SETTING THE AGENDA IN THE NIGERIAN ARMY PUBLIC RELATIONS PRACTICE

Michael Ayang Nzan-Ayang (PhD), Eteng Eloma Usang (PhD)

Abstract


The need for an elaborate and adequate information dissemination in any society, there is the need for advising the commanders on the proactive ways of shaping policies and operations to gain public acceptance and support the study is totally based on secondary source of information. The study conclude that the media play a major role in determining the perception of Nigerians towards Directorate of Army Public Relation DAPR and such utilizing media agenda in cultivating a more positive perception of the military.


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