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Title: Role of Television in Achieving Education Goal in Kawempe Division A Case Study of UBC Television:
Authors: Basheija, Enock
Keywords: Education Goal
UBC Television:
Achieving
Roles
Issue Date: Sep-2016
Publisher: Kampala International University, Colleges of humanities and social sciences
Abstract: This study was on impact of television on education case study of Ubc Tv in Kampala . The overall aim was to examine effect of television on education, identify the challenges faced by television s as a source of education information and establish solution to challenges which affects televisions and the overarching research question was what is the role of television on education? what is the effect of television on education? What are the challenges faced by televisions as a source of education information? and What are the solutions to challenges which affects television and education ? The findings of this study shows that 41.6% of the respondents who strongly agreed that television Provide a mechanism for enabling individuals, groups, and communities to tell their own stories 3 3.3% agreed and 25% of the respondents, strongly disagreed television acts as a vehicle for the community and voluntary sector had 50% of the respondents who strongly agreed, 16.6% agreed. 33.3% strongly disagreed . television give a voice to people who do not have access to mainstream media had 33.3% of respondents who strongly agreed ,41.6% of the respondents agreed, 25% of respondents strongly disagreed. Media shapes and reflects the national character in all its diversity, had 25% of the respondents strongly agreed, 43.3% agreed, 31.6% of the respondents strongly disagreed ,on the impacts 8.3%) responded that the television have affected positively on education development while only [16.7%] said no and 25% were not sure. Expansion of television had 50% of the respondents strongly agreed, 3 3.3% agreed 16.6% of the respondents strongly disagreed. Favorable Strategies for television Broadcasting had 53.3% of the respondents who strongly agreed, 33.3% of the respondents, agreed, 13.3% strongly disagreed. Journalism Education had 58.3% of the respondents strongly agreed, 33.3% of the respondent agreed, 8.3% of the respondents strongly disagreed. In Oder to enable television to develop education and challenges faced by television, 33 .3% of the respondents who strongly agreed that Skilled Manpower was lacking, 25% agreed, 41.6% of the respondents, strongly disagreed. Power shortage had 50% of the respondents who strongly agreed, 33.3% agreed. 16.6% strongly disagreed. Competition had 41.6 % of respondents, who strongly agreed, 33.3% of the respondents agreed, 25% of respondents strongly disagreed. Leadership difficulties had 25% of the respondents strongly agreed, 43.3% agreed, 31.6% of the respondents strongly disagreed Conclusions it is clear that both the television editors and the listeners have the same perceptions about the developmental role of television in education .In some cases, they disagree on the degree and form of participation or interaction between the rural areas and the television and in recommendation Good power system
Description: A Research Report Submitted to College of Humanities and Social Science in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Award of a Bachelor’s Degree in Mass Communication at Kampala International University
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12306/4861
Appears in Collections:Bachelors Degree in Mass Communication

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