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Keith Kiswili Julius

Keith Kiswili Julius

Assistant Lecturer

Email:Kkiswili@chuka.ac.ke 

Faculty of, Humanities and Social Sciences

Department of Social Sciences

Biography

Teaching

Outputs

Research/PhD

FIELD OF SPECIALIZATION
Medical Sociology

WORK EXPERIENCE
2014- Present – Assistant Lecturer Chuka University
2010- March 2014 – Lecturer –Catholic University of Eastern Africa
2012-March 2014 – Part Time Lecturer-Marist International University

COMMUNITY SERVICE
Involvement in Mentorship Pograms Targeting both Primary and Secondary School Students

EDUCATION
MA (Medical Sociology) – University of Nairobi
BA Sociology – University of Nairobi

KEY RESEARCH PROJECTS
1. 2018. Makueni County Climate Change Board Lead researcher in a study to establish the key action areas for climate change mitigation in Makueni County. Key responsibilities included data collection, analysis and report writing
2. 2018. Makueni County Climate Change Board – Lead Researcher in a study seeking to gauge the knowledge, Attitudes and Practices on Climate change among the citizens of Makueni County. Key responsibilities included data collection, analysis and report writing

SCHOLARLY PUBLICATIONS
1. Keith K. Julius (2020), Social Media consumption in Kenya: Trends and influence on behavior change in the wake of the Coronavirus pandemic outbreak Journal of Studies in Social Sciences and Humanitieshttp://www.jssshonline.com/Volume 6, No. 2, 2020,66-75ISSN: 2413-9270
2. Keith K Julius (2019),The Effect of Teachers’ perceptions on Sex Education in Kenyan Schools; A Case study of Dagoretti division, Kenya, Lambert Publishing Ltd, Germany ISBN-13:978-613-9-83375-7
3. Ezekiel Mbitha Mwenzwa and Keith Kiswili: Nepad from below: towards intra-country peer review mechanism (iprm) in Kenya; Elixir Soc. Sci. 42 (2012) 6394-6399

RESEARCH INTERESTS
Sexual and Reproductive Health Issues Affecting the Youth

POST-GRADUATE TOPICS SUPERVISED
1. Barriers To Participation Of Women In Elective Politics In Imenti South Meru County

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