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Ekeanyanwu, N. T. (2012) The Nigerian Press,Brown Envelope Syndrome(BES)and Media Professionalism:The Missing Link. Journalism and Mass Communication, 2 (4). pp. 515-529. ISSN 2160-6579

Ekeanyanwu, N. T. and Kalyango, Y. J. and Peters, A. S. (2012) GLOBAL NEWS FLOW DEBATE IN THE ERA OF SOCIAL MEDIA NETWORKS: IS THE U.S MEDIA STILL THE WORLD’S NEWS LEADER? European Scientific Journal.

Ekeanyanwu, N. T. (2011) Examination of Value Conflict Limiting Conception of Multicultural Education in Minority Institutions in the US:Retention and Graduation Outcry. Fort Hare Papers:Multidisciplinary Journal of the University of Fort Hare, 17. pp. 33-47.

Ekeanyanwu, N. T. (2011) Perceived Role of Entertainment Television in Shaping Social Behaviour of Teenagers. The Nigerian Journal of Communication, 9 (1). pp. 154-182. ISSN 0189-3319

Ekeanyanwu, N. T. (2011) Reporting the Global war on Terrorism:Cases from Nigeria. Fort Hare Papers:Multidisciplinary journal of the University of Fort Hare, 17. pp. 137-167.

Ekeanyanwu, N. T. (2009) Cultural Implications of ICTs and Globalization in the Nigerian Society. Journal of Communication and Media Research, 1 (2). pp. 14-29.

Ekeanyanwu, N. T. (2009) Analysis of the Content of Nigeria's Newspaper Editorials. Oko Journal of Communication & Information Science, 1 (2). pp. 74-103.

Ekeanyanwu, N. T. (2009) Indigenous Cultures in the Era of Globalization:A Case Against Cultural Imperialism Theory. Communicare:Journal for Communication Sciences in Southern Africa, 28 (1). pp. 126-143.

Ekeanyanwu, N. T. and Edewor, Patrick (2009) Cultural Implications of lCTs and Globalization in the Nigerian Society. Journal of Communication and Media Research, 1 (2).

Ekeanyanwu, N. T. (2009) Culture,Communication and Human Development in Nigeria. Culture,Media,Technology and Psycho-Social Development in Nigeria. pp. 63-82.

Ekeanyanwu, N. T. (2008) News Flow Controversy:The Global Media Coverage of Nigerian Democracy. Mass Media in Nigerian Democracy. pp. 227-261.

Ekeanyanwu, N. T. (2008) Indigenous Culture,Communication and Globalization in Developing Societies:A Case For Cultural Development Hypothesis. International Journal of Communication (8). pp. 103-123. ISSN 1597-4324

Ekeanyanwu, N. T. (2008) Africa and Challenges:The Need for Integrated Development Communication. Globalization and Development Communication in Africa. pp. 84-99.

Ekeanyanwu, N. T. (2007) Global News Flow Controversy:Is the South Also Guilty? International Journal of Communication (7). pp. 14-42. ISSN 1597-4324

Ekeanyanwu, N. T. (2007) A Comparative Analysis of Nigerian Newspapers coverage and Management of Political conflicts in a Pluralistic Society. Babcock Journal of Mass Communication, 1 (3). pp. 85-109.

Ekeanyanwu, N. T. (2007) The Media and Cultism in Nigerian Higher Institutions of Learning:a Study of Coverage,Treatment and Relevance. International Journal of Communication (6). pp. 371-388. ISSN 1597-4324

Ekeanyanwu, N. T. (2007) The Nigerian Press Coverage of Political Conflicts in a Pluralistic Society. Global Media Journal (African Edition). pp. 64-91.

Ekeanyanwu, N. T. (2006) The Nigerian Media and Global Political Reportage:Coverage/Treatment of the 2004 US Presidential elections. Journal of Communication Studies, 5 (1-2). pp. 16-30. ISSN 0021-9916

Ekeanyanwu, N. T. (2006) Contemporary Issues in Critical Writing and Reviews. Themes in Communication Writing. pp. 86-111.

Ekeanyanwu, N. T. Nollywood and Nigeria's Indigenous Cultural Values:The Development Imperatives. Communication and Africa's Development Crisis:Essays in Honour of Professor Des Wilson. pp. 132-143.

Ekeanyanwu, N. T. Reporting Sexuality Issues:Cases from the Nigerian Press. International Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities Review, 1 (4). pp. 109-122.

Ekeanyanwu, N. T. Theorizing Cultural Development vis-a-vis Cultural Imperialism Theory. Critique and Application of Communication Theories. pp. 28-49.

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