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The influence of western movies on the moral values of Nigerian students in tertiary institutions

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This project looks at The influence of western movies on the moral values of Nigerian students in tertiary institutions. The research posits that the current trends in moral behaviour of students as observed among Federal Polytechnic students, Imo state is significantly associated with their perception of western moral and exposure to western movies. The assumption that foreign media content has directed powerful effects is shared by optimistic modernization theory. Larner (1962) Rogers (1964) Schramm (1964) and the latter critical perspective of moral and media imperialism. Mcphasil (1981), (1984) Gerbuer (1977). The research applies the theory of immorality along with the moral hypothesis“Defluer and Dennis 1991, Garber 1977, Morgan 1991“explains that immorality of Nigerian students take place as a result of exposure to Western movie reality and alters self-image. From the review of related literature, the following hypothesis emerged for testing. HI: more exposure to movies will tend to the identification of western movie stars as models: The improvement of local movies industries will increase. Nigerian students preference for local movie product. Research hypothesis 1& 2 received statistical support from the analysis of collated data using the survey research method recommendations to check the moral genocide for further research were preferred.

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