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Business ethics as field of teaching, training and research in East Africa
(African Journal of Business Ethics, 2011)
The increase in corporate malfeasance has lead to a rising interest in Business Ethics in general and a particular focus on Business Ethics as an academic field, but the proliferation of Business Ethics as an academic field ...
Research and the future of architecture educaton in East Africa
Research in architecture education in East Africa has for the most part been presented in what can best be described as a “silo” approach, presented in a stand alone “Research Methodology” courses that are separate from ...
Ethnicity and the formation of the East African Federation: the social aspect in Ugandan context
(Direct Research Journals Publisher, 2015-01)
The study examined the influence of ethnicity on the formation of the East African Federation; putting emphasis on the social aspect in Uganda. The study utilised a Descriptive cross-sectional survey design, and on the ...
Assessing Risk of HIV and Hepatitis C among People who Inject Drugs in East Africa: Findings From a Rapid Assessment
(Journal of Viral Hepatitis, 2019)
Rapid assessment cross-sectional surveys and qualitative interviews were conducted among people who inject drugs (PWID) in Burundi and Uganda, as well as key informants working with drug users, to assess risk associated ...
Students’ Views of the Architectural Design Review: The Design Crit in East Africa
The design studio and the associated design review can be regarded as the signature pedagogy of architectural education, where students garner the essence of what it means to be an architect. Here, novices are transformed ...