Publications

Prof. Martha Kibukamusoke has published a number of journal articles, books and book chapters

Journal Articles Books & Book Chapters Research Reports Conference Proceedings Upcoming Articles Workshops Mirembe, D. P, Kibukamusoke, M & Lubega, J. T. (2023). State of Social Media Adoption for Economic Empowerment Purposes: A Case of Uganda. Cavendish Journal of Social Science and Management, Vol 2. https://www.cavendish.ac.ug/wp-content/uploads/2023/10/State-of-Social-Media-Adoption-for-Economic-Empowerment-Purposes-A-Case-of-Uganda.pdf Kibukamusoke, M., Mirembe, D. P & Lubega, J. T. (2023). Chapter 3: Digital transformation and wealth creation state of Uganda population report: Access and adoption of digital technologies among persons with disabilities. In THE STATE OF UGANDA POPULATION REPORT 2023: Mindset Change for A Favourable Population Age Structure: A Prerequisite for Wealth Creation. National Population Council (1st ed., pp. 52-68). Obika, J.A., Kibukamusoke, M. (2023). “Yes, Gossip is Good!”: Competition and the Performance of Camaraderie in a University Setting. In: M. H. Carrim, N. (eds) Office Gossip and Minority Employees in the South African Workplace. Springer, Singapore. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-99-2691-6_12 Nakibuuka, F & Kibukamusoke, M. (2023). Job satisfaction and employee performance; a case study of Exim Bank Uganda Limited. Cavendish Journal of Social Science and Management, 1(2), https://www.cavendish.ac.ug/wp-content/uploads/2023/03/Job-Satisfaction-and-Employee-Performance-a-Case-Study-of-Exim-Bank-Uganda-Limited-1.pdf Kakuru, D., Kamusiime, A., Kibukamusoke, M., Lindner, K., & Mugabo, C. (2022). NETWORKING FOR VIOLENCE AGAINST CHILDREN: AN ANALYSIS OF THE FORMAL–INFORMAL NETWORK DICHOTOMY IN UGANDA. International Journal of Child, Youth and Family Studies, 13(2-3), 105-122. https://doi.org/10.18357/ijcyfs132-3202221115 Nakitto, M. H., Mirembe, D. P., Waako, C., Lubega, J., Kibukamusoke, M., & Nambogo, F. (2022). The Influences of Open Access of Online Health Information on Patient Compliance to Professional Healthcare Providers Prescription in Kasangati Town Council, Wakiso District Uganda. Advances in Social Sciences Research Journal, 9(8), 602–616. https://doi.org/10.14738/assrj.98.12711 Mirembe, D. P., Lubega, J. ., Kibukamusoke, M., & Nambogo, F. . (2022). Survey on the State of Digital Human Rights Management and Internet Use in Uganda. Archives of Business Research, 10(6), 42–61. https://doi.org/10.14738/abr.106.11402 Kibukamusoke, M. (2021). Community participation, waste facilities and solid waste management in Uganda. A case study of Gulu district. Research and Reviews; Journal of social sciences RRJSS. Vol. 7, No. 8, 2021. https://www.rroij.com/open-access/community-participation-waste-facilities-and-solid-waste-management-in-uganda-a-case-study-of-gulu-district.pdf Kibukamusoke, M., Alemiga, J., Kiwuwa, K., Joloba, J., & Kalyango, I. (2021). The functionality of the housing policy instruments in Uganda. Research and Reviews; Journal of social sciences RRJSS. Vol. 7, No. 8, 2021. https://www.rroij.com/open-access/the-functionality-of-the-housing-policy-instruments-in-uganda.pdf Civic Source (2021). Networking to address violence against children in East Africa: An exploratory study VAC+RESEARCH+REPORT.pdf (squarespace.com) Kibukamusoke, M., & Kibukamusoke, C. (2021). Working conditions and employee motivation in micro enterprises in Mukono. Journal of Education and Cultural Studies ISSN 2573-0401 (Print) ISSN 2573-041X (Online) Vol. 5, No. 4, 2021 N. Kayondo, B., & Kibukamusoke , M. (2020). Effect of Monitoring and Evaluation Processes on Student Course Completion in Universities. International Journal of Technology and Management, 5(1), 15. Retrieved from https://utamu.ac.ug/ijotm/index.php/ijotm/article/view/57 Ahabyoona, F., T. Lubega, J., & Kibukamusoke, M. (2020). The Financial Performance dilemma in Agricultural Cooperatives of Kamwenge and Sheema districts in Uganda. The Credit Facilitation Decisions perspective. International Journal of Technology and Management, 5(1), 27. Retrieved from https://utamu.ac.ug/ijotm/index.php/ijotm/article/view/56 Mirembe, D.P., Lubega, J.T. and Kibukamusoke, M. (2020) ‘Using ICTs to enhance duty bearer accountability and transparency to citizens in Eastern and Northern Uganda’, Int. J. Information Technology, Communications and Convergence, Vol. 3, No. 3, pp.228–243. DOI: 10.1504/IJITCC.2019.106559 Available at https://www.inderscience.com/info/inarticle.php?artid=106559 Ahabyoona, F.M., Lubega, J. T., Musoke, M.K. (2019). Financing innovations for agricultural credit facility policy challenges in Uganda. Contextualizing the usefulness of the Decision Enhancement Credit Facilitation Approach (DECFA) for farmer financing. RUFORUM Working Document Series (ISSN 1607-9345)2019, No. 18 (1): 876 - 882. Available from httpp://repository.ruforum.org. https://repository.ruforum.org/documents/financing-innovations-agricultural-credit-facility-policy-challenges-uganda https://repository.ruforum.org/system/tdf/Ahabyoona%20FM.pdf?file=1&type=node&id=40717&force Alemiga, J. & Kibukamusoke, M., 2019, ‘Determinants of the quality of academic staff in the process of teaching and learning in private universities in Uganda’, Africa’s Public Service Delivery and Performance Review 7(1), a244. https://doi.org/ 10.4102/apsdpr.v7i1.244 https://apsdpr.org/index.php/apsdpr/article/view/244/458 Drake, M. Jude, T. Lubega. Kibukamusoke, M. (2019). Leveraging Social Media in Higher Education: A case of Universities in Uganda: European Journal of Open, Distance and E-learning Vol. 22, Issue 1 March 2019. ISSN 1027-5207. Available at http://www.eurodl.org/?p=current&sp=full&article=797 Kibukamusoke, M. & Ssewankambo, T., (2019), ‘Cooperate governance and financial performance in War Child Uganda’, Africa’s Public Service Delivery and Performance Review 7(1), a235. https://doi.org/ 10.4102/apsdpr.v7i1.235 Ahabyoona, F., Lubega, J. T., & Kibukamusoke, M. (2019). Information Communication Technology for enhanced credit facilitation decisions for Agricultural Cooperatives in Uganda. International Journal of Technology and Management, 4(1), 22. Retrieved from http://ijotm.utamu.ac.ug/index.php/ijotm/article/view/15 Kibukamusoke, M., Omvia, D., Mirembe, D. P., & Lubega, J. T. (2018). Economic empowerment for women through accountability and transparency activities. International Journal of Technology and Management, 3(2), 10. Retrieved from http://ijotm.utamu.ac.ug/index.php/ijotm/article/view/46/49 Ssewankambo, T., & Kibukamusoke, M. (2018). Macroeconomic policies, currency risks, lending policies and banks’ competitiveness in Uganda. International Journal of Technology and Management, 3(1), 12. Retrieved from https://utamu.ac.ug/ijotm/index.php/ijotm/article/view/32 Mukasa, E. S., & Kibukamusoke, M. (2018). Corporate Communication and Governance in Public enterprises in Africa, A case of Uganda in the 21st Century: A Case study of a Public University and a Health Center IV. International Journal of Technology and Management, 3(1), 10. Retrieved from http://ijotm.utamu.ac.ug/index.php/ijotm/article/view/36 Kibukamusoke, M. & Alemiga, J. (2018) Civic and political rights of the Batwa ethnic minority in local governance at village level: the case of Kanungu district Africa’s Public Service Delivery and Performance Review Journal, available online at: https://apsdpr.org/index.php/apsdpr/article/view/162 Kibukamusoke, M. (2016) Demographic dividend in Africa, prospects, opportunities and challenges: a case study of Uganda: Journal of Sociology Vol. 4, No.6, July 2016 ISSN 2347-8241 (available online at www.researchjournali.com, http://www.researchjournali.com/view.php?id=2770) Kibukamusoke, M. (2016) Women’s involvement and their civic and political responsibility among the Batwa ethnic minority group in Kanungu district south western Uganda: Journal of Sociology Vol. 3, No. 3, May 2016 ISSN 2349-5375 (available online at www.researchjournali.com, http://www.researchjournali.com/view.php?id=2823) Kibukamusoke, M.& Ssebbaale, M. (2016) Comparing and Contrasting the Linear Regression Analysis Theory And Pearsons’ Product Moment Correlation Analysis Theory In Inferential Statistics: (available online at www.researchjournali.com, http://www.researchjournali.com/view.php?id=1994,) Kibukamusoke, M. (2010) a critical analysis of child labour and human resource development in Uganda: Seals South East Academic Libraries Systems (available online at http://contentpro.seals.ac.za/iii/cpro/app?id=3763223660972595&itemId...def   Kibukamusoke, M. & Kakembo, F. (2016.) Blending traditions and modernity: Television, education and life-skills orientation of urban youths in Uganda: Journal of Communication and Media Research (JCMR) Vol. 9, No. 1, Sp. 1, June 2017, 1 – 19, ISSN 2141 – 5277  © Delmas Communications Ltd available at: www.jcmronline.com Basheka, B.C., & Lubega J.T. & Kibukamusoke, M.  - Management and Organizational Efficiency: Exploring Current Trends and Practices - Year of Publication: 2017. ISBN: 978-9970-9707-0-4 - https://bit.ly/2D4LXXd Kibukamusoke, M. Goretti. Pinno.I. Louis & Kizza Ronald. (2021). Review of cyber policies protecting women and children online. https://www.digitalwomanuganda.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/REVIEW-OF-CYBER-POLICIES-PROTECTING-WOMEN-AND-CHILDREN-ONLINE-4.pdf Kibukamusoke, M. Pinno.I. Louis. Goretti. Kizza, R & Delmus, Charity. (2020). Level of awareness on access and the use of ICT and digital networks in Uganda. Rogers, K. & Kibukamusoke, M. (2011). Research report on commercial sexual exploitation of children in Uganda, a critical review of efforts to address commercial sexual exploitation of children (CSEC) 2005-2011- Funded by Uganda Youth Development Link (UYDEL) and National Council for Children (NCC) Kibukamusoke, M. & Ssebbaale, M.  (2017). Corporate Communication, Governance and leadership in Public enterprises in Africa. A case study of Uganda in the 21st Century (to be presented during the 4th International Conference on Technology and Management (ICTM-17) August 2017) Kibukamusoke, M. (2016). Communication, change management and sustainable development in the 21st century sub theme: communication, change management and corporate reporting culture (Presented in September 27th – 30th 2016 at the 3rd Ebenezer Soola conference on communication at Ibadan University Nigeria) Kibukamusoke, M. (2016). Strengthening research capacities for applied research into human health and climate change (Presented March 22-24th 2017 during the third CAAST Net Plus Africa-EU Research and Innovation Collaboration Platform on Climate Change) Jude, T. Lubega, Drake, M. Kibukamusoke, M. (upcoming) “Use of social media among smallholder farmers: lessons from Northern Uganda.” Under review with journal of applied communications; New prairie press https://newprairiepress.org Drake, M. Jude, T. Lubega Kibukamusoke, M. (upcoming). Farmers' Extension Services using Information Communication Technologies: A Case Study of the ERIGNU Mobile Application Natukunda, L. Kakuru, D. Kibukamusoke, M. & Ahabyoona, F. (upcoming) (ICTM-18 conference presentation) Skilling Uganda: Are the youth interested? Integration of Work Psychology into human capital development initiatives in Uganda, Under review with the Journal of Business and Psychology. Drake, M. Jude, T. Lubega Kibukamusoke, M. (upcoming). The nature of human intelligence: can man re-create himself in silicon and iron? Kataike, C. Basheka. B. & Kibukamusoke, M. (2019) (ICTM-18 conference presentation) Evidence-Based decision making and effective implementation of public policy in Uganda: A case of the agricultural sector. Kibukamusoke, M. (upcoming) Women empowerment through ICT for service delivery in Northern Uganda under review with Cavendish Journal of Social Sciences and Management (CJSSM). Kibukamusoke, M. National symposium on intellectual property (IP) education and use of the IP system by universities and research and development institutions (to be presented during the Intellectual property symposium April 2017 24th - 25th, Hotel Africana). Kibukamusoke, M. Conference on National and global health care for all; past, present and the future. (Presented on September 27th to 29th 2017 at Hotel Africana).