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A. Kisembo Elisha and Kakooza, F., Mobile Apps and News Production at NTV Uganda, in New Journalism Ecologies in East and Southern Africa, 2023, pp. 17 - 36.
S. Kazibwe and Kakooza, F., Commercial Radio News Coverage of COVID-19 in Uganda: A Case Study of Central Broadcasting Radio, in COVID-19 and the Media in Sub-Saharan Africa:Media Viability, Framing and Health Communication, 1st ed., vol. 1, United Kingdom: Emerald Publishing Limited, 2022, pp. 35-46.
W. Tayeebwa, Wendo, C., and Nakiwala, A. S., Science communication theories and models , in C. Wendo (ed.). Science Communication Skills for Journalists: A Resource Book for Universities in Africa, vol. 1, Wallingford : CABI, 2022, pp. 14-19.
A. S. Nakiwala and Tayeebwa, W., Science journalism and communication in Uganda: Revising a university curriculum to meet the country's needs , in C. Wendo (ed.). Science Communication Skills for Journalists , vol. 1, Wallingford : CABI, 2022, pp. 34-42.
F. Kakooza and Kiwanuka, T. James, Social Media and HIV/AIDS Prevention in Uganda., in HIV/AIDS in Uganda: Achievements and Challenges. , vol. 1, Kampala Uganda: Makerere University Press, 2022.
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, 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.
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.
A. S. Nakiwala and Kakooza, F., Social media for communicating health information in Uganda: Constraints and practical suggestions. Health & New media Research. , 2020.
A. Sembatya Nakiwala and Kakooza, F., Social Media for Communicating Health Interventions in Uganda: Constraints and Practical Suggestions. Health and New Media Research. Vol.4, Issue 2, 2020.
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 .



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