Dr. Oguchi  Onyeizu Ajaegbu

Dr. Oguchi Onyeizu Ajaegbu

Lecturer I
Babcock University, Nigeria


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

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Area of Interest:

Social Sciences
100%
Mass Communication
62%
Management
90%
Cultural Diversity
75%
Religious Education
55%

Selected Publications

  1. Uwom-Ajaegbu, O.O., E.O. Ajike, L. Fadolapo and C. Ajaegbu, 2015. An empirical study on the causes and effects of communication breakdown in marriages. J. Philosophy Cult. Religion., 11: 1-9.
  2. Sodeinde, O.A., O.O. Ajaegbu and C. Ajaegbu, 2015. Nigeria: Many programmes, many media, many poor. Int. J. Applied Res., 1: 793-798.
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  3. Amarachi, A.A., C. Ajaegbu, S.A. Idowu and O.O. Ajaegbu, 2015. A reformed information security management system (R-ISMS). Int. J. Afr. Asian Stud., 14: 69-80.
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  4. Ajaegbu, O.O., C. Eloke-Young, C. Ajaegbu and B.J. Akintayo, 2015. Children's recall of musical elements in indomie television commercials. Int. J. Applied Res., 1: 441-446.
  5. Ajaegbu, O.O., C. Ajaegbu, J.B. Akintayo and G. Temple-Ubani, 2015. Journalists perception of their staff welfare package and effective journalism in Nigeria (A study of the Guardian and Nigerian television authority). Int. J. Recent Res. Social Sci. Hum., 2: 36-45.
  6. Ajaegbu, O.O., C. Ajaegbu and O.P. Atakele, 2015. Perception of youths on the use of indigenous languages in Nigerian home videos. Scholars J. Arts Hum. Social Sci., 3: 1208-1216.
  7. Ajaegbu, O.O., B.J. Akintayo and M.M. Akinjiyan, 2015. Radio listening habits among university students and their attitudes towards programmes. Res. Hum. Soc. Sci., 5: 149-157.
  8. Ajaegbu, C., B. Johnson, A. Omotunde and O. Uwom-Ajaegbu, 2015. Overbusy schedule in family wholeness: A study of selected families. J. Philosophy Cult. Religion, 11: 15-21.
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  9. Ajaegbu, C. and O.O. Ajaegbu, 2015. Ethical guidelines for good practice in teaching and research. J. Multidiscipl. Eng. Sci. Technol., 2: 2877-2880.
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  10. Uwom, O.O., C. Ajaegbu, D.B. Oloyede and S. Sowemimo-Coker, 2014. Prospects of internet technology in news production: A study of voice of Nigeria and Nigeria television authority. Global J. Arts Hum. Social Sci., 2: 56-66.
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  11. Uwom, O.O. and D.B. Oloyede, 2014. Newspaper coverage of health issues in Nigeria (A study of the Guardian and the Punch newspapers January 2010 to December 2011). Int. J. Afr. Asian Stud., 4: 83-90.
  12. Ajaegbu, C. and U.O. Onyeizu, 2014. Ethical roles in computer networks. Int. J. Ethics, 10: 375-380.
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  13. Uwom, O. and D. Alao, 2013. Analysis of media policies in Nigeria and Ghana. Arabian J. Bus. Manage. Rev., 2: 62-75.
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  14. Unwom, O., 2013. Audience perception of sexual contents in Nigerian movies. New Media Mass Comm., 19: 16-25.
  15. Adekoya, O.H. and O. Uwom, 2013. Nigerian press rural health coverage: A content analysis of the punch and The Guardian Newspapers (October to December, 2012). Int. J. Innovat. Res. Dev., 2: 96-100.
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  16. Okere, S. and O.O. Uwom, 2012. Magazine celebrity features, youth modelling and career aspirations. Arabian J. Bus. Manage. Rev., 34: 1-10.
  17. Alao, D. and O. Uwom, 2012. Terrorism in Nigeria: An analysis of North/South media coverage of Boko Haram (November 2011 to March 2012). Int. Rev. Bus. Soc. Sci., 1: 49-62.