Briefs from Afrobarometer

Jun
2015
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Rose Aiko | In successive Afrobarometer survey rounds, more than seven of 10 Tanzanians have said they feel free to say what they think, placing Tanzania near the top among African countries in perceived freedom of speech. The Tanzanian news media environment, however,…
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Jun
2015
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Rose Aiko | Reporting a crime is an essential first step toward securing justice for the aggrieved. As Skogan (1977) notes, crime reports are also a basis for authorities to allocate limited resources for public protection. Not reporting crimes may therefore doubly…
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Oct
2014
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By Rose aiko | One of the critical challenges facing African countries today is how to make governments work for the people – using resources at their disposal efficiently, delivering public goods and services to the people, and guaranteeing an equitable distribution…
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Jun
2009
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| The third phase government under President Benjamin Mkapa vigorously sustained economic reforms that were first introduced in Tanzania in the mid-1980s. The resulting macroeconomic achievements of
recent years have been impressive, especially since…
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Apr
2009
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| The effects of living in fear of crime are many, multifaceted and undesirable. Fear of crime can impact on how citizens conduct day-to-day activities and can trigger changes in behaviour. People may reduce
their working hours, increase spending…
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Mar
2009
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| This brief examines popular expectations and perceptions on the performance of the Parliament in Tanzania, based upon findings from Round 4 of the Afrobarometer survey conducted in 2008. In particular,
the brief looks at how Tanzanians prioritize…
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