The Journal for Development Issues (JDI), ISSN 20747-4354 is a publication of the Faculty Of Business and Development Studies. It is published twice annually. This journal welcomes research papers on development issues from all social science disciplines and from business studies.

Recent Submissions

  • Social science Research Methods,Higher Education and Development 

    Mushemeza, Elijah Dickens (Faculty of Business and Development Studies, 2009-12)
    This article discuses the nexus between social science research methods,higher education and development.it highlights the importance of research and defines social research and how it can answer dilemmas facing the African ...
  • Social science Research Methods, Higher Education and Development 

    Mushemeza, Elijah Dickens (Faculty of Business and Development Studies Bishop Stuart University, 2009-12)
    This article discusses the nexus between social science research methods,higher education and development
  • value-Chain Management of Food Crop Entreprises in Uganda 

    Kalibwani, Rebecca M. (Faculty of Business and Development Studies Bishop Stuart University, 2012-12)
    Although food crop marketing in uganda has been positively influenced by market reforms,food crop enterprise value The o\'crall objective of the study that preceded this article was to in,·cstigaw the management of the ...
  • Challenges of Teaching and Research in a New Private University in Uganda 

    Tukwasibwe, Moses (Faculty of Business and Development Studies, 2009-12)
    This article seeks to answer five pertinent questions:what is role of a university?what capacities do new private universities have?what challenges do they face?what is the role of government in higher education?what could ...
  • The Role of vice-chancellor in a University in Uganda 

    Bibangambah, Jossy R (Faculty of Business and Development Studies, 2009-12)
    This article discusses the role of a Vice-chancellor in a university
  • The perspective of Environmental Education 

    Nagawa, Gorrety (Faculty of Business and Development Studies Bishop Stuart University, 2012-12)
    Conservation awareness is a major prerequisite for proper management of the environment and the earth's natural resource heritage.Similarly, the 1:1ck o f alternati,·cs to particular resources can lead 10 increased ...
  • The role of Natural resources in providing employment opportunities among rural communities in Uganda 

    Atwijukire, Sirian Bagamba (Faculty of Business and Development Studies Bishop Stuart University, 2012-12)
    One of the key causes of Rural -urban migration is the lack of employment in rural areas The absence of reliable infrastructural assets in rural areas leads to the lack of access to basic social services, markets and job ...
  • The nexus between mental health and sustainable development 

    Bahati, Ronald (Faculty of Business and Development Studies Bishop Stuart University, 2012-12)
    This article interrogates the nexus between mental health and sustainable development by using the eight millennium Development goals( MDGs) set by the UN as benchmarks for the needed development in the World.It shows how ...
  • Behavioral Interventions towards Adoption of an Improved Cooking Stove 

    Aheisibwe, Irene (Faculty of Business and Development Studies Bishop Stuart University, 2011-12)
    This Article is a result of study that was carried out to assess womens' empowerment activities and their relationship to development among rural women in uganda.The main purpose of the study was to look at behavioral ...
  • Analysis of the Competing Agricultural Extension Modalities in Uganda 

    Ssemakula, Edward,Germina Ssemogerere (Faculty of Business and Development Studies Bishop Stuart University, 2012-12)
    Extension Modality is the general statement of the intellectual,managerial and political framework within which the extension service is carried out(Donkoh et al.1999) The mwy modalities can be grouped into three broad ...
  • The growth,Reproduction and Survival of Biomphalaria species in the Field and Laboratory at Lake Albert in Uganda 

    Kazibwe, Francis (Faculty of Business and Development Studies Bishop Stuart University, 2012-12)
    Bilharzia or Schistosomiasis is aparasitic of man and is caused by blood flukesof the genus schistosoma.The parasite is transmitted through specific aquatic inrermcdiate hoses in various freshwntcr habirnts. In terms of ...
  • Promoting Community Nutrition in Rural Communities of East Africa 

    Nuwagaba, Elias Kariisa (Faculty of Business and Development Studies Bishop Stuart University, 2012-12)
    Food is emotional,political and life-determining.Naturally,it fills the cultural outlook and colours of life for the half billion rich people of the world But the quest for food and the worry as co how that quest will be ...
  • Environmental and Sustainable Production in Uganda 

    Aligonza, John (Faculty of Business and Development Studies Bishop Stuart University, 2012-12)
    This article discusses the relationship between environment and sustainable production in relation to agriculture,forestry,fishing,water availability and hydro power.The article highlights how environment can negatively ...
  • Science and Development 

    Tumwesigye, Alice Jossy Kyobutungi (Faculty of Business and Development Studies Bishop Stuart University, 2012-12)
    The role of science in the development of rural communities of East Africa
  • Women and Elections in Uganda 

    Atukunda, Gershom (Faculty of Business and Development Studies Bishop Stuart University, 2011-12)
    Elections as one of the pillars of dcn1octacy, O\"Ct the )'t:an h•vc dcmoom~ucd practically the possibility 10 usher in good. r~ponsiblc and accoutu~ble le<.u.lcrship in some counuits ir. Africa. 1l1cy have also demonsmrcd ...
  • Voters' Perception of the Contribution of Citizen Participation in Local Council Elections in Uganda 

    Mwesigwa, David (Faculty of Business and Development Studies Bishop Stuart University, 2011-12)
    Thepost-dection phase in A frlca has witnessed a ncwdishearteoing fearure of bcing marred by violent conflicts and conffict resolution muggln. This cannoc go ,..;tbout appreciating chc dcmocncic transition on the continenr ...
  • Voters' Perception of the Contribution of Citizen Participation in Local Council Elections in Uganda 

    Mwesigwa, David (Faculty of Business and Development Studies Bishop Stuart University, 2011-12)
    Thepost-dection phase in A frlca has witnessed a ncwdishearteoing fearure of bcing marred by violent conflicts and conffict resolution muggln. This cannoc go ,..;tbout appreciating chc dcmocncic transition on the continenr ...
  • Post-Election Conflictsand Conflict Resolution 

    Mpairwe, Anthony (Faculty of Business and Development Studies Bishop Stuart University, 2011-12)
    The post-election phase in Africa has witnessed a ncwdishearteoing feature of bcing marred by violent conflicts and conffict resolution muggln. This cannot go ,..;tbout appreciating chc dcmocncic transition on the ...
  • Dilemmas in Financing Higher Education in Uganda 

    Bibangambah, Jane Kiconco (Faculty of Business and Development Studies, 2009-12)
    This article discusses the dilemmas associated with financing higher education in Uganda
  • Non-State Actors, Elections and Development in Africa 

    Bibangambah, Jane Kiconco (Faculty of Business and Development Studies Bishop Stuart University, 2011-12)
    This article Examines Civil society's contributions todcmocntis.ation and development in Africa through theu encouragement and promotion of populor political participation by means of electoral processes and dcetoral ...

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