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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 23 McLeod, J. M., Kosicki, G. M., & Pan, Z. (1991). On understanding and misunderstanding media effects. In J. Curran & M. Gurevitch (Eds.), Mass Media and Society (pp. 235-265). New York, NY: Edward Arnold. McLeod, J. M., & Reeves, B. (1980). On the nature of media effects. In G. C. Wilhoit & H. de Bock (Eds.), Mass Communication Yearbook Review (Vol. 2, pp. 245-282). Beverly Hills, CA: Sage Publications. Meissner, H. I., Potosky, A. L., & Convissor, R. (1992). How sources of health information relate to knowledge and use of cancer screening exams. Journal of Community Health, 17(3), 153-165. Molotch, H. L., & Lester, M. (1974). News as purposive behavior: On the strategic use of routine events, accidents, and scandals. American Sociological Review, 39, 101-112. Moyer, A., Greener, S., Beauvais, J., & Salovey, P. (1995). Accuracy of health research reported in the popular press: Breast cancer and mammography. Health Communication, 7(2), 147-161. Moynihan, B. A., Bero, L., Ross-Degnan, D., Henry, D., Kirby, L., Watkins, J., Mah, C., & Soumerai, S. B. (2000). Coverage by the news media of the benefits and risks of medications. New England Journal of Medicine, 342(22), 1645-1650. National Cancer Institute. (2002). Skin Cancer: Screening. Health Professional version.: http://cancer.gov/cancerinfo/pdq/screening/skin/healthprofessional. Nelkin, D. (1995). Selling Science : How the press covers science and technology ( Revised ed. New York: W.H. Freeman. Nelkin, D. (1996). An uneasy relationship: The tensions between medicine and the media. Lancet, 347(9015), 1600-1603. Okeefe, M. T. (1970). Mass media as sources of medical information for doctors. Journalism Quarterly, 47(1), 95-100. Pellechia, M. G. (1997). Trends in science coverage: A content analysis of three US newspapers. Public Understanding of Science, 6(1), 49-68. Phillips, D. P., Kanter, E. J., Bednarczyk, B., & Tastad, P. L. (1991). Importance of the lay press in the transmission of medical knowledge to the scientific community. [see comments]. New England Journal of Medicine, 325(16), 1180-1183. Pierce, J. P., & Gilpin, E. A. (2001). News media coverage of smoking and health is associated with changes in population rates of smoking cessation but not initiation. Tobacco Control, 10(2), 145-153.

Authors: Stryker, Jo. and Solky, Benjamin.
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McLeod, J. M., Kosicki, G. M., & Pan, Z. (1991). On understanding and misunderstanding media
effects. In J. Curran & M. Gurevitch (Eds.), Mass Media and Society (pp. 235-265). New
York, NY: Edward Arnold.

McLeod, J. M., & Reeves, B. (1980). On the nature of media effects. In G. C. Wilhoit & H. de Bock
(Eds.), Mass Communication Yearbook Review (Vol. 2, pp. 245-282). Beverly Hills, CA: Sage
Publications.

Meissner, H. I., Potosky, A. L., & Convissor, R. (1992). How sources of health information relate
to knowledge and use of cancer screening exams. Journal of Community Health, 17(3), 153-
165.

Molotch, H. L., & Lester, M. (1974). News as purposive behavior: On the strategic use of routine
events, accidents, and scandals. American Sociological Review, 39, 101-112.

Moyer, A., Greener, S., Beauvais, J., & Salovey, P. (1995). Accuracy of health research reported
in the popular press: Breast cancer and mammography. Health Communication, 7(2), 147-
161.

Moynihan, B. A., Bero, L., Ross-Degnan, D., Henry, D., Kirby, L., Watkins, J., Mah, C., &
Soumerai, S. B. (2000). Coverage by the news media of the benefits and risks of
medications. New England Journal of Medicine, 342(22), 1645-1650.

National Cancer Institute. (2002). Skin Cancer: Screening. Health Professional version.:
http://cancer.gov/cancerinfo/pdq/screening/skin/healthprofessional.

Nelkin, D. (1995). Selling Science : How the press covers science and technology ( Revised ed. New
York: W.H. Freeman.

Nelkin, D. (1996). An uneasy relationship: The tensions between medicine and the media.
Lancet, 347(9015), 1600-1603.

Okeefe, M. T. (1970). Mass media as sources of medical information for doctors. Journalism
Quarterly, 47(1), 95-100.

Pellechia, M. G. (1997). Trends in science coverage: A content analysis of three US newspapers.
Public Understanding of Science, 6(1), 49-68.

Phillips, D. P., Kanter, E. J., Bednarczyk, B., & Tastad, P. L. (1991). Importance of the lay press in
the transmission of medical knowledge to the scientific community. [see comments].
New England Journal of Medicine, 325(16), 1180-1183.

Pierce, J. P., & Gilpin, E. A. (2001). News media coverage of smoking and health is associated
with changes in population rates of smoking cessation but not initiation. Tobacco Control,
10
(2), 145-153.


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