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A content analysis of news coverage of skin cancer prevention and detection, 1979-2002
Unformatted Document Text:  Skin cancer news coverage 20 American Cancer Society. (2002a). Cancer Facts and Figures.: American Cancer Society. American Cancer Society. (2002b). Melanoma skin cancer.: American Cancer Society. American Cancer Society. (2002c). Nonmelanoma skin cancer.: American Cancer Society. Andsager, J. L., Hust, S. J. T., & Powers, A. (2000). Patient-blaming and representation of risk factors in breast cancer images. Women & Health, 31(2-3), 57-79. Andsager, J. L., & Powers, A. (2001). Framing women’s health with a sense-making approach: Magazine coverage of breast cancer and implants. Health Communication, 13(2), 163-185. Arkin, E. B. (1999). Cancer risk communication-what we know. Journal of the National Cancer Institute. Monographs(25), 182-185. Armstrong, B. K., & Kricker, A. (2001). The epidemiology of UV induced skin cancer. Journal of Photochemistry & Photobiology. B - Biology., 63(1-3), 8-18. Brown, M. L., & Potosky, A. L. (1990). The presidential effect: The public health response to media coverage about Ronald Reagan’s colon cancer episode. Public Opinion Quarterly, 54, 317-329. Casamayou, M. H. (2001). The politics of breast cancer. Washington, DC: Georgetown University Press. Cates, W., Jr., Grimes, D. A., Ory, H. W., & Tyler, C. W., Jr. (1977). Publicity and the public health: the elimination of IUD-related abortion deaths. Family Planning Perspectives, 9(3), 138-140. Caudill, E., & Ashdown, P. (1989). The New England Journal of Medicine as news source. Journalism Quarterly, 66(2), 458-462. Clarke, J. N. (1999). Breast cancer in mass circulating magazines in the USA and Canada, 1974- 1995. Women & Health, 28(4), 113-130. Cokkinides, V. E., Weinstock, M. A., O’Connell, M. C., & Thun, M. J. (2002). Use of indoor tanning sunlamps by US youth, ages 11-18 years, and by their parent or guardian caregivers: prevalence and correlates. Pediatrics, 109(6), 1124-1130. Corbett, J. B., & Mori, M. (1999). Medicine, media, and celebrities: News coverage of breast cancer, 1960-1995. Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly, 76(2), 229-249. Davis, K. J., Cokkinides, V. E., Weinstock, M. A., O’Connell, M. C., & Wingo, P. A. (2002). Summer sunburn and sun exposure among US youths ages 11 to 18: national prevalence and associated factors. Pediatrics, 110(1 Pt 1), 27-35.

Authors: Stryker, Jo. and Solky, Benjamin.
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American Cancer Society. (2002a). Cancer Facts and Figures.: American Cancer Society.

American Cancer Society. (2002b). Melanoma skin cancer.: American Cancer Society.

American Cancer Society. (2002c). Nonmelanoma skin cancer.: American Cancer Society.

Andsager, J. L., Hust, S. J. T., & Powers, A. (2000). Patient-blaming and representation of risk
factors in breast cancer images. Women & Health, 31(2-3), 57-79.

Andsager, J. L., & Powers, A. (2001). Framing women’s health with a sense-making approach:
Magazine coverage of breast cancer and implants. Health Communication, 13(2), 163-185.

Arkin, E. B. (1999). Cancer risk communication-what we know. Journal of the National Cancer
Institute. Monographs(25), 182-185.

Armstrong, B. K., & Kricker, A. (2001). The epidemiology of UV induced skin cancer. Journal of
Photochemistry & Photobiology. B - Biology., 63(1-3), 8-18.

Brown, M. L., & Potosky, A. L. (1990). The presidential effect: The public health response to
media coverage about Ronald Reagan’s colon cancer episode. Public Opinion Quarterly,
54
, 317-329.

Casamayou, M. H. (2001). The politics of breast cancer. Washington, DC: Georgetown University
Press.

Cates, W., Jr., Grimes, D. A., Ory, H. W., & Tyler, C. W., Jr. (1977). Publicity and the public
health: the elimination of IUD-related abortion deaths. Family Planning Perspectives, 9(3),
138-140.

Caudill, E., & Ashdown, P. (1989). The New England Journal of Medicine as news source.
Journalism Quarterly, 66(2), 458-462.

Clarke, J. N. (1999). Breast cancer in mass circulating magazines in the USA and Canada, 1974-
1995. Women & Health, 28(4), 113-130.

Cokkinides, V. E., Weinstock, M. A., O’Connell, M. C., & Thun, M. J. (2002). Use of indoor
tanning sunlamps by US youth, ages 11-18 years, and by their parent or guardian
caregivers: prevalence and correlates. Pediatrics, 109(6), 1124-1130.

Corbett, J. B., & Mori, M. (1999). Medicine, media, and celebrities: News coverage of breast
cancer, 1960-1995. Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly, 76(2), 229-249.

Davis, K. J., Cokkinides, V. E., Weinstock, M. A., O’Connell, M. C., & Wingo, P. A. (2002).
Summer sunburn and sun exposure among US youths ages 11 to 18: national prevalence
and associated factors. Pediatrics, 110(1 Pt 1), 27-35.


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