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Chiejina (1981) discovered that people depended heavily on traditional information sources like the village gong-man, the drum and ______?

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What is considered as a ‘memory’ of a collective people?________

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For ‘Ozo’ title holders in Igbo land, the most important symbol of the
ancestors is?__________

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The public realm is regarded as the_______of men

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In Nigeria, Courier chiefs serves as _______

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According to Mede (1998) the information or messages from the diviners
help in?________

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How is information in Folk media transmitted from generation to generation?________

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In some literature, venueoriented communication is also referred to as?
________

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The following are examples of community based organizations, except_______

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Nigeria is made of how many ethnic groups? ________

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According to Ogwezzy (1983), the quickest and widest way of relaying news in the traditional way is through?________

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In Africa, arts provides a_____
function

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One of these is true about myths_______

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__is a communication
strategy used to bring
people together to sensitize
them on particular issues
affecting their societies

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Information from Town criers are disseminated in what way?________

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__is a series of adjustments by indigenous people to new ideas from immediate
localities

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Ibagere in 1994 described dreams as ?_________

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From a historical
perspective, the reason for
adoption of foreign culture
is attributed to_____

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A short story that teaches a moral lesson is known as ?_________

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Stories from ancient times about people and events which may be true or untrue are called?________

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Folklores, parables and proverbs are considered as what in Nigeria?________

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Akpan (1977) described the traders in a market place as_

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In looking at communication for development in Africa, conception, __________design and implementation
must begin with Africans

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All over the world, names function as ?_______

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People in Legends in most cases seem to have _________

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The position of the ‘gbohungbohun’ in Yoruba land is in most cases?_________

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The worship of departed relatives who are believed to have become powerful
spirit beings is called? ________

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Extra-mundane communication can also be referred to as ?_______

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The exchange of information between two or more people with the ultimate aim of reaching agreement over issues is known as_____________

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Witty sayings said in verses that are meant to deliver strong messages are known as?__________

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In indigenous communication, other than human beings what else communicates?_________

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The way a person deals with another is a manifestation of the person’s _________

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Olusanya and Olorude (1994) also stated that names function as?_______

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The operations of natural and assumed kinship grouping is referred to as?
_________

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Okigbo in 2004 identified two publics as civic and primordial. This means that_________

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Drama in the colonial period was used along ordered and_____________processes

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Each particular language in the world is a ____________ of a particular group of people

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From a contemporary perspective, what is responsible for the adoption of foreign pop culture?_________

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_communicate and tell stories about people and events at the same time at christening?

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According to Akpabio(2003) Extra-mundane communication can be divided into how many groups?_______

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___________title among the Igbos admits a mature, industrious and capable
adult male to the folds of elders?

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What role do the traditional announcers play in the traditional communication system?_________

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According to Oreh (1980) myths are usually?__________

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An institutionalized activity occurring at a definite place and involving the meeting people there at a particular is known as__________according Hodder (1964)

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The traditional media is __________oriented

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When a supernatural being through its agents communicates directives to its priests, this is known as ?________

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One of the following is an example of top-down communication______

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In modern times traditional
media of communication
exist mainly in

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The mode in which communication is between two or more minds are affected through other means apart from the known channel of senses is called?_______

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Africans rely more on informal networks of kinship structure and sectional interest when what happens?_________

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