Ugandan Society Observed is a selection of newspaper articles written by columnist Kevin O'Connor. Divided into 14 chapters ranging from sex to religion and from inequality to the environment, the articles are always thoughtful, often provocative and sometimes humorous. The text is further enlivened by Moses Balagadde's cartoons. Kevin provides a multitude of insights into Ugandan society, which amply reflect his catchphrase that qfor the observer of human behaviour every scene has its interest.qIndeed, one good friend, a very black girl, told me, aquot;I recognise I have good looks. ... One explanation is that skin lightening is no different from, say, putting on eye make-up - women just lighten their skin because their perception is that theyanbsp;...
|Title||:||Ugandan Society Observed|
|Author||:||Kevin Patrick O'Connor|
|Publisher||:||Fountain Pub Limited - 2008-01|