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Morality as identity: the missionary moral agenda in Buganda, 1877-1945
This article advances three arguments. First, that prior to European intrusion in the mid-1800s, “Buganda” and “Mugandaness” were continually contested ideologies whose meanings were not given but discursively constructed ...
Catalyst, nature, and vitality of African Canadian feminism: a panorama of an emigre feminist
(University of Toronto Press Incorporated, 1999)
Integrating Women’s Reproductive Roles with Productive Activities in Commerce: The Case of Businesswomen in Kampala, Uganda
(SAGE Publications (UK and US), 1999)
Uganda has registered signi® cant improvement regarding economic growth and the raising of women’s status at the macro level. Commerce is one of the sectors that attracts women of varying social status. The paper is based ...
Are HIV unaware persons the hidden population at high risk of HIV infection or re-infection in Uganda
Introduction: There has been a prejudiced view that HIV infection creates a state of desperation and a feeling of revenge that latently drives persons with HIV/AIDS (PHAs) into risky sexual and reproductive behaviors. This ...
Women's attitudes to condoms and female-controlled means of protection against HIV and STDs in South-Western Uganda.
(Taylor and Francis, 1999)
The consistent and correct use of the male condom makes it highly effective in both disease prevention and as a contraceptive method. However, it is also well recognized that its use is under men's control. Because of this ...