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  • Area of Specialization: Broadcast, Information and communication technology, print and development communication
  • Department of Mass Communication

  • OJI, Majority is a proficient communication scholar with over 15 years of experience in the communication world. He is currently one of the Vice Presidents and Head, South South Zone, of the leading Research Association in Nigeria - Association of Communication Scholars and Professionals of Nigeria (ACSPN). Oji has participated in UNESCO and Ford Foundation Committee and Research Commissions. He has Co-edited scholarly book for international publication. His publications are abstracted in Google Scholar, EBSCO Disovery, SCOPUS, J-Gate, Index Copernicus, Ulrichwebs, DOAJ Directory of Open Journals and a host of others. Dr. Oji is a Senior Lecturer at the Department of Mass Communication, Delta State University, Abraka, Nigeria, where he teaches print and broadcast journalism courses at the undergraduate level; development communication, public opinion, propaganda and disinformation and, quantitative research methods at the postgraduate levels. He holds a Bachelor of Science (BSc) and Master of Science (MSc) degrees in Mass Communication from the University of Lagos, Lagos, Nigeria, and a doctoral (Ph.D) degree in Mass Communication from Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka, Nigeria.
    My Publications
  1. Oji, majority and Paul Bebenimibo (2021) An Examination of Social Media Reportage and Its Impact Towards Promoting School Development in Nigeria: A Study of Success Adegor’s Viral Video, Journal of Education and Social Research/ Richtmann Publishing Vol.11 Pages: 189-203

  2. Oji, Majority and Joshua Erubami (2020) Discourse on Social Media Use and Reading Culture of Nigerian Youths, Academic Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies/Richtmann Publishing; Vol.9 Pages: 105-113

  3. Nkemdilim Patrick IJEH and Majority OJI. (2020) ANALYSIS OF LEVEL AND DIMENSIONS OF NEWSPAPER POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENTS FOR THE 2019 GENERAL ELECTIONS IN NIGERIA., PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology/PalArch Foundation Vol.17 Pages: 5487-5500

  4. Editors: Nosa Owens-Ibie, Majority Oji and Joyce Ogwezi (2019) Fake News and Hate Speech: Narrative of Political Instability, Canada University Press, Concord Ontario, Canada
    Vol.ACSPN Book Series 4 Pages: 293

  5. majority Oji (2019) Democratization of radio broadcasting in Nigeria, An assessment of audience satisfaction in Warri. , Journal of Social and Management Sciences/ Faculty of The Social Sciences, Delta State University, Abraka, Nigeria
    Vol.Vol. 14. No. 2 Pages: Pp. 44-57

  6. Majority Oji (2019) Decoding the news without media literacy knowledge in Nigeria: A study of South South Zone., Media and Communication Review/Journal of School of Communication, Lagos State University, Lagos, Nigeria
    Vol.Vol. 4. No. 1. Pages: Pp. 36-56.

  7. Majority Oji (2019) The use of music as a medium of advocacy for the sustainability of Urhobo Culture and Tradition: A study of Ofua’s oratory and musical expliots in Lai Oso, Rotimi Olatunji, Oladokun Omojola & Sola Oyero (ed.) Beyond Fun: Media Entertainment, Politics and Development in Nigeria. , Malthouse Press Limited: Lagos
    Vol. Pages: Pp. 175-188

  8. Majority Oji (2018) Synthesizing communication and education to promote the wellbeing of organizations in a recessed economy, Delsu Journal Educational Research and Development(DJERD)/Faculty of Education, Delta State University, Abraka, Nigeria
    Vol.Vol. 3. No. 1 Pages: Pp. 153-160

  9. Majority Oji (2018) Government mobilization of public opinion in support of its communicated anti-corruption policies in Umaru Pate (ed.) Media Reflections on Governance and Development in Nigeria, Canada University Pres, Concord Ontario: Canada
    Vol. Pages: pp. 31 -61

  10. Cordinating Head, South South Zone for ACSPN, North Dakota State University, ORBICOM/UNESCO and Ford Foundation research team (2018) Understanding Nigerian Media and Elections Through Research: Analysis of 2015 Presidential Election Campaign Messages, Canada University Press, Concord Ontario, Canada
    Vol. Pages: 255

  11. Majority Oji (2016) Poverty Alleviation Agencies’ Information Campaigns and the Information Gained by the Vulnerable in the Niger Delta, Journal of Global communication/Global communication Research association Vol.Vol. 9. No. 2 Pages: Pp. 65-73

  12. Majority Oji (2014) Mass media and development: Fact file on the role of the media in calling wrongdoers to account in Nigeria, Journal of Social and Management Sciences/ Faculty of The Social Sciences, Delta State University, Abraka, Nigeria
    Vol.Vol. 9. No. 3. Pages: Pp. 41-49

  13. Majority Oji (2011) Peace journalism: Youths’evaluation of Radio Jeremi peace broadcast in the Niger Delta , Nigeria, Fort Hare Papers, Multidisciplinary Journal of the University of Fort Hare/Govan, Mbeki Research and Development Centre, Alice, South Africa
    Vol.Vol. 18 Pages: Pp. 41-49

  14. Majority Oji (2011) Awareness of interpersonal and mediated poverty alleviation communicationsin the Niger Delta, Journal of Global communication/Global communication Research association Vol.Vol. 4. No. 2 Pages: Pp. 95-112.

  15. 7. Oji, M. & Ijeh Nkemdilim Patrick (2011) Information and Communication in the Social Sciences in O.D. Awaritefe and Akpomuvire Mukoro (ed.) Philosophy of the Social Sciences, The Faculty of The Social Sciences, Delta State Univeesity, Abraka, Nigeria
    Vol. Pages: Pp.67.71

  16. Majority Oji (2011) Contemporary trends in journalism practice: From old media to new media, Journal of Social and Management Sciences/ Faculty of The Social Sciences, Delta State University, Abraka, Nigeria
    Vol.Vol. 6. No. 1. Pages: Pp. 7-18

  17. Majority Oji (2010) Convergence of old media in new media: Need for unification of regulatory bodies in Nigeria in Esharenana E. Adomi (ed.), Handbook of Research on Information Communication Technology Policy: Trends, Issues and Advancements., Information Science Reference: Hershey, New York DOI: 10.4018/978-1-61520-847-0.ch006 Vol. Pages: Pp. 78-88

  18. Majority Oji (2010) Radio/Tv News Writing and Production in Nigerian Encyclopedia of Mass Media and Communications Technological Imperatives, Stirling-Horden Publishers: Ibadan
    Vol.Volume 4 Pages: Pp.227-239

  19. Majority Oji and Beatrice Okonkwo (2009) The EFCC and the emergence of 2007 presidential candidates in Nigeria: A critical analysis of political communication of principal actors, Journal of Social Policy and Society/ duncan Science Company
    Vol.Volume 4 No. 1 Pages: Pp.20-27

  20. Majority Oji (2009) Niger Delta Indigenes Participation in Conflict Management, through Involvement in Development Programmes in Des Wilson (Ed) Communication Approaches to Peace Building in Nigeria, African Council for Communication Education, Uyo, Nigeria
    Vol.. Pages: Pp. 433-455

  21. Majority Oji (2008) The mass media: A potent Instrument for the development of the Niger Delta, Journal of Development Alternatives and Area Studies/,5&cluster=8892429564193451147 Vol.Vol. 27, No. l& 2 Pages: Pp. 229-242

  22. Omenugha, Kate Azuka and Majority Oji (2008) News commercialization, ethics and objectivity in journalism practice in Nigeria: Strange bedfellows?, Estudos Em Communicacao Communication Studies. Vol.Speicial No. 3 Pages: Pp. 13-28

  23. Majority Oji (2008) The Niger Delta problematic: A theoretical paradigm on an inclusive participatory approach to development, Nigerian Sociological Review/Nigerian Sociological Society
    Vol.Vol. 3 (1&2) Pages: Pp. 115-124

  24. Majority Oji (2007) A study of mass media impact on HIV/AIDS awareness and knowledge in Avwraka, The Nigerian Journal of Communication/African Council for Communivcation Education (ACCE).
    Vol.Vol. 6 (1&2) Pages: Pp.242-255

  25. Majority Oji (2007) Comparative media systems: A global view of press freedom, International Journal of Communication: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Communication Studies/Communication Studies Forum
    Vol.Vol. 6 Pages: Pp.414 - 432

  26. Majority Oji (2007) Violence in the Nigerian society: A pedagogical insight, Nigerian Sociological Review/Nigerian Sociological Society
    Vol.Vol. 2 (1) Pages: Pp.146-153

  27. Majority Oji (2007) Expectations, reality and prospects in a deregulated broadcast industry in Nigeria”. In Des Wilson (Ed.) Introduction to Mass Communication: Principles and Practice”. , Minder International Publishers: Uyo
    Vol.Vol. 2 (1) Pages: Pp.57-75

  28. Majority Oji (2007) Communication for development in a globalized world: An Evaluative Study of Radio Jeremi (JFM 95.1) Peace Broadcast in the Niger Delta in Mojaye, E. M. V., Salawu A., Oyewo, O.O., M’Bayo, R and Sobowale, A (Eds.) Globanizaion and Development Communication,, Ibadaan University Press.: Ibadan
    Vol. Pages: Pp. 375-384.

  29. Majority Oji (2007) Understanding the marketing communication processing in GSM advertising in Nigeria in Nwosu I. E. (Ed.) Public Relations: Insight from Nigeria, Ezu Books Ltd, Enugu
    Vol. Pages: Pp. 243-255.

  30. Majority Oji (2006) Communication and conflict resolution: The peace media initiative, International Journal of Communication: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Communication Studies/Communication Studies Forum
    Vol.No. 5 Pages: Pp. 119-132.