Role of Vernacular FM stations in National Cohesion and Intergration in Kenya Report as inadecuate




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Abstract

In a development context, media has been characterized as innovator and mobiliser of positive transformation and this research dissertation has been written to establish the extent to which Kenyan media institutions, vernacular FM stations, have enhanced national cohesion and integration of the Kenyan society.

The NCIC, a government statutory body, has been tasked with the major objective of promoting and ensuring the cohesion and integration, is achieved. There has been in depth association of this body and the media fraternity in Kenya and more so the local vernacular FM stations in the study.

The methodology in this research gives the style, tools of collecting data from the respondents who were chosen from the specific vernacular Fm stations. The data presentation was done by use of SPSS software and depicting tabular and graphical presentation.

The summary of findings in chapter five critically looks at the diagrammatic and tabular presentation for the easy use of the would be disseminator with a compressive conclusion



Item Type: MPRA Paper -

Original Title: Role of Vernacular FM stations in National Cohesion and Intergration in Kenya-

English Title: Role of Vernacular FM stations in National Cohesion and Intergration in Kenya-

Language: English-

Keywords: Media, National Integration, Kenya, FM Stations, Peace-

Subjects: I - Health, Education, and Welfare > I0 - General > I00 - GeneralI - Health, Education, and Welfare > I2 - Education and Research Institutions > I28 - Government PolicyY - Miscellaneous Categories > Y4 - Dissertations unclassified > Y40 - Dissertations unclassifiedZ - Other Special Topics > Z0 - General-





Author: Namasaka, Martin

Source: https://mpra.ub.uni-muenchen.de/61297/



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