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Gender differences in family communication about organ donation
Unformatted Document Text:  37 Horton, R.L., & Horton, P.J. (1991). A model of willingness to become a potential organ donor. Social Science and Medicine, 33, 1037-1051. Jasper, J.D., Harris, R.J., Lee, B.C., & Miller, K.E. (1991). Organ donation terminology: Are we communicating life or death? Health Psychology, 10, 34-41. Johnson, F. (2000). Speaking culturally: Language diversity in the United States. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. Kopfman, J.E. (1995). Narrative and logical argument messages that persuade the high willingness target audience to become potential organ donors: A test of attitude-behavior consistency. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Michigan State University. Kopfman, J.E. (2000). What really influences potential organ donors? Messages and sources that influence willingness to become a potential organ donor. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the National Communication Association, Seattle, WA, November. Kopfman, J.E., & Jansky, S.A. (2002). The influence of family discussion on individual intent to become a potential organ donor: Using Theory of Reasoned Action’s subjective norm to change intent. Manuscript accepted for presentation at the Annual Convention of the National Communication Association, New Orleans LA., November. Kopfman, J.E., & Smith, S.W. (1996). Understanding the audiences of a health communication campaign: A discriminant analysis of potential organ donors based on intent to donate. Journal of Applied Communication Research, 24, 33-49. Labrie, F., Candas, B., Dupont, A., Cusan, L., Gomez, J., Suburu, R., Diamond, P., Levesque, J., & Belanger, A. (1999). Screening decreases prostate cancer death: First

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Horton, R.L., & Horton, P.J. (1991). A model of willingness to become a
potential organ donor. Social Science and Medicine, 33, 1037-1051.
Jasper, J.D., Harris, R.J., Lee, B.C., & Miller, K.E. (1991). Organ donation
terminology: Are we communicating life or death? Health Psychology, 10, 34-41.
Johnson, F. (2000). Speaking culturally: Language diversity in the United States.
Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
Kopfman, J.E. (1995). Narrative and logical argument messages that persuade
the high willingness target audience to become potential organ donors: A test of
attitude-behavior consistency. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Michigan State
University.
Kopfman, J.E. (2000). What really influences potential organ donors? Messages
and sources that influence willingness to become a potential organ donor. Paper
presented at the Annual Meeting of the National Communication Association, Seattle,
WA, November.
Kopfman, J.E., & Jansky, S.A. (2002). The influence of family discussion on
individual intent to become a potential organ donor: Using Theory of Reasoned Action’s
subjective norm to change intent. Manuscript accepted for presentation at the Annual
Convention of the National Communication Association, New Orleans LA., November.
Kopfman, J.E., & Smith, S.W. (1996). Understanding the audiences of a health
communication campaign: A discriminant analysis of potential organ donors based on
intent to donate. Journal of Applied Communication Research, 24, 33-49.
Labrie, F., Candas, B., Dupont, A., Cusan, L., Gomez, J., Suburu, R., Diamond,
P., Levesque, J., & Belanger, A. (1999). Screening decreases prostate cancer death: First


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