Press Freedom In Nigeria: A Study Of Government And Relations Under Ibrahim Babangida Regime

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PRESS FREEDOM IN NIGERIA: A STUDY OF GOVERNMENT AND RELATIONS UNDER IBRAHIM BABANGIDA REGIME

TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

CHAPTER ONE

INTRODUCTION

  • Statement of problem
  • Objective of the study
  • Research questions
  • Significant of the study
  • Scope of the study
  • Limitation of the study
  • Definition of terms

CHAPTER TWO

  • REVIEW OF LITERATURE
    • Sources of review
    • The review
    • Press freedom
    • Conditions and actions that promote and bridge press freedom
    • Press freedom in Nigeria.
    • Theoretical background

CHAPTER THREE

  • Research methodology
  • Research method
  • Research sample
  • Measuring instrument
  • Data collection
  • Method of data analysis
  • Expected result

CHAPTER FOUR

4.0     Data analysis and result

  • Analysis of demographic
  • Result
  • Discussion
  • Prior and subsequent censorship

CHAPTER FIVE

  • Findings, conclusion and recommendation
  • Conclusion and recommendation

Reference

CHAPTER ONE

INTRODUCTION

In independent society a major test of a nation’s freedom is the amount of liberty its people have in speaking writing ns publishing, indeed, one can say that life of a nation depends on the extent of freedom of speech and press that the people enjoy. One can also say that extent by which a nation enjoys this freedom depends on the relationship between the government and the press.

As a result of importance of this right the countries of the world have emerged through the limited nations organization (UNO) in a bid to protect this right s other. These countries signed the universal declaration of human rights in 1945.

Article 18 of this universal human rights established that “ every one has the right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion (worship).

Article 19 of the same declaration also asserts that every one has the right to freedom of opinion and expression, this right includes freedom to hold opinion without interference and to seek receive, impact information and ideas through any media and regardless of frontiers.

The guarantee of freedom of the press in the universal declaration of human rights is the right to freedom of expression which includes freedom of speech and if the press. In compliance with the declaration, many countries of the world have in various degrees provided in their people constitution and opportunity for their people to express themselves within the limits of law. However, although almost al nations of the world have subscribed to thee universal ideas and replicate them in their constitutions, the ideas have remain in effect general principles as their interpretation and implementation have always been, subject to the political philosophy of the state applying them, the level of political freedom in such a state, the states history as manifest in some of its economic system and general societal influences. In spite of differences in interpretation and implementation, certain patterns seems to have emerged. Due to the librarians of democratic societies the rights of citizens to take precedence over those of the state in such societies and whatever right are enjoyed by the states are meant fro larger fulfillment and protection of he right of the citizens. In democratic societies, freedom of the press is usually paramount and will protected.

 

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