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Title: The effects of morality on crime in Uganda a case study of Kampala district
Authors: Monica, Akankwasa
Keywords: Crime
Morality
Kampala district
Uganda
Issue Date: Oct-2012
Publisher: Kampala international international: School Of Law
Abstract: This study investigated the effects of morality crime in Uganda and the challenges it face in Trying to fulfill its mandated functions. The study was based on the following objectives; to establish the impact of immorality on crime commission so as to control crème and to establish the correlation between morality and crime. The study was conducted through descriptive survey research design; data was collected between August and October 2012, using questionnaires and review of secondary data techniques. Data was analyzed using frequency counts and simple random sampling system to determine the level of effects of morality on crime in Uganda and the challenges it faces. The study established that there where low level of sensitization and illiteracy and found out that there were major challenges facing morality among which were its wide mandate, financial constraints, human right protection in conflict areas and cultural values within then communities. The study recommended that the government should intensify the community policy programmes and policies in order to raise the levels of public awareness.
Description: A research project submitted to the school of law in partial Fulfillment of a ward of diploma in law Kampala International University
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12306/11702
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