Women’s political invisibility in Nigeria and need for Deliberate media agenda
Published at Women’s political invisibility in Nigeria and need for Deliberate media agenda Discourse on Media and Women’s (and Minorities) Participation in Politics and Leadership. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
Published in 2011
Oyesomi, K. O. And Oyero, O. S
OYESOMI Kehinde Opeyemi » Dr. OYESOMI, Kehinde Opeyemi, nee Farinde, is a lecturer at the Department of Mass Communication, Covenant University, Ota, Ogun state, Nigeria. Her responsibilities as a lecturer include teaching, advising, project supervision, research and community activities. she teaches Journalism and Public Relations courses. she has the task of developing the content of these courses, identify reading... view full profile
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