Traditional Systems of Communication in Modern African Development An Analytical Viewpoint

@inproceedings{Wilson1987TraditionalSO,
  title={Traditional Systems of Communication in Modern African Development An Analytical Viewpoint},
  author={Des Wilson},
  year={1987}
}
This paper makes a case for the utilization of traditional systems of communication in the development process. The paper underscores the usefulness of traditional systems of communication by noting that they are instrumental in the mobilization of people at the grassroot level for community development and national consciousness; the enlightenment of people in cultural, political, health, and other programmes leading toward self-actualization; public entertainment through arts, cultural… CONTINUE READING

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