Dr. Tesunbi holds a Ph.D (Howard) in Communications (specializing in Advertising). He heads Communication and Mulitmedia Program at the American University of Nigeria, Yola, Nigeria


Publications:
How much of the British Culture spilled over into Nigerian Advertising? A Historical Analysis

The paper profiles the degree to which Britain “convinced” one of the most famous, former colonial outposts, Nigeria, to be like the British in commerce and economic activities.

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An Exploratory Overview of African Media Representation of Homosexuality: Lessons from Nollywood

This paper examines the role of Nollywood (Nigerian cinema) and newspapers in brokering a dialog on homosexuality. It insists that homosexuality is gaining prominence on Nigeria’s media.

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The Cultural Implications of the Portrayal of Females in Newspaper Advertising: Lessons from Nigeria

The study documents the dominant women spokesmanship portrayal types in Nigerian advertising, thus providing an understanding of their substantive roles in modern African societies.

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The Relationship between Media Use and Political Knowledge and Behavior: A Survey of Students of the First American-styled University in Sub-Saharan Africa

The study sought to know the effect of media, specifically the Internet and print media, on the political knowledge, action and interest of youth.

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