THE EVOLUTION OF TRADITIONAL COMMUNICATION MECHANISM IN THE BABUNGO FUADOM, 1889-1990.
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This study examines the evolution of traditional communication mechanisms in Babungo Fuadom from 1889 to 1990. The study sets out to show that; traditional communication mechanisms were never uprooted by western communication mechanisms. To achieve this broad aim, the study made use of primary, secondary and tertiary sources. Oral interviews and archival materials were blended with a wealth of information from textbooks, journal articles and internet materials to make the arguments sound and objective. In presenting the data gotten from the field, the study adopts the chronological and thematic methods of data presentation. Equally, qualitative and quantitative instruments of data analysis are employed. In this light the study uses maps, plates and tables to present and illustrate data on the evolution of traditional communication mechanism in Babungo Fuadom. Findings reveal that the introduction of western communication mechanisms never led to the extinction of the traditional communication methods. Rather it set in a new phase in their evolution and resilience. However, western communication mechanisms gained more influence and became popular particularly in schools and churches.