Stereotypes, coded language use has increased
07 May 2013, 14:31
Nairobi - Daily Nation reports a study shows the use of stereotypes and coded language in Kenya has increased.
The study conducted by the National Cohesion and Integration Commission (NCIC) reveals that violence would only result if occur when politicians use stereotypes and coded language to incite people.
Moi University lecturer Charles Ong’ondo, who led the research, said most of the stereotypes and expressions were "normal incidents, environmental or socio-cultural expressions".
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