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  • Area of Specialization: Public Relations, Advertising and Print Journalism.
  • Department of Mass Communication

  • Dr Ben Uwaeru Nwanne was a former Acting Head, Department of Mass Communication, Delta State University, Abraka. He joined the academic services of Delta State University, Abraka after spending close to two decades in private sector experience in print journalism, public relations and advertising. He is a product of the famous Department of Mass Communication (Jackson Building), University of Nigeria, Nsukka, where he was awarded a B.A. Degree. Thereafter, he proceeded to the equally influential Department of Mass Communication, University of Lagos, Akoka-Yaba and earned his M.Sc. and Ph.D. Degrees. His experience in the private sector is invaluable in his teaching, research and administrative responsibilities. As a motivational speaker, Dr Ben Uwaeru Nwanne has several newspaper and magazine articles to his credit. He has also published numerous articles and papers in both local and foreign journals.
    My Publications
  1. Nwanne, B. U (2018) Communication Skills” in General Studies Book of Readings , B. Okaba, N. Okoh, I. S. Ibada, F. Minimah, and P. Asagba (Eds) Institute of Foundation Studies, Federal University Otuoke.
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  2. Nwanne, B. U (2018) “News Commercialization: Implication for Nigeria’s National Development. , Research on Humanities and Social Sciences
    Vol.Vol. 8 (10) Pages:

  3. Nwanne, B. U (2018) Are Nigeria’s Media Positioned for Sustainable Development?, European Journal of Research in Social Sciences (Progressive Academic Publishing)
    Vol.Vol. 6(2) Pages:

  4. Ukala, S and Nwanne, B (2018) The Odyssey of Emmanuel Onyeike Efeizomor II (A Biography) , Ibadan: Kraft Books
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  5. Nwanne, B. U (2017) Media, Democracy and Governance: The Nigeria Experience, Research Journal of Mass Communication and Information Technology
    Vol.Vol. 3(1) Pages: pp24-33.

  6. Nwanne, B. U (2017) “Media Coverage of Political activities Between Objectivity and Partisanship” in N. Nwabueze (Ed). , Journal of Contemporary Development.
    Vol.Vol. 1(1) Pages: pp 109-122

  7. Nwanne, B. U (2017) “Communication, Change Management and People – Oriented Development in Nigeria” in V. T. Jike (Ed). , State and Society. Vol. 3(3) pp. 29-40.
    Vol.Vol. 3(3) Pages: pp 29-40

  8. Nwanne, B. U. and Ofuophu-Biri, E (2017) Conflict Management: Alternative Resolution Spectrum” Peace Studies and Conflict Resolution V. F. Peretomode (Editor in Chief). , V. F. Peretomode (Editor in Chief).
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  9. Nwanne, B. U (2016) Media Youth and Social Values in the 21st Century: The Nigerian Situation” in W. S. Tile (Ed). , Nigerian Sociological Review. Vol.
    Vol.Vol. 7(1) Pages: pp 48-57.

  10. Nwanne, B. U (2016) Essentials of News Reporting and Writing (2nd ed). , Lagos: Broada Publications.
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  11. Nwanne, B. U (2016) Journalism and New Media in Nigeria: Issues, Challenges and Prospects , International Journal of Academic Research and Reflection
    Vol.Vol. 4(3) Pages: pp. 86-92

  12. Nwanne, B. U (2016) Substantiating Public Relations Contributions to Organisational Success in Nigeria’s Banking Sector. , International Journal of International Relations, Media and Mass Communication Studies.
    Vol.Vol. 2(1) Pages: pp 21- 29.

  13. Nwanne, B. U (2015) Media Usage and Abusage in Nigeria’s 2015 Election, Australian Journal of Social Science Research
    Vol. Pages: Part B. p.1

  14. Nwanne, B. U (2015) Functional Public Relations, Abraka: Delta State University Press.
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  15. Nwanne, B. U (2015) Communication and Social Media Use in Nigeria: Order or Ordered Disorder, International Journal of Media, Security and Development.
    Vol.Vol. 2(1) Pages: pp. 184-189.

  16. Nwanne, B. U (2015) Environmental Degradation and the Corporation Social Responsibility of Oil Companies in Nigeria” in Oil Theft, Environmental Degradation and the Reciprocal Responsibilities of Host Communities and the Government in Nigeria. , A Book of Reading, FSS, DELSU Abraka.
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  17. Nwanne, B. U (2014) Media, Environmental Sustainability and National Development in Nigeria. , Berlin: Lambert Academic Publishing
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  18. Nwanne, B. U (2014) Media Reportage of the Ebola Crisis: Lessons from Nigeria, Global Journal of Arts, Humanities and Social Science
    Vol.Vol. 2 (10) Pages: pp. 30 – 38

  19. Nwanne, B. U (2014) The Right to Privacy, the New Media and Human Development in Nigeria, New Media and Mass Communication.
      Vol.Vol. 31 Pages: pp33 – 41

  20. Nwanne, B. U (2014) Another Look at Press Freedom in Nigeria, ” European Journal of Research in Social Sciences.
      Vol.Vol. 2(4) Pages: pp 10 – 20.

  21. Nwanne, B. U (2014) New Media and Marketing Communication in Nigeria: What Prospects?, Journal of Economics and International Business Research (online).
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  22. Nwanne, B. U (2014) Government Propaganda and the fuel subsidy protests in Nigeria: Matters Arising, European Journal of Business and Social Sciences
    Vol.Vol. 2 (10) Pages: pp 117 – 127.

  23. Nwanne, B. U (2013) Perspectives on Community Media and Rural Development in Nigeria, Global Journal of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
    Vol.Vol. 1(4) Pages: pp 53 – 60.

  24. Nwanne, B. U (2013) Media, Environmental Sustainability and National Development in Nigeria , New Media and Mass Communication.
    ........ Vol.Vol. 18 Pages: pp 24 – 30.

  25. Nwanne, B. U (2013) Media, Communication and Sustainable Development in Nigeria: The Way Forward” , Journal of Social and Management Sciences. Vol. 8(4) pp.
    Vol.Vol. 8(4) pp. Pages: pp. 105 – 112.

  26. Nwanne, B. U (2013) History and Development of Journalism in Nigeria: The Zikist Impramatur”. , Journal of Social and Management Sciences.
    Vol. Pages: pp. 59 – 67.

  27. Nwanne, B. U (2012) The Mass Media and Development Communication: Emerging Issues in Nigeria”, Journal of Social and Management Sciences. A Publication of Faculty of Social Sciences, DELSU Abraka.
    Vol.Vol. 7(1) Pages: pp. 61 – 67.

  28. Nwanne, B. U (2012) Media Laws and Ethics in Multicultural Nigerian Environment, The Media, Terrorism and Political Communication in Nigeria, An African Council for Communication Education (ACCE) Publication
    Vol. Pages: pp. 306 – 319.

  29. Nwanne, B. U (2012) “Indigenous / Modern Communication and the Paradox of Development in Nigeria” The Companion to Communication and Development Issues., Department of Communication Arts, University of Uyo.
    Vol. Pages: pp. 237 – 252.

  30. Daramola, A. C. and Nwanne, B. U. (2012) Public Relations as a Management Function in Nigerian Banks” Communication Review, University of Lagos.
    Vol.Vol 6(2). Pages:

  31. Nwanne, B. U (2011) The Role of the Mass Media in Ensuring Credible Elections in Nigeria” in O.D. Awaritefe and C. Ewhrudjakpor (Eds.) , Journal of Social and Management Sciences.
    Vol.Vol. 6 (3). Pages: Pp. 137-143.

  32. Nwanne, B. U (2011) Corruption and Stunted Development in Nigeria: A Mass Communication Discourse”. In O.D. Awaritefe and C. Ewhrudjakpor (Eds) , Journal of Management and Social Sciences Review.
    Vol.Vol. 6 (2). Pages: pp. 71-78.

  33. Nwanne, B. U (2011) “The Aesthetic Impact of Print Journalism on Communication in Nigeria”. In D. Wilson (Ed). , Journal of Media and Aesthetics.
    Vol.Vol. 3 (1). Pages: Pp. 1-15.

  34. Nwanne, B. U (2011) Communication and Democracy: The Role of the Mass Media in Expanding Free Speech in Nigeria, Society and Development, In V.T. Jike
    Vol.Vol. 2 (1,2) Pages: Pp 63-70.

  35. Nwanne, B. U (2010) Advertising Campaign Management, Nigeriana Encyclopaedia of Mass Media and Communication
    Vol.Vol. 3 Pages: pp 153 – 168

  36. Ekeli, E. O. and Nwanne, B. U (2010) Specialized Reporting, Nigeriana Encyclopaedia of Mass Media and Communication: Principles and Practice.
    Vol.Vol. 2 Pages: Pp 107 – 124.

  37. Nwanne, B. U (2010) Sports as Image Making Tool: The 2008 Olympic Games in Focus”. , Babeock Journal of Mass Communication.
    Vol.Vol. 2(2) Pages: pp 115 – 125

  38. Nwanne, B. U (2010) The Role of the Mass media in Attaining Vision 20/2020 in Nigeria” In V.T. Jike (Ed). , Nigerian Sociological Review.
    Vol. Vol. 5 (1). Pages: Pp. 57-67.

  39. Nwanne, B. U (2010) “An Appraisal of the Thematic Concerns in Nigerian Home Video Industry” In N. Okoro (Ed.) , International Journal of Communication. 12 December
    Vol. Pages: pp. 159-169

  40. Nwanne, B. U (2010) African Leadership: Between State Security and Regime Security”. In A.S. Akpotor, A.I. Ohwona and U.A. Igun (Eds). Readings in Homeland Security and Development., A publication of the Faculty of Social Sciences, DELSU Abraka.
    Vol. Pages: pp. 91-98.

  41. Nwanne, B. U (2009) The Media and Conflict Management in the Niger Delta” In D. Wilson (Ed). Communication Approaches to Peace Building in Nigeria, (ACCE Publication).
    Vol. Pages: pp. 224-237

  42. Nwanne, B. U (2008) Become a Better Student (Motivational Booklet for Students), Lagos: Broada Publication
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  43. Nwanne, B. U (2007) Advertising Writing” In D. Wilson (Ed). Introduction to Mass Communication: Principles and Practices. , Uyo: Robertminder International Publishers Ltd.
    Vol. Pages: Pp. 127-142.

  44. Nwanne, B. U (2007) Objectivity: How far can the Journalist Go?”. In N. Okoro (Ed) , International Journal of Communicaiton. No: 6,
    Vol. Pages: pp. 442-450.

  45. Nwanne, B. U (2007) “Organizational/Business Communication in a Globalized World: A Nigerian Perspective”, Ebenezer Soola Conference on Communication: Proceeding.
    Vol. Pages: pp 353-363.

  46. Nwanne, B. U (2006) The Mass Media and the Promotional Mix: The Need for Synergy”. In N. Okoro (Ed). , International Journal of Communication. No. 4.
    Vol. Pages: Pp. 237-246.

  47. Nwanne, B. U (2006) “Communication, Leadership and National Development” In I. Sobowale (Ed) , African Journalism and Communication Review. No. 4.
    Vol. Pages: pp. 237-246.

  48. Nwanne, B. U (2006) Public Relations, Communication and Conflict Resolution in Nigeria: The Niger Delta Question”. In D.G. Omotor, F.A. Sanubi and A.I. Ohwona (Eds)., Readings in Conflict Management and Peace Building.
    Vol.Vol. 1 Pages: pp. 51-68.

  49. Nwanne, B. U. (2006) Speech, Folklore Aesthetics in traditional African Communication, Journal of University Media and Aesthetics
      Vol.2(1) Pages: 11-27

  50. Nwanne, B. U (1997) Success in English (Recommended by Lagos State Ministry of Education, 1998 and Delta State Ministry of Education, 2003). , Lagos: Broada Publication.
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