Dr Joseph Ekpang II is a renowned Media and Communications Scholar and Electoral Manager, a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Mass Communication, Faculty of Arts, University of Calabar, Calabar.
EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS ATTENDED
1 Mary Knoll College, Okuku-Yala
2. University of Lagos, Akoka-Yaba
3. NUJ/IIJ, Calabar Campus
4. University of Calabar, Calabar
ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS OBTAINED WITH DATES
1. BA ed 1988
2. Diploma in Journalism 1998
3. MA (Media and Communication) 2005
4. PhD (Media and Communication) 2010
University’s official spokesperson, liaison between the University and the media, producing the Unical Information bulletin/University Calendar and general administration of the Unit. General administration of the Production Unit, ensuring smooth running of programmes and maintaining high professional standards CRBC, FM, Calabar
Publications by Joseph Enyia
Globalization and Cultural Imperialism: The Nigerian Experience. In WAACLALS (West African Association for Commonwealth Literature and Language Studies). Calabar. 2008. Vol. 2 No. 2.
The Effects of Media Globalization and Transnational Culture on Africa. In WAACLALS (West African Association for Commonwealth Literature and Language Studies). Calabar. 2008. Vol. 2 No. 2.
Reseacrh Works Done
No Results for Research Works done
No Results for Conferences Attended
No Results for Grants Received