Media ownership and news framing: an analysis of HIV/AIDS coverage by Ugandan press

@article{KiwanukaTondo2012MediaOA,
  title={Media ownership and news framing: an analysis of HIV/AIDS coverage by Ugandan press},
  author={James Kiwanuka-Tondo and Kelly Fudge Albada and Fay Cobb Payton},
  journal={African Journal of AIDS Research},
  year={2012},
  volume={11},
  pages={361 - 371}
}
Applying framing theory, the present research analyzes trends in Ugandan news coverage and the prominent issue frames for HIV/AIDS-related stories. [...] Key Method In order to determine the influence of other factors, such as media ownership and journalist origin, nearly 800 articles, from 2000 to 2004, were gathered from the major private newspaper and government-owned newspaper in Uganda. After systematic sampling, 365 articles constitute the sample. The results indicate that print news coverage of HIV and…Expand
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