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The representation of women in selected Ugandan Films: prioritising the positive category
(Kyambogo University, 2021-08)
The depiction of women in film has been an area of concern to various researchers across the globe. Demeaning and complimentary images have been discussed, but this has been done by prioritizing one side over another by a ...
Dialectical performance of Uganda's political landscape: a study of the songs of selected Ugandan artists
(Kyambogo University(Unpublished work), 2021-06)
This study explores the dialectical performance of Uganda’s political landscape in songs of selected artists. It examines the songs produced between 2011-2018 a period when Uganda is under the leadership of the National ...
Textual analysis of social dynamics in selected Ankole myths and folktales
(Kyambogo University, 2021-06)
The study examines the social dynamics in Ankole oral narratives specifically myths and folktales. The research gap that this study addresses arises from the fact that none of the previous studies has examined the philosophy ...
Articulating the unpalatable truth playfully : didacticism of governance elements in uganda popular music of Mathias Walukagga and Ronald Mayinja
(Kyambogo University [ Unpublished work], 2021-05)
This study aimed to establish the role of popular music in political education by using a case study of Ugandan popular music by Mathias Walukagga and Ronald Mayinja. It was conducted under three specific objectives ...
Discontents of adaption in Hollywood Jesus films
(Kyambogo University [ Unpublished work], 2021)
This study examined how Hollywood Jesus films adapt Jesus and the biblical records into motion pictures and the intricacies of transforming the Bible; a sacred written text to many into a cinematic version. The study was ...
A psychoanalytic reading of two Hollywood films, Hotel Rwanda (Terry George:2004) and queen of Katwe (Mira Nair:2016)
(Kyambogo University(Unpublished work), 2020-12)
Using Psychoanalytic film theory, this study investigates the two films made by Hollywood about Africa. These films are Hotel Rwanda (Terry George: 2004, and Queen of Katwe (Mira Nair: 2016). The study examines the Hollywood ...