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Dr. Charles Asuquo effiong

Lecturer 1
Theatre and Media Studies
charleseffiong@unical.edu.ng

Charles Effiong has a Ph.D degree in Media Studies with bias in Media Aesthetics and Critical Theory. He also has deep interest in film criticism as well as Theatre professionalism. He has published in both local and international journals including chapters in books. He is a member of Society of Nigerian Theatre Artists.

“Globalization, Multiculturalism and the Nigerian Media”.

Theatre Studies Review (TSR): Journal of Theory, Criticism, Aesthetics, Administration, History and Practice of Theatre Arts.7.2 (2011) 32 – 45.


“Synergistic structure of Audio-visual Demands for Effective Communication on Stage and Television”.

Akwa Ibom State University Journal of Arts (AKSUJA).1. (January – December, 2014. 63-78.


“A Critical Application of Plato’s Aesthetics in Nigerian Films”.

Ifiok: Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies.1.1 (July 2014). 132 – 141.


“Changing the Tone: Nigerian Films and the Nation’s Reform Agenda”.

ASTR –African Theatre Studies Review: A Journal of Theory, Criticism, Aesthetics, Administration, History and Practice of Theatre Arts. 7.1. (June, 2015). 5 – 10.


“Interrogating the Creativity and Effectiveness of the Nigerian Media in a Democratic System”.

Sankofa: Journal of the Humanities. 4.1 (June 2015). 53 – 76.


“Media Marketing: The Theatre in Perspective”.

WAACLALS: West African Association for Commonwealth Literature and Language Studies. 3.2 (2005) 89 – 97.


“Theatre Practice in Nigeria: Surveying the Past and the Present”.

Ifiok: Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies. 2.1. (July, 2015). 30 – 39.


“The Aesthetics of Multiculturalism in Nollywood”.

Nigerian Theatre Journal: A Journal of the Society of Nigerian Theatre Artist. 15. (2015). 85-99.


“Developing Theatre Professionalism in Nigeria”.

JOTAM: Journal of Theatre and Media Studies. 1.2. (2016).


“Media Criticism and Agenda Setting for Effective Leadership: An Appraisal of Nollywood Productions”.

Nigerian Theatre Journal: A Journal of the Society of Nigerian Theatre Artist. 17. 1. (2017). 28-37.


“Nigerian Popular Films: Copyright and Originality”.

LAWTI: A Journal of Contemporary Research. 14. 3. (September 2017). 191-204.


“Between Nollywood and Cultural Values: A Search for Authentic Global Medium in Democratic Nigeria”.

Ndunode: Calabar Journal of Humanities. 13.1. (January 2018). 292-299.


“Social Consequences and Dramatic Aesthetics in Effiong Johnson’s The Fight Has Just Begun”.

Ikoro: Journal of Contemporary African Studies. 14.1/2. (February 2018). 88-95.


“Nigerian Popular Films: Copyright and Originality”.

LAWTI: A Journal of Contemporary Research. 14. 3. (September 2017). 191-204.

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