THEATRE ARTS PROJECT TOPICS AND MATERIALS
1. A CRITICAL STUDY OF SOCIO-CULTURAL PRACTICES HINDERING WOMEN’S POLITICAL PARTICIPATION
2. COMMUNICATING CHANGE AND SOCIETAL VALUES IN SELECTING NIGERIAN HOME MOVIES
3. THEATRE AS A TOOL FOR COMMUNICATING HAND WASHING AMONG PRIMARY SCHOOL PUPILS
4. YOUTUBE, NEW MEDIA, ADVOCACY AND THE CHALLENGES OF AUTHENTICITY
5. WOMEN’S PARTICIPATION IN COMMUNICATING PRIMARY HEALTHCARE POLICY
6. VIOLENCE PORTRAYAL IN HOLLYWOOD AND IMPLICATIONS FOR YOUTHS‟ MORAL DEVELOPMENT: A READING OF “THE HOSTEL” AND “THE LAST HOUSE ON THE LEFT”
7. THE INFLUENCE OF THE INTERNET ON INFORMATION ACQUISITION AMONG STUDENTS
8. TESTIMONIAL ADVERTISING AND CONSUMER BEHAVIOUR OF CHIEF ZEBRUDAYA’S CELEBRITY ROLE IN “ELEPHANT BLUE DETERGENT”ADVERT
9. PARTICIPATORY COMMUNICATION AND WOMEN EMPOWERMENT
10. COMMUNICATION IN AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH AND INNOVATION PROCESS
11. COMMUNICATION AND GOOD GOVERNANCE
12. COMMUNICATING CHANGE AND SOCIETAL VALUES IN SELECT NIGERIAN HOME MOVIES
13. ASSESSING PARTICIPATORY RESEARCH FOR EFFECTIVE DESIGN OF HEALTH COMMUNICATION
14. AN APPRAISAL OF ELECTRONIC WALLET COMMUNICATION IN GROWTH ENHANCEMENT SUPPORT SCHEME OF AGRICULTURAL TRANSFORMATION AGENDA
15. A GENDER ANALYSIS OF NIGERIA’S MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS IMPLEMENTATION REPORTS
16. FROM DIFFUSION TO COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION: THE COMMUNICATION STRATEGIES OF THE NATIONAL MALARIA CONTROL PROGRAMME (NMCP)
17. CONFLICT-SENSITIVE REPORTING IN NORTHERN NIGERIA
18. AUDIENCE PERCEPTION OF MEDIA COVERAGE AND MANAGEMENT OF THE 2011 POST ELECTION VIOLENCE
19. THE IMPACT OF NIGERIAN NATIONAL THEATRE AS A VEHICLE FOR CULTURAL PROMOTION AND COMMERCIAL VENTURE
20. INFLUENCE OF NIGERIAN HOME VIDEO FILMS ON CRIMINALITY