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Public Perception of Parliament Broadcasting in Kenya: Towards Altering Mutual Attitude and Augmenting Knowledge
(American Research Institute for Policy Development, 2014)
A major problem faced by many countries where Parliamentary democracy is developing, is lack of public knowledge and awareness about the functions of Parliaments and their mode of operation (Miller, 2008; IPU, 2006; ...
Concomitants of socio-cultural exigencies on narrative preferences in the Kenyan “Riverwood” film
(Royallite Global, 2017)
In a report commissioned by the World Story Organization in 2008, Justine Edwards points out that storyline lies at the centre of problems that Kenyan films face in trying to “break down the wall preventing Kenyan ...
Potentials of Drama Therapy in Unmasking the Personae of Survivors of Female Genital Mutilation among the Kenyan Maasai
(Journal of African Theatre, Film and Media Discourse, 2017)
Circumcision of females was and still remains a cultural practice in many African communities. While modernity and access to education has led to vilification of this tradition, the guardians and conservators of ...
The Gender Agenda in Kenyan Children’s Feature Films
(Journal of African Theatre, Filmand Media Discourse, 2017)
The gender agenda has featured substantially in creative works from Africa and particularly Kenya. Although film is considered a new form of creative expression in Africa, compared to the west, it has not ...
Corollaries of Size: Encumbrances of Childhood in West-Indian Fiction
(Royallite Global, 2018)
Perhaps the child’s physical and mental sizes contribute more to the position a child is bestowed in a society. Childhood has been viewed as an epitome of weakness and infirmity of both body and soul. This has been the ...