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    • Climate change in Ugandan media: A ‘Global Warming’ of journalism ethics 

      Semujju, Brian (Journal of African Media Studies, 2013)
      The idea of climate change has reached a contentious breaking point at an interna¬tional level where its major causes, existence and intensity are separating informed minds. This article is an examination of the four major ...
    • Community Audio Towers in Uganda 

      Semujju, Brian (3CMedia, 2016-05)
      While community broadcasting has been documented for aiding development in the Global South, communities in Uganda engage in narrowcasting and share information using Community Audio Towers (CATs). This challenges our ...
    • Frontline Farmers, Backline Sources: Women as a tertiary voice in climate change coverage 

      Semujju, Brian (Routledge (Taylor and Francis), 2015)
      Gender meaning construction and interpretation, which suggest women’s inferiority to men, is deeply rooted in social-cultural signs and codes drawn from traditional contexts. In Uganda, girls start to face this reality at ...
    • Introducing Community Audio Towers as an alternative to community radio in Uganda 

      Semujju, Brian (Journal of Alternative and Community Media, 2016)
      Community radio started as an alternative to commercial media. The need for an alternative was clear, with many societal voices unrepresented, indicating the domination of the means of mental production by a few. This ...
    • Participatory media for a non-participating community: Western media for Southern communities 

      Semujju, Brian (Sage publications, 2014)
      This paper draws on the contrast between community media and the nature of its communities in Africa that are not participatory but use participatory media. The general contention is that participatory media in Africa ...
    • The structure of news in Community Audio Towers 

      Semujju, Brian (Journal of African Media Studies, 2017)
      This article draws attention to the current sensational modernist conceptualization of news as conflict and prominence to argue that news among the poor be understood as activities happening in a village. Findings obtained ...