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Rationality and Context: Antidotes for Anthrax Anecdotes
Unformatted Document Text:  31 Epstein, S., Pacini, R., Denes-Raj, V., & Heier, H. (1996). Individual differences in intuitive-experiential and analytic-rational thinking styles. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 71, 390-405. Furedi, F. (1997). The culture of fear: Risk taking and the morality of low expectation. London: Cassell. Gerbner, G., & Gross, L. (1976). Living with television: The Violence Profile. Journal of Communication, 6, 223-230. Gibson, R., & Zillmann, D. (1994). Exaggerated versus representative exemplification in news reports. Communication Research, 21, 603-624. Glassner, B. (1999). Culture of fear: Why Americans are afraid of the wrong things. New York: Basic Books. Griffin, R. J. (1999). Using systematic thinking to choose and evaluate evidence. In M. Friendman, S. Dunwoody & C. L. Rogers (Eds.), Communicating uncertainty: Media coverage of new and controversial science (pp. 225-248). Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum. Hadden, S. G. (1989). A citizen’s right to know: Risk communication and public policy. Boulder, CO: Westview Press. Hirsch, P. (1980). The “scary world” of the nonviewer and other anomalies: A reanalysis of Gerbner, et al.’s findings on cultivation analysis. Communication Research, 7, 403-456. Hirsch, P. (1981). On not learning from one’s own mistakes: A reanalysis of Gerbner et al.’s findings on cultivation analysis, part II. Communication Research, 8, 3- 37.

Authors: Berger, Charles., Johnson, Joel. and Lee, Eun-Ju.
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Epstein, S., Pacini, R., Denes-Raj, V., & Heier, H. (1996). Individual differences
in intuitive-experiential and analytic-rational thinking styles. Journal of Personality and
Social Psychology, 71, 390-405.
Furedi, F. (1997). The culture of fear: Risk taking and the morality of low
expectation. London: Cassell.
Gerbner, G., & Gross, L. (1976). Living with television: The Violence Profile.
Journal of Communication, 6, 223-230.
Gibson, R., & Zillmann, D. (1994). Exaggerated versus representative
exemplification in news reports. Communication Research, 21, 603-624.
Glassner, B. (1999). Culture of fear: Why Americans are afraid of the wrong
things. New York: Basic Books.
Griffin, R. J. (1999). Using systematic thinking to choose and evaluate evidence.
In M. Friendman, S. Dunwoody & C. L. Rogers (Eds.), Communicating uncertainty:
Media coverage of new and controversial science (pp. 225-248). Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.
Hadden, S. G. (1989). A citizen’s right to know: Risk communication and public
policy. Boulder, CO: Westview Press.
Hirsch, P. (1980). The “scary world” of the nonviewer and other anomalies: A
reanalysis of Gerbner, et al.’s findings on cultivation analysis. Communication Research,
7, 403-456.
Hirsch, P. (1981). On not learning from one’s own mistakes: A reanalysis of
Gerbner et al.’s findings on cultivation analysis, part II. Communication Research, 8, 3-
37.


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