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INFORMATION DISSEMINATION STRATEGIES FOR RURAL COMMUNITIES IN BAYELSA STATE, NIGERIA

CHAPTER ONE

 INTRODUCTION

 Background of the Study 
The concept of information has been generally or universally viewed as a basic resource which all people use to improve their condition of living and is essentially to development process. Aguolu (1989) consider information as embodying interrelated or structured data which are required to enable one to react knowledgeably as well as to take appropriate decisions. It constitutes message of human experience that is, what is transmitted, a signal or stimulus. It assumes a response potential transferred physically or electronically, evaluated or raw, accurate or inaccurate but always sought in an evaluated accurate sense. One of the most common ways to define information is to describe it as one or more statements or facts that are received by a human and that have some form of worth to the recipient or as knowledge communicated or received concerning a particular fact or circumstance. This is indeed, a sense in which one could argue that information has come to represent the prime commodity of the present age. It is now a common place observation that the material prosperity of a nation is linked almost directly to its information wealth and vice versa. The availability and indeed free flow of information through an effective dissemination network represents a necessary pre – condition for the emergence of a crop of well informed citizenry. Meanwhile, a combination of experience and knowledge will most likely bring about knowledge which is quite vital for the health development of any society. This is so much that development and prosperity have come to be as knowledgebase as they are also dependent upon the dissemination and application of different types of information. Producers of knowledge need to disseminate their work. It can be slow and sometimes difficult to transfer evidence into the practice setting, but planning effective dissemination strategies is part of this process. In simple terms, the term dissemination of information is defined as the process of making information available to the public. It can also be defined as the distribution of information. It is usually initiated or sponsored by the government of a country or an agency authorized for the purpose of dissemination of information. The government must not only regulate the quality and quantity of information that it can disseminate to the public but it must also be systematically, disseminated to a selected group of people. The dissemination of information is a one – way process. The disseminated information flows down from the source (an agency of the government) to the target audience (the public). There may be feedback or not from the public. The effectiveness of a given information strategy depends on factors such as the characteristics of the innovation, the target audience, and the information channel. To day, information is conceived as an important resource that contributes immensely towards the development of a nation especially in this era

Project detailsContents
 
Number of Pages94 pages
Chapter one Introduction
Chapter two Literature review
Chapter three  methodology
Chapter  four  Data analysis
Chapter  five Summary,discussion & recommendations
ReferenceReference
QuestionnaireQuestionnaire
AppendixAppendix
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