Literature Database on Gender in Subsahara Africa

Literature regarding Uganda

agriculture ecology rural development climate changearts and cultureeconomy - formal and informal employment
economy - Householdseconomy - markets and traderseconomy - pastoralism
education schooling and tertiary educationhealth - fgc fgmhealth - HIV AIDS and gender
health - reproduction and fertilityhealth history colonialism and pre-colonial history
Literature media politics - wars violent conflicts
politics Religion - Christianity Religion - Islam
Religion - traditional rituals and spirit mediumshipRights - human rights violations gender based violence Rights - Women Human Rights and legal system
society - families marriagessociety - homosexuality / sexual minorities society - masculinities
society - migration and urbanisationsociety - women's organisations

agriculture ecology rural development climate change

Adoko, Judy (1993): Environment and women in Uganda, in: Focus on Gender, vol. 1, no. 1, pp.19-21.[1170]

Adoko, Judy / Levine, Simon (2008): How women’s land rights are lost between state and customary law in Apac District, Uganda, in: Englert, Birgit / Daley, Elizabeth (eds.): Women’s land rights and privatization in Africa, James Currey, Oxford, pp.101-120.[1171]

Barnett, Tony / Tumushabe, Joseph / Batebye, Grace et al. (1995): The social and economic impact of HIV/AIDS on farming systems and livelihoods in rural Africa, Some experiences from Uganda, Tanzania, and Zambia, in: Journal of International Development, 7, 1, pp.163-176.[1172]

Basirika, Edith (2001): Gender, democratic practice and member control in agricultural primary co-operative societies in Uganda, Gender Issues Research Report Series, no. 16, Organisation for Social Science Research in Eastern and Southern Africa, Addis Ababa.[1173]

Bikaako, Winnie / Ssemkuba, John (2003): Gender, land and rights, Contemporary contestations in law, policy and practice in Uganda, in: Wanyeki, Muthoni (ed.): Women and land rights in Africa, Culture, religion and realizing women’s rights, Zed Books, London, pp.232-278.[1174]

Brahmbhatt, Freena / Bishai, David et al. (2002): Polygyny, maternal HIV status and child survival, Rakai, Uganda, in: Social Science and Medicine, vol. 55, pp.585-592.[1175]

Calvo, Malmberg Christina (1994): Case study on intermediate means of transport, Bicycles and rural women in Uganda, Working Paper no. 12, Sub-Saharan Africa Transport Policy Program, The World Bank, Washington D.C.[1176]

Ferguson, Hilary / Kempe, Thembela (2011): Agricultural cooperatives and social empowerment of women, A Ugandan case study, in: Development in Practice, vol. 21, no. 2, pp.421-429.[1178]

Flintan, Fiona / Tedla, Shibru (2010): Natural resource management, The impact of gender and social issues, OSSRESA, Fountain Publications, Kampala.[1177]

Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO (1998): Country case study: Uganda, in: Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO): Agricultural implements used by women farmers in Africa, FAO Publications, Rome, pp.64-79.[1179]

Fuuna, Peter (2000): Gender and natural resource management, The case of Agroforestry in Mbale District, Uganda, Occasional Paper no. 2, Department of Women and Gender Studies, Makerere University, Kampala.[1180]

Golan, Jennifer et al. (2008): More cigarettes? Coffee market liberalisation, gender and bargaining in Uganda, Working Paper, Institut für Weltwirtschaft, Kiel.[1181]

Goldman, Abe / Heldenbrand, Kathleen (2002): Gender and soil fertility management in Mbale District, Southeastern Uganda, in: African Studies Quarterly, vol. 6, no. 1-2, pp.1-12.[1182]

Goodfrey, Asiimwe (2010): Household gender and resource relations, Women marketing arena of income generating crops in Uganda, in: EASSRR, vol. 26, no. 1, Addis Abeba.[1183]

Hunter, Susan / Bulirwa, Elizabeth / Kisseka, Edward (1993): AIDS and agricultural production, Report of a land utilization survey, Masaka and Rakai Districts of Uganda, in: Land Use Policy, vol. 10, no. 3, pp.241-258.[1184]

ICRW (International Centre for Research on Women (2003): Transcending boundaries to improve the food security of AIDS-affected households in rural Uganda, ICRW, Washington D.C.[1185]

Iga, Harriet (2002): Bicycles, Boda Boda and women’s travel needs, Mpiga, Uganda, in: Fernando, Priyanthi / Porter, Gina (eds.): Balancing the load, Women, gender and transport, Zed Books, London, pp.50-56.[1186]

Jones, Shelley (2010): HIV/AIDS related security risks for young women in rural Uganda, in: Canadian Journal of African Studies, vol. 44, no. 3, pp.579-604.[1187]

Kabonesa, Consolata (2002): Gender relations and women’s rights to land in Uganda, A study of Kabarole District, Western Uganda, in: East African Journal of Peace and Human Rights, vol. 8, no. 2, pp.227-249.[1188]

Kafumbe, Anthony Luyirika (2006): Women’s property rights and thw laws of succession in Uganda, Reform positions, in: East African Journal of Peace and Human Rights, vol. 12, no. 1, pp.65-90.[1189]

Kakuru, Doris / Paradza, Gaynor (2007): Reflections on the use of life history methods in reseraching rural women, Field experience from Uganda and Zimbabwe, in: Gender and Development, vol. 15, issue 2, pp.287-297.[1190]

Kakwanzi-Kezaabu, Rosemary (2000): Comercialization of milk production in households, A gender perspective, Occasional Paper, no. 12, Department of Women and Gender Studies, Makerere University, Kampala.[1191]

Kasete, Deborah / Lockwood, Matthew / Vivian, Jessica / Whitehead, Ann (2000): Gender and the expansion of non-traditional agricultural exports in Uganda, Operational Paper 12, United Nations Research Institute for Social Development, Geneva.[1192]

Katungi, Enid / Edmeades, Svetlana / Smale, Melinda (2006): Gender, social capital and information exchange in rural Uganda, CAPRI Working Papers, no. 59, International Food Policy Research Institute, Washington D.C.[1193]

Khadiagala, Lynn (2001): The failure of popular justice in Uganda, Local councils and women’s property rights, in: Development and Change, vol. 32, pp.55-76.[1194]

Kiiza, Barnabas (2003): Microfinance programs in Uganda, An analysis of household participation and investment behaviour, in: Eastern African Journal of Rural Development, vol. 19, no. 1, pp.66-80.[1196]

Kikafunda, Joyce / Namusoke, Hanifa (2006): Nutritional status of HIV/AIDS orphaned children in household headed by elderly in Rakai District, Southwestern Uganda, in: Journal of Food, Agriculture, Nutrition and Development, vol. 6, no. 1, pp.4-17[1197]

Kindi, Frederick Immanuel (2010): Challenges and opportunities for women’s land rights in post-conflict Norhern Uganda, Micron Research Working Paper, no. 26, Institute of Development Studies, Brighton.[1195]

Kinsman, J. et al. (2000): Socialisation influences and the value of sex, The experience of adolescent school girls in rural Masaka, Uganda, in: Culture, Health and Sexuality, vol. 2, 1, pp.151-166.[1198]

Kisembo, Agnes (2000): Accessability and utilization of reproductive health information and services, A case of women with disabilities in Mbara District, Occasional Paper, no. 13, Department of Women and Gender Studies, Makerere University, Kampala.[1199]

Madana, Aramanzan (2000): Gender and household food security in Bungokho Country, Mbale District, Uganda, Occasional Paper no. 3, Department of Women and Gender Studies, Makerere University, Kampala.[1200]

Mitchell, K. / Nakamanya, pp. et al. (2001): Community based HIV/AIDS education in rural Uganda, Which channel is most effective? in: Health Education Review, vol. 16, pp.411-423.[1202]

Mitchell, Kirstin et al. (2002): Balancing rigour and acceptability: The use of HIV incidence to evaluate a community-based randomised trial in rural Uganda, in: Social Science and Medicine, vol. 54, pp.1081-1091.[1201]

Mwaka, Victoria (1993): Agricultural production and women’s time budgets in Uganda, in: Momsen, Henshall Janet / Kinnaird, Vivian (eds.): Different places, different voices, Gender and development in Africa, Asia and Latin America, Routledge Publications, London, pp.46-51.[1203]

Nabaitu, Januario / Bachengana, Cissy / Seeley, Janet (1994): Marital instability in a rural population in South-West Uganda, Implications for the spread of HIV-1 infection, in: Africa, vol. 64, no. 2, pp.243-251.[1204]

Njuki, Jemimah et al. (2011): Linking smallholder farmers to markets, Gender and intra-household dynamics, in European Journal of Development Research, vol. 23, no. 3, pp.426-443.[1205]

Nketi-Kizza, Peter / Aniku, Jacob et al. (2002): Gender and soil fertility in Uganda, A comparison of soil fertility indicators for women and men’s agricultural plots, in: African Studies Quarterly, vol. 1, pp.1-15.[1206]

Paul, Kwamusi (2002): Gender and safety in rural transport, Mpiga, Uganda, in: Fernando, Priyanthi / Porter, Gina (ed.): Balancing the load, Women, gender and transport, Zed Books, London, pp.57-64.[1207]

Peterman, Amber et al. (2011): Understanding the complexities surronding gender differences in agricultural productivity in Nigeria and Uganda, in: Journal of Development Studies, vol. 47, no. 10, pp.1482-1509.[1208]

Seeley, Janet / Kajura, Ellen / Mulder, Daan (1993): The extended family and support for people with AIDS in a rural population in South West Uganda, A safety net with holes? in: AIDS Care, 5, 1, pp.117-112.[1209]

Sengendo, May Christine (2002): Strengthening institutions for gender-responsive planning in natural resource management, Wetland resources in Uganda, in: Natural resource management and gender, A global source book, KIT-Publishers, Amsterdam, pp.45-51.[1210]

Snyder, Margaret (2000): Women in African economics, From burning sun to boardroom, Fountain Publishers, Kampala.[1212]

Sorensen, Pernille (1996): Commercialization of food crops in Busoga, Uganda, and the renegotiation of gender, in: Gender and Society, vol. 10, no. 5, pp.608-628.[1211]

Tanzarn, Nite (2005): Gender in agriculture and technology, Makerere University, Department of Women and Gender Studies, Kampala.[1213]

Taylor, Lorraine / Seeley, Janet / Kajura, Ellen (1996): Informal care for illness in rural southwestern Uganda, The central role that women play, in: Health Transition Review, vol. 6, no. 1, pp.49-56.[1214]

Tripp, Ali Mari (2004): Women’s movements, customary law and land rights in Africa, The case of Uganda, in: African Studies Quarterly, vol. 7, pp.1-19.[1215]

Twinomugisha, Ben K. (2005): Barriers to the protection of rural women’s rights to maternal health care in Uganda, in: East African Journal of Peace and Human Rights, vol. 11, no. 1, pp.67-92.[1216]

Wangusa, Ayeta Aume / Barungi, Violet (eds. (2003): Tears of hope, A collection of short stories by Ugandan rural women, Femite Publications Limited, Kampala.[1217]

Whyte, Michael (1997): The social and cultural contexts of food production in Uganda and Kenya, in: Weisner, Thomas / Bradley, Candice / Kilbride, Philip (eds.): African families and the crisis of social change, Bergin and Garvey Publishers, Westport, pp.125-134.[1218]

arts and culture

Ntangaare, Mercy Mirembe (2002): Portraits of women`s in contemporary Uganda theatre, in: Banham, Martin / Gibbs, James / Osofisan, Femi (eds.): African theatre, Women, James Currey, London, pp. 58-65.[1579]

economy - formal and informal employment

Ellis, Amanda / Manuel, Claire (2005): Gender and economic growth in Uganda, Unleasing the power of women, World Bank Publications, Washington D.C.[1864]

Malunga, Jane Seruwagi (1998): Women employeers in the informal sector, Kampala, Uganda, Gender Issues Research Report Series, no. 8, OSSREA, Addis Abeba.[1865]

Namara, Agrippinah (2001): The invisible workers: Paid domestic work in Kampala City, Uganda, Working Paper No. 74, Centre for Basic Research, Kampala.[1866]

Obbo, Christine (1975): Women’s careers in low income areas as indicators of country and town dynamics, in: Parkin, David (ed.): Town and country in Central and Eastern Africa, London, pp. 288-293.[1867]

Sebina-Zziwa, Abby / Kibombo, Richard (2020): Licensing of artisanal mining on private land in Uganda, Social and economic implications for female spouses and women entrepreneurs, in: Canadian Journal of African Studies, vol. 54, no. 1, pp. 101-117. [11645]

Snyder, Margaret (2000): Women in African economics, From burning sun to boardroom, Fountain Publishers, Kampala.[1868]

economy - Households

ICRW (International Centre for Research on Women) (2003): Transcending boundaries to improve the food security of AIDS-affected households in rural Uganda, ICRW, Washington D.C.[2018]

economy - markets and traders

Musisi, Nakanyike (1995): Baganda women’s night market activities, in: House-Midamba, Bessie / Ekechi, Felix (eds.): African market women and economic power, the role of women in African economic development, Routledge Publishers, London, pp. 121-139.[2232]

economy - pastoralism

Bruggeman, Hedwig (1994): Pastoral women and livestock management: Examples from Northern Uganda and central Chad, IIED, Dryland Programme Issue Paper, no. 50, London.[2454]

Elam, Yitzchak (1973): The social and sexual roles of Hima women, A study of nomadic cattle-breeders in Nyabushozi country, Ankole, Uganda, Manchester University Press, Manchester.[2455]

Mkutu, Kennedy Agade (2008): Uganda: Pastoral conflict and gender relations, in: Review of African Political Economy, vol. 35, no. 116, pp. 237-254.[2456]

education schooling and tertiary education

Aikman, Sheila / Unterhalter, Elaine (eds.) (2007): Practicing gender equality in education, Oxfam Publications, Oxford.[2898]

Atekyereza, P.R. (2001): The education of girls and women in Uganda, in: Journal of Social Development in Africa, vol. 16, no. 2, pp. 115-146.[2899]

Byamugisha, Joseph / Mirembe, Florence et al. (2009): Faced with a double-edged risk, Ugandan university students’ perception of the emergency contraception pill in Uganda, in: African Journal of Reproductive Health, vol. 13, no. 1.[2900]

Evans, David (1972): Image and reality: Career goals of educated Ugandan women, in: The Canadian Journal of African Sutdies, vol.VI, no. 2, pp. 213-232.[2901]

Ezati, Betty (1999): Improving the retention of girls in primary schools in Arua District, Uganda, A search for an effective approach, in: Hess, Jürgen (ed.): Education and social change, Empirical studies for the improvement of education in East Africa, DSE Publications, Bonn, pp. 49-72.[2902]

Garrow, Stephanie / Kirk, Jackie (2003): ‘Girls in policy’, Challenges for the education sector, in: Agenda, no. 56, pp. 4-15.[2903]

Kasete, Deborah (2002): Institutionalizing gender equality in African universities, Case of women’s and gender studies at Makerere University, in: Feminist Africa Intellectual Policies, 1, pp. 91-99.[2904]

Kinsman, John / Nyanzi, Stella / Pool, Robert (2000): Socializing influences and the value of sex: The experiences of adolescent school girls in rural Masaka, Uganda, in: Culture, Health and Sexuality, vol. 2, no. 2, pp. 151-66.[2905]

Kituyi Nsubuga, Zaitun (1999): Gender and regional equity in three tertiary institutions in Uganda, in: Hess, Jürgen (ed.): Education and social change, Empirical studies for the improvement of education in East Africa, DSE Publications, Bonn, pp. 193-208.[2906]

Kwesiga, Joy (2002): Women’s access to higher education in Africa, Fountain Publishers, Kampala.[2907]

Muhanguzi, Florence Kyoheirwe / Bennett, Jane (2011): The construction and mediation of sexuality and gender relations, Experiences of girls and boys in secondary schools in Uganda, in: Journal for Feminist Formations, vol. 23, no. 3, pp. 135-152. [2908]

Ndayanabangi, Bannet / Kipp, Walter / Diesfeld, Hans-Jochen (2004): Reproductive health behaviour among in school and out of school youth in Kabarole District, Uganda, in: African Journal of Reproductive Health, vol. 8, no. 3, pp. 55-67.[2909]

Peace, Habomugisha (1992): Organizational commitment of female lecturers in higher institutions of learning in Uganda, Gender Issues Research Report Series, no. 15, OSSREA, Addis Abeba.[2910]

Schulz, Dorothea (2013): (En)gendering Muslim self-assertiveness, Muslim schooling and female elite formation in Uganda, in: Journal of Religion in Africa, vol. 43, no. 4, pp. 396-425.[2911]

Tamale, Sylvia (1997): The bitches at the academy, gender and academic freedom at the African university, in: Africa Development, vol. 22, no. 1, pp. 13-37.[2912]

Tripp, Aili Marie (2004): A new look at colonial women, British teachers and activists in Uganda, 1898-1962, in: Canadian Journal of African Studies, vol. 38, no. 1, pp. 123-156.[2913]

health - fgc fgm

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health - HIV AIDS and gender

ACORD / Bakirya, Judith / Muhangi, Denis (2004): Unravelling the dynamics of HIV/AIDS related stigma and discrimination, The role of community based research, Case studies of Burundi and Northern Uganda, ACORD, London.[3961]

Agyi, W. / Epema, E. (1994): Sexual behaviour and contraceptive use among 15-24 year olds in Uganda, in: International Journal of Family Planning, vol. 18, no. 1, pp. 11-16.[3962]

Ahmed, S. / Lutalo, T, / Wawer, M. et al. (2001): HIV incidence and sexually transmitted disease prevalence associated with condome use, A population study in Rakai Uganda, in: AIDS, vol. 15, pp. 2171-2191.[3963]

Asiimwe-Okiror, G. / Opiyo, A. et al. (1997): Change in sexual behaviour and decline in HIV infection among young pregnant women in urban Uganda, in: AIDS, vol. 15, no. 11 (14), pp. 1757-1763.[3965]

Aspaas, H.R. (1999): AIDS and orphans in Uganda, Geographical and gender interpretations of household resources, The Social Science Journal, vol. 36, no. 2, pp. 201-226.[3964]

Bakama Nume, Bakama (1996): The special patterns of HIV/AIDS infection in Uganda, 1987-1994, in: African Rural and Urban Studies, vol. 3, no. 2, pp. 141-162.[3966]

Barnett, Tony / Tumushabe, Joseph et al. (1995): The social and economic impact of HIV/AIDS on farming systems and livelihoods in rural Africa, some experience and lessons from Uganda, Tanzania, and Zambia, in: Journal of International Development, vol. 7, no. 1, pp. 163-176.[3967]

Blanc, A. / Wolf, B. (2001): Gender and decision-making over condome use in two districts in Uganda, in: African Journal of Reproductive Health, vol. 5, no. 3, pp. 15-28.[3968]

Brahmbhatt, Freena / Bishai, David et al. (2002): Polygyny, maternal HIV status and child survival, Rakai, Uganda, in: Social Science and Medicine, vol. 55, pp. 585-592.[3969]

Brooker, S. / Kabaterine, N.B. et al. (2008): ‘What if they ask how I got it?’ Dilemmas of disclosing parental Hiv status and testing children for HIV in Uganda, in: Health Policy and Planning, vol. 23, no. 1, pp. 36-42.[3970]

Carpenter, L. M. / Kamali, A. et al. (1998): Rates of HIV-1 transmission within marriages in rural Uganda in realtion to HIV Sero-Status of the partners, in: AIDS, 13, 9, pp. 1083-1089.[3971]

Carpenter, L. M. / Kamali, A. et al. (2000): Independent effects of reported sexually transmitted infections and sexual behaviour on HIV-1 prevalence among adult women, men, and teenagers in rural Uganda, in: Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome, vol. 29, pp. 174-180.[3972]

Damalie, Nakkazi (2001): Communication between mothers and their adolescent daughters on the subject of sexuality and HIV/AIDS in Uganda, Gender Issues Research Report Series, no. 14, Addis Abeba.[3973]

Davis, Paula Jean (2000): On the sexuality of women in Kampala, in: Africa Today, vol. 47, no. 3-4, pp.28-62.[3974]

Durrant, Valerie (1994): The impact of AIDS on women in Uganda, Women and International Development Working Papers no. 249, Michigan State Univerity, East Lansing.[3975]

Fabiani, M. / Accorsi, S. / Lukwiya, M. et al. (2001): Trends of HIV-1 prevalence in an antenatal clinic in North Uganda and adjusted rates for the female population, in: AIDS, vol. 15, pp.97-103.[3976]

Farah, Iffat / Kavuma, Caroline / Mwingi, Mweru / Onyango, Orwe (2009): Where are the gaps? HIV and gender pre-service teacher training curriculum and practices in East Africa, Commonwealth Secretariat, London.[3977]

Gray, R.H. / Wawer, M.J. / Sewankambo, Nelson et al. (1998): Population-based study of fertility in women with HIV-1 infection in Uganda, in: Lancet, 351, 9096, pp. 98-103.[3978]

Gysels, Marjolein (2001): Truck drivers, middlemen and commercial sex workers, AIDS and the mediation of sex in south west Uganda, in: AIDS Care, vol. 13, no. 3, pp. 373-385.[3979]

Gysels, Marjolein / Pool, Robert / Nnalusiba, Betty (2002): Women who sell sex in a Ugandan trading town, Life histories, survival strategies and risk, in: Social Science and Medicine, vol. 54, pp. 179-192.[3980]

Harms, Gundel / Mayer, Angelika / Karcher, Heiko (2003): PMTCT – prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV in Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda, GTZ Publications, Eschborn.[3981]

Hart, G. et al. (1999): Women’s attitude towards condoms and female controlled means of protection against HIV and STDs in south-western Uganda, in: AIDS Care, 11, 6, pp. 687-698.[3982]

Hulton, Louise / Cullen, Rachel / Khalokho, Symons Wamala (2000): Perceptions of the risks of sexual activity and their consequences among Ugandan adolescents, in: Studies in Family Planning, vol. 31, no. 1, pp. 35-46.[3983]

Human Rights Watch (2003): Just die quietly, Domestic violence and women’s vulnerability to HIV in Uganda, Human Rights Watch Publications, Washington D.C./New York.[3984]

Human Science Research Council / International Centre for Research on Women / Associates for Develop (2008): Women’s property rights, HIV and AIDS, and domestic violence, Research Findings from two districts in South Africa and Uganda, HSRC Publication, Pretoria.[3985]

Hunter, Susan (1990): Orphans as a window on the AIDS epidemic in Sub-Saharan Africa, Initial results and implications of a study in Uganda, in: Social Science and Medicine, vol. 31, no. 6, pp.681-690.[3986]

ICRW (International Centre for Research on Women) (2003): Transcending boundaries to improve the food security of AIDS-affected households in rural Uganda, ICRW, Washington D.C.[3987]

Kakaru, Doris / Paradza, Gaynor (2007): Reflections on the use of life history methods in reseraching rural women, Field experience from Uganda and Zimbabwe, in: Development and Change, in: Gender and Development, vol. 15, issue 2.[3989]

Kakuru, Doris Muhwezi (2006): The combat for gender equality in education, Rural livelihood pathways in the context of HIV/AIDS, Wageningen Academic Press, Wageningen.[3988]

Kaleeba, N. / Kalibala, S. et al (1997): Participatory evaluation of counselling, medical and social services of the AIDS Support Organisation, TASO in Uganda, in: AIDS Care, vol. 9, no. 1, pp. 13-26.[3991]

Kaleeba, N. / Kalibala, S. et al. (1989): Aids and community-based care in Uganda, The AIDS support organisation TASO, in: AIDS Care, vol. 1, no. 2, pp. 173-175.[3990]

Kamali, A. / Crepenter, L.M. et al. (2000): Seven-year trends in HIB-1 infection rates, and changes in sexual behaviour among adult in rural Uganda, in: AIDS, vol. 14, no. 1, pp. 427-434.[3993]

Kamya, M. / Mcfarland, W. et al. (1997): Condome use with casual partners by men in Kampala, Uganda, in: AIDS, vol. 11, (Suppl.) pp. 61-66.[3994]

Karamagi, C.A. / Tumvine, J.K. (2006): Intimate partner violence against women in Eastern Uganda, Implications for HIV prevention, in: BMC Public Health, 20, 6, p. 284.[3995]

Kelly, Robert / Gray, Ronald /Sewankambo, Nelson et al. (2003): Age differences in sexual partners and risk of HIV-1 infection in rural Uganda, in: Journal of Acquired Immunce Deficiency Syndromes, vol. 32, no. 4, pp. 446-451.[3992]

Kinsman, J. et al. (2000): Socialisation influences and the value of sex, The experience of adolescent school girls in rural Masaka, Uganda, in: Culture, Health and Sexuality, vol. 2, 1, pp. 151-166.[3996]

Kipp, Walter / Tindyebwa, Denis et al. (2006): Family caregivers to AIDS patients, The role of gender in caregiver burden in Uganda, in: Journal of International Women’s Studies, vol. 7, pp. 1-13.[3997]

Koening, M.A. / Lutalo, T. et al. (2004): Coerced first intercourse and reproductive health among adolescent women in Rakai, Uganda, in: International Family Planning Perspectives, vol. 30, no. 4.[3998]

Koening, M.A. / Lutalo, T. et al. (2004): Coercive sex in rural Uganda, Prevalence and associated risk factors, in: Social Science and Medicine, vol. 58, pp. 787-798.[3999]

Konde-Lule, Joseph / Wawaer, M.J. / Sewankambo, N.K. et al. (1997): Adolescents, sexual behaviour and HIV-1 in rural Rakai District, Uganda, in: AIDS, vol. 11, pp.791-799.[4000]

Marcus, Rachel (1993): Gender and HIV/AIDS in Sub-Saharan Africa, the case of Uganda and Malawi, Bridge Report, no. 13, IDS, Sussex.[4001]

Mayambala, Ester (1999): Women and the transmission of HIV/AIDS in Uganda, in: Africa Environment, vol.10, no. 3-4, pp. 85-91.[4002]

McGrath, J.W. / Schumann, D.A. et al. (1992): Cultural determinants of sexual risk behaviour for AIDS among Baganda women, in: Medical Anthropology Quarterly, vol. 6, no. 2, pp. 153-161.[4003]

McGrath, J.W. / Schumann, D.A. et al. (1993): Anthropology and AIDS, The cultural context of sexual risk behaviour among urban Baganda women in Kampala, Uganda, in: Social Science and Medicine, vol. 36, no. 4, pp. 429-439.[4004]

McGrath, J.W. / Schumann, D.A. et al. (1993): AIDS and the urban family, Its impact in Kampala, in: AIDS Care, vol. 5, no. 1, pp. 55-70.[4005]

Mukiza, Gapere, Ntozi, J.P.M. (1995): Impact of AIDS on the family and mortality in Uganda, in: Health Transition Review, 5, pp. 191-200.[4007]

Mukiza, Gapere, Ntozi, J.P.M. (1995): Impact of AIDS on marriage patterns, customs and practices in Uganda, in: Health Transition Review, 5, pp. 201-208.[4008]

Muller, O. / Sen, G. / Nsubuga, A. (1999): HIV/AIDS, orphans and access to school education in Kampala, in: AIDS, vol. 13, no. 1, pp. 146-163.[4006]

Nabaitu, Januario / Bachengana, Cissy / Seeley, Janet (1994): Marital instability in a rural population in south west Uganda, Implications for the spread of HIV infections, in: Africa, vol. 64, pp. 243-251.[4009]

Nakayiwa, Sylvia / Nakyobe, Lucy (1992): Cultural determinants of sexual risk behaviour of AIDS among Baganda women, in: Medical Anthropological Quarterly, vol. 6, pp. 153-161.[4010]

Njie, Hatib (2001): Poverty and ill health, The Ugandan national response, vol. 44, no. 1, pp. 93-98.[4011]

Ntozi, J.P.M. / Ahimbisibwe, F.E. (1999): Orphan care, The role of the extended family in Northern Uganda, in: Health Transition Review, 8, pp. 225-236.[4013]

Ntozi, James P.M. (1997): Effects of AIDS on children, The problem of orphans in Uganda, in: Health Transition Review, vol. 7, no. 1, pp. 23-40.[4012]

Ntozi, James P.M. / Nakanaabi, I.M. et al. (1995): Care for orphans in Uganda, Findings from focus group discussions, in: Health Transition Review, vol. 5, (Suppl.), pp. 245-252.[4014]

Ntozi, James P.M. / Nakanaabi, I.M. et al. (1997): AIDS morbidity and the role of the family patient care in Uganda, in: Health Transition Review, vol. 7, (Suppl.), pp. 16-17.[4015]

Ntozi, James P.M. / Nakanaabi, I.M. et al. (1997): Fertility levels and trends in the fact of HIV in Uganda, in: Health Transition Review, 7, (Suppl.). pp. 145-155.[4016]

Nunn, Andrew et al. (1994): Risk factors of HIV-1 infection in adults in a rural Ugandan community, A population study, in: AIDS, vol. 8, no. 1, pp. 81-86.[4017]

Nyabzi, S. / Pool, R. / Kinsman, J. (2001): The negotiation of sexual relationships among school pupils in south-western Uganda, in: AIDS Care, vol. 13, pp. 83-98.[4018]

Nyblade, LC. / Menken, J. et al. (2000): Population-based HIV testing and counselling in rural Uganda, Participation and risk characteristics, in: Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome, vol. 28, pp. 463-470.[4019]

Obbo, Christine (1989): Sexuality and economic domination in Uganda, in: Nyuval-Davis, N. / Anthas, F. (eds.): Women – Nation – State, MacMillan Press, London, pp. 79-91.[4020]

Obbo, Christine (1993): HIV transmission, Men are the solution, in: Population and Environment, vol. 14, no. 3, pp. 211-243.[4021]

Obbo, Christine (1995): Gender, age and class: Discourse on HIV transmission control in Uganda, in: Brummelhuis, H.T. / Herdt, G. (eds.): Culture and sexual risk, Anthropological perspectives on AIDS, Gordon and Breach, Amsterdam, pp. 79-95.[4022]

Obbo, Christine (1995): What women can do, AIDS crisis management in Uganda, in: Bryceson, Deborah (ed.): Women wielding the hoe, Berg Publishers, Oxford, pp.165-178.[4023]

Obbo, Christine (1998): Who cares for the carers? AIDS and women in Uganda, in: Hansen, Bernt Holger / Twaddle, Michael (eds.): Developing Uganda, James Currey, Oxford, pp. 207-214.[4024]

Ochieng, Ojiambo, Ruth (2003): Supporting women and girls’ sexual and reproductive rights, The Ugandan experience, in: Development, vol. 46, no. 2, pp. 38-44.[4025]

Parikh, Shanti (2004): Sex, lies and love letters, Rethinking condomes and female agency in Uganda, in: Agenda, no. 62, pp. 12-20.[4026]

Parikh, Shanti (2005): From auntie to disco, The bifurcation of risk and pleasure in sex education in Uganda, in: Adams, Vincanne / Pigg, Leight Stacy (eds.). Sex in development, Science, sexuality and morality in global perspective, Duke University Press, Durham, pp. 125-158.[4027]

Pickering, H. / Okongo, M. / Nnalusiba, B. et al. (1997): Sexual behaviour in a fishing community on Lake Victoria, Uganda, in: Health Transition Review, vol. 7, pp. 13-20.[4028]

Pool, R. / Hart, G. et al. (2000): Men’s attitudes to condome and female controlled means of protection against HIV and STD in south-western Uganda, in: Culture, Health and Sexuality, vol. 21, no. 1, p. 197-212.[4029]

Roys, Chris (1996): Widows and orphans property disputes: The impact of AIDS in Rakai district, Uganda, in: Development in Practice, vol. 5, no. 4, pp. 346-351.[4030]

Seeley, J. et al. (1993): The extended family and support for people with AIDS in a rural population in South West Uganda, A safety net with holes? in: AIDS Care, vol. 5, no. 1, pp.117-122.[4031]

Seeley, J. et al. (1995): Methods used to study household coping strategies in rural South-Western Uganda, in: Health Policy and Planning, vol. 10, no. 1, pp.79-88.[4032]

Seeley, J. et al. (1994): Socio-economic status, gender and risk of HIV1 infection in a rural community in South Western Uganda, in: Medical Anthropology Quarterly, vol. 8, no. 1, pp.78-89.[4033]

Sentumbwe, Simon (2001): Knowledge and sexual behaviour patterns related to HIV/AIDS among commercial sex workers in Kampala slum area, Gender Issues Research Report Series, no. 15, Addis Abeba.[4034]

Serwadda, D. / Gray, M.J. et al. (1995): The social dynamics of HIV transmission as reflected through couples in rural Uganda, in: AIDS, vol. 9, no. 7, pp. 745-750.[4035]

Strategies for Hope (2007): United against AIDS, The story of TASO, Strategies for Hope Trust, London.[4036]

Taylor, Lorraine / Seeley, Janet / Kajura, Ellen (1996): Informal care for illness in rural southwestern Uganda, The central role that women play, in: Health Transition Review, vol. 6, no. 1, pp. 49-56.[4037]

Thronton, Robert (2008): Unimagined community, Sex, networks and AIDS in Uganda and South Africa, University of California Press, Berkeley.[4038]

Wallmann, Sandra (1996): Kampala women getting by: Well-being in the time of AIDS, James Currey, London.[4039]

Wallmann, Sandra / Pons, Valdo (2001): Where have all the young men gone? Evidence and explanations of changing age-sex rations in Kampala, in: Africa, vol. 71, no. 1, pp. 113-127.[4040]

Wolff, Brent / Blanc, Ann / Gage, Anastasia (2000): Who decides, Women’s status and negotiation of sex in Uganda, in: Culture, Health and Sexuality, vol. 3, no. 1, pp. 1-19.[4041]

Wolff, Brent / Blanc, Ann / Ssekamatte-Ssebuliba, John (2000): The role of couple negotiation in unmet need for contraception and the decision to stop childbearing in Uganda, in: Studies in Family Planning, vol. 31, no. 2, pp. 124-137.[4042]

health - reproduction and fertility

Byamugisha, Joseph / Mirembe, Florence et al. (2009): Faced with a double-edged risk, Ugandan university students’ perception of the emergency contraception pill in Uganda, in: African Journal of Reproductive Health, vol. 13, no. 1, pp. 47-59.[4870]

Damalie, Nakkazi (2001): Communication between mothers and their adolescent daughters on the subject of sexuality and HIV/AIDS in Uganda, Gender Issues Research Report Series, no. 14, Addis Abeba.[4871]

Kinsman, John / Nyanzi, Stella / Pool, Robert (2000): Socializing influences and the value of sex: The experiences of adolescent school girls in rural Masaka, Uganda, in: Culture, Health and Sexuality, vol. 2, no. 2, pp. 151-66.[4872]

Ndayanabangi, Bannet / Kipp, Walter / Diesfeld, Hans-Jochen (2004): Reproductive health behaviour among in school and out of school youth in Kabarole District, Uganda, in: African Journal of Reproductive Health, vol. 8, no. 3, pp. 55-67.[4873]

Ntozi, James (1995): High fertility in rural Uganda, The role of socio-economic and biological factors, Fountain Publishers, Kampala.[4874]

Ochieng, Ojiambo, Ruth (2003): Supporting women and girls’ sexual and reproductive rights, The Ugandan experience, in: Development, vol. 46, no. 2, pp. 38-44.[4875]

Perlman, M.L. (1975): Children born out of the wedlock and the status of women in Toro, Uganda, in: Rural Africana, 21, pp. 95-117.[4876]

PickeringSummers, Carol (1991): Intimate colonialism, the imperial production of reproduction in Uganda, 1907-1925, in: Signs, vol. 16, pp. 787-807.[4877]

Twinomugisha, Ben K. (2007): Do the rights of poor women really matter? Globalization and the protection of reproductive health rights in Uganda, in: East African Journal of Peace & Human Rights, vol. 13, no. 1, pp. 81-103.[4878]

Wolff, Brent / Blanc, Ann / Ssekamatte-Ssebuliba, John (2000): The role of couple negotion in unmet need for contraception and the decision to stop childbearing in Uganda, in: World Development, vol. 28, no. 7, pp. 124-137. [4879]

Wolff, Brent / Blanc, Ann / Ssekamatte-Ssebuliba, John (2000): Who decides? Women's status and negotiation of sex in Uganda, in: Culture, Health and Sexuality, vol. 2, no. 3, pp. 303-22.[4880]

health

CODESRIA (2008): The influence of cultural practices and gender dynamics in materal mortality in Uganda, Annotated Bibliography, Dakar.[5084]

Hegarty, Trish (1996): Health care in a shoestring: The impact of debt in Uganda, in: Lieshout, Mary Van (ed.): A women’s world, Beyond the headlines, Attic Press, Dublin, pp. 51-60.[5085]

Kisembo, Agnes (2000): Accessability and utilization of reproductive health information and services, A case of women with disabilities in Mbara District, Occasional Paper, no. 13, Department of Women and Gender Studies, Makerere University, Kampala.[5086]

Wakhweya, Angela (1999): Women’s health and human rights in Uganda, ‘To be or not to be, that is the question’, in: Fox, Diana / Hasci, Naima (eds.): The challenges of women’s activism and human rights in Africa, The Edwin Mellen Press, Lewiston, pp. 266-286.[5087]

history colonialism and pre-colonial history

Hanson, Holly (2002): Queen mothers and good governance in Buganda, The loss of women’s political power in 19th century East Africa, in: Allman, Jean / Geiger, Susan / Musisi, Nakanyike (eds.): Women in colonial African histories, Indiana University Press, Bloomington, pp. 219-236.[5628]

Musisi, Nakanyike (1991): Women, elite polygyny and Buganda state formation, in: Signs, vol. 16, no. 4, pp. 757-785.[5629]

Musisi, Nakanyike (2001): Gender and the construction of “bad women” in the cultural construction of Kampala-Kibuga, 1900-1962, in: Hodgson, Dorothy / McCurdy, Sheryl (eds.): „Wicked“ women and the reconfiguration of gender, James Currey, Oxford, pp. 171-187.[5630]

Schiller, Laurence (1990): The royal women of Buganda, in: International Journal of African Historical Studies, vol. 23, no. 3, pp. 455-473.[5631]

Summers, Caroline (1991): Intimate colonialism, The imperial production of reproduction in Uganda, 1907-1925, in: Signs, Journal of Women in Culture and Society, vol. 16, no. 4, pp. 787-807.[5632]

Tripp, Aili Marie (2001): Women’s mobilization in Uganda, Nonracial ideologies in European-African-Asian encounters, 1945-1962, in: International Journal of African Historical Studies, vol. 34, no. 2, pp. 543-564.[5633]

Tripp, Aili Marie (2004): A new look at colonial women, British teachers and activists in Uganda, 1898-1962, in: Canadian Journal of African Studies, vol. 38, no. 1, pp. 123-156.[5634]

Literature

Hawley, John C. (ed.) (2018): Queer theory in film and fiction, African Literature Today, ALT 36, James Currey, Melton.[6346]

Kyomuhendo, Goretti (2007): Waiting, A novel of Uganda at war, Feminst Press, New York.[6347]

Nabutanyi, Edgar Fred (2020): Queering the post-apocalypse in three selected short stories by Dilman Dila, in: Scrutiny2, Issues in English Studies in Southern Africa, vol. 25, no. 2,pp. 82-97.[11711]

Wangusa, Ayeta Aume / Barungi, Violet (eds.) (2003): Tears of hope, A collection of short stories by Ugandan rural women, Femite Publications Limited, Kampala.[6348]

media

Ntabasuta Mugambi, H. (1994): Intersections, Gender, orality, text, and female space in contemporary Kiganda radio songs, in: Research in African Literatures, vol. 25, no. 3.[6575]

politics - wars violent conflicts

Angulo, Joy Edith (2001): Gender abduction and reintegration in Northern Uganda, Occasional Paper, no. 6, Department of Women and Gender Studies, Makerere University, Kampala.[6965]

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Behrend, Heike (1998): The Holy Spirit Movement’s new world, Discourse and development in North of Uganda, in: Hansen, Holger Bernt / Twaddle, Michael (eds.): Developing Uganda, James Currey, London, pp. 245-253.[6969]

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El-Bushra, Judy (2003): Fused in combat, Gender relations and armed conflict, in: Development in Practice, vol. 13, no. 2-3, pp. 252-265. [6971]

El-Bushra, Judy / El-Karib, Asha / Hadjipateras, Angela (2002): Gender sensitive programme design and planning in conflict affected situations, Research Report, Annex Uganda, Acord, London.[6972]

El-Bushra, Judy / Sahl, Ibrahim (2005): Cycles of violence, Gender relations and armed conflict, ACORD Publications, London.[6973]

Human Rights Watch (2003): Stolen children, Abduction and recruitment in Northern Uganda, vol. 15, no. 7, New York.[6974]

Human Rights Watch (2003): Just die quietly, Domestic violence and women’s vulernability to HIV in Uganda, Human Rights Watch, vol. 15, no. 15, New York.[6975]

ISIS (1998): Women’s experience of armed conflict in Uganda, Luwero District, 1980-1986, ISIS Kampala, ISIS Research Report, part one, ISIS Publications, Kampala.[6976]

ISIS (1999): The short term intervention of the psychological and gynaecological consequences of armed conflict in Luwero District (Uganda), part two, ISIS Publications, Kampala.[6977]

ISIS (1999): Breaking the silence, Women reveal realities of armed conflicts, Women’s World, no. 33, ISIS Publication, Kampala.[6978]

ISIS (2002): Documentation of Teso women’s experiences of armed conflict, 1987-2001, part one, ISIS Publication, Kampala.[6979]

ISIS (2002): Medical interventional study of war affected Teso region, Kampala, part two, ISIS Publication, Uganda.[6980]

Janmyr, Maja (2019): Military recruitment of Sudanese refugee men in Uganda, A tale of national patronage and international failure, in: Buckley-Zistel, Susanne / Krause, Ulrike (eds.): Gender, violence and refugees, Berghahn Books, London, pp. 219-238.[6981]

Krause, Ulrike (2015): Zwischen Schutz und Scham? Flüchtlingslager, Gewalt und Geschlechterverhältnisse, in: Peripherie, vol. 35, no. 138/139, pp. 235-259.[11562]

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Krause, Ulrike (2021): Difficult Life in a Refugee Camp. Violence, Gender, and Coping in Uganda, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.[11565]

Kwiringira, Japheth Nkiriyehe, et al. (2018): Experiences of gender-based violence among refugee populations in Uganda, Evidence from four Refugee Camps, in: Eastern Africa Social Science Research Review, vol. 34, no. 2, pp. 291–311. [11702]

McKay, Susan (2005): Girls as ‘weapons of terror’ in Northern Uganda and Sierra Leonean rebel fighting forces, in. Studies in Conflict and Terrorism, vol. 28, pp. 385-397.[6982]

McKay, Susan (2005): Reconstructing fragile lives, Girls’ social reintegration in Northern Uganda and Sierra Leone, in: Sweetman, Caroline (ed.): Gender, peace building and reconstruction, Oxfam Publications, Oxford, pp. 18-30.[6983]

Nakazibwe, Primrose / van Reisen, Mirjam (2019): Life after the Lord’s Resistance Army, Support for formerly abduced girls in Northern Uganda, in: van Reisen, Mirjam / Mawere, Munyaradzi / Stokmans, Mia / Gebre-Egziabher Abraha, Kinfe (eds.): Roaming Africa, Migration, resilience and social protection, Laanga, Bamenda, pp. 407-432. [6984]

Niavarani, Jacqueline (2006): Gender und bewaffnete Konflikte, Nord-Uganda, Internetrecherche/Desk Studie, Wiener Institut für Entwicklungsfragen und Zusammenarbeit, Wien. [6985]

Payne, Lina (1998): Food shortages and gender relations in Ikafe settlement, Uganda, in: Gender and Development, vol. 6, no. 1, pp. 30-36.[6986]

Schäfer, Rita (2008): Frauen und Kriege in Afrika, ein Beitrag zur Gender-Forschung, Brandes und Apsel Verlag, Frankfurt a.M.[11889]

Veney, Cassandra (2006): Between the devil and the deep blue sea, Internally displaced women and girls in Liberia and Uganda and the role of the international community, in: Journal of International Women’s Studies, vol. 7, pp. 209-223.[6987]

politics

African-American Institute /UNIFEM (1995): African women in politics, Together for change, Three struggles for political rights, Unifem Publications, New York.[7519]

Ahikire, Josephine (2003): Gender equality and local democracy in contemporary Uganda, Addressing the challenge of women’s political effectiveness in local government, in: Goetz, Anne Marie / Hassim, Shireen (eds.): No shortcuts to power, African women in politics and policy making, Zed Books, London, pp. 219-239.[7515]

Ahikire, Josephine (2004): Towards women’s effective participation in electoral processes, A review of the Ugandan experience, in: Feminist Africa, 3.[7516]

Ahikire, Josephine (2006): Localised or localising democracy, Gender and the politics of decentralisation in contemporary Uganda, Fountain Publishers, Kampala.[7517]

Ahikire, Josephine / Mwiine, Amon (2020): Gender equtable change and the place of informal networks in Uganda’s legislative policy reforms, Global Development Institute, University of Manchester, Manchester.[7518]

Aubrey, Lisa (2001): Gender, development and democratisation in Africa, in: Journal of Asian and African Studies, vol. 36, pp. 87-111.[7520]

Basirika, Edith (2001): Gender, democratic practice and member control in agricultural primary co-operative societies in Uganda, Gender Issues Research Report Series, no. 16, Organisation for Social Science Research in Eastern and Southern Africa, Addis Ababa.[7521]

Boyd, Rosalind (1994): Empowerment of women in contemporary Uganda, Real or symbolic, in: Dagenais, Huguette / Piche, Denise (eds.): Women, feminism and development, McGill / Queens University Press, Montreal, pp. 305-326.[7522]

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Goetz, Anne Marie (2003): Problems with patronage, Constraints on women’s political effectiveness in Uganda, in: Goetz, Anne Marie / Hassim, Shireen (eds.): No shortcuts to power, African women in politics and policy making, Zed Books, London, pp. 110-139.[7526]

Goetz, Anne-Marie / Hassim, Shireen (2002): In and against the party, Women’s representation and constituency-building in Uganda and South Africa, in: Molyneux, Maxine / Razavi, Shahra (eds.): Gender, justice and rights, Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp. 306-343.[7527]

Goetz, Anne-Marie / Hassim, Shireen (2003): Introduction, Women in power in Uganda and South Africa, in: Goetz, Anne Marie / Hassim, Shireen (eds.): No shortcuts to power, African women in politics and policy making, Zed Books, London, pp. 1-29.[7528]

Heinrich-Boell-Foundation (2001): Gender gaps in our constitutions, Women`s concern in selected African countries, Heinrich Boell Foundation, Nairobi.[7529]

Johnson, Deb / Kabuchu, Hoe / Vusiya, Kayonga Santa (2004): Women in Ugandan local government, the impact of affirmative action, in: Sweetman, Caroline (ed.): Gender, development and citizenship, Oxfam Publications, Oxford, pp. 8-18.[7530]

Kawamara-Mishambi, Sheila / Ovonji-Odida, Irene (2003): The ‘lost cause’: The campaign to advance women’s property rights in the Uganda 1998 Land Act, in: Goetz, Anne Marie / Hassim, Shireen (eds.): No shortcuts to power, African women in politics and policy making, Zed Books, London, pp. 160-188.[7531]

Khadiagala, Lynn (2001): The failure of popular justice in Uganda, Local councils and women’s property rights, in: Development and Change, vol. 32, pp. 55-76.[7532]

Mbire-Barungi, Barbara (1999): Uganda feminism, Political rhetoric or reality, in: Women’s Studies International Forum, vol. 22, no. 4, pp. 434-430.[7533]

Müller, Tanya (2005): The making of elite women, Revolution and nation building in Eritrea, EJ Brill Publishers, Amsterdam.[7534]

Naggita, Esther (2001): The Beijing Platform for Action: A review of progress made by Uganda (1995–2000), East African Journal of Peace and Human Rights, vol. 7, no. 2, pp. 256–282. [7535]

Nalwanga-Sebina, Abby (1991): The viability of resistance commitees for women in Uganda, in: IFAA (ed.): Alternative development strategies for Africa, IFAA Publications, London, pp. 156-163.[7536]

Odongo-Mwake, Beatrice (2003): Women and the democratic process in Uganda, Gender and justice, in: Hatchard, John / Penny-Kessaris, Amanda (eds.): Law and development, Facing complexity in the 21th century, Cavendish Publishing, London, pp. 246-261.[7537]

Ottemoeller, Dan (1999): The politics of gender in Uganda, in: African Studies Review, vol. 42, no. 2, pp. 87-104.[7538]

Pankhurst, Donna (2002): Women and politics in Africa, The case of Uganda, in: Parlamentary Affairs, vol. 55, pp. 119-128.[7539]

Tamale, Sylvia (1993): Law reform and women’s rights in Uganda, in: East African Journal of Peace and Human Rights, vol. 1, no. 2, pp. 164-194.[7540]

Tamale, Sylvia (1998): When hens begin to crow, Gender and parliamentary politics in Uganda, Westview Press, Boulder.[7541]

Tamale, Sylvia (2001): Between a rock and a hard place, Women’s self mobilization to overcome poverty in Uganda, in: Rowbotham, Sheila / Linkogle, Stephanie (eds.): Women resist globalization, Mobilizing for livelihood and rights, Zed Books, London, pp. 70-85.[7542]

Tripp, Alili Marie (1994): Gender, political participation and the transformation of associational life in Uganda and Tanzania, in: African Studies Review, vol. 37, no. 1, pp. 107-132.[7543]

Tripp, Alili Marie (1996): Urban women's movements and political liberalization in East Africa, in: Sheldon, Kathleen (ed.): Courtyards, markets, city streets, Urban women in Africa, Westview Press, Boulder, pp. 285-308.[7544]

Tripp, Alili Marie (1998): Gender, political participation, and the transformation of associational life in Uganda and Tanzania, in: Lewis, Peter (ed.): Africa, Dilemmas of development and change, Westview Press, Boulder, pp. 232-257.[7545]

Tripp, Alili Marie (2000): Women and politics in Uganda, University of Wisconsin Press, Madison.[7546]

Tripp, Alili Marie (2000): Rethinking difference, Comparative perspectives from Africa, in: Signs, vol. 32, no. 3, pp. 649-675.[7547]

Tripp, Alili Marie (2001): The politics of autonomy and cooptation in Africa, The case of the Ugandan women’s movement, in: Journal of Modern African Studies, vol. 39, no. 1, pp. 101-128.[7548]

Tripp, Alili Marie (2001): Women’s mobilization in Uganda, Nonracial ideologies in European-African-Asian encounters, 1945-1962, in: International Journal of African Historical Studies, vol. 34, no. 2, pp. 543-564.[7549]

Tripp, Alili Marie (2001): Women's movements and challenges to neopatrimonial rule, Preliminary Observations from Africa, in: Development and Change, vol. 32, pp. 33-54.[7550]

Tripp, Alili Marie (2001): The new political activism in Africa, in: Journal of Democracy, vol. 12, no. 3, pp. 141-155.[7551]

Tripp, Alili Marie (2002): The politics of women’ rights and cultural diversity in Uganda, in: Molyneux, M. / Razavi, S.(eds.): Gender, justice, democracy and rights, Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp. 413-440. [7552]

Tripp, Alili Marie / Kwesiga, Joy (2002): The women’s movement in Uganda, History, challenges and prospects, Fountain Publishers, Kampala.[7553]

Wakoko, Florence / Labao, Linda (1996): Reconceptualizing gender and reconstructing social life: Ugandan women and the path to national development, in: Africa Today, vol. 43, no. 3, pp. 307-321.[7554]

Religion - Christianity

Dimock, Liz (2003): Women’s leadership roles in the early protestant church in Uganda, Continuity with the old order, in: Australian Review of African Studies, vol. 25, no. 2, pp. 8-22.[7736]

Robins, Catherine (1979): Convention, life crisis, and stability among women in the East African revival, in. Jules-Rosette, Benetta (ed.): New religion of Africa, Ablex Publishing, Norwood, pp. 185-202.[7737]

Vokes, Richard (2018): Ghosts of Kanungu, Fertility, secrecy and exchange in the Great Lakes of East Africa, Boydell and Brewer, Rochester. [11622]

Religion - Islam

Schulz, Dorothea (2013): (En)gendering Muslim self-assertiveness, Muslim schooling and female elite formation in Uganda, in: Journal of Religion in Africa, vol. 43, no. 4, pp. 396-425.[8045]

Religion - traditional rituals and spirit mediumship

Curely, Richard (1973): Elders, shades and women, Ceremonial change in Lango, Uganda, University of California Press, Berkeley.[10312]

Doyle, Shane (2003): The Chewi-kubandwa debate: Gender, hegemony and pre-colonial religion in Bunyoro, Western Uganda, in: Africa, vol. 77, no. 4, pp. 559-581.[10313]

Sadgrove, Jo (2007): ‘Keeping up appearances’, Sex and religion amongst University students in Uganda, in: Journal of Religion in Africa, vol. 37, no. 1, pp. 116-144.[10314]

Rights - human rights violations gender based violence

Carlson, K. / Mazurana, D. (2008): Forced marriages with the Lord’s Resistance Army, Uganda, Feinstein International Centre, New York.[10766]

Center for Domestic Violence Prevention (CEDOVIP) (2007): Responding to domestic violence, A handbook for the Uganda Police Force, (written by Turyasingura Hope), Uganda Police Force, Kampala.[10767]

Heald, Susanne (1999): Sex, violence and ritual in Gisu society, Uganda, Routledge Publishers, London.[10768]

Human Rights Watch (2003): Stolen children, Abduction and recruitment in Northern Uganda, vol. 15, no. 7, New York.[10769]

Human Rights Watch (2003): Just die quietly, Domestic violence and women’s vulernability to HIV in Uganda, Human Rights Watch, vol. 15, no. 15, New York.[10770]

Human Science Research Council / International Centre for Research on Women / Associates for Develop (2008): Women’s property rights, HIV and AIDS, and domestic violence, Research Findings from two districts in South Africa and Uganda, HSRC Publication, Pretoria.[10771]

Karanja, L.W. (2003): Domestic violence and HIV infections in Uganda, in: Human Rights Dialogue, 10, pp. 10-11.[10772]

Koening, M.A. et al. (2007): Domestic violence in rural Uganda, Evidence from a community-based study, in: Bulletin of the World Health Organisation, 81, 1.[10773]

Kwiringira, Japhet Nkiriyehe, Mutabazi, Marion Mugisha, Mugumya, Firminus et al. (2018): Experiences of gender based violence among refugee populations in Uganda, Evidence from four refugee camps, in: Eastern African Social Science Research Review, vol. 34, no. 1, pp. 291-311. [10774]

Kwiringira, Japheth Nkiriyehe, et al. (2018): Experiences of gender-based violence among refugee populations in Uganda, Evidence from four Refugee Camps, in: Eastern Africa Social Science Research Review, vol. 34, no. 2, pp. 291–311. [11703]

Michau, L. / Naker, D. (2003): Mobilizing communities to prevent domestic violence, A resource guide for organisations in Eastern and South Africa, Raising Voices, Kampala.[10775]

Schulz, Philipp (2019): Gendered postconflict justice, Male survivors of sexual violence in Northern Uganda, in: Kurze, Arnaud / Lamont, Christopher (eds.): New critical spaes in transitional justice, Gender, art, and memory, Indiana University Press, Bloomington. Readings in sexualities from Africa, Indiana University Press, Bloomington.[10776]

Stavropoulos, J. (2006): Violence against girls, A retrospective survey in Ethiopia, Kenya and Uganda, in: African Child Policy Forum.[10777]

Tibatemwa-Ekirikubinza, Lilian (1995): Property rights, Institutional credit and the gender question in Uganda, in: East African Journal of Peace and Human Rights, 2, 1, pp. 68–80.[10778]

Tibatemwa-Ekirikubinza, Lilian (1997): Multiple partnering, Gender relations and violence by women in Uganda, in: East African Journal of Peace and Human Rights, 4, 1, pp. 15–40.[10779]

Tibatemwa-Ekirikubinza, Lilian (2003): Women’s violent crime in Uganda, More sinned than sinning, Fountain Publishers, Kampala.[10780]

Tibatemwa-Ekirikubinza, Lilian (2005): Criminal law in Uganda, Sexual assaults and offences against morality, Fountain Publishers, Kampala.[10781]

UNFPA (2004): Asseement of gender violence in APAC and Mbale Distrcit, Uganda, The coalition against gender based violence, UNFPA, Addis Abeba.[10782]

USAID/GBV Network / PATH / Raising Voices (2007): Strenghtening regional work on gender based violence, USAID/GBV Network/PATH/Raising Voices, Kampala.[10783]

Rights - Women Human Rights and legal system

Ahikire, Josephine / Mwiine, Amon (2020): Gender equtable change and the place of informal networks in Uganda’s legislative policy reforms, Global Development Institute, University of Manchester, Manchester.[11422]

Amnesty International (2007): Doubly traumatized, The lack of access to justice by women, AFR 59/005/2007, London.[11423]

Asiimwe-Mwesige, Jackie (2002): Universalism versus cultural relativism, Family law reform in Uganda, in: Agenda, no. 54, pp. 75-85.[11424]

Benedek, W. / Kisaakye, E. / Oberleitner, G. (eds.) (2002): Human rights of women, International instruments and African experiences, Zed Books, London.[11425]

Bikaako, Winnie / Ssenkumba, John (2003): Gender, law and rights, Contemporary contestations in law, policy and pratice in Uganda, in: Wanyeki, Muthoni (ed.): Women and land in Africa: Culture, religion and realizing women's rights. Zed Books, London, pp. 232-278.[11426]

Bond, Johanna (2005): Voices of African women, Women’s rights in Ghana, Uganda, and Tanzania, Carolina Academic Press, Durham.[11427]

Boyd, Lydia (2020): Making rights visible, The embodied nature of debates over sexual and gender-based rights in Uganda, in: Boyd, Lydia (ed.): Legislating gender and sexuality in Africa, Human rights, society and the state, University of Wisconsin Press, Madision, pp. 171-192.[11428]

Boyd, Lydia (2013): The problem with freedom, Homosexuality and human rights in Uganda, in: Anthropology Quarterly, vol. 86, no. 3, pp. 697-724.[11441]

Boyd, Lydia (2020): Making rights visible, The embodied nature of debates over sexual and gender-based rights in Uganda, in: Boyd, Lydia (ed.): Legislating gender and sexuality in Africa, Human rights, society and the state, University of Wisconsin Press, Madision, pp. 171-192.[11442]

Dawuni, Jarpa (ed.) (2021): Gender, Judging and the Courts in Africa, Selected studies, Routledge, London.[11634]

Kabonesa, Consolata (2002): Gender relations and women's rights to land in Uganda: A study of Kabarole District, Western Uganda, in: East African Journal of Peace and Human Rights, vol. 8, 2, pp. 227–249.[11429]

Kawamara-Mishambi, Sheila / Ovonji-Odida, Irene (2003): The ‘lost cause’: The campaign to advance women’s property rights in the Uganda 1998 Land Act, in: Goetz, Anne Marie / Hassim, Shireen (eds.): No shortcuts to power, African women in politics and policy making, Zed Books, London, pp. 160-188.[11430]

Khadiagala, Lynn (2001): The failure of popular justice in Uganda, Local councils and women’s property rights, in: Development and Change, vol. 32, pp. 55-76.[11431]

Khadiagala, Lynn (2002): Justice and power in the adjudication of women’s property rights in Uganda, in: Africa Today, vol. 49, no. 2, pp. 101-121.[11432]

Maitum, M. (1985): Women, the law and convention, Bugandan perspective, in: Journal of East African Research and Development, vol. 15, pp. 151-164.[11433]

Mayambala, Esther (1996): Changing the terms of the debate: Polygamy and the rights of women in Kenya and Uganda', in: East African Journal of Peace and Human Rights, 3, 2, pp. 200–238.[11434]

Muriisa, R. K. / Twinamasiko, S. (2020): Land grabbing in the Albertine Graben, Implications for women’s land rights and the oil industry in Uganda, in: Langer, Armin / Ukiwo, Ukoha / Mbabazi, Pamela (eds.): Oil wealth and development in Uganda and beyond, Leuven University Press, Leuven, pp. 239-264.[11435]

Naggita, D. Esther (2000): Why men come out ahead: The legal regime and the protection and realization of women's rights in Uganda, in: East African Journal of Peace and Human Rights, 6, 1, pp. 34–61.[11436]

Naggita, D. Esther (2001): The Beijing Platform for Action: A review of progress made by Uganda (1995–2000), East African Journal of Peace and Human Rights, vol. 7, no. 2,pp. 256–282. [11437]

Odongo-Mwake, Beatrice (2003): Women and the democratic process in Uganda, Gender and justice, in: Hatchard, John / Penny-Kessaris, Amanda (eds.): Law and development, Facing complexity in the 21th century, Cavendish Publishing, London, pp. 246-261.[11438]

Perlman, M.L. (1969): The changing status and role of women in Toro (Western Uganda), in: Cahiers d’Etudes Africaines, vol. 6, no. 4, pp. 564-591.[11439]

Perlman, M.L. (1970): Law and the status of women in Uganda, A systematic comparison between the Ganda and the Toro, in: Tropical Man, pp. 60-105.[11440]

Porter, Holly (2017): After rape, Violence, justice and social harmony in Uganda, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.[11443]

Roys, Chris (1996): Widows and orphans property disputes: The impact of AIDS in Rakai district, Uganda, in: Development in Practice, vol. 5, no. 4, pp. 346-351.[11444]

Sebba, K.R. (2006): Land conflicts and their impact on refugee women’s livelihoods in South Western Uganda, Research Paper, no. 127, Department of Women and Gender Studies, Makerere University, Kampala.[11445]

Semafumu, Rosemary (1999): Uganda's reporting obligations under the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW) in: East African Journal of Peace and Human Rights, 5, 2, pp. 175–198.[11446]

Tamale, Sylvia (1993): Law reform and women’s rights in Uganda, in: East African Journal of Peace and Human Rights, vol. 1, no. 2, pp. 164-194.[11447]

Tamale, Sylvia (2001): How old is old enough? Defilement law and the age of consent in Uganda, in: East African Journal of Peace and Human Rights, vol. 7, no. 1, pp. 82-100.[11448]

Tamale, Sylvia (2009): Law, sexuality, and politics in Uganda, Challenges for women’s human rights NGOs, in: Mutua, Makau (ed.): Human rights NGOs in East Africa, Political and normative tensions, Pennsylvania University Press, Pennsylvania, pp. 51-74..[11449]

Tibatemwa-Ekirikubinza, Lilian (1995): Property rights, Institutional credit and the gender question in Uganda, in: East African Journal of Peace and Human Rights, 2, 1, pp. 68–80.[11450]

Tibatemwa-Ekirikubinza, Lilian (1997): Multiple partnering, Gender relations and violence by women in Uganda, in: East African Journal of Peace and Human Rights, 4, 1, pp. 15–40.[11451]

Tibatemwa-Ekirikubinza, Lilian (2003): Women’s violent crime in Uganda, More sinned than sinning, Fountain Publishers, Kampala.[11452]

Tibatemwa-Ekirikubinza, Lilian (2005): Criminal law in Uganda, Sexual assaults and offences against morality, Fountain Publishers, Kampala.[11453]

Toyo, Nkoyo (2006): Revising equality as a right, The minimum age of marriage clause in the Nigerian Child Rights Act, 2003, in: Third World Quarterly, vol. 27, no. 7, pp. 1299-1312.[11454]

Tripp, Aili Marie (2002): The politics of women’ rights and cultural diversity in Uganda, in: Molyneux, M. / Razavi, S. (eds.): Gender, justice, democracy and rights, Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp. 413-440. [11455]

Tripp, Aili Marie (2006): Women’s movements, customary law, and land rights in Africa, The case of Uganda, in: African Studies Quarterly, vol. 8, no. 3, pp. 1-12.[11456]

Twinomugisha, Ben K. (2007): Do the rights of poor women really matter? Globalization and the protection of reproductive health rights in Uganda, in: East African Journal of Peace & Human Rights, vol. 13, no. 1, pp. 81-103.[11457]

Wakhweya, Angela (1999): Women’s health and human rights in Uganda, ‘To be or not to be, that is the question’, in: Fox, Diana / Hasci, Naima (eds.): The challenges of women’s activism and human rights in Africa, The Edwin Mellen Press, Lewiston, pp. 266-286.[11458]

Wengi, Jennifer Okumu (1990): Women’s property rights upon dissolution of marriage and widowhood, Issues in Ugandan laws, Working Papers in Women’s Law, no. 31, Institute of Women’s Law, University of Oslo, Oslo.[11459]

Wengi, Jennifer Okumu (1990): Women’s property rights upon dissolution of marriage and widowhood, Issues in Ugandan laws, Working Papers in Women’s Law, no. 31, Institute of Women’s Law, University of Oslo, Oslo.[11460]

Wyrod, Robert (2008): Between women’s rights and men’s authority, Masculinity and shifting discourses on gender difference in urban Uganda, in: Gender and Society, vol. 22, no. 6, pp. 799-823.[11461]

Wyrod, Robert (2016): When rights come home, The intimate politics of women’s rights in urban Uganda, in: Humanity, An international Journal of Human Rights, Humanitarianism, and Development, vol. 7, no. 1, pp. 47-70.[11462]

society - families marriages

Atekyereza, Peter (2001): Bride wealth in Uganda: A reality of contradictions, in: Uganda Journal, vol. 47, pp. 49-66.[8914]

Carlson, K. / Mazurana, D. (2008): Forced marriages with the Lord’s Resistance Army, Uganda, Feinstein International Centre, New York.[8915]

Mayambala, Ester (1996): Changing the terms of the debate: Polygamy and the rights of women in Kenya and Uganda, in: East African Journal of Peace and Human Rights, 3, 2, pp. 200–238.[8916]

Nabaitu, Januario / Bachengana, Cissy / Seeley, Janet (1994): Marital instability in a rural population in South-West Uganda, Implications for the spread of HIV-1 infection, in: Africa, vol. 64, no. 2, pp. 243-251.[8917]

Nkwaka, Apollo (2009): Maternal employment and fatherhood, What influences paternal involvement in child care work in Uganda, in: Gender and Development, vol. 17, no. 2, pp. 255-267.[8918]

Perlman, M.L. (1975): Children born out of the wedlock and the status of women in Toro, Uganda, in: Rural Africana, 21, pp. 95-117.[8919]

Roys, Chris (1996): Widows and orphans property disputes: The impact of AIDS in Rakai district, Uganda, in: Development in Practice, vol. 5, no. 4, pp. 346-351.[8920]

Whythe, Susan Reynolds / Whythe, Michael (2004): Children’s children, Time and relatedness in Eastern Uganda, in: Africa, vol. 74, no. 1, pp. 76-94.[8921]

society - homosexuality / sexual minorities

Amusan, Lere / Saka, Luqman / Muinat, Adekeye (2019): Gay rights and the politics of anti-homosexuality legislation in Africa, Insights from Uganda and Nigeria, in: Journal of African Union Studies, vol. 8, no. 2, pp. 45-66.[9170]

Boyd, Lydia (2013): The problem with freedom, Homosexuality and human rights in Uganda, in: Anthropology Quarterly, vol. 86, no. 3, pp. 697-724.[9171]

Hawley, John C. (ed.) (2018): Queer theory in film and fiction, African Literature Today, ALT 36, James Currey, Melton.[9172]

Kintu, Deborah (2021): The Ugandan morality crusade, The brutal campaign against homosexuality and pornography under Yoweri Museveni, McFarland and Company Publishers, Jefferson NC.[9173]

Morgan, Ruth / Wieringa, Saskia (eds.) (2005): Tommy boys, Lesbian men and ancestral wives, Female same-sex practices in Africa, Jacana Media, Johannesburg.[9174]

Sadgrove, Joanna / Vanderbeck, Robert et al. (2012): Morality plays and money matters, Towards a situated understanding of the politics of homosexuality in Uganda, in: Journal of Modern African Studies, vol. 50, no. 1, pp 103-129. [11845]

Tamale, Sylvia (2007): Out of the closet, Unveiling sexuality discourses in Uganda, in: Cole, Catherine / Takyiwaa / Miescher, Stephan (eds.): Africa after gender? Indiana University Press, Bloomington, pp. 17-29.[9175]

van Klinken, Adriaan / Stiebert, Johanna / Sebyala, Brian / Hudson, Frederick (eds.) (2021): Sacred Queer Stories, Ugandan LGBTQ+ Refugee Lives & the Bible, Boydell and Brewer, Rochester/Suffolk.[11682]

society - masculinities

Dolan, Chris (1999): Peace research and the reconciliation agenda, Conference report, ACORD and the Acholi religious leaders peace initiative, Gulu.[9478]

Dolan, Chris (2000): Do weak states undermine masculinities?, IDS Insights, Issue 35, Brighton.[9479]

Dolan, Chris (2002): Collapsing masculinities and weak states, A case study of Northern Uganda, in: Cleaver, Frances (ed.): Masculinities matter! Men, gender and development, Zed Books, London, pp. 57-83.[9480]

Heald, Suzette (1986): The ritual use of violence, Circumcision among the Gisu of Uganda, in: Rich, David (ed.): The anthropology of violence, Blackwell Publishers, Oxford, pp. 70-85.[9481]

Heald, Suzette (1999): Manhood and morality, Sex, violence and ritual in Gisu society, Routledge, London.[9482]

Janmyr, Maja (2019): Military recruitment of Sudanese refugee men in Uganda, A tale of national patronage and international failure, in: Buckley-Zistel, Susanne / Krause, Ulrike (eds.): Gender, violence and refugees, Berghahn Books, London, pp. 219-238.[9483]

Jones, Adam (ed.) (2006): Men of the global South, A reader, Zed Books, London.[9484]

Krause, Ulrike (2016): Hegemonie von Männern? Flüchtlingslager, Maskulinitäten und Gewalt in Uganda, in: Soziale Probleme, vol. 27, no. 1, pp. 119-145.[9485]

Wyrod, Robert (2008): Between women’s rights and men’s authority, Masculinity and shifting discourses on gender difference in urban Uganda, in: Gender and Society, vol. 22, no. 6, pp. 799-823.[9486]

society - migration and urbanisation

Mandeville, E. (1979): Poverty, work and financing of single women in Kampala, in: Africa, vol. 49, no. 1, pp. 42-52.[9810]

Ogden, Jessica A. (1997): Producing respect: The “proper woman” in postcolonial Kampala, in: Werbner, Richard / Ranger, Terence (eds.): Postcolonial identities, Routledge, London, pp. 165-192.[9811]

Wallmann, Sandra / Pons, Valdo (2001): Where have all the young men gone? Evidence and explanations of changing age-sex rations in Kampala, in: Africa, vol. 71, no. 1, pp. 113-127.[9812]

society - women's organisations

Franz, Andrea (2004): Wie konfliktfähig sind Frauenorganisationen, Zivilgesellschaft und Entwicklungspolitik in Uganda, in: Femina Politica, 2, pp.50-64.[10139]

Goetz, Anne Marie (2003): Problems with patronage, Constraints on women’s political effectiveness in Uganda, in: Goetz, Anne Marie / Hassim, Shireen (eds.): No shortcuts to power, African women in politics and policy making, Zed Books, London, pp.110-139.[10140]

Kasete, Deborah (1998): The gap between gender research and activism in Uganda, in: Nnaemeka, Obioma (ed.): Sisterhood, feminisms and power, Africa World Press, Trenton, pp.184-191.[10141]

Kweseyiga, Joy (2003): The women’s movement in Uganda revisited, Will the twenty-first century create a different stand, in: Uganda Journal, vol. 49, pp.20-40.[10142]

Mbire-Barungi, Barbara (1999): Uganda feminism, Political rhetoric or reality, in: Women’s Studies International Forum, vol. 22, no. 4, pp.434-430.[10143]

Pickering, Helen et al. (1996): Women’s groups and individual entrepreneurs: A Ugandan case study, in: Gender and Development, Focus on Gender, vol. 4, no. 3, pp.54-60.[10144]

Tadria, H.M (1973): Uganda women’s organizations: Their contributions towards raising Uganda’s standard of living, in: Afrika Spektrum, 2, pp.217-226.[10146]

Tamale, Sylvia (2009): Law, sexuality, and politics in Uganda, Challenges for women’s human rights NGOs, in: Mutua, Makau (ed.): Human rights NGOs in East Africa, Political and normative tensions, Pennsylvania University Press, Pennsylvania, pp. 51-74..[10145]

Tripp, Aili Marie (1994): Gender, political participation and the transformation of associational life in Uganda and Tanzania, in: African Studies Review, vol. 37, no. 1, pp.107-132.[10147]

Tripp, Aili Marie (1996): Urban women’s movements and political liberalization in East Africa, in: Sheldon, Kathleen (ed.): Courtyards, markets, city streets, Urban women in Africa, Westview Press, Boulder, pp.285-308.[10148]

Tripp, Aili Marie (1998): Local women’s associations and politics in contemorary Uganda, in: Hansen, Bernt Holger / Twaddle, Michael (eds.): Developing Uganda, James Currey, London, pp.120-132.[10149]

Tripp, Aili Marie (1998): Gender, political participation, and the transformation of associational life in Uganda and Tanzania, in: Lewis, Peter (ed.): Africa, Dilemmas of development and change, Westview Press, Boulder, pp.232-257. (and published in: African Studies Review, vol. 37, no. 1, 1994, pp.107-132)[10150]

Tripp, Aili Marie (2000): Women and politics in Uganda, University of Wisconsin Press, Madison.[10151]

Tripp, Aili Marie (2001): The politics of autonomy and cooptation in Africa, The case of the Ugandan women’s movement, in: Journal of Modern African Studies, vol. 39, no. 1, pp.101-128.[10152]

Tripp, Aili Marie (2001): Women’s mobilization in Uganda, Nonracial ideologies in European-African-Asian encounters, 1945-1962, in: International Journal of African Historical Studies, vol. 34, no. 2, pp.543-564.[10153]

Tripp, Aili Marie (2001): Women’s movements and challenges to neopatrimonial rule, Preliminary Observations from Africa, in: Development and Change, vol. 32, pp.33-54.[10154]

Tripp, Aili Marie (2001): The new political activism in Africa, in: Journal of Democracy, vol. 12, no. 3, pp.141-155.[10155]

Tripp, Aili Marie (2002): The politics of women’ rights and cultural diversity in Uganda, in: Molyneux, M. / Razavi, pp. (eds.): Gender, justice, democracy and rights, Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp.413-440. [10156]

Tripp, Aili Marie (2006): Women’s movements, customary law, and land rights in Africa, The case of Uganda, in: African Studies Quarterly, vol. 8, no. 3, pp.1-12.[10157]

Tripp, Aili Marie / Kwesiga, Joy (2002): The women’s movement in Uganda, History, challenges and prospects, Fountain Publishers, Kampala.[10158]

Van Allen, Judith (2001): Women’s rights movements as a measure of African democracy, in: Journal of Asian and African Studies, vol. 36, no. 1, pp.39-63.[10159]

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