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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 25 Stern, R. S., Weinstein, M. C., & Baker, S. G. (1986). Risk reduction for nonmelanoma skin cancer with childhood sunscreen use. Archives of Dermatology., 122(5), 537-545. Stoddard, A. M., Zapka, J. G., & Schoenfeld, M. E. (1990). Effects of a news event on breast cancer screening survey responses. In P. F. Engstrom & B. Rimer & L. E. Mortenson (Eds.), Advances in Cancer Control: Screening and prevention research. New York, NY: Wiley-Liss, Inc. Stryker, J. E. (in press). Media and marijuana: A longitudinal analysis of news media effects on adolescents’ marijuana use and related outcomes, 1977-1999. Journal of Health Communication. Tankard, J. W., & Ryan, M. (1974). News source perceptions of accuracy of science coverage. Journalism Quarterly, 51, 219-225. Tichenor, P. J., Olien, C. N., Harrison, A., & Donahue, G. (1970). Mass communication systems and communication accuracy in science news reporting. Journalism Quarterly, 47, 673-683. Tuchman, G. (1972). Objectivity as strategic ritual. American Journal of Sociology, 77(4), 660-679. Tuchman, G. (1978). Making News: A study in the construction of reality. New York, NY: Free Press. Viswanath, K., & Finnegan, J. R., Jr. (2002). Reflections on community health campaigns: Secular trends and the capacity to effect change. In R. C. Hornik (Ed.), Public Health Communication: Evidence for behavior change (pp. 289-312). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum, Associates. Wallack, L., Dorfman, L., & Makani, T. (1993). Media Advocacy and Public Health: Power for prevention. Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publications. Ward, G. W., Morrison, W., & Schreiber, G. (1982). Pilot study of health professionals’ awareness and opinions of the hypertension information in the mass media they use. Public Health Reports, 97(2), 113-115. Weinstein, N. D. (1984). Why it won’t happen to me: Perceptions of risk factors and susceptibility. Health Psychology, 3(5), 431-457. Weinstein, N. D. (1988). The precaution adoption process. Health Psychology, 7(4), 355-386. Weinstein, N. D. (1999). What does it mean to understand a risk? Evaluating risk comprehension. Journal of the National Cancer Institute. Monographs(25), 15-20. Wells, J., Marshall, P., Crawley, B., & Dickersin, K. (2001). Newspaper Reporting of Screening Mammography. [Article]. Annals of Internal Medicine, 135(12), Supplement, 1029-1037.

Authors: Stryker, Jo. and Solky, Benjamin.
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Skin cancer news coverage
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Stern, R. S., Weinstein, M. C., & Baker, S. G. (1986). Risk reduction for nonmelanoma skin cancer
with childhood sunscreen use. Archives of Dermatology., 122(5), 537-545.

Stoddard, A. M., Zapka, J. G., & Schoenfeld, M. E. (1990). Effects of a news event on breast
cancer screening survey responses. In P. F. Engstrom & B. Rimer & L. E. Mortenson
(Eds.), Advances in Cancer Control: Screening and prevention research. New York, NY:
Wiley-Liss, Inc.

Stryker, J. E. (in press). Media and marijuana: A longitudinal analysis of news media effects on
adolescents’ marijuana use and related outcomes, 1977-1999. Journal of Health
Communication
.
Tankard, J. W., & Ryan, M. (1974). News source perceptions of accuracy of science coverage.
Journalism Quarterly, 51, 219-225.

Tichenor, P. J., Olien, C. N., Harrison, A., & Donahue, G. (1970). Mass communication systems
and communication accuracy in science news reporting. Journalism Quarterly, 47, 673-
683.

Tuchman, G. (1972). Objectivity as strategic ritual. American Journal of Sociology, 77(4), 660-679.

Tuchman, G. (1978). Making News: A study in the construction of reality. New York, NY: Free
Press.

Viswanath, K., & Finnegan, J. R., Jr. (2002). Reflections on community health campaigns: Secular
trends and the capacity to effect change. In R. C. Hornik (Ed.), Public Health
Communication: Evidence for behavior change
(pp. 289-312). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence
Erlbaum, Associates.

Wallack, L., Dorfman, L., & Makani, T. (1993). Media Advocacy and Public Health: Power for
prevention. Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publications.

Ward, G. W., Morrison, W., & Schreiber, G. (1982). Pilot study of health professionals’
awareness and opinions of the hypertension information in the mass media they use.
Public Health Reports, 97(2), 113-115.

Weinstein, N. D. (1984). Why it won’t happen to me: Perceptions of risk factors and
susceptibility. Health Psychology, 3(5), 431-457.

Weinstein, N. D. (1988). The precaution adoption process. Health Psychology, 7(4), 355-386.

Weinstein, N. D. (1999). What does it mean to understand a risk? Evaluating risk
comprehension. Journal of the National Cancer Institute. Monographs(25), 15-20.

Wells, J., Marshall, P., Crawley, B., & Dickersin, K. (2001). Newspaper Reporting of Screening
Mammography. [Article]. Annals of Internal Medicine, 135(12), Supplement, 1029-1037.


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