Research

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2017
B. Semujju, Digital Media in Uganda: Where Regulation and Freedom of Expression Contradictions are Sharpest., in Media Law, Ethics, and Policy in the Digital Age. , Hershey, PA. : IGI-Global Publishing, 2017.
B. Semujju, Newsmaking Practices in Uganda: A Comparative Framing Analysis of two Leading Newspapers., in Newsmaking Cultures in Africa: Normative Trends in the Dynamics of Socio-Political & Economic Struggles. , H. M. Mabweazara 2017.
2016
B. Semujju, Advancing a New Model for Community Media, 2016.
G. L. Nassanga, Africa’s rise from the peripheries of the network society: China’s imprint in digitalizing Uganda.China and Telecommunications in Africa. , 2016.
W. Tayeebwa, Airwaves for peace: the conciliatory voices of children on Ugandan radio.. 2016.
S. A. Nakiwala and Mushengyezi, A., Challenges to empowering children as health communicators: Experiences based on a malaria control school programme in Uganda.Media for Children and Young People , 2016.
G. Nassanga, Eide, E., Hahn, O., Rhaman, M., and Sarwono, B., Climate change and development journalism in the Global South. Media and global climate knowledge: Journalism and the IPCC, 2016.
B. Semujju, Community Audio Towers in Uganda., 2016.
W. Tayeebwa, Exploring an Afrocentric Media Business Model: the Case of Ugandan Local Language Media., 2016.
W. Tayeebwa and Orgeret, K. S., Framing peace building: Discourses of United Nations Radio in Burundi.Journalism in Conflict and Post-Conflict Conditions: Worldwide Perspectives, 2016.
W. Tayeebwa, From conventional towards new frames of peace journalism: the Case of Uganda and Burundi.eace, Security and Post-Conflict Reconstruction in the Great Lakes Region. Dakar, Senegal, 2016.
S. A. Nakiwala, From recipients to partners: Children in malaria education in Uganda. Health Education , 2016.
B. Semujju, ICT as an engine for community participation: An assessment of Uganda’s community media., in Human Development and Interaction in the Age of Ubiquitous Technology, H. Rahman IGI-Global Publishing, 2016.
W. Tayeebwa, Impact of Social Media on Traditional Journalism: Challenges and Opportunities for Media Houses in Uganda. , in Assessing the Impact of Social Media on Political Communication and Civic Engagement in Uganda., Kampala: Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung, 2016.
B. Semujju, Introducing Community Audio Towers as an alternative to Community Radio in Uganda, 2016.
S. K. Orgeret and Tayeebwa, W., Journalism in Conflict and Post-Conflict Conditions: Worldwide Perspectives. . Gothenburg: Nordicom., 2016.
C. Ntulume, Justified mission? Press coverage of Uganda’s military intervention in the South Sudan conflict, in Journalism in Conflict and Post-Conflict Conditions: Worldwide Perspectives , W. Tayeebwa and O., K. S. Gothenburg: Nordicom, 2016.
S. A. Nakiwala, Media and Information Literacy among Young People in Uganda: Perceptions of Selected Key Informants. . 2016.
G. L. Nassanga and Rwabu, D., Media and Information Literacy (MIL) Education as a Tool for Inclusive Youth Participation: A Review of Literature on the Status of MIL in Uganda. EACA. 2016.
G. L. Nassanga and Sabiti, M., Perceptions of Chinese presence in Africa as reflected in the African media: Case study of Uganda.Chinese Journal of Communication., 2016.
G. L. Nassanga and Sabiti, M., Perceptions of Chinese presence in Africa as reflected in the African media: Case study of Uganda. . 2016.
G. L. Nassanga, Uganda: Walking the Talk on Climate Change. , 2016.
G. L. Nassanga, Uganda: Walking the Talk on climate change (ClimateMedia network of Researchers – Comparative analysis on media coverage of COP21 – Nov/Dec 2015) , 2016.
S. A. Nakiwala and Semujju, B., Woman’s Business: Feminist Power and its Implications on Uganda’s Malaria Communication Campaign. Feminist Media Studies., 2016.

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