Journalism and Mass Communication Project Topics

CODEPROJECT TITTLE
JMC01The Effects of Violent Television Content on Youths in the University of Buea
JMC02READERS PERCEPTION OF PHOTOGRAPHS IN NEWSPAPERS
JMC03AN ASSESSMENT OF PRESS FREEDOM IN CAMEROON: CASE STUDY OF THE MEDIA IN BUEA
JMC04NEWS DEPENDENCY AMONGST UNIVERSITY OF BUEA STUDENTS: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF TELEVISION AND NEWSPAPERS
JMC05INFLUENCE OF RADIO PROGRAM AND FAMILY PLANNING CAMPAIGN ON YOUNG COUPLES IN MOLYKO, BUEA CAMEROON
JMC06CHALLENGES OF TECHNOLOGY AS A TOOL OF LEARNING AND COMMUNICATION IN THE UNIVERSITY OF BUEA CAMEROON
JMC07HOW WESTERN HABITS INFLUENCE UNIVERSITY STUDENTS’ BEHAVIOR IN CAMEROON
JMC08EFFECTIVENESS OF NON-VERBAL COMMUNICATION ACROSS CULTURES IN CAMEROON
JMC09THE EFFECTS OF WATCHING VIOLENT TELEVISION CONTENT AND PROGRAMS ON YOUTH’S TENDENCY TOWARD VIOLENCE IN BUEA MUNICIPALITY CAMEROON
JMC010Investigating reasons for male prevalence in the journalism profession in Cameroon
JMC011The influence of western television programs on the cultural values of the Cameroonian youths
JMC012Media credibility in crisis situations: the case of social media and the Cameroon Anglophone crisis
JMC013The role of peace journalism in resolving the Cameroon Anglophone crisis
JMC014Mobile Network Consumption in Buea Case Study MTN and ORANGE
JMC015JMC students’ participation in the production of the chariot radio and the chariot newspaper
JMC016Social Media (Facebook and WhatsApp) Interaction among the Students and Lecturers in the University of Buea
JMC017communicating on health crisis pandemic: information the student in the university want about the virus and vaccine
JMC018THE IMPACT OF TELENOVELAS ON THE SOCIALS LIFE AND ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF STUDENTS
JMC019NEWSPAPERS READERS PERCEPTION OF THE USE OF IMAGES IN LOCAL NEWSPAPERS IN BUEA
JMC020The Effects of Westernization in Africa with the University of Buea as a case study
JMC021THE USE OF WHATSAPP IN THE TEACHING AND LEARNING PROCESS IN THE UNIVERSITY OF BUEA: OF THE DEPARTMENT OF JOURNALISM AND MASS COMMUNICATION
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