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Focus Group Recruiting in Health Communication Campaigns: Lessons from a Project on Risky Sexual Behavior
Unformatted Document Text:  Recruiting for Focus Groups in Health Communication Campaigns page 23 REFERENCES Agar, M. & MacDonald, J. (1995). Focus groups and ethnography. Human Organization, 54(1), 78-86. Bogardus, E.S. (1926). The groups interview. Journal of Applied Sociology, 10, 372-382. Brashers, D.E. & Neidig, J.L. (2000). Communication in the management of uncertainty: The case of persons living with HIV or AIDS. Communication Monographs, 67(1), 63-85. Brotherson, M.J. (1994). Interactive focus group interviewing: A qualitative research method in early intervention. Topics in Early Childhood Special Education, 14(1), 101-118. Carey, M.A. (1994). The group effect in focus groups: Planning, implementing and interpreting focus group research. In Morse, J. (Ed.), Critical issues in qualitative research methods, 225-41. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. Carey M.A. & Smith, M. (1994) Capturing the group effect in focus groups: a special concern in analysis. Qualitative Health Research, 4, 123-27. Cawyer, C.S. & Smith-Dupre, A. (1995). Communication social support: Identifying supportive episodes in an HIV/AIDS support group. Communication Quarterly, 43(3), 243-358. Corey, F.C. (1996). Personal narratives and young men in prison: Labeling the outside inside. Western Journal of Communication, 60(1), 57-75. Delli Carpini, M.X. & Williams, B.A. (1994). Methods, metaphors, and media research: The uses of television in political conversation. Communication research, 21(6) 782-812. Donohew, L. (1988). Effects of drug abuse message styles: Final report. (Grant No. DA03462). Rockville, MD: National Institute on Drug Abuse. Donohew, L. (1990). Public health campaigns: Individual message strategies and a model. In: E. B. Ray & L. Donohew (Eds.), Communication and health: Systems and applications (136-152). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc. Donohew, L., Lorch, E. P., & Palmgreen, P. (1991). Sensation seeking and targeting of televised antidrug PSAs. In: L. Donohew, H. E. Sypher, & W. J. Bukoski (Eds.), Persuasive communication and drug abuse prevention (209-226). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc. Donohew, L. & Palmgreen, P. (1994). Attention, need for sensation and health communication campaigns. American Behavioral Scientist, 38(2), 310-312. Donohew, L., Palmgreen, P., Lorch, E., Zimmerman, R. & Harrington, N. (2002). Attention, persuasive communication, and prevention. In: W.D. Crano & M. Burgoon (Eds.), Mass media and drug prevention: Classic and contemporary theories and research (119-143). Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum Associates. Donohew, L., Zimmerman, R., Cupp, P., Novak, S., Colon, S., & Abell, R. (2000). Sensation seeking, impulsive decision-making, and risky sex: Implications for risk-taking and design of interventions. Journal of Personality and Individual Differences, 28, 1079-1091. D’Silva, M.U., Harrington, N.G., Palmgreen, P, Donohew, L., & Lorch, E.P. (2001). Drug use prevention for the high sensation seeker: The role of alternative activities. Substance Use & Misuse, 36(3), 373-385. Ebreo, A., Feist-Price, S., Siewe, Y., & Zimmerman, R. (2002). Effects of peer education on the peer educators in a school-based HIV prevention program: Where should peer education research go from here? Health Education & Behavior, 29(4), 411-423. Everett, M. W., & Palmgreen, P. (1995). Influences of sensation seeking, message sensation value, and program context on effectiveness of anticocaine public service announcements. Health Communication, 7, 225-248. Farquhar, C. (with Das, R.). (1999). Are focus groups suitable for ‘sensitive’ topics? In Barbour, R.S. & Kitzinger, J. (Eds) Developing focus group research: Politics, theory and practice. London: Sage, 47-63. Festervand, T.A. (1984-1985). An introduction and application of focus group research to the health care industry. Health Marketing Quarterly, 2(2-3), 199-209. Hoppe MJ, Wells E.A., Morrison D.M., Gillmore M.R., & Wilsdon A. (1995). Using focus groups to discuss sensitive topics with children. Evaluation Review, 19, 102-14. Hughes D, & DuMont K. (1993). Using focus groups to facilitate culturally anchored research. American Journal of Community Psychology, . 21, 775-806.

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REFERENCES
Agar, M. & MacDonald, J. (1995). Focus groups and ethnography. Human Organization, 54(1), 78-86.
Bogardus, E.S. (1926). The groups interview. Journal of Applied Sociology, 10, 372-382.
Brashers, D.E. & Neidig, J.L. (2000). Communication in the management of uncertainty: The case of
persons living with HIV or AIDS. Communication Monographs, 67(1), 63-85.
Brotherson, M.J. (1994). Interactive focus group interviewing: A qualitative research method in early
intervention. Topics in Early Childhood Special Education, 14(1), 101-118.
Carey, M.A. (1994). The group effect in focus groups: Planning, implementing and interpreting focus
group research. In Morse, J. (Ed.), Critical issues in qualitative research methods, 225-41.
Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
Carey M.A. & Smith, M. (1994) Capturing the group effect in focus groups: a special concern in analysis.
Qualitative Health Research, 4, 123-27.
Cawyer, C.S. & Smith-Dupre, A. (1995). Communication social support: Identifying supportive episodes in
an HIV/AIDS support group. Communication Quarterly, 43(3), 243-358.
Corey, F.C. (1996). Personal narratives and young men in prison: Labeling the outside inside. Western
Journal of Communication, 60(1), 57-75.
Delli Carpini, M.X. & Williams, B.A. (1994). Methods, metaphors, and media research: The uses of
television in political conversation. Communication research, 21(6) 782-812.
Donohew, L. (1988). Effects of drug abuse message styles: Final report. (Grant No. DA03462). Rockville,
MD: National Institute on Drug Abuse.
Donohew, L. (1990). Public health campaigns: Individual message strategies and a model. In: E. B. Ray &
L. Donohew (Eds.), Communication and health: Systems and applications (136-152). Hillsdale,
NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc.
Donohew, L., Lorch, E. P., & Palmgreen, P. (1991). Sensation seeking and targeting of televised antidrug
PSAs. In: L. Donohew, H. E. Sypher, & W. J. Bukoski (Eds.), Persuasive communication and
drug abuse prevention (209-226). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc.
Donohew, L. & Palmgreen, P. (1994). Attention, need for sensation and health communication
campaigns. American Behavioral Scientist, 38(2), 310-312.
Donohew, L., Palmgreen, P., Lorch, E., Zimmerman, R. & Harrington, N. (2002). Attention, persuasive
communication, and prevention. In: W.D. Crano & M. Burgoon (Eds.), Mass media and drug
prevention: Classic and contemporary theories and research (119-143). Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum
Associates.
Donohew, L., Zimmerman, R., Cupp, P., Novak, S., Colon, S., & Abell, R. (2000). Sensation seeking,
impulsive decision-making, and risky sex: Implications for risk-taking and design of interventions.
Journal of Personality and Individual Differences, 28, 1079-1091.
D’Silva, M.U., Harrington, N.G., Palmgreen, P, Donohew, L., & Lorch, E.P. (2001). Drug use prevention
for the high sensation seeker: The role of alternative activities. Substance Use & Misuse, 36(3),
373-385.
Ebreo, A., Feist-Price, S., Siewe, Y., & Zimmerman, R. (2002). Effects of peer education on the peer
educators in a school-based HIV prevention program: Where should peer education research go
from here? Health Education & Behavior, 29(4), 411-423.
Everett, M. W., & Palmgreen, P. (1995). Influences of sensation seeking, message sensation value, and
program context on effectiveness of anticocaine public service announcements. Health
Communication, 7, 225-248.
Farquhar, C. (with Das, R.). (1999). Are focus groups suitable for ‘sensitive’ topics? In Barbour, R.S. &
Kitzinger, J. (Eds) Developing focus group research: Politics, theory and practice. London: Sage,
47-63.
Festervand, T.A. (1984-1985). An introduction and application of focus group research to the health care
industry. Health Marketing Quarterly, 2(2-3), 199-209.
Hoppe MJ, Wells E.A., Morrison D.M., Gillmore M.R., & Wilsdon A. (1995). Using focus groups to discuss
sensitive topics with children. Evaluation Review, 19, 102-14.
Hughes D, & DuMont K. (1993). Using focus groups to facilitate culturally anchored research. American
Journal of Community Psychology, . 21, 775-806.


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