Newspaper Content:    These are contained in the volume of news,

articles, adverts, Arts, fashion, foreign news

etc

 

 

YOUTH:   This word includes children and young person of both sexes.  It also involves status classification of children and young adults.

 

SEX: This means differences that exist between male and female.  This term as well means the sum total at characteristics, which distinguish male from female.

 

NEWSPAPPER CONTENT:        This means that which is contained in the volume of a newspaper.  The amount of substance of work a newspaper can hold for example fashion etc.

 

1.8    ASSUMPTIONS

Male and Female student of the Institute of Management and Technology, (IMT) Enugu, are literate.  The students posses a similarity of psychological as well as other dispositions with the rest of youths that live in the country.  Also they have equal access to newspapers both financially and otherwise.

 

1.9    LIMITATIONS OF STUDY

The study would have taken in more youths in Nigeria but due to time limitation a well as high cost such project.  The study was limited to youths (students) of Institute of Management and Technology Enugu.

Again, because of the population of the students in the campus, which run into thousand, only 5% of his number was used as sample size.  A grater percentage should are been used but for reasons given above.

 

 

 

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HAZARDS OF JOURNALISM PROFESSION UNDER MILITARY REGIME (FROM 1993 – 1998)

ABSTRACT

The core theoretical framework on which this study anchors is to assess the legal problems/dangers vis a vis others that exist with the practicing of journalism in Nigeria, under the military with particular reference to General Sani Abacha’s regime.

The study revealed that journalists were arrested and detained in their thousands thereby providing little or no room for the pursuit of the TRUTH which is the hallmark of journalism profession. Sometimes they loose their lives while doing their job.

It further went down to review the related literature so as to give essence to the work.

In order to achieve the objectives of the study, content analysis was used as a research method to show clearly the manifest content of the media. It is an information technique that focuses on historical analysis of available information obtained from, newspaper, magazines, tapes or any other material that can guarantee permanence to information. With this research method, I was able to analyze things and come up with reasonable conclusion.

 

It was found that there couldn’t be meaningful interaction between the government and the citizenry, if the journalists were not allowed to operate freely. When the journalists were intimidated, they will be inhibited from faithfully reflecting the society to those in government and from letting the public know what those in power think or do.


ABLE OF CONTENT

Cover page                                                      I

Title page                                                                II

Approval page                                                 III

Dedication                                                       IV

Acknowledgement                                           V

Abstract                                                           VII

Table of content                                              IX

CHAPTER ONE- INTRODUCTION

Background of the study                                     1

Statement of research problem                            4

Objectives of the study                                                5

Significance of the study                                     6

Research questions                                             6

Research hypothesis                                           6

Conceptual and operational definition                    9

Assumption                                                                11

Limitation of study                                              12

Reference                                                          13

 

CHAPTER TWO- REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE

Sources of literature                                            15

The review                                                         16

Summary of review                                             30

Reference                                                          31

 

CHAPTER THREE- METHODOLOGY

Research method                                                       33

Method of data collection                                     34

Method of data analysis                                       35

Reference                                                          36

 

CHAPTER FOUR- DATA ANALYSIS

Results/findings of the study                                        37

Reference                                                          44

 

CHAPTER FIVE- SUMMARY AND RECOMMENDATION FOR FURTHER STUDIES

Summary                                                           45

Recommendation                                                        46

Bibliography                                                       49

Questionnaire                                                     53

 

 


CHAPTER ONE

INTRODUCTION

BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY

Journalism profession in Nigeria encounters a catalogue of problems especially under the military regime. There has been no smooth romance between the journalists and the government in power, rather what was seen then was harassment, detention without trial, of the journalist involved. These hazards/dangers that face the profession were caused by the incessant enactment of repressive press laws by the government.

The masses depend on the journalists for information on what is happening in their immediate environment, therefore, the journalists is the link between the rulers and ruled. So any negative treatment on the journalists affects not only the people in the profession, but also the attitude and behaviour of the Nigerian populace in general.

Therefore, the hazardous nature of journalism profession under the military era should be looked into so as to discourage the populace not to admit anything like military rule again in the Nigerian society. It was said that the worst administration in a democratic dispensation is far much better than the best administration under military regime.

Nat withstanding the fact that certain legal/professional techniques were employed to check and curtail the excesses of journalists, the military, when in power, were known for chaining the journalists with draconian laws, obnoxious decrees, sack threats, elimination and constant proscription of media houses. Journalists may see and hear evil and such will be sealed to make sure that they don’t loose their lives or jobs.

News watch magazines which was the toast of Nigerians because of fearlessness, independent views and radical approaches to issues was put to stop when its editor-in-chief was exterminated through a letter bomb blast, followed up six months later by a proscription.

When the provision for freedom of expression is guaranteed, some stings are being attached to it, which made the journalist not to be free. In some government media houses, the noble profession is forced to dance to the tune of their ‘lords’. While trying to tell unto the ethics of their profession, they are meant to endanger their lives.

A time, it became a sort of worry on how the journalists are being intimidated and the clever manner, which the government officials take in denying their own statement in the face of naked truth. At first, the government in power tries to embrace the profession just to get it established and thereafter turns against it. Because the journalists are ready to face their unravel their injustices, they (the military) turns to scrutinize and cripple the press unnecessarily with accumulation of obnoxious laws.

 

STATEMENT OF RESEARCH PROBLEM

Usually under military regime, more government owned media were meant to be than private owned. As at the time of Abacha, about six schools of journalism as well as many mass communication departments were in existence. Also, over sixty and fifty radio/television stations respectively and over 157 for newspaper and magazine were in existence as at the time under review.

With all these, there supposed to be existence of perfect journalism profession due to the fact that they are being trained properly with polished languages, balanced and fair reporting etc. However, it was still noticed that cases of arrest of journalists by security agents, loss of job under written and unwritten obnoxious laws, were still the hallmark of any military regime, even when the constitutions made provisions for such basic human rights and freedom by the government. The evidence was seen in the pronouncement by the Abacha regime of establishing special court to try indicted journalists sometimes in 1997. The journalist, seeing all the hazards, resorts to dance to the whims of the government or writes himself to jail.

 

With these, questions arise on if the journalism profession still worth its meaning with all these dangers posed to it, if the journalists were really free and if there was neglect of ethics and principles of journalism on the part of journalists.

 

OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY

The aim of the research should be to find out:

  1.      i.        The dangers, which confront journalism profession within the period under review.
  2.     ii.        If it is unethical to criticize government policies/actions or public figures.
  3.   iii.        The implication of such extra-journalistic laws in the profession of journalism in Nigeria.

 

SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY

  1.     i.        To make the journalists, the potential journalists as well as the entire society, not to admit anything like military administration in Nigerian society.
  2.   ii.        The study will also broaden the views of mass communication students, especially those whose intentions are to get into the profession on their rights and responsibilities as journalists.

 

RESEARCH QUESTION

This study shall provide answers to the following questions about the dangers posed to journalism profession especially when the military men are in power.

  1.      i.        Does the military government follow the constitution whenever they are in power?
  2.     ii.        Do journalists in Nigeria enjoy free assess to information source?
  3.   iii.        Are Nigerians satisfied with the kind of treatment the journalists pass through in the course of their duty?
  4.   iv.        Do the controversial press laws violate freedom of the press in Nigeria?
  5.    v.        Do the Nigerian journalists abide by the imagination of such codes and practices?
  6.   vi.        Does freedom of expression and freedom of the press exist during the Abcha regime?

 

RESEARCH HYPOTHESES

In evaluating the hazards of journalism profession in Nigeria under Abcha’s regime, the following hypothesis shall be tested.

H1:       The promulgation of repressive laws is an impediment to professional growth of the journalists.

Ho:       The promulgation of repressive laws is not an impediment to professional growth of the journalists.

H2:       Repressive press laws constitute the major obstacle to the objectivity of journalism profession.

H0        Repressive press laws do not constitute the major obstacle to the objectivity journalism profession.

H3:       Press laws affect the freedom of journalists.

H0:       Press laws do not affect the freedom of journalists.

H4:       The effects of press laws on the performance of journalists under Abacha regime depended on the ownership and type of press.

H0:       The effects of press laws on the performance of journalists under Abacha regime do not depend on the ownership and type of press.

 

 

 

CONCEPTUAL AND OPERATIONAL DEFINITION

For the purpose of this study, the following terms shall be defined both conceptually and operationally for clarity.

  1.      i.        Journalism profession
  2.     ii.        Journalist
  3.   iii.        Press
  4.   iv.        Press freedom
  5.    v.        Extra legal constraints

 

JOURNALISM PROFESSION

Conceptual: A specialized duty that aims at informing, educating, entertain and mobilizing the people through writing or publishing a newspaper, magazine or periodicals.

Operational: A profession, which is all about informing the people about the happenings around them and expectations in various part of their society as well as bringing the people’s problem to the knowledge to the government.

 

JOURNALIST

Conceptual: Person engaged in the work of writing, editing or publishing a newspaper, magazine or periodicals.

Operational: Person engaged in the business of reporting, writing and editing of newspaper and magazine contents only.

 

PRESS

Conceptual: Printed periodicals including magazines, newspapers, books, leaflets etc.

Operational: Newspapers and magazines published excluding books, leaflets etc.

 

PRESS FREEDOM

Conceptual: To act (journalists), write, without prior constraints, fearing nothing in a proposed action or issue. Freedom to pursue the truth and the publics right to know.

Operational: To act without any form of restriction by the government of the day through the use of legal and extra legal methods. It means in this context, the right of the press government that are not within the limits of law of the land.

 

EXTRA LEGAL CONTRIANTS

Conceptual: Going out of way of established to impede the work of the person or persons targeted.

Operational: The use of harassments, lobbying, force and brown-envelopes to waken the performance of the press in Nigeria within the period under review.

 

ASSUMPTION

The study hinged on the assumption that:

  1. Certain instruments of the government, which is known as press laws, are suppressing journalism.
  2. Ownership of the media under the military affects journalism profession in terms of repressive press laws.

 

LIMITATION OF STUDY

The study is such that should have attracted a very wide scope, but because of time and financial constraints, the study is limited to the period between 1993-1998.

It has not been easy shuttling between offices for the gathering of facts, visiting bigger libraries going through text books, newspapers and magazines articles and related subjects and also studying project works of other scholars within the given time schedule.

 

 

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