The study could be a vital examination of the result of ancient media and communication on rural development in Nigeria. nonetheless the assorted fashionable suggests that of communication like RADIO, INTERNET, TELEVISION, NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINES, etc.
the agricultural suggests that of communication continues to be the epitome for rural development. These ancient medium of communication includes the subsequent Ekwe, Ikoro, Smoke signals, Open market, Age groups, palm fronds, The crier oja etc.
However, each primary and secondary knowledge are utilized in gathering data for the study. The secondary knowledge can return as a review of documented materials, whereas the first knowledge are obtained with the assistance of form and oral interview, and can be administered to the ruralites with the assistance of the scientist, World Health Organization can facilitate the uneducated ones to fill within the boxes by explaining the inquiries to them.
A total of 382 questionnaires are distributed exactly to the residents of Iwollo Oghe community. the info collected are tabulated and analyzed victimization percentages.
The 3 hypotheses developed are tested victimization chi-Square methodology respectively-
The findings of the study can show among others that the normal medium of communication could be a tool for a good rural development. The study will suggest that the trendy media ought to be utilized in conjunction with the normal media of communication which individuals square measure acquainted with; this may create democratic communication to boost national development.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Table of contents
CHAPTER ONE – INTRODUCTION
BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY
STATEMENT OF THE analysis downside
OBJECTIVE OF THE STUDY
SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY
SCOPE \DELIMITATION OF THE STUDY
ASSUMPTION OF THE STUDY
CONCEPTUAL AND OPERATIONAL
DEFINITION OF TERMS
LIMITATION OF THE STUDY.
CHAPTER 2 -REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE
SOURCES OF LITERATURE REVIEW
REVEW OF RELEVANT LITERATURE
THEORITICAL FRAME WORK
SUMMARY OF THE LITERATURE REVIEW
CHAPTER 3 analysis METHODOLOGY
AREA OF THE STUDY
POPULATION OF THE STUDY
RESEARCH SAMPLE AND SAMPLING TECHNIQUES
INSTRUMENT USED FOR knowledge assortment
VALIDITY OF THE INSTRUMENT
METHOD OF aggregation knowledge
METHOD of information ANALYSIS
CHAPTER FOUR knowledge PRESENTATION, ANALYSIS AND RESULTS
DATA ANALYSIS AND PRESENTATION
DISCLOSURE OF FINDING