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Critical Analysis of the Production of Western Knowledge and Its Implications for Indigenous Knowledge and Decolonization
(Journal of Black Studies, 2012)
There has been a persistent contest among contemporary scholars over what is considered legitimate knowledge. This contest has implications on ways of knowing, organizing society, and responding to environmental challenges. ...
Gender and performance disparity in mathematics: A study of South Western Uganda
(African Educational Research Journal, 2020)
Gender has long been considered a factor contributing to differences in performance for male and female students in diverse educational disciplines and levels. Although male and female students are taught in the same ...
The “Miss Curvy Uganda” pageant: representation, commodification and exploitation of women’s bodies
(Social Semiotics, 2020)
In early February 2019, Godfrey Kiwanda, a Uganda Junior Minister of Tourism proposed a beauty pageant dubbed, “Miss Curvy Uganda,” to publicly showcase voluptuous Ugandan women as means of attracting foreign tourists to ...
Financial Inclusion and Access to Higher Education An Empirical Study of Selected Districts in Eastern Uganda
(European Journal of Business and Management, 2020)
Access to higher education has continuously been a challenge in Uganda. The research brought out the relationship between financial inclusion and access to higher education. Descriptive survey research design was adopted ...
The Discourse of Non-Citizens Expulsion Reinvigorated: Examination of Racial Undertones in Asians Expulsion from Uganda in 1972
(African Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities Research, 2021)
The expulsion of non-citizens from countries around the globe is not a new phenomenon. In Africa, there have been numerous documented and undocumented cases after the continent acquired political independence in the 1960’s. ...