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UNSPECIFIED (2014) Television influence and political participation of Nigeria’s unseen minority. Women's Political Visibility and Media Access: The Case of Nigeria. In: Aririguzoh, Stella A., (ed.) Television influence and political participation of Nigeria’s unseen minority. Women's Political Visibility and Media Access: The Case of Nigeria. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle, United Kingdom, UK. (In Press)


Adekeye, Olujide A and Odukoya, J. A. and Chenube, Olufunke 0 and Igbokwe, D.O. and Igbinoba, Angie Osarieme and Olowookere, E. I. (2017) Subjective Experiences and Meaning Associated with Drug Use and Addiction in Nigeria: A Mixed Method Approach. Global Journal of Health Science, 9 (8). pp. 57-65. ISSN 1916-9736

Agarana, M. C. and Owoloko, E. A. and Adeleke, O. J. (2017) Optimizing Public Transport Systems in Sub-saharan Africa Using Operational Research Technique: A Focus on Nigeria. Procedia Manufacturing , 7. pp. 590-595. ISSN 2351-9789

Amodu, L. O. and Sobowale, Idowu (2014) Multinational oil companies' channels of communication and conflict resolution in the Niger Delta. Multidisciplinary Journal if the University of Fort Hare, 21 (1). ISSN 0015-8054

Aririguzoh, Stella A. Influence of television broadcasts on urban-rural voting behaviour. Ife Journal of Politics. (In Press)

Aririguzoh, Stella A. (2014) Influence of television broadcasts on voters’ choice of candidates in the Nigerian 2007 presidential election: A study of Ado-Odo/Ota residents. In: 150+ Years of Journalism in Nigeria: Telling the Nigerian Story. Canada University Press, Ontario. (In Press)

Aririguzoh, Stella A. (2007) Media literacy and the role of English language in Nigeria. The International Journal of Communication (6). pp. 144-160.

Aririguzoh, Stella A. Television Broadcasts Influence on Undecided Voters’ Choices of Candidates: A Study of the 2007 Nigerian Presidential Election. African Journal of Communication and Development . (In Press)

Aririguzoh, Stella A. and Amoka, Eunice (2019) Laughing into the Presidential Suites: a Content Analysis of the 2015 Nigerian Presidential Election Television Campaign Commercials. In: BEYOND FUN MEDIA ENTERTAINMENT, POLITICS AND DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA. Malthouse Press Limited, 43 Onitana Street, Off Stadium Hotel Road, Off Western Avenue, Lagos Mainland, pp. 357-368. ISBN 978-978- 57397-0-1

Azuh, Dominic E. and Egharevba, M. E. and Azuh, Akunna E. (2014) Gender Discrimination and National Politics: The Nigerian Case. Covenant University Journal of Politics and International Affairs (CUJPIA), 2 (2).


Babatunde, Folarin and Covenant University, Public Lecture (2005) THE PUBLIC RELATIONS FUNCTION AND THE CHALLENGES OF DEMOCRATISATION IN AFRICA. Covenant University Public Lecture, 4. pp. 1-30.


Chiluwa, Innocent and Ajiboye, Esther (2016) LANGUAGE USE IN CRISIS SITUATIONS: ADISCOURSE ANALYSIS OF ONLINE REACTIONS TO DIGITAL NEWS REPORTS OF THE WASHINGTON NAVY YARD SHOOTING AND THE NAIROBI WESTGATE ATTACK. In: The Discourse of Digital Civic Engagement: Perspectives from the Developing World. Nova Science Publishers, New York, USA, pp. 35-55. ISBN 978-1-63484-120-7


Ekeanyanwu, N. T. and Igbinoba, Angie Osarieme (2007) The Media and Cultism in Nigerian Higher Institutions of Learning: A Study of Coverage, Treatment and Relevance. International Journal of Communication (6). ISSN 1597-4324

Ekeanyanwu, N. T. and Peter, Ada (2015) Children, Youths and Mediated Violence: A Reflective Evaluation of Some Selected Theoretical Models. The Nigerian Journal of Communication, 12 (1). pp. 50-71.


Igbinoba, Angie Osarieme (2012) Drama and Communication in Television Advertising: A Study of MTN's"Sunrise" and Indomie Noodle's "Make the World a Better Place". European Scientific Joumal, 8 (5).

Igbinoba, Angie Osarieme (2010) Media Preference of Nigerian Undergraduates for the Promotion of Quality Moral Education. International journal of Social Sciences and Humanities Review, 1 (2). ISSN 0781 - 3232

Igbinoba, Angie Osarieme (2009) Reportage of Global Economic-Meltdown Issues in Selected Nigerian Newspapers. An Interdisciplinary Journal of the Nigerian Sociological Society, 1 (2).

Igbinoba, Angie Osarieme (2009) Reportage of Global Economic-Meltdown issues in Selected Nigerian Newspapers. An Interdisciplinary Journal of the Nigerian Sociological Society, 1 (2).

Igbinoba, Angie Osarieme (2011) Reportage of Maternal Mortality in Selected Nigeria Newspapers. Global Journal of Applied, Management and Social Sciences (GOJAMSS), 1. p. 90.

Igbinoba, Angie Osarieme and Emenike, Ebube Stella (2011) A comparative analysis of Channels TV and CNN's coverage of World News. Journal of Public Affairs, 11 (1). pp. 4-24.

Igbinoba, Angie Osarieme and Olukunmi, G. I. (2014) Personnel Management Via Public Relations in GTBank: A Catalyst for Industrial Development in Nigeria. In: Trajectory to industrial Development in Nigeria. Department of Sociology College of Development Studies Covenant University Ota, Nigeria, pp. 350-368. ISBN 978-978-52506-1-9


lgbinoba, Osarieme Angie (2015) Career Migration among Mass Communication Graduates: A Study of BOWEN and LASU Students. In: INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN AFRICA IN THE 21ST CENTURY (ICSD).


Okon, Patrick E. (2014) Changes in Media Policy in Sub-Saharan Africa: The Role of Community Media. PhD thesis, Edinburgh Napier University.

Okon, Patrick E. (2017) RETHINKING MEDIA POLICY IN ANGLOPHONE SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA: THE CHALLENGE OF COMMUNITY MEDIA. In: Traditional and New Media of Mass Communication: Practices, Issues and Perspectives. Publishers of Educational Resource Materials, pp. 537-551.

Okon, Patrick E. (2017) Rethinking Media Policy in Anglophone Sub-Saharan Africa: The Challenge of Community media. Journal of Communication Media Watch, VIII (II). pp. 270-286. ISSN 0976 0911, e-ISSN 2249 8818

Okposin, Samuel B. (1997) Sarawak Economy: Outlook For Next Millennium. In: Sarawak Economy. Sarawak Press, Sarawak.

Owolabi, Tayo Ademola and Igbinoba, Angie Osarieme and Ekeanyanwu, N. T. (2012) A Comparative Analysis of Movie Preference among Undergraduates of Christian and Secular Universities. Indian Journal of Media Studies, 6 (1 & 2). pp. 1-25. ISSN 2229 - 7235

Oyero, Olusola and Oyesomi, Kehinde Opeyemi and Abioye, Taiwo and Ajiboye, Esther and Kayode-Adedeji, Tolulope (2018) Strategic communication for climate change awareness and behavioural change in Ota Local Government of Ogun State. African Population Studies, 32 (1).


Peter, Ada (2008) Communication and Harmony: Tradomedia and its Effects on Social Change in Developing Nations. China Media Research, 4 (4).

Peter, Ada (2017) Killing in the Name of Air Time? Global Mass Media’s Representation of ISIS. Middle East Institute Publication.

Peter, Ada (2017) Skewed global-focusing and global-spectacle of ISIS: A subtle media strategy for manufacturing popular dissent for terrorism as a legitimate approach for seeking political change in the Middle East. ICSPS. (In Press)

Peter, Ada and Kayode-Adedeji, Tolulope and Yartey Ajayi, Lady (2017) Making Sense of Big Data from Traditional Media Online: A Methodological Approach. In: Traditional & New Media of Mass Communication: Issues and perspectives. Traditional & New Media of Mass Communication: Issues and perspectives..

Peter, Ada and Sobowale, Idowu and Ekeanyanwu, N. T. (2013) THEORY OF PLANNED BEHAVIOUR: MEASURING ADOLESCENTS MEDIA LITERACY AND ALCOHOL DRINKING EXPECTANCIES. Covenant Journal of Communication, 1 (2). pp. 118-129. ISSN 2354 - 3515


Williams, Oluwaseyi and Ekanem, Thelma and Sobowale, Idowu and Amodu, L. O. (2017) The Influence of the Audience’s Disposition towards Web Adverts on Product Awareness and Patronage. Journal of African Research in Business & Technology, 2017.

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