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Ugandan adolescents’ sources, interpretation and evaluation of sexual content in entertainment media programming
(Taylor and Francis (Routledge), 2016-08-05)
Although mounting evidence in Western nations indicates that entertainment media influence young people’s sexual socialisation, virtually no research has addressed the topic in sub-Saharan Africa. The present study employed ...
Broadcasting governance and development in ‘Museveni's Uganda’
(Taylor & Francis Online, 2015-06-09)
Despite recent developments in technology and globalisation, the broadcast and print media in many countries still run on separate tracks. This article, which is based on qualitative research carried out between 2012 and ...
Mass media, women and public life in Uganda : interrogating representation, interaction and engagement
(University of KwaZulu-Natal, 2017)
This study was motivated by the strides Uganda has made towards the growth of the media and women’s participation in public life. The puzzle is that this increased participation of women in public life is hardly captured ...
(Re)producing cultural narratives on women in public affairs programmes in Uganda
(Journal of African Media Studies, 2019)
Ugandan women have made tremendous strides in public life, and hold strategic positions in politics and policy-making. This increased participation in public life is attributed to Uganda’s focused pro-women constitution ...
Local Governments and Primary Education in Uganda
(Institute of Development Studies, 2017-03)
Decentralisation was one of the major reforms in the 1990s in Uganda, geared towards improving democratic governance and service delivery. However, districts have had variable performance, especially in providing primary ...