Effect Of Computer On The Accounting Profession (a Case Study Of Asaba Aluminium Company Delta State)
This study deal with the effect of the computer to the accountability. It is carried out to the investigate of the various ways in which computer affect the accountant as professional.
Some hypotheses were formulated subject to verification. There are:
1. Computers does not affect on the accounting profession.
2. Computers does not perform task with maximum speed and accuracy that will make the job of the account staff a lot easier,.
3. Computer is not an aid to the accountant.
The basic ways the computer has being of benefit to the accountant and types and generations of computer were extensively discussed. The problems that are usually encountered as a result of the introduction of computer in accounting and other field were also lighted.
Structurally, this chapter one, deals with the introduction of research work. Chapter two, deal with the review of related literature drawn from the textbooks, articles, in newspaper and journals. Chapter three, deals with the statement of the methodology used for the research study. Chapter four deals with data presentation
, analysis and its subsequent interpretation.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Title page ii
Approval Page iii
Table of Contents vii
1.1 Introduction 1
1.2 Statement of the problem 4
1.3 Objective of the study 6
1.4 Research Hypothesis 7
1.5 Significance of the study 9
1.6 Scope of the Study 11
2.1 Meaning of Advertising 12
2.2 Objectives of Advertising 17
2.3 Purpose of Advertising 18
2.4 Forms of Advertising 20
2.5 Functions of Advertising 24
2.6 Relevance of Advertising 28
2.8 Various Types of Advertising 29
Company Profile 34
3.0 Research Methodology 37
3.1 Sources of Data 37
3.2 Population of study 39
3.3 Determination of Sample Size 39
3.5 Selection and Construction of Research 42
3.6 Administration of Research Instrument 44
of Data Analysis 44
3.8 Limitation of the Study 45
Presentation of Data and Analysis 48
Summary of findings, recommendation and conclusion
5.1 Summary of Findings 83
5.2 Recommendation 87
5.3 Conclusion 91