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2021
W. Tayeebwa, African Movements: From the Continent, within the Continent, between Countries – The Case of Uganda, in Reporting on Migrants and Refugees: Handbook for Journalism Educators, vol. 202-207, 2021.
W. Tayeebwa, The Arduous Quest for Media Accountability in Uganda, in The Global Handbook of Media Accountability, IN PRINT., London: Routledge, 2021.
W. Tayeebwa and Kayiira, R., COVID-19 and the Economic Downturn of the Indigenous Press in Uganda, in Decolonisation Pathways: Coloniality and COVID-19 Responses in Africa, IN PRINT., Kampala: Uganda Martyrs University Press, 2021.
R. Madoi Nasaba and Nakiwala, A. Sembatya, Is we they? A cross-cultural study of responses to Covid-19 updates in Uganda, Kenya and Rwanda, 2021.
2020
M. Kyomuhendo and Nassanga, G., Beyond Diagnosis: Framing Family Planning in Uganda’s Print Media. Mawazo, Vol 14, No.1 (June 2020), pp.41-59., 2020.
I. Nathanael Lukanda, Cultural values and modern media as drivers of science communication, in Communicating Science: A Global Perspective, Canberra, Australia: ANU Press, 2020.
G. Walulya and Nassanga, G. L., Democracy at stake: Self-censorship as a self-defense strategy for journalists. Orgeret, K. & Tayeebwa, W. (eds) Special Issue: Rethinking Safety of Journalists. Media and Communication, 8 (1) 5–14. , 2020.
F. Kakooza, Nakiwala, A. Sembatya, and Kazibwe, S., Female Journalists: Negotiating Safety and Security Risks in the Ugandan Media Environment. African Journal of Communication, 3(1), pp. 45-63, 2020.
A. S. Nakiwala and N. Selnes, F., Gender in journalism education: addressing shortfalls in male students’ enrolment at a media department in Uganda. Journalism Education, 9(2), 43-53., 2020.
A. S. Nakiwala and N. Selnes, F., Gender in journalism education: addressing shortfalls in male students’ enrolment at a media department in Uganda, 2020.
M. Kyomuhendo and Semujju, B., “I Fear to Use Family Planning” How Communication Campaigns Reinforce Family Planning Misconceptions in Uganda. Health and New Media Research, Vol.4, No.1, 2020, pp. 69-100. . 2020.
W. Tayeebwa, Introduction: Rethinking Safety of Journalists, in Special Issue of Media and Communication, vol. 8, 1 vol., 2020, pp. 1-4.
A. Sembatya Nakiwala, Risk perception and negotiation of safety among Ugandan female journalists covering political demonstrations, in Journalist Safety and Self-Censorship , 1st ed., vol. 1, Routledge , 2020, pp. 130-147.
S. A. Nakiwala and Kakooza, F., Social Media for communicating health information in Uganda: constraints and practical suggestions for developing countries, 2020.
A. S. Nakiwala and Kakooza, F., Social media for communicating health information in Uganda: Constraints and practical suggestions. Health & New media Research. , 2020.
2019
R. Madoi Nasaba, Arithmetic of the Sound of Silence: Adding, Subtracting and taking back Women's Voices in Media Spaces, 2019.
W. Tayeebwa, Bridging Gaps, Building Futures: Global journalism and local practices, in Sharing Knowledge, Transforming Societies: The Norhed Programme 2013-2020, 2019, pp. 83-104.
G. L. Nassanga, Empowering rural farmers in Africa to improve their livelihood through effective environment risk communication: Case study Uganda., in Bamutaze, Y; Kyamanywa, S.; Singh, B. R.; Nabanoga, G. & Lal, R (eds). Agricultural and Ecosystems Resilience in Sub Saharan Africa: Livelihood pathways under changing climate. , New York: Springer, 2019, pp. P.595-612 .
N. G.L., Empowering rural farmers in Africa to improve their livelihood through effective environment risk communication: Case study Uganda, in Agriculture and Ecosystem Resilience in Sub Saharan Africa, 2019, pp. 595-612.
A. Sembatya Nakiwala and Semujju, B., Feminist power and its implications on Uganda’s malaria communication campaign, 2019.
I. Nathanael Lukanda, Implications of Media-Scientists’ Relationship on Crop Biotechnology Debate in Uganda, in Agriculture and Ecosystem Resilience in Sub Saharan Africa, Switzerland: Springer, Cham, 2019, pp. 633-652.
I. Nathanael Lukanda, Implications of Media-Scientists’ Relationship on Crop Biotechnology Debate in Uganda, in Climate Change Management, 2019.
B. Semujju, Newsmaking Practices in Uganda: A Comparative Framing Analysis of two Leading Newspapers, in Newsmaking Cultures in Africa, London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2019, pp. 145-160.

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