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    • The Art of Oratory in Jurisprudence 

      Lubogo, Isaac Christopher (Jescho Publishing House, 2022)
      Lawyers often speak before adjudicators, city councils, planning commissions, and give talks to civic groups, business executives, or company employees. They even give media interviews on behalf of clients. For certain ...
    • Cannabis and Associated Medicinal Herbs in Uganda 

      Lubogo, Isaac Christopher (Jescho Publishing House, 2022)
      Cannabis is a drug plant. People use the dried leaves, seed oil, and other parts of the cannabis plant for recreational and medicinal purposes. It can have a pleasurable effect and may soothe the symptoms of various ...
    • Legal Personhood of Artificial Intelligence 

      Lubogo, Isaac Christopher (Jescho Publishing House, 2022)
      With the rise of AI, artistic creation of content is no longer a purely human enterprise. Currently works made by AI are considered to be computer assisted or aided works and copyright/patent right is vested in the human ...
    • Compatibility barriers affecting crossability between Solanum aethiopicum and its relatives 

      Namutosi, Winnie; Bulyaba, Rosemary; Nakanwangi, Mildred Julian; Buteme, Ruth; Sseremba, Godfrey; Kizito, Elizabeth Balyejusa (Scientific Journals (Nature), 2022)
      Reproductive barriers are single most important impediment in conventional breeding of Solanum aethiopicum (Shum and Gilo) and its relatives. This study investigated compatibility barriers between S. aethiopicum and its ...
    • The Pyschology of Law 

      Lubogo, Isaac Christopher (Jescho Publishing House, 2022)
      Psychology and law are familiar concepts in the experiment we call life. These concepts are of great importance and concern to Psychologists, political scientists, jurists, sociologists, etc. The frequency with which ...
    • Exorcising the Inexorcible Buganda Ghost: 

      Lubogo, Isaac Christopher (Jescho Publishing House, 2022)
      Exorcising the inexorcible Buganda ghost: Hoodwinked, Dumped, Used and re-dumped; A quest for Buganda's cause for Buganda's independence. Buganda in response to their proposals, were invariably faced either cynical deception. ...
    • Law of Witchcraft in Uganda 

      Lubogo, Isaac Christopher (Suigeneris Publishers, 2022)
      Use of supernatural or magical powers is a prominent phenomenon since antiquity till date. In our latter days, successful businessmen have been accused of amassing illicit wealth through the practice of witchcraft and ...
    • Management of Education Services in Prisons: A Case Study 

      Akirapa, Martha Dianah; Masagazi, Yawe Joel (International Journal of Research and Innovation in Social Science (IJRISS), 2022-05)
      In this paper we assess the management of education services in Uganda prisons, taking a case study of Luzira Upper Prison. Specifically, this study established the kind of education services provided to inmates in Luzira ...
    • Farmers’ selection cues in cowpea for vegetable use in eastern Uganda 

      Kizito, Elizabeth B; Kyebalyenda, T; Nakanwagi, MJ; Sseremba, G; Buteme, R; Kabod, PN1; Odeke; Amayo, R; Runyararo, JR; Egeru, A; Falk, T (African journal of food, agriculture, nutrition and development, 2022)
      A participatory cowpea varietal selection was carried out in Eastern Uganda in the Kumi district among farmers (n=30) in the sub-Counties of Ongino, Kumi and Kanyum. An arange of opinions were collected to identify farmers’ ...
    • The Relationship between Anxiety and Teacher Performance in Private Secondary Schools 

      Tugumisirize, Novious; Masagazi, Joel Yawe (International Journal of Academic Research in Business and Social Sciences, 2021-11-17)
      The main objective was to examine the relationship between anxiety and teachers’ performance in private secondary schools in Mukono Municipality. Headteachers, teachers, Chairman Board of Governors, District education ...
    • Health Crises and Media Discourses in Sub-Saharan Africa 

      Dralega, Carol Azungi; Angella, Napakol (Springer International Publishing, 2022)
      Long before the Covid-19 health crisis, sub-Saharan Africa has and still endures the brunt of many global health crises such as the deadly Ebola virus, HIV/AIDS, cholera and malaria, which have claimed millions of lives. ...
    • Effective utilisation of Library Resources 

      Galinnya, Stephanas (School of Education - Uganda Christian University, 2019-06)
      The major aim of any university library is to support teaching, learning and research activities of its parent institution. University library must therefore, make sure that their resources are well utilized as this is ...
    • How to manage conflict in a Library work place. 

      Galinnya, Stephanas (Library and Information Services - Uganda Christian University, 2018-08)
      Conflict is a scenario where discrepancy in values, attitudes and power rise to a contention and opposition between two or more parties. This is due to increased emphasis on participation, innovation, teamwork, diversity ...
    • Fathers and fatherhood for sons and daughters (Fathering Children) 

      Galinnya, Stephanas (Family Conference - Uganda Christian University, 2019-08)
      Children who have caring fathers in their future cannot become culprits of sexual abuse because of the excellent relationship they have experienced with the influence of their father’s sexual behaviours. Instead mothers ...
    • Assessing the Library and Information Advocacy and Marketing Services: A case study of Uganda Christian University Library 

      Galinnya, Stephanas (Library and Information Services - Uganda Christian University, 2017-08)
      It is acknowledged widely that libraries and archives have for a very long time endure from their image and visibility problems. This is probably why many librarians and archivists now recognise marketing as an essential ...
    • Household-level Fluoride reduction from drinking water using crushed fired clay – proof of concept 

      Wozei, E.; Nasasira, B.; Kugonza, B. (International Formulae Group Journal, 2021)
      Residents of Bunyangabu District in Uganda have reportedly suffered from cases of dental fluorosis due to consumption of water with high levels of Fluoride from Ntabago Stream. A household-level sand filter incorporating ...
    • Sawdust as a filtering media in sludge drying beds 

      Muzoora, David; Ssazipius, Gava Job; Miiro, Maiteki James; Kpange, Sylvia; Babu, Mohammed (International Formulae Group Journal, 2021)
      Conventional wastewater treatment is a common method of domestic wastewater treatment in Sub Saharan Africa. Lubigi wastewater treatment plant (LSTP) in Kampala – Uganda is a unique wastewater treatment system combining ...
    • Assessment of physical conditions and proposed best management practices of domestic storage tanks supplied by a water utility in a rapidly growing City. 

      Wozei, E.; Makoko, E.W. (International Formulae Group Journal, 2021)
      The physical conditions of domestic storage tanks for customers supplied by a water utility were assessed in Kampala, a rapidly growing City in Uganda. A longitudinal assessment of 372 storage tanks in 6 sampled administrative ...
    • Quantitative and mechanistic analysis of impact of novel cassava-assisted improved processing on fluid transport phenomenon in humidity-temperature-stressed bio-derived films 

      Tumwesigye, Kashub Steven; Oliveira, J.C.; Sousa-Gallagher, Maria Jose (European Polymer Journal, 2016)
      Bio-derived films’ realistic performance integrity is ascertained by their resilience in highly stressful storage conditions, a function of its ability to respond timely and manages fluid barrier appropriately. Bio-derived ...
    • Novel Intact Bitter Cassava: Sustainable Development and Desirability Optimisation of Packaging Films 

      Tumwesigye, Kashub Steven; Oliveira, J.C.; Sousa-Gallagher, Maria Jose; Montañez, J. C. (Food Bioprocess Technol Journal, 2016)
      Novel biomaterials and optimal processing conditions are fundamental in low-cost packaging material production. Recently, a novel biobased intact bitter cassava derivative was developed using an intrinsic, high-throughput ...