An analysis of health reporting in three South African women's magazines: Fairlady, Sarie and True Love

@inproceedings{Mattheyse2006AnAO,
  title={An analysis of health reporting in three South African women's magazines: Fairlady, Sarie and True Love},
  author={Mary Mattheyse},
  year={2006}
}
Health reporting in South African women’s magazines has not previously been assessed. Therefore, a content analysis of health reporting in three South African monthly women’s magazines, Sarie (S), Fairlady (F), and True Love (T), was carried out from February 2005– January 2006. Total coverage of health issues was analysed, as well as coverage of 11 specific aspects of health, namely: sexual and reproductive (‘Sexual’), men’s, women’s, cardiac (‘Heart’), spiritual ‘Spirit’), mental and… CONTINUE READING

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