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Comfort BULUS

Comfort Bulus

Teacher

SPECIALIZATION

COMMUNICATION THEORY & RESEARCH DIGITAL MEDIA/COMMUNICATION SOCIAL MEDIA

INSTITUTIONS ATTENDED AND QUALIFICATIONS WITH DATES

  • University of Jos, Jos, Plateau State PhD. (Mass Comm.)In View
  • University of Jos, Jos, Plateau State M.A. (Mass. Comm.) 2011-2013
  • University of Jos, Jos, Plateau State B.A. (Theatre Arts) 1997-2001
  • Baptist High School, Jos, Plateau State WAEC 1991-1996

PROJECT/THESES SUPERVISION

  • KWASAU, DORCAS TIMOTHY (UJ/2012/AR/0288). Advertising And Children’s Food Habit, A Focus On Instant Noodles: A Case Study Of Prince And Princess Academy. Unpublished B.A. Project, University of Jos.
  • NICODEMUS BOKA (UJ/2012/AR/). Communication Patterns Between The Nigerian Police And The Public In Crime Prevention: Assessment Of The Plateau State Command. Unpublished B.A. Project, University of Jos
  • RANSA MIRIAM ISHMAILA (UJ/2011/AR/0100). Assessing The Influence Of Foreign Programming On Local Television Stations: A Case Study Of Plateau Radio Television Corporation (P.R.T.V.C.) And Silverbird Television In 2014. Unpublished B.A. Project, University of Jos.
  • SUNDAY EDEBOR (UJ/2011/AR/0528). An Assessment Of Media’s Role (Television) In The Campaign Against Drug Abuse In Plateau State. Unpublished B.A. Project, University of Jos
  • DORIS AKUTSE GARBA (UJ/2011/AR/0125). An Assessment Of The Influence Of NASCO Group Of Companies’ Corporate Social Responsibility Programmes On Consumers Patronage In Jos, Plateau State. Unpublished B.A. Project, University of Jos.
  • JA’AFARU, SHARIFATU GAGO (UJ/2011/AR/0095). Information And Communication Technology (I.C.T.) As A Tool For News Gathering Among Journalists In Jos, Plateau State. Unpublished B.A. Project, University of Jos.

RESEARCH

  • Access And Use Of Social Networking Sites For Information Sharing Among University Of Jos Students, M.A. Dissertation, 2013.2018 -
  • Drama as a Tool for Conscientization: A Case Study of Iyorwuese Hagher’s “Lifetimes”, Undergraduate Research Project, 2001.2015 - 2016

Skills

COMPUTER LITERATE90%
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