Nneji Writes Textbook about New Media Use and Social Change

February 13, 2017 Posted by: admin

Emanuel Nneji (Communication) has written a new communication textbook, “Communication Empowerment in the Information Age,” which will be published and distributed by Linus Learning Publishers (New York).

Nneji’s area of academic interest revolves around the communication of social change and development.

Communication Empowerment,” as stated in its summary, is a comprehensive source of insight into the mechanisms of social media interaction between diverse social groups within our society in the last two decades. The book provides an overview of new media use differences in ethnicity, gender, class, religion, as well as the geographical origins of individuals who can greatly influence our society’s system of values, beliefs and stereotypes.

The book is based on Nneji’s extensive research and covers a wide range of topics related to communication notions as culture, power, social change, stratification, crime, inequality, social interaction, and social structure, among others.

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