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The metaphor of war in political discourse on covid-19 in Uganda
(Frontiers in Communication, 2022-02)
The article examines the use of the metaphor of war in political communication on the novel COVID-19 pandemic in Uganda using two analytical tools of the social representation theory, anchoring and objectification. Drawing ...
Examining the use of technology in literature teaching and learning at university in Uganda
(Taylor & Francis Group, 2023)
Even though the use of digital media and technologies has become a dominant ubiquitous norm in teaching and learning experiences at higher education levels in Uganda, there remains a significant dearth of scholarship on ...
Landscapes of distant suffering: interrogating humanitarian documentary film representation of “harmful” cultural practices
(Journal of African Cultural Studies, 2022)
Although a wide range of media interventions have been at the forefront of global humanitarian campaigns aimed at eradicating cultural body modification practices categorized as “harmful” in global health and development ...