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Deficiencies vs. Differences: Predicting Older Women's Knowledge Levels on Breast Cancer
Unformatted Document Text:  34 Montaño, E. D., Thompson, B., Taylor, V. & Mahloch, J. (1997). Understanding mammography intention and utilization among women in an inner city public hospital clinic. Preventive Medicine 26, 817-824. National Center for Health Statistics (1993). National Health Interview Survey, 1992: Cancer Control Supplement [computer file]. Hyattsville, MD: National Center for Health Statistics, U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services [producer]. Ann Arbor, MI: Inter-University Consortium for Political and Social Research [distributor], 1994. Newspapers Association of America (2000). 2000 Facts about Newspaper. Newspapers Association of America. Nielsen Media Research (2002). 2002 report on television: The first fifty years. New York: Nielsen Media Research. Retrieved July 15 from NAA website: http://www.naa.org/artpage.cfm?AID=4510&SID=168 Office of Women’s Health. (2001). Women’s health issues: An overview. Retrieved June 8, 2002 from the National Women’s Health Information Center website: http://www.4woman.gov/owh/pub/womhealth%20issues/index.htm Pan, Z., & McLeod, J. M. (1991). Multilevel analysis in mass communication research. Communication Research 18(2), 140-173. Rakovshi Rimal, R. N. (2001). Perceived risk and self-efficacy as motivators: Understanding individuals’ long-term use of health information. Journal of Communication 16 (Dec), 134-158. Simmons, R. E. & Garda, E. C. (1982). Dogmatism and the ‘knowledge gap’ among Brazilian mass media users. Gazette 30(2), 121-133. Smith, J. P. (1995). Unequal wealth and incentives to save. Santa Monica, Cal.: RAND. Stoddard, A. M., Rimer, B. K., Lane, D., Fox, S. A., Lipkus, I., Lickmann, R., Avrunin, J. S., Sprachman, S., Costanza, M. & Urban, N. (1998). Underusers of mammography screening: Stages of adoption in five U. S. subpopulations. Preventive Medicine 27, 478-487. Tichenor, P. J., Donohue, G. A. & Olien, C. N. (1970). Mass media flow and differential growth in knowledge. Public Opinion Quarterly 34(2), 159-170. Tichenor, P. J., Donohue, G. A. & Olien, C. N. (1999). Forward. In Demers, D. & Viswanath, K. ed. Mass media, social control, and social change. Ames: Iowa State University Press, pp. xi-xii. Viswanath, K., Kahn, E., Finnegan, J. R. (Jr.), Hertog, J. & Potter, J. D. (1993). Motivation and the knowledge gap: Effects of a campaign to reduce diet-related cancer risk. Communication Research 20(4, August), 546-563. Yow, S. R., Salmon, C. T., Hawkins, R. P. & Love, R. R. (1991). Motivational and structural factors in predicting different kinds of cancer knowledge. American Behavioral Scientist 34(July-August), 724-741.

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Montaño, E. D., Thompson, B., Taylor, V. & Mahloch, J. (1997). Understanding
mammography intention and utilization among women in an inner city public
hospital clinic. Preventive Medicine 26, 817-824.
National Center for Health Statistics (1993). National Health Interview Survey, 1992:
Cancer Control Supplement [computer file]. Hyattsville, MD: National Center for
Health Statistics, U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services [producer]. Ann
Arbor, MI: Inter-University Consortium for Political and Social Research
[distributor], 1994.
Newspapers Association of America (2000). 2000 Facts about Newspaper. Newspapers
Association of America.
Nielsen Media Research (2002). 2002 report on television: The first fifty years. New
York: Nielsen Media Research. Retrieved July 15 from NAA website:
http://www.naa.org/artpage.cfm?AID=4510&SID=168
Office of Women’s Health. (2001). Women’s health issues: An overview. Retrieved June
8, 2002 from the National Women’s Health Information Center website:
http://www.4woman.gov/owh/pub/womhealth%20issues/index.htm
Pan, Z., & McLeod, J. M. (1991). Multilevel analysis in mass communication research.
Communication Research 18(2), 140-173.
Rakovshi
Rimal, R. N. (2001). Perceived risk and self-efficacy as motivators: Understanding
individuals’ long-term use of health information. Journal of Communication 16
(Dec), 134-158.
Simmons, R. E. & Garda, E. C. (1982). Dogmatism and the ‘knowledge gap’ among
Brazilian mass media users. Gazette 30(2), 121-133.
Smith, J. P. (1995). Unequal wealth and incentives to save. Santa Monica, Cal.: RAND.
Stoddard, A. M., Rimer, B. K., Lane, D., Fox, S. A., Lipkus, I., Lickmann, R., Avrunin, J.
S., Sprachman, S., Costanza, M. & Urban, N. (1998). Underusers of
mammography screening: Stages of adoption in five U. S. subpopulations.
Preventive Medicine 27, 478-487.
Tichenor, P. J., Donohue, G. A. & Olien, C. N. (1970). Mass media flow and differential
growth in knowledge. Public Opinion Quarterly 34(2), 159-170.
Tichenor, P. J., Donohue, G. A. & Olien, C. N. (1999). Forward. In Demers, D. &
Viswanath, K. ed. Mass media, social control, and social change. Ames: Iowa
State University Press, pp. xi-xii.
Viswanath, K., Kahn, E., Finnegan, J. R. (Jr.), Hertog, J. & Potter, J. D. (1993).
Motivation and the knowledge gap: Effects of a campaign to reduce diet-related
cancer risk. Communication Research 20(4, August), 546-563.
Yow, S. R., Salmon, C. T., Hawkins, R. P. & Love, R. R. (1991). Motivational and
structural factors in predicting different kinds of cancer knowledge. American
Behavioral Scientist 34
(July-August), 724-741.


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