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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 ...
A structural analysis of selected Ugandan myths and their social cultural legacy
(Kyambogo University(Un published work), 2017-12)
This study analysed the structures of the selected Ugandan myths and their socio-cultural legacies. The structures of the myths were examined in term of similarities. differences and archetypal ideas. To find out if the ...
Interrogating transnational documentary film evidence on Uganda’s homophobia
The over conspicuousness of Uganda’s homophobia in international media of the twenty-first century is highly commendable for foregrounding the severe abuse of human rights of homosexuals in Uganda. Although this medium ...