Entries on Journalism
The situation of unrest in the country calls for a more concerted effort to restore peace and stability. This can be done from many fronts. Proper to our milieu is education through the print media. To achieve this therefore, the editorial crew of the Aquinas’ Journal chose for 2015 to add more value to the matter with the theme: Violence in the Land and Journey to Peace. With this theme, the Journal identifies Boko Haram, unethical campaign languages, hate speeches sexual violence against women and the violence of Tiv/Fulani as common catalysts to conflict in the land. On a similar note, it offers the opportunity to consider/rethink once again our togetherness as a nation and present unity as an imperative in our sophisticated world. Having done these, alternative means of conflict resolution, reciprocity and Christian religious education are highlighted as the recipes for peaceful coexistence.
COMPARISON AND CONTRACTION OF JOHN WEBSTER'S THE DUCHESS OF MALFI AND APHRA BEHN'S THE ROVER AS A JACOBEAN REVENGE TRAGEDY AND A RESTORATION COMEDY RESPECTIVELY.
It's true that citizen journalism can sometimes lead to serious embarrassments, sometimes, in very large proportions, there is no doubt that it has come to stay
The growth of modern technology and the sophistication of society over a period of time became a big challenge for traditional media of communication.