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Title: MASS MEDIA SUPPORT FOR ADULT EDUCATION IN POPULATION EDUCATION IN EDO STATE
Authors: ADUWA-OGIEGBAEN, SAMUEL OSATO E.
ISAH, STELLA
Issue Date: 2005
Publisher: Community and Adult Education Research Society of Nigeria (CARESON)
Series/Report no.: 4(1);
Abstract: This study examined the role of the mass media in disseminating information on population education in Edo State. The essence is to determine how media support the campaign in educating adults in both rural and urban areas on the effect of over population. The study involved 620 participants randomly selected from urban and rural areas in Edo State. A questionnaire which contained 13 statements about the effect of rapid population growth was used for the study Analysis of Data revealed that the mass media do not significantly contribute to the campaign against rapid population growth. It also showed that there is a significant difference between urban and rural residents in the awareness of the effect of over population. It was recommended that the media should play more active rule in population education.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/724
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