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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 24 Ratzan, S. C. (1999). Cancer risk communication: What we know and what we need to learn. Journal of Health Communication, 4(2), 77-82. Riffe, D., Lacy, S., & Fico, F. G. (198). Analyzing Media Messages: Using quantitative content analysis in research. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. Rigel, D. S., Friedman, R. J., & Kopf, A. W. (1996a). The incidence of malignant melanoma in the United States: issues as we approach the 21st century. Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology., 34(5 Pt 1), 839-847. Rigel, D. S., Friedman, R. J., & Kopf, A. W. (1996b). Lifetime risk for development of skin cancer in the U.S. population: current estimate is now 1 in 5. Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology., 35(6), 1012-1013. Rogers, E., Dearing, J., & Chang, S. (1991). Aids in the 1980s: The agenda-setting process for a public issue. Journalism Monographs, 126. Rosso, S., Zanetti, R., Martinez, C., Tormo, M. J., Schraub, S., Sancho-Garnier, H., Franceschi, S., Gafa, L., Perea, E., Navarro, C., Laurent, R., Schrameck, C., Talamini, R., Tumino, R., & Wechsler, J. (1996). The multicentre south European study ’Helios’. II: Different sun exposure patterns in the aetiology of basal cell and squamous cell carcinomas of the skin. British Journal of Cancer., 73(11), 1447-1454. Santmyire, B. R., Feldman, S. R., & Fleischer, A. B., Jr. (2001). Lifestyle high-risk behaviors and demographics may predict the level of participation in sun-protection behaviors and skin cancer primary prevention in the United States: results of the 1998 National Health Interview Survey. Cancer, 92(5), 1315-1324. Shuchman, M., & Wilkes, M. S. (1997). Medical scientists and health news reporting: A case of miscommunication. [see comments]. Annals of Internal Medicine, 126(12), 976-982. Singer, E. (1990). A question of accuracy: How journalists and scientists report research on hazards. Journal of Communication, 40, 102-116. Soumerai, S. B., Ross-Degnan, D., & Kahn, J. S. (1992). Effects of professional and media warnings about the association between aspirin use in children and Reye’s syndrome. Milbank Quarterly, 70(1), 155-182. Southwell, B. G., Hornik, R. C., Fan, D. P., Yanovitzky, I., & Lazili, P. (2000). Can news coverage predict mammography use? A time series analysis to predict health behavior using the ideodynamic model. Paper presented at the International Communication Association, Acapulco, Medico. Spencer, J. M., & Amonette, R. A. (1995). Indoor tanning: risks, benefits, and future trends. Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology., 33(2 Pt 1), 288-298.

Authors: Stryker, Jo. and Solky, Benjamin.
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Ratzan, S. C. (1999). Cancer risk communication: What we know and what we need to learn.
Journal of Health Communication, 4(2), 77-82.

Riffe, D., Lacy, S., & Fico, F. G. (198). Analyzing Media Messages: Using quantitative content analysis
in research. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Rigel, D. S., Friedman, R. J., & Kopf, A. W. (1996a). The incidence of malignant melanoma in the
United States: issues as we approach the 21st century. Journal of the American Academy of
Dermatology., 34
(5 Pt 1), 839-847.

Rigel, D. S., Friedman, R. J., & Kopf, A. W. (1996b). Lifetime risk for development of skin cancer
in the U.S. population: current estimate is now 1 in 5. Journal of the American Academy of
Dermatology., 35
(6), 1012-1013.

Rogers, E., Dearing, J., & Chang, S. (1991). Aids in the 1980s: The agenda-setting process for a
public issue. Journalism Monographs, 126.
Rosso, S., Zanetti, R., Martinez, C., Tormo, M. J., Schraub, S., Sancho-Garnier, H., Franceschi, S.,
Gafa, L., Perea, E., Navarro, C., Laurent, R., Schrameck, C., Talamini, R., Tumino, R., &
Wechsler, J. (1996). The multicentre south European study ’Helios’. II: Different sun
exposure patterns in the aetiology of basal cell and squamous cell carcinomas of the
skin. British Journal of Cancer., 73(11), 1447-1454.

Santmyire, B. R., Feldman, S. R., & Fleischer, A. B., Jr. (2001). Lifestyle high-risk behaviors and
demographics may predict the level of participation in sun-protection behaviors and
skin cancer primary prevention in the United States: results of the 1998 National Health
Interview Survey. Cancer, 92(5), 1315-1324.

Shuchman, M., & Wilkes, M. S. (1997). Medical scientists and health news reporting: A case of
miscommunication. [see comments]. Annals of Internal Medicine, 126(12), 976-982.

Singer, E. (1990). A question of accuracy: How journalists and scientists report research on
hazards. Journal of Communication, 40, 102-116.

Soumerai, S. B., Ross-Degnan, D., & Kahn, J. S. (1992). Effects of professional and media
warnings about the association between aspirin use in children and Reye’s syndrome.
Milbank Quarterly, 70(1), 155-182.

Southwell, B. G., Hornik, R. C., Fan, D. P., Yanovitzky, I., & Lazili, P. (2000). Can news coverage
predict mammography use? A time series analysis to predict health behavior using the
ideodynamic model.
Paper presented at the International Communication Association,
Acapulco, Medico.

Spencer, J. M., & Amonette, R. A. (1995). Indoor tanning: risks, benefits, and future trends.
Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology., 33(2 Pt 1), 288-298.


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