Culture: the way of life of a group of people. At least so I was taught in Social studies class some donkey years ago. However, this term has over the years sprung up one too many semantics. Some have come to terms with an ideology that wherever people live, work and often share similar interest, […]Read More #HaveyouHeard! Naija has a Hotel Culture.
As we experience a paradigm shift from times when every young person’s dream was to become a 9-5iver to times when our jobs expect us to work round the clock. Times when the jobs our parents do/did for a living seems to go extinct as we embrace what social researchers have termed the era of […]Read More iBrand… Do You?
While thinking of the right way to go about my research topic, some African pastors have been trending on social media with their odd miracles. From those who asked members to eat grass, to those who use live snakes for miracles, then to those who beat up and inflict scars on children in the name […]Read More African Pastors and their weird miracles
Hi folks, missed me? I sure missed writing for a bit. I needed to take a break from theories until the thought of dissertation bumped into me again. I am sure by now (that is if you read and watched the previous blog) you know what my research topic is going to focus on. In […]Read More …Single at 51?
Hi there, my name is Tolu Akintaro Welcome to my digital profile story. my journey through research as a master’s student in Communication,culture and media started with my first day in media research class where I was first told to think of a research topic for my dissertation- I was a late enrollee so for […]Read More Digital Story
After months of planning, travelling, calling for meetings, making presentations, sometimes tormenting my teammates just to get things done as soon as possible. We finally had to bring everything to an end on the 12th of July 2016. Still confused on what I am talking about? I am talking about the media exhibition from our […]Read More #CheckPoint is #CounterPoint
While in Berlin, i saw so many things, people and activities that reminded me of Abuja, Nigeria. It seems to me that both cities have a lot in common . from the street names (streets in Berlin were named after heroes ad activist during the Berlin war, the streets of Abuja were named after all […]Read More #BerlinMemoirs: Comparing Abuja to Berlin
From Art critic Emilie Trice who calls it ‘the graffiti Mecca of the urban art world’ [though her statement is contested by other art critics], to UNESCO referring to it as the city of Design,then to various tourist admitting it is the most ‘bombed’ city in the whole of Europe. The city of Berlin cannot be […]Read More #BerlinMemoirs: wir lieben Straßenkunst
*In Ariana Grande’s Voice* We are going on a summer holiday….. Err… I wish that were the case. My team and I are taking a research trip to Hitlers city. Yep! Berlin here we come! Our purpose of travelling is to relate various theories we have learnt in class to the history, culture and space […]Read More #BerlinMemoirs
Let’s have a little nostalgia moment or like the social media lingo, a throwback. Remember the days when you visited a museum, reserve or art gallery for the first time and you left with a ‘kind of unexplainable feeling’ of euphoria and enthusiasm. Well… unfortunately, or fortunately (depends on how you see it) that memory […]Read More B.Walters Aura