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International Journal of Advanced Mass Communication and Journalism


2021, Vol. 2, Issue 1, Part A
The press and Nigerian - Cameroun Bakkasi Dispute: A content analysis


Author(s): Sharon Robinson

Abstract: Nigerian-Cameroun the random parcelling of African by Europeans spawned the guest question. Nigeria and Cameroun were normally close neighbours before the arrival of the white man in Africa. As a result, the dispute over Bakassi Landmass started when the two countries began laying claims to the oil-rich region. Bakassi, on the other hand, anticipated a battle with the Cameroun Gendarme's unrelenting assaults on Nigerian inhabitants in the region. The paper's main purpose is to carefully deconstruct press stories on the Nigeria-Cameroun Bakassi issue in order to determine the worth of the nature and extent of such reporting. Content analysis and library research were used as research methodologies. The Vanguard, The Daily Times (outdated), The Watchman, This Day, and Every day Champion were among the papers chosen for the investigations. Jones and Carter developed a built-months study, which we used.

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How to cite this article:
Sharon Robinson. The press and Nigerian - Cameroun Bakkasi Dispute: A content analysis. International Journal of Advanced Mass Communication and Journalism. 2021; 2(1): 35-37.
International Journal of Advanced Mass Communication and Journalism