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The influence of cultural and gender practices on fertility rates in Ruhaama County, Ntungamo District
(Makerere University, 2011-07)
Culture simply means common beliefs and practices of a group of people. Culture defines the life choices of people thereby being part of the consequences that such choices bring. Culture is significant in understanding ...
Gender and decision-making in the print media in Uganda : experiences of newspaper editors
(Makerere University, 2021-04-08)
The media plays a crucial role in framing public debates and shaping public perceptions by selecting the issues to be reported and how they are represented. For the media to accurately mirror societies and to produce ...
An exploratory study on the use of digital platforms as business networking tool for women-led SMES in Nakawa peri-urban community, Kampala district
(Makerere University, 2019-10-12)
Social media is a phenomenon that has transformed the interaction and communication of individuals throughout the world. Especially, social networking websites are very popular and have become a daily practice in a lot of ...
Gender differentiated perceptions held for triggers of child neglect in Post-Conflict Northern Uganda
(Taylor & Francis, 2021-01-24)
Although considerable research exists on Child Neglect (CN), gender-differentiated perceptions that fuel CN are not yet known. In the patriarchal family settings, the perception often held of mothers is that of childcare ...
Gender differentiated pathways to understanding child abuse and neglect in Uganda : exigencies in the post conflict Northern Uganda
(Makerere University, 2021-05-05)
The study investigated the post conflict gender differentiated pathways to understanding Child Abuse and Neglect in Gulu, Lira and Kitgum districts, northern Uganda. Northern Uganda experienced a conflict for 2 decades ...