Sr. Prof. A. L. Lando

PhD in Social Sciences

School of Communication

 

Refereed Journal Articles

Borzekowski, D.L.G., Lando, A.L., Olsen, S.H. et al. IJEC (2019). “The Impact of an Educational Media intervention to Support Children’s Early Learning in Rwanda”. https://doi.org/10.1007/s13158-019-00237-4 Journal of Early Childhood. pp 1-18 Springer.

Croucher, S. M., Kelly, S. Rahmani, D. Burkey, M. Subanaliev, T., Galy-Badenas, F., Lando, A. L., Chibita, M., Nyiransabimana, V., Turdubaeva, E., Eskiçorapçı, N., & Kelsea, J. (2019)”A multi-national validity analysis of the self perceived communication competence scale.” https://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/Pg6wjDXSX8cqByGD2bVR/full?target=10.1080/17513057.2019.1569250 Journal of International and Intercultural Communication. pp 1-12

Croucher, S.M., Kelly, S. Rahmani, D. Jackson, K. Galy-Badenas, F. Lando, A. L. Chibita, M. Nyiranasbimana, V. Turdubaeva, E. Eskiçorapçı, N. Condon, S. M., Stanalieva, G. & Orunbekov, B. (2019) A multi-national validity analysis of the Personal Report of Communication Apprehension (PRCA-24 DOI: 10.1080/23808985.2019.1602783; Annals of the International Communication Association. Pp. 1-17

Lando, A. L. & Ayieko, M.K (2018). “Toward Africa Continental Academic Body and -Centered Scholarship: The Case for internal and external collaboration in research and practice” in Scott, T. D. & Shaw, A. (Eds). Peter Lang, NY pp. 65-82

Lando, A. L., Muthuri, L. Anyango, O. E. Macharia, J. W, Nsubuga, S. Mwengah, M. Odira, P. R (2016) “Retesting Cultivation Theory on the Origins, Causes, and Predictors of Aggression: The Case of Pre- and Post-Genocide Rwanda” in Kommunikáció, Média, Gazdaság (2016) VIII. ÉVFOLYAM, 1. SZÁM – pp. 5- 42

Lando, A. L., Muthuri, L. and Odira, P. R. (2015) “The Importance of interfaith dialog in the workplace for achieving organizational goals: a Kenyan case study” in Language and Intercultural Communication. Volume 15, Issue 1, pp. 62-75. London: Taylor & Francis / Routledge. The PDF of this issue is available at http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/14708477.2014.985306.

Lando, A. L. (2014) “The Priest is Communication: Feedback on Priests’ Response to the Great Commission” in The Year of the Priest: Faithfulness of Christ, Faithfulness of the Priest.” Pp. 122-14012th Interdisciplinary Theological Session of the Faculty of Theology. Nairobi: CUEA Press.

Lando, A. L. (2014). "The Critical Role of Crisis Communication Plan in Corporations' Crises Preparedness and Management" in Global Media Journal – Canadian Edition. Vol.7, Issue 1, pp. 5-19 (Published in both English and French). The PDFs and HTMLs of this issue are available in both languages at http://www.gmj.uottawa.ca/1401/v7i1_e.html and http://www.gmj.uottawa.ca/1401/v7i1_f.html

Lando, A. L. (2013) “Media Ethics in the Kenyan Media? Understanding the Disconnect between the classroom and practice”, in African Journal of Communication. Nairobi: East African Communication Association; Vol. 1. No. 1 pp. 15-42

Lando, A. L. (2013). “What We want to Watch: People Reflecting with the East African Church on the Occasion of Her Golden Jubilee” in Proceedings of The Faculty of Theology of CUEA: Celebration of the Golden Jubilee of AMECEA. Nairobi: CUEA PRESS. pp 203-225.

Book Chapters

Nguru, F. & Lando, A. L. (2018) “Black African Communication Theory: A religious perspective” in Langmia, K (2018) Black/ Africana Communication Theories. Palgrave Macmillan, New York/UK, pp. 125-148

Lando, A. L. (2017). Media-Invented Stories and Outright Lies a Threat to Journalism Ethics and Media Credibility. In N. Mhiripiri, & T. Chari (Eds.), Media Law, Ethics, and Policy in the Digital Age (pp. 64-77). Hershey, PA: IGI Global. doi:10.4018/978 1-5225-2095-5.ch004. pp. 64-77

Lando, A. L. (2017) Journalists’ Frequent Movement from One Media House to Another Expose Emerging Challenges of Media Management in Africa in the Digital Age in Friedrichsen, M. and Kamalipour, Y. (eds). Digital Transformation in Journalism and News Media: Media Management, Media Convergence and Globalization. Springer: Cham, Switzerland pp. 131 – 149


Lando, A. L. (2016) “Using Media to Resolve Media Engendered Ethnic Conflicts in Multiracial Societies: The Case of Somalis of Kenyan Origin.” In Gibson, S. & Lando, A. L. (Eds.) Impact of Communication and the Media on Ethnic Conflict: USA: IGI Global {cf. http://www.igi-global.com/book/impact-communicationmedia- ethnic-conflict/139301} pp.126-146

Lando, A. L. and Kochomay, S. (2016) “Traditional African Culture and Communication: The Missing Link in Cattle Rustling Interventions among Pastoralist Communities in Northern Kenya.” In Gibson, S. & Lando, A. L. (Eds.) Impact of Communication and the Media on Ethnic Conflict: USA: IGI Global {cf. http://www.igi-global.com/book/impact-communication-mediaethnic- conflict/139301}. pp 253-272

Lando, A. L. & Mwangi, S (2014). “Social Media and Mobile Phones are bonding and Vilification Tools: Exposing Kenya’s 2013 Post-Election Violence.” In B. A. Musa & J. Willis (Eds.), From Twitter to Tahrir Square: Ethics in Social and New Media Communication, Vol. 1. Wesport, CT: Praeger.

Lando, A. L. (2014). “Rumours on Social Media: Implications for Individuals and Society.” In B. A. Musa & J. Willis (Eds.), From Twitter to Tahrir Square: Ethics in Social and New Media Communication, Vol. 2. Wesport, CT: Praeger.

Lando, A. L. (2012) “Christian Higher Institutions of Learning in Africa as Model Sites of Tolerance, Co-existence and Peace: A Case Study of Daystar University and The Catholic University of Eastern Africa” in Bwangatto, A. J (ed) Africa is Not Destined to Die: Signs of Hope and Renewal. Nairobi: Paulines Publications Africa; pp. 254-278

Lando, A. L. (2011) “Who do the People say that I am? Perceptions of Rev. Prof. John C. Maviiri by The Catholic University of Eastern Africa Community” in Gichure, P.I, Lando, A. L. & Kanakulya, J.B. Modelling a Catholic University to Meet the 21st Century challenges: Essays in Honour of Revd. Prof. John C. Maviiri. Nairobi: The Catholic University of Eastern Africa; pp. 17-40

Lando, A. L. (2011) “ Living the Catholic Identity in Non-Catholic Universities: Guidelines Derived from the Believed and Lived Experience of Rev. Prof. John C. Maviiri” in Gichure, P.I, Lando, A. L. & Kanakulya, J.B. Modelling a Catholic University to Meet the 21st Century challenges: Essays in Honour of Revd. Prof. John C. Maviiri. Nairobi: The Catholic University of Eastern Africa; pp. 97-110.

Lando, A. L. (2010) “ On going Education in African universities: Filling in the Gaps in Miya, F. & Mageto , P. Developing Continuing Education in Africa. Nairobi: Daystar University; pp. 11-25.

 

Books

Gibson, S. & Lando, A. L. (2016) Impact of Communication and the Media on Ethnic Conflict: USA: IGI Global.

Gichure, P. I., Lando, A.L & Kanakulya, J. B. (2011) eds. Modelling a Catholic University to Meet the 21st Century Challenges: Essays in Honour of Revd. Prof. John. C. Maviiri. Nairobi: The Catholic University of Eastern Africa.

Lando, A.L. (2008). Integration of African Traditional Media and Modern Methods of Communication: A pre requisite for Inculturation of the Christian Message in the Local Church of Eastern Africa. Excerpts from Doctoral Dissertation, Pontifical Gregorian University, Rome.

 

Book Introduction

Gichure, P. I., Lando, A.L & Kanakulya, J. B. (2011). “Introduction” in Gichure, P. I., Lando, A.L & Kanakulya, J. B. (2011) eds. Modelling a Catholic University to Meet the 21st Century Challenges: Essays in Honour of Revd. Prof. John. C. Maviiri. Nairobi: The Catholic University of Eastern Africa; P. vii.

 

Articles in a Periodical (Magazine)

Lando, A.L. (2004). “Women: Challenge for Peace Building” in The African Church Open to the World. No. 90 May - June , New People: Nairobi. p. 29

Lando, A.L. (2004). “Women: Heralds of the Resurrection” in The African Church Open to the World. No. 89 March – April, New People: Nairobi. P. 29

Lando, A.L. (2004). “Women: Source of Life” in The African Church Open to the World. No. 88 January – February, New People: Nairobi. P. 29

Lando, A.L. (2004). “Women: The Power of Silent Prayer” in The African Church Open to the World. No 93 November – December, New People: Nairobi. P. 29



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