Research

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2017
W. Tayeebwa, Airwaves for peace: the conciliatory voices of children on Ugandan radio., in Media for Young People in Uganda: An Introduction to Theory and Practice, Kampala: Fountain Publishers, 2017.
G. L. 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. Chapter 10. , in Media and global climate knowledge: Journalism and the IPCC, 2017, pp. Pp. 213-234.
D. Mfitumukiza, Barasa, B., Carter, L., Nankya, A. Maria, Nansamba, G., Okiror, J. Francis, Lukanda, I., Sengendo, M., and Mbogga, M. Ssekaayi, The Contribution of Farmer Field Schools in Facilitating Smallholder Farmer’s Adaptation to Drought in Kiboga District, Uganda. 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.
A. Sembatya Nakiwala, Empowering children as health communicators: experiences from a malaria control school programme in Uganda, in Media for Young People in Uganda: An Introduction to Theory and Practice , 2017, pp. 94-117.
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, in Peace, Security and Post-Conflict Reconstruction in the Great Lakes Region. Dakar, Senegal, L. K. Tukumbi and Gahama, J., Eds. Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa (CODESRIA), 2017.
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. African Journal of Communication Vol.2 No.1 466-488 , 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, Ed. 2017.

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