– Public Perception of Media Reportage of Population Growth and Its Implication on National Development –
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The need for population checks in any country cannot be over-emphasized. This need becomes very important in a country like Nigeria where people depend on speculations for information in all spheres of life.
It was reported from the latest updated census figures that the population of Nigeria is 167 million. This number is alarming in a country which depend mainly on importation of virtually every need of her citizens and on one source of income.
The social responsibility theory and the perception theory was used in this research work to further explain the role of the media and its effectiveness in bringing the dangers of overpopulation to the government and the public and also to see the public perception of how the media has been reporting the issues of overpopulation and its implication on the nation’s development.
The survey method was used in this study to elicit responses from the 385 respondents generated through probability sampling on their perception of how the media have been able to provide adequate information on population growth and how it affects national development. The data got were presented and analysed using simple charts and tables.
The media have contributed to the growth and development of the society in terms of political, economic, cultural, educational, agricultural and social system, etc.
Fundamentally, media have become an essential part of our life. Moreover, the media played most significant role towards promoting the political, social and economic aspirations of the nation (Uche, 1998). In the context of sustainable development, the press or mass media remains a vital instrument in the realization of nations’ goals.
It is believed that the media motivate the people as well as ensure participation in the growth and developmental process apart from informing and educating members of the society (Adebayo, 2003).
As part of her surveillance role in respect to information and news, the media as instrument of development, is expected to inform and educate members of the society on specific areas of national development.
The reason for media reportage on population programmes and policies in developing societies, such as Nigeria is to make the public understand the need to watch the rapidly growing population and how it affects national development.
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