Broadcast Media in Family Planning Matters in Rural Nigeria : The Ebelle Scenario

  title={Broadcast Media in Family Planning Matters in Rural Nigeria : The Ebelle Scenario},
  author={Osakue Stevenson Omoera},
  • Osakue Stevenson Omoera
  • Published 2011
This study examined the effectiveness of the broadcast media, specifically radio and television in creating and disseminating family planning information on matters of number and spacing of children in rural Nigeria, using Ebelle community in Igueben Local Government Area of Edo State as a study case. To achieve the set task, the paper employed the survey questionnaire method to gather data. Out of the 140 questionnaires administered, 100 were retrieved and analysed, using descriptive… CONTINUE READING
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