Media reporting on persons with Albinism in Tanzania

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Burke, Jean. (2015) Media reporting on persons with Albinism in Tanzania [Dataset]. Sydney: Australian Catholic University. https://doi.org/10.4226/66/5653abed3470d
AuthorsBurke, Jean
Abstract

The data set is a list of news media reports from the United Republic of Tanzania about people with albinism. The time frame for these articles is 2008 – 2014. They are in both English and Swahili languages. The news items have been accessed from the online archives of three East African media companies, namely IPPMedia Group (www.ippmedia.com), Mwananchi Communications, Majira Pty Ltd

The format of the data set is as excel spreadsheets with a list of news articles, organised with separate sheets according to years 2008 until 2014 inclusive.

KeywordsAfrica; Albinism; Tanzania; Violent
Year2015
PublisherAustralian Catholic University
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.4226/66/5653abed3470d
Open accessOpen access
Research GroupSchool of Allied Health
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Spreadsheet
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Open
Geographic location
Tanzania
Geographic point location
(6.3690° S, 34.8888° E)
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1 excel spreadsheet and 1 PDF of explanatory information.

Place of publicationSydney
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