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‘This Shot Can Save Your Life!’ (Or Can It?): Framing of the HPV Vaccine in Teen, Parenting, and Women’s Magazines
Unformatted Document Text:  Steele, and Kim Walsh-Childers, (Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2002), 25-55. And Walsh-Childers, K., Gotthoffer, A, and Lepre, C.R., “From ‘Just the Facts’ to ‘Downright Salacious’” Teens’ and Women’s Magazine Coverage of Sex and Sexual Health,” in Sexual Teens, Sexual Media, Eds. Jane D. Brown, Jeanne R. Steele, and Kim Walsh-Childers, (Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2002), 153-171. 22 Treise, D., and Gotthoffer, A., “Stuff You Couldn’t Ask Your Parents: Teens Talk about Using Magazines for Sex Information,” in Sexual Teens, Sexual Media, Eds. Jane D. Brown, Jeanne R. Steele, and Kim Walsh-Childers, (Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2002), 173-189. 23 Andsager, J.A., and Powers, A.“Social vs. economic concerns: How general news and women’s magazines frame breast cancer.” (Paper presented at the annual conference of the International Communications Association, San Francisco, CA, 1999). 24 Gamson, W. A. and Mogdigliani, A.“The changing culture of affirmative action,” in Research in political sociology, Eds. Richard D. Braungart and Margaret M. Braungart, (Greenwich, CT: JAI Press 1987),137-177. 25 Gitlin, T., The whole world is watching (Berkeley, CA: University of California Press 1980).

Authors: Lepre, Carolyn.
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Steele, and Kim Walsh-Childers, (Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 
2002), 25-55. And Walsh-Childers, K., Gotthoffer, A, and Lepre, C.R., “From ‘Just 
the Facts’ to ‘Downright Salacious’” Teens’ and Women’s Magazine Coverage of 
Sex and Sexual Health,” in Sexual Teens, Sexual Media, Eds. Jane D. Brown, 
Jeanne R. Steele, and Kim Walsh-Childers, (Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum 
Associates, 2002), 153-171.
22
 Treise, D., and Gotthoffer, A., “Stuff You Couldn’t Ask Your Parents: Teens Talk 
about Using Magazines for Sex Information,” in Sexual Teens, Sexual Media
Eds. Jane D. Brown, Jeanne R. Steele, and Kim Walsh-Childers, (Mahwah, NJ: 
Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2002), 173-189.
23
 Andsager, J.A., and Powers, A.“Social vs. economic concerns:  How general 
news and women’s magazines frame breast cancer.” (Paper presented at the 
annual conference of the International Communications Association, San 
Francisco, CA, 1999).
24
 Gamson, W. A. and Mogdigliani, A.“The changing culture of affirmative 
action,”  in Research in political sociology, Eds. Richard D. Braungart and 
Margaret M. Braungart, (Greenwich, CT:  JAI Press 1987),137-177.
25
 Gitlin, T., The whole world is watching (Berkeley, CA: University of California 
Press 1980).


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