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1981

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The Content Analysis Of Four Nigerian Newspapers 1963 And 1974, Adedotun W. Onibokun Jul 1981

The Content Analysis Of Four Nigerian Newspapers 1963 And 1974, Adedotun W. Onibokun

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The primary intent of this thesis is to content analyze four Nigerian dailies in an attempt to look at press freedom under the civilian rule (1960-1965) and the military rule (1966-1978); and compare to see how both governments' control affected the content of the Nigerian newspapers. It also attempts to determine how both governments relate to the press and the level of press freedom in Nigeria. This newspaper analysis was significant for several reasons: It was the first research up to date that has looked at the civilian/military government control (as it affects the Nigerian newspapers' content; and furthermore ...


Agrarianism And Liberalism In Black Political Thought And Practice: A Case Study Of The Emergency Land Fund, Melanie Njeri Jackson Jul 1981

Agrarianism And Liberalism In Black Political Thought And Practice: A Case Study Of The Emergency Land Fund, Melanie Njeri Jackson

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The primary intent of this thesis is to discuss and critique the influence of agrarianism and liberalism in those movements and organizations which have demonstrated ideological loyalty to the nation that land is the basis of political loyalty to the notion that land is the basis of political power. An historical overview of those movements and ideas which shaped black agrarianism thought and practice is provided in an attempt to link trends and assumptions, or to dismiss them, to the organizational assumptions and practices of the Emergency Land Fund, a contemporary organization committed to the retention and expansion of black ...


Qaddafi's Libya: A Politicosocioeconomic Treatise, Zeinab Taleb-Jeddi Jul 1981

Qaddafi's Libya: A Politicosocioeconomic Treatise, Zeinab Taleb-Jeddi

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This study seeks to measure the success and consistency of the Qaddafi regime in introducing basic changes and real development in Libya in accordance with the ideology of Qaddafi which has found its full expression in his Green Book dealing with the political, economic and social matters.

After the 1969 coup which brought the military regime of Qaddafi to power, Libya began to experience new events in its political life. In order to realize popular democracy, Qaddafi initiated the system of peopIe's congresses and popular committees. This was designed to involve people directly in politics to fulfill the principle ...


U.S. Reaction Towards U.N. Sanctions Against Rhodesia From 1965-1977: An Analysis, Tonye Awoye Whyte May 1981

U.S. Reaction Towards U.N. Sanctions Against Rhodesia From 1965-1977: An Analysis, Tonye Awoye Whyte

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This is a study of American reactions to United Nations sanctions against Rhodesia 1965-1977. It examines in par ticular the reaction of four American administrations (Johnson, Nixon, Ford and Carter) towards Ian Smith's minor ity regime. The study is based on a review of the literature in books, journals and newspapers on American policy towards Rhodesia and the entire Southern Africa Sub-Continent. Chapter I looks at the theory of sanctions, defines and looks at conditions under which economic sanctions will be effective or ineffective. Chapter II presents a chronological account of American reactions to U.N. sanctions against Rhodesia ...