Assistant Lecturer, Department of Cinematography and Broadcasting Studies, Faculty of Communication and Media Studies.
Female from Rivers State.
Born on the 29th day of March, 1985.
Started working with the University as a Graduate Assistant in 2019.
Married to Chief (Dr.) Chris Samuel Biriowu with four children.
MSc, Communication and Development Studies
BSc, Mass Communication
Biriowu C.S., & Chris-Biriowu, B. T. (2021). Content Analysis: A Reevaluation of known parameters. The American journal of management and economics innovations, 3(2), 17 – 24
Chris-Biriowu, B. T., Okon, G. B. & Dike, H. W. (2020). Print media colorations of feminism and its notions among female lecturers in select South-South universities, Nigeria. International journal of research in Humanities, Art and Literature, 3(2), 49-58.
Biriowu, C. S., & Chris-Biriowu, B. T. (2020). Problem – reaction – solution thesis and covid-19: The impact of public opinion formation on global power, economic and employment relations. International journal of research in humanities, arts and literature, 8(5), 41 – 48
Chris-Biriowu, B. T. & Enyindah, S. C. (2020). Perception of feminism and feminist texts among Nigerian female lecturers in select Rivers state universities. International Journal of Communication and Media Studies, 3(10), 13-22.
Chris-Biriowu, B. T. (2020). The communicativeness of gender and identity formation: The dialectic of women’s representation. International journal of humanities and social sciences. 3(9), 39 – 46.