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TABLE OF CONTENTS

DECLARATION I

APPROVAL II

DEDICATION III

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT IV

ACRONYMS V

TABLE OF CONTEN TS VI

ABSTRACT XI

CHAPTER ONE 1

INTRODUCTION 1

1 .0 INTRODUCTION

1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY

1 .1 .1 HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE 1

1.2 THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVES 4

1.3 STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM 4

1.4 GENERAL OBJECTIVES 5

1 .5 SPECIFIC OI3JECTIVES 5

1.6 RESEARCI I QUESTIONS 5

1.7 SCOPE OF THE STUDY 6

1.7.1 TIME SCOPE (DURATION OF THE STUDY) 6

1.7.2 STUDY PERIOD 6

1.7.3 GEOGRAPIIICAL SCOPE 6

1.7.4 CONTENT SCOPE 6

1.8 SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY 6

1.9 JUSTIFICATION OF THE STUDY 7

1.10 CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK 8

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3.6 DATA COLLECTION METHODS .22

3.6,1 QUESTIONNAIRES .22

3.6.2 Focus GROUP DISCUSSION 22

3.6.3 INTERVIEW 22

3.6.4 DOCUMENTARY REVIEW 22

3.7 DATA ANALYSIS 23

3.7.1 PRIMARY DATA 23

3.7.2 SECONDARY DATA 23

3.8 ETI IICAL CONSIDERATIONS 24

CHAPTER FOUR 25

DATA PRESENTATION, INTERPRETATION AND DISCUSIONS 25

4.0 INTRODUCTION 25

4.1 SOCIAL DEMOGRAPHIC CHARACTERISTICS 25

4.1 .1 DISTRII3UTION OF RESPONDENTS 25

4.1 .2 AGE OF THE RESPONDENTS 26

4.1.3 MARITAL STATUS OF THE RESPONDENTS 27

4.1 .4 EDUCATIONAL LEVELS OF TIHE RESPONDENTS 28

4.2 THE ROLES PLAYED BY CLAN LEADERSHIP IN RESOLVING LAND CONFLICTS IN ARAPAI SUB

COUNTY, S0ROTI DISTRICT 29

4.3 FACTORS AFFECTING THE FUNCTIONING OF CLAN LEADERSHIP IN RESOLVING LAND

CONFLICTS IN ARAPAI SUB COUNTY, SOROTI DISTRICT 39

4.4 THE PROCESS CLAN LEADERS GO TIIROUGII DURING LAND CONFLICTS MANAGEMENT IN

ARAPAI SUB COUNTY, S0R0TI DISTRICT 49

4.5 MECHANISMS USED TO RESPOND EFFECTIVELY TO LAND CONFLICTS MANAGEMENT IN ARAPA1

SUB COUNTY, S0ROTI DISTRICT 58

4.6. CHALLENGES AFFECTING THE WORK OF CLAN LEADERS IN MANAGING LAND CONFLICTS 68

VIII

APPENDIX 2: IN-DEPTH INTERVIEW GUIDE FOR ELECTED GOVERNMENT

LEADERS 92

APPENDIX 3: FOCUS GROUP DISCUSSIONS 94

CHAPTER ONE 
INTRODUCTION 
1.0 Introduction. This study sought to examine the role of clan leadership in managing land conflicts, a case of Arapai Sub County in Soroti district. The study was prompted by the escalating land conflict in Arapai Sub County despite the availability of clan institutions which are headed by clan leaders and known for conflict resolutions. This chapter contains general introduction, background of the study, problem statement, objectives of the study, research questions, definitions of key terms and concepts, scope the study, the significance of the study and justification of the study. 1.1 Background of the study 1.1.1 Historical perspective According to HAN (2010, page 10), land conflicts and the struggles to maintain or to gain access to and control over land is nothing new in the world. Wars on access to land have been felt in the Gaza strip (2014 Israeli-Gaza operation protective edge), have been felt in Russia-Ukraine, where according to Reuters and associated press (march 2014) the Russia- Ukraine war was struggle for Crimean Peninsula. In Asia land conflicts have been felt in Asia(Cambodia) where over 400000 people since 2003 have been affected by land acquisition for agribusiness according to john cherry (August 8,2013). Worldwide, land remains an important natural capital for every nation and individuals, and because of this, it’s not unusual that there is land conflict across the world, especially in developing nations where a huge population depends on agriculture for their livelihood (Wehrmann2008; Kairaba2000).

THE ROLE OF CLAN LEADERSHIP IN MANAGING LAND CONFLICTS IN ARAPAI SUB COUNTY IN SOROTI DISTRICT, EASTERN UGANDA.
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