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Uncovering reading habits of university students in Uganda: Does ICT matter?

Posted on 12 Jan 2016 with 0 comments
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This paper investigates how Information and Communication Technology (ICT) can improve reading habits among university students. The influence of home culture, school culture and disposable income on reading habit are also investigated. The main objective of this paper was to assess the effect of ICT on the reading habit of particularly university students in Uganda.


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