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The Effects Of Communication On Service Companies In Uganda: Case Study Of Kampala Parking Industry (Kpi).

ABSTRACTThis study was at evaluating verbal communication and performance on service companies in Uganda. A case study of KPI security services limited as special reference.The study adopted stratified random sampling. Secondary and primary data were used foranalysis of data and was collected through review of literature from scholars. Findings werepresented qualitatively and in a descriptive way to form the methodology.Literature review focused on research variables as per objecti...

Social Economic Background And Child’s Academic Performance In The Selected Primary Schools Of Namwendwa Sub County District Kamuli, Uganda.

ABSTRACTThe main purpose of the study was to investigate social economic statusand pupils academic performance in Namwendwa sub county, KamuliDistrict in UgandaSpecific objectives were to determine the factors affecting academic performance ofprimary school learners in Namwendwa sub county, Kamuli District in Uganda inrelation to: poverty, Cultural beliefs, parental attitudes and family structureThe methods used for data collection were questionnaires to the teachersand focus group disc...

Journalistic Investigation On The Impact Of Interpersonal Relationships On Team Work In New Vision Printing And Publishing Company

ABSTRACTThis study was aimed at establishing the journalistic investigation on the impact of interpersonalrelationships on team work in an organization basing on knowledge obtained from New VisionPublishing and Printing Limited. A descriptive research design was adoptd for this research.Descriptive research design was used because it involved a set of methods and procedures thatdescribed the study variables, under the first objective, the study concluded the most noticeableinterpersonal ...

The Role Of Interpersonal Skills In Marketing Communication

ABSTRACTThis report is the result of an academic research made on the role of interpersonal skills inmarketing communication. This study was conducted using MAKINI HERBAL as a case study.This study has three objectives: to analyze the steps and functions of personal selling; to identifYthe personal traits and personal skills that can help the employee or sales person to be moreeffective in relation to customers; to assess the procedures asked to handle on the job thatrequires the use of ...

The Role Of Media Coverage In Girl Child Education In Uganda: A Case Study Of Rainbow Monitor Publication

TABLE OF CONTENTSDECLARATIONAPPROVAL iiDEDICATION iiiACKNOWLEDGEMENT ivLIST OF ACRONYMS vTABLE OF CONTENTS viCHAPTER ONE 1INTRODUCTION 11.0. Introduction 11.1. Background of the study 11.2. Statement of the problem 31.3.Objectives of the study 41.3.1 .General objective 41.3.2. Specific objectives 41.3.3 .Research questions 41.4. Scope of the study 51.4.1 .Contextual scope 51.5.2. Geographical scope 51.5.3.Time scope 51.6. Significance of the study 5vi1.7. CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK.6CHAPTER TWO 8LI...

Conflict And Its Effect On Student Performance In Somalia A Caseof Somali Student In Kiu Kampala-Uganda

The topic of the study was conflict and its effect on student performance in somalia, case study of kiu somali student in kampala-uganda. The problem was to find out the effect of conflict on students performance. The purpose of the study was to establish relationship between conflicts and students performance in Somali student in KIU, Kampala, Uganda. The objectives of the study were to determine the profile of the respondents in terms of gender, age, level of education and experience,...

Gender Disparity As A Hinderance To Women's Access To Employment And Decision Making In Newspaper Media.

This study is aimed at ensuring the media leads by example and practices good governance, which is gender sensitive in order that gender equality is realized in all spheres of the society. This study was confined to Kisumu, the third largest city of Kenya. It has a population of about 700,000, where women make up 75%. The commonly spoken native language is Luo, Kiswahili and English are national and official languages respectively. The key economic activity here is fishing besides litt...

The Impact Of Communication On The Performance Of Employees Of An Organisation "A Case Study Of Kampala International University (Kiu)

TABLE OF CONTENTSCHAPTER ONE1.1 Introduction1.2 Background to the study1.3 Statement of the problem1.4 Definition of key terms and Acronyms1.5 Scope of the study1.6 Objectives1.7 Hypothesis1.8 JustificationCHAPTER TWO2.02.12.22.32.4Literature ReviewIntroduction of CommunicationInterpersonal CommunicationThe Purpose of communicationBarriers to effective CommunicationCHAPTER THREE3.03.13.2MethodologyResearch designMethods of data3.2.1 QuestionnaireVPAGE13456666779131518181818---- - - - - - - - ...

Decentralization And Social Service Delivery In Northern Uganda, A Case Study Of Lira Sub County, Lira District

The aim of the study was to identify the effects and challenges of decentralization and social service delivery in Lira Sub County, Lira District In order to achieve this goal, the objectives of the study were to examine the role of decentralization in enhancing the delivery of social services in Lira Sub County, assessing the relationships between decentralization and social service delivery in Lira Sub County and finally to establish the challenges facing decentralization towards achie...

The Influence Of Employee’s Attitude On Work Performance In Uganda: A Case Study Of Kabalagala Police Station

    The study assessed the implication of attitude on work performance of police officers. Specifically the study assessed attitude of police officers, assessment of performance of police officers and the relationship between attitude and performance at work place. Both qualitative and quantitative research designs were employed; the two study designs were useful in the acquisition of rich, detailed and quantifiable data. The study population included 50 respondents....

The Impact Of Motivation On Teachers’ Performance In Public Primary Schools, A Case Study Of Yei County Public Primary Schools, South Sudan.

The study was conducted to assess the “impact of motivation on the performance of public primary school teachers in the Republic of South Sudan: a case study of Yei County Public primary schools”. It was guided by the following objectives; to asses the role of motivation in enhancing performance of teachers in public primary schools in Yei County, to establish various motivational tools used to boost the performance of teachers in public primary schools in Yei County, and to analyze ...

Alcoholism And Its Effects On Family Development In Uganda A Case Study Of Nankulabye Suburb, Kampala

This study presents the findings on the effect of alcoholism in family development. The methodology was of a qualitative study which was comprised 30 focus groups exploring the knowledge, attitudes and practices of adolescents (15-17), young people (18-24 years of age) and adults (25-35) towards alcohol in NanKulabwe in Kampala. The study was aimed at finding out the knowledge, attitudes and practices of participants in relation to alcohol use and abuse; identifying drivers of alcohol u...

Factors Influencing Development Of Young Children In Kosirai Division, Nandi North District- Kenya.

TABLE OF CONTENTSPageDeclaration .......................................................................................................................................... iApproval ............................................................................................................................................ iiDedication ......................................................................................................................................... iiiAcknowledgements ......

The Role Of The Media In Combating Homosexuality Among The Youth: A Case Study Of Monitor Publication Kampala City

ABSTRACTThe study intends to establish the role of the media in combating homosexuality among theyouth in Uganda the Objectives of the study were: to find out how the media represents cases concerning combating homosexuality in Uganda, the role of the media in influencing the institutional framework towards combating homosexuality in Uganda. to examine the challenges faced by the media in fighting homosexuality. The study used a cross sectional case study design empl...

Teaching Skills And Performance Of Pupils In Agriculture In Oyam District. The Case Study Of Aber Sub County

TABLE OF CONTENTSChapter One: Introduction1 .1 Background of the study . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11.21.31.4'1.51.6Problem statementPurpose of th e study:Objectives of the study:Research questionsScope of the study222331.7 Significance of th e study . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31.8 Limitation of the study . . . . . . . . . . . . ....


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