Media coverage of health issues and how to work more effectively with journalists: a qualitative study
- CANADIAN NEWSWORKERS: A Cross Media Analysis of Professional and Personal Attributes. Pollard, George // Canadian Journal of Communication;Summer1985, Vol. 11 Issue 3, p269
The article presents a study that compares the attributes and assesses the extent of professional orientation evident among Canadian newsworkers. The study shows that Canadian newsworkers are better educated, indicating that in the mid-seventies, 40% of newsworkers said they had at least begun a...
- Health and the media: Uneasy partners? Stroot, Philippe // World Health;Nov/Dec97, Vol. 50 Issue 6, p12
Highlights the working relationship between the health sector and the mass media. Impact of press, radio and television on public health; Complaints of scientists against the journalists; Discussion on the shared responsibilities of the press and the medical practitioners.
- The big NZ journalism survey: Underpaid, under-trained, under-resourced, unsure about the future -- but still idealistic. Hollings, James; Lealand, Geoff; Samson, Alan; Tilley, Elspeth // Pacific Journalism Review;Sep2007, Vol. 13 Issue 2, p175
This survey (n=514) updates and extends previous surveys of New Zealand journalists, by measuring attitudes to resourcing, news coverage, ethics and standards, changing technology, ownership and other topics. Reasonably broad coverage of print, broadcast and internet journalists was achieved....
- Journalist as Professional Linguistic Personality in Linguistic Rhetoric of the Modern Russian Glossy Discourse. Vorozhbitova, Alexandra A.; Skulin, Oleg V. // Izvestiya Sochi State University;2013, Vol. 26 Issue 3, p185
The article is focused on modern Russian discourse of glossy magazines in the aspect of its production by a journalist as a professional linguistic personality, studies linguistic & rhetorical (L&R) peculiarity of verbal and cogitative process of a journalist in this type of mass media on the...
- MISA Zambia Statement: Stop beating journalists and acts of censorship. // African Business News;12/19/2014, p1
No abstract available.
- Keeping sight of the domestic 'flu threat. Pollard, Tom // British Journal of Community Nursing;Nov2005, Vol. 10 Issue 11, p491
The article comments on British media and government treatment of the threat of bird flu from Southeast Asia, and on the need for preparedness on the part of health professionals. The danger posed by influenza strain H5N1 is genuine and imminent. Media, if unchallenged by government, will be...
- IPL media rights ITT gets massive response. // Exchange4media.com;10/19/2016, p1
The article reports that the Indian Premier League Media Rights ITT got a massive response from leading media and technology businesses.
- Effects of Message Sensation Value in Bird Flu TV Stories on Audience Arousal And Perception of Story Quality. Ran Wei; Shuhua Zhou // China Media Research;Apr2010, Vol. 6 Issue 2, p1
To understand how message sensation value affects audiences' perception of the new stories of the bird flu pandemic, a 2 x 2 x 4 within-subject experiment was designed. And news stories from CNN were used as stimuli. Message sensation value was found to be the key factor influencing...
- The real global epidemic is blatant media fear mongering. Winter, James // CCPA Monitor;Jun2009, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p43
The article analyzes the social impact of influenza A pandemic. There is an assumption that the growing concerns of the public on the threat of influenza is due to the mistake of the media in exaggerating the situation. The media continue to focus on the fearful situations instead of offering...