Steven Arojjo O.O - email@example.com
PhD Title: Youth and Post-war Resettlement in Northern Uganda
Research Interests: My main areas of research interest include the following: Internal displacement, policing, crime, children and youth.
Background: I am currently a Lecturer in the Department of Sociology in Makerere University’s School of Social Sciences. Previously, I worked as a volunteer with the Partnership for Community Safety which involved the Uganda Police Force, Uganda Prison Service and Makerere University’s department of Sociology (where it was housed). As a research I have been involved in a number of research projects and consultancies in Uganda covering child malnutrition, child rights, water, crime and agricultural related issues. I hold a Masters in Sociology from Makerere University with a dissertation on Perceptions about crime, community participation, the police and their implications for community policing in Uganda, a Post graduate Diploma in Project Planning and Management and a Bachelor of Arts (Social Sciences) from Makerere University.
Arojjo Steven O.O and Nyonyintono R.M. (2009) Perspectives and Approaches to African Childhoods Research. In (eds) Marylene Shung King, Rose September, Frederick Moses Okatcha and Carlos Cardoso, Child Research in Africa. CODESRIA Monograph Series.
Arojjo Steven O.O. (2007) ‘Fighting Corruption in Uganda: 1986-2006’ Mawazo Vol. 8 No. 2 December 89-109.
Masamba-Sita N and Arojjo Obbo O.S. (2005) Reorienting of Policies: The Involvement of Local Communities in the Administration of Criminal Justice in Uganda. In R. Mukama and Murindwa-Rutanga (eds.) Confronting Twenty Century Challenges, Kampala: Makerere University Printery.
2008 Book Review: Finnstrom S. (2008) Living in Bad Surroundings: War, History and Everyday Moments in Northern Uganda, Journal of Contemporary African Studies, Vol 26 issue 4 pp 449-459.
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