Availability and Use of Internet by Undergraduate Students of Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma, Nigeria.

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AVAILABILITY AND USE OF INTERNET BY UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS OF AMBROSE ALLI UNIVERSITY EKPOMA, NIGERIA.

SUBMITTED TO THE

DEPARTMENT OF MASS COMMUNICATION
NNAMDI AZIKIWE UNIVRSITY, AWKA

IN

PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF

A MASTER OF SCIENCE DEGREE IN MASS COMMUNICATION
BY
IFIDON, EBAHI D.U.
MATRIC NO 2006126OO5F

SUPERVISOR
PROFESSOR ONUORA NWUNELI

CERTIFICATION

This is to certify that the thesis entitled: Availability And Use Of Internet By Undergraduate Students Of Ambrose Alli University Ekpoma, Nigeria, and submitted by Ifidon, Ebahi D. U. of Matric No. 2006126OO5F for the award of Master of Science in Mass Communication, embodies original work done by her under my supervision.

................................................ ...................................................... Prof. Onuorah Nwuneli Dr. Kate Azuka Omenugha

..................................................................................................... (Dean,School of Postgraduate Studies) (External Examiner)

APPROVAL PAGE
This work titled “Availability and Use of Internet by Undergraduate Students of Ambrose Alli University Students, Ekpoma, Nigeria” was approved by the Department of Mass Communication.

................................................ ...................................................... Prof. Onuorah Nwuneli Dr. Kate Azuka Omenugha

..................................................................................................... (Dean,School of Postgraduate Studies) (External Examiner)

............................................................................................................... Dean, Faculty of Social Sciences

DEDICATION
This thesis is dedicated to my dear parents Professor S. E. and Dr (Mrs) E. I. Ifidon who have shown the greatest love I could ever have asked for. They have been my source of inspiration.

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
My most immense gratitude goes to The Lord Almighty who has provided me with the strength, endurance and resources during the course and for the completion of this MSc program. There are a number of people without whom this thesis might not have been written, and to whom I am greatly indebted Professor Gregory Nwuneli has been the ideal thesis supervisor. His sage advice, insightful criticisms, and patient encouragement aided the writing of this thesis in innumerable ways. His tutelage throughout the programme gave me a different perspective to academics. I remain forever indebted to him. I would also like to thank Dr. Kate Omenugha, the HOD for her firm and constructive criticisms during the course of the programme. I also wish to thank some of my lecturers; Dr Udeze, Mr. Ebeze, and not forgetting Mr. Allen, for their guidance during the masters programme. I will not fail to acknowledge the immense assistance of my class coordinator, Uche Ekwugha. She gave me so much encouragement when I was losing hope; and cheered me on even in the toughest period. I also thank my course mates, they have all been a source of motivation in one way or the other. My loving thanks go to my precious husband, Eguono Ekuerhare for his moral, financial and spiritual support. Though it was a painful period staying apart from each other, I am grateful to the Almighty for giving you to me, a wonderful and true human being, a rare gem in present times. I owe my parents enormous gratitude for their constant encouragement, prayers and reassurance. They have continuously shown me that there is no other path to success than hardwork, perseverance and dedication. I would not have...
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