The Media and Indigenous Policy Database
Indigenous health newspaper articles
The methodology designed and employed throughout the project is detailed in the following document, which can be downloaded here as a .pdf file (334KB): methodology.
An index of Indigenous Health Articles appearing in the three newspapers investigated in the study is available here:
The Sydney Morning Herald (pdf 2.5MB)
The Courier Mail (pdf 2.2MB)
The Australian (pdf 3.9MB)
The following documents are a collection of articles on Indigenous Health Policy from the above three newspapers, compiled by year.
|1988 (pdf 1.11MB)||1989 (pdf 821KB)||1994 (pdf 1.29MB)|
|1995 (pdf 1.44MB)||2002 (pdf 1.14MB)||2003 (pdf 1.22MB)|
|2006 (pdf 1.2MB)|
2007 (pdf 1.92MB)
The following documents are indexed by keywords.
|Alcohol & Drugs (pdf 2.3MB)||Child Health (pdf 2.6MB)||Disease (pdf 1.35MB)|
|Health Funding (pdf 2.2MB)||Health Standards (pdf 2.93MB)||Intervention(pdf 1MB)|
|Living Conditions (pdf 2.5MB)||Medical Services (pdf 1.57MB)||Suicide (pdf 597KB)|
|Violence (1.61MB)||Women's Health (pdf 1.24MB)|
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