New Media and Mass Communication

New Media and Mass Communication is a peer-reviewed jorunal published by IISTE. The journal publishes original papers at the forefront of Media and Mass Communication Research. The journal is published in both printed and online versions. The online version is free access and download.

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Please follow the following two files to prepare your paper, then send it to NMMC@iiste.orgIndex of this journal:
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The publication charge of this journal: 160 USD (online publication only) or 165 USD (online publication + 2 hard copies)
Posted: 2011-11-04
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Vol 40 (2015)

Table of Contents


Content Analysis of Newspaper Coverage of Education Issues in Nigeria PDF
The Nigerian Media Space and the Cost of a Bribe PDF
Justine John DYIKUK 13-22
Modeling Relationship between Media Literacy Competencies and Use of New Media for Civic Engagement among Youths in New Digital Media Environment PDF
LA’ARO, Oba Abdulkadir, Mohd Khairie Ahmad, Che Su Mustaffa 23-32
Solution Approach to Newspaper Framing and Ethnic Groups’ Conflict Behaviours PDF
Rasaq M. Adisa, Rosli bin Mohammed, Mohd. Khairie Ahmad 33-41
The Impact of Trade Liberalization on Air Pollution: In Case of Ethiopia PDF
Lamessa Tariku 42-55
The Complexities of New Media: Can the ‘Web Media’ Completely Erase Traditional Media from the Communication Industry? PDF
Ahmad Muhammad Auwal 56-66
Role of Celebrity Endorsement and Consumers’ Perception towards Media Advertisements PDF
Abdul Ghafoor Awan Abdur Rehman Arif 67-75
The Influence of Self-Disclosure on the use of Contraceptives among Couples in Changamwe Constituency, Mombasa County PDF
Mohan Masaviru, Rose Mwangi, Peter Masindano 76-86
Is Pakistan Terrorist? Front-page Perspective of Mainstream American Newspapers During Obama’s First-year PDF
Awais Gillani, Xiang Zhou 87-111
Social media and political revolution in the Middle East: Lessons for the seat- tight political leaders in sub-Saharan Africa PDF
Christian Chuwuebuka Ezeibe, Stephen Ogbodo 112-123
Aesthetics in Igbo Video Films: Critique of the Battle of Destiny and the Son of Soil PDF
Ogonna W. Anunike, Leo O.N. Edegoh 124-130
Public Perception of Nigerian Newspaper Coverage of Xenophobic Attacks in South Africa PDF
Nigerian Users’ Evaluation of Credibility of Social Media Sites PDF
Ignatius Obi Edogor, Alice Aladi Jonah, Lucky Idowu Ojo 139-150

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