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Effects of Drawing Approach and Class Setting on Symbolism of Children's Drawings on Conflict Experiences: A Study of Primary School Pupils in Nairobi County, Kenya
(Kenyatta University, 2014)
Though drawing is one of the methodologies of teaching conflict resolution within Peace Education, the structured drawing approach within group setting currently in practice is limiting in free expression of emotions by ...
Use of drama therapy in unlocking the voices of survivors of Female Genital Mutilation among the Kenyan Maasai
This study investigates the utilization of drama therapy to unlock voices of survivors of Female Genital Mutilation. The study proceeds from the assumption that drama therapy is a useful tool not only to reach out to the ...
Style and content in selected Kenyan message films 1980 to 2009
This study analyses style and content in Kenyan message films produced between 1980and 2009. Anchored on the principles of Formalist, Auteurist, Postcolonial and ViewerResponse theories, it narrows down to four films sampled ...
Use of psychodraivatic role-playing communication in HIV/AIDS among the youth in Msambweni, Kwale county, Kenya
Effective HIV/AIDS communication remains central in controlling and preventing its spread because of absence of cure and vaccination against the disease. This study therefore seeks to explore psychodramatic role-playing ...