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Manufacturing Consent: The Political Economy of the Mass Media
POLITICS AND JOURNALISM HERMAN. EDWARD S. and NOAM CHOMSKY, Manufacturing Consent: The Political Economy of the Mass Media. New York: Pantheon Books, 1988. 412 pp., $24.95 cloth, $14.95 paper. In anExpand
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Guilt, fear, stigma and knowledge gaps: ethical issues in public health communication interventions.
Public health communication campaigns have been credited with helping raise awareness of risk from chronic illness and new infectious diseases and with helping promote the adoption of recommendedExpand
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Unintended Effects of Health Communication Campaigns
Health communication campaigns, as an outcome of and an input into the social process, can create unintended as well as intended effects. The present paper represents an initial conceptual treatmentExpand
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Using media campaigns for health promotion.
To date the preponderance of scholarly effort exerted on this topic has focused on developing theory "for" campaigns i.e. new psychological and sociological theory that administrative researchers canExpand
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Perceptions of Opinion “Climates” and Willingness to Discuss the Issue of Abortion
This 1986 survey of 432 Madison, Wisconsin, residents describes an elaborated version of Elisabeth Noelle-Neumann's model of the “spiral of silence.” Consistent with her hypotheses, persons whoseExpand
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The Hidden History of Product Placement
Product placements now saturate motion pictures and television, but the practice began long before E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial followed a trail of Reese's Pieces out of the woods. Using internalExpand
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Fear Appeals for Individuals in Different Stages of Change: Intended and Unintended Effects and Implications on Public Health Campaigns
This study represents an initial attempt to examine the intended and unintended effects of fear appeals among individuals in different stages of change. Toward this end, a pilot study investigatedExpand
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The Next-Birthday Method of Respondent Selection
RECENT and numerous additions to the survey methodology literature, especially in the area of random-digit-dialing, have helped researchers to generate samples of household units for telephoneExpand
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The Spiral of Silence Ten Years Later: An Examination and Evaluation.
ABSTRACT In her model of opinion formation, Elizabeth Noelle-Neumann postulates a spiral of silence:,to avoid isolation, people holding minority views either alter their ideas to conform to theExpand
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