The Rhetoric of Globalization and Communication Education in Nigeria: Issues, Prospects and Challenges

  • P Esuh


This paper attempts an assessment of the various conceptual projections for the evaluation of the supposed derivations of globalization. The many scholastic discourses and some obviously identifiable fallacies are measured from rhetorical standpoint. The dictates of globalization suggest that every nation needs to participate in the global market. Only the nation with adequate manpower and communication expertise can comfortably participate, otherwise it would be left behind. The baseline is the eestructuring of not only the socio-economic actualities, but  communication education, especially ICTs in our tertiary institutions and the secondary education level.

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