Dr. Nuhu Diraso Gapsiso

Dr. Nuhu Diraso Gapsiso

Senior Lecturer
University of Maiduguri, Nigeria


Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Mass Communication from University of Maiduguri, Nigeria

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Area of Interest:

Social Sciences
100%
Mass Communication
62%
Media Ethics
90%
Communications Skills
75%
Journalism
55%

Selected Publications

  1. Gapsiso, N.D. and J. Wilson, 2018. Perception of journalists by public relations officers in Borno state, Nigeria. Novena J. Commun., 5: 127-139.
  2. Wilson, J. and N.D. Gapsiso, 2017. ICTs and the dynamics of information administration in Nigeria: A look at new media and information management in the face of security challenges. Media Commun. Curr., 1: 121-135.
  3. Wilson, J. and N. Gapsiso, 2017. Communicating in the absence of mobile telephone network during the state of emergency in Borno state, Nigeria. J. Russian Media J., 1: 143-167.
  4. Gapsiso, N.D., 2017. Reporting human rights issues by Nigerian journalists. Media Commun. Mediji I Komunikacije, 8: 101-123.
  5. Wilson, J. and N.D. Gapsiso, 2016. Overcoming Gender Inequalities through Technology Integration. IGI Global, USA.
  6. Gapsiso, N.D. and R. Jibrin, 2016. Women and Nigerian ICT Policy: The Inevitability of Gender Mainstreaming. In: Overcoming Gender Inequalities through Technology Integration, Wilson, J. and N.D. Gapsiso (Eds.)., Information Science Reference (IGI) Publishers, Hershey PA., USA.
  7. Gapsiso, N.D. and J. Wilson, 2016. Digital journalism: Appropriating ICts for news gathering in Adamawa state, Nigeria. Al-Mahram, Int. J. Trans-Saharan Stud., 3: 208-231.
  8. Wilson, J. and N.D. Gapsiso, 2015. Perception, pervasiveness and implications of sexting among Nigerian youths. Liwuran J. Hum. Univ. Maiduguri Facult. Arts, 17: 197-207.
  9. Gapsiso, N.D. and J. Wilson, 2015. The impact of the internet on teenager's face-to-face communication. J. Stud. Soc. Sci., 13: 202-220.
  10. Gapsiso, N.D. and A. Kolo, 2015. The use of social media by students of capital school Maiduguri, Nigeria. J. Soc. Manage. Sci., Vol. 1. .
  11. Wilson, J. and N. Gapsiso, 2014. Social media and freedom of expression in Nigeria: Posting the mind of a Nation. Int. J. Internet Troll. Online Participation, 1: 5-22.
  12. Joseph, W., N.D. Gapsiso and M. Usman, 2014. African Women and Socio-Political Imperatives of ICT. In: Women Political Visibility and Media Access, Oladokun (Ed.)., Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle.
  13. Joseph, W. and N.D. Gapsiso, 2014. Achieving the millennium development goals in Africa: harnessing E-learning potentials. J. Dev. Country Stud., 15: 33-38.
  14. Joseph, W. and N. Gapsiso, 2014. ICTs Democracy and Human Rights in Nigeria. In: Handbook of Research on Political Activism in the Information Age, Solo, A.M. (Ed.)., 9th Edn., IGI Global , Hershey, PA.
  15. Gapsiso, N.D. and W. Joseph, 2014. A study of the effect of ICTs on news processing in Borno radio television Maiduguri. Niger. J. New Media Mass Commun. (In Press). .
  16. Joseph, W. and N.D. Gapsiso, 2013. Challenges of online information gathering among journalists in Borno state-Nigeria. Technol. Dev. J., 11: 51-57.
  17. Joseph, W. and N. Gapsiso, 2012. Challenges and prospect of internet application among African women. J. Multimedia Commun. Stud., 1: 44-63.
  18. Gapsiso, N.D., 2012. A study of the use of ICTs by medical staff of university of Maiduguri teaching hospital. LASU J. Hum., 7: 11-25.
  19. Gapsiso, N.D., 2011. A study of university of maiduguri mass communication student's perception of news on television and newspapers. Maiduguri J. Arts Soc. Sci., 9: 263-278.
  20. Gapsiso, N.D. and W. Joseph, 2010. ICT's and the future of newspapers in Nigeria. Maiduguri J. Arts Soc. Sci., 8: 1-64.
  21. Wilson, J. and N.D. Gapsiso, 2009. Use of mobile phones by journalists in Borno state. Niger. J. Commun. Media Res., 1: 105-114.
  22. Wilson, J. and N.D. Gapsiso, 2009. Use of mobile phones by journalists in Borno state, Nigeria. J. Commun. Media Res., 1: 105-114.
  23. Joseph, W. and N.D. Gapsiso, 2009. A feminists analysis of African women use of ICTs. Unimaid J. Women Stud., 2: 130-144.
  24. Joseph, W. and N. Diraso, 2009. Gapsiso harnessing ICT for peace building in Africa. Maiduguri J. Peace, Diplomatic Dev. Stud., 2: 49-59.
  25. Bashir, A.S. and N.D. Gapsiso, 2008. Adolescents sources of information and perception of reproductive health in Adamawa state. Niger. J. Commun., 1: 59-79.