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By Kasozi

Utilizing a resounding causal version of violence, Kasozi attributes the main factors of violence in Uganda to social inequality, the failure to enhance valid clash solution mechanisms, and elements that experience stimulated the area and styles of clash in that society (such as loss of a standard language, spiritual sectarianism, vigilante justice, and gender inequality). He concludes the examine by way of drawing comparisons with neighbouring nations and delivering a few prescriptions for relieving the violence. Kasozi was once assisted by means of Nakanyike Musisi and James Mukooza Sejjengo, who participated within the learn in this booklet. The Social Origins of Violence in Uganda is likely one of the so much thorough and finished analyses of the explanations, degrees, and prevalence of greater than 20 years of violence in Uganda.

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