An Examination of the Effect of Education on Women in Journalism

An Examination of the Effect of Education on Women in Journalism CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background Of The Study According to Kefas (2009), journalism education is a system of education that facilitates the training of contributors to newspapers, magazines, radio, and television, as well as editors of literature for mass audiences. Journalism education, unlike much university activity, is non-experimental, with its curriculum influenced heavily by a limited set of such immediate, externally derived conditions (Stephens,2000). However, in previous decades, men were known to predominate in Nigerian journalism. Men occupied the majority of decision-making positions in the journalism field, and they had complete control of the media house (Kefas 2009). This was due to the long-held belief that a woman's education ends in the kitchen. Women's...
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