Ikechukwu Williams Eke
American University of Nigeria
B.A. (Mass Communication); M.A. (Communication and Language Arts). Eke earned an MA in Communication & Language Arts from the University of Ibadan in 2012 and a BA in Mass Communication from the Ebonyi State University, Abakaliki, in 2005. Prior to joining AUN in the spring of 2014, he worked as a reporter, copy-editor, book editor, and guest columnist. His research interests include journalism, literary journalism, and critical writing and reviewing. He has published some scholarly articles and the book, “Uses and Gratification in Newspaper Columns: A Thematic and Functional Analysis of Readers’ Reactions to Mike Awoyinfa’s 'Press Clips'.” An essayist, Eke writes weekly blog posts on www.inkwellwords.net.
Eke, W.I (2014) “Uses and Gratifications in Newspaper Columns: A Thematic and Functional Analysis of Readers’ Reactions to Mike Awoyinfa’s Press Clips” International Journal of Liberal Arts and Social Science Vol. 2 No. 9, pp. 156-165.
Eke, W. I (2014) “Brown Envelope Syndrome and the Future of Journalism in Nigeria” International Interdisciplinary Journal of Scientific Research Vol. 1 No. 1, pp. 148-156.