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Examines trends in coverage of global health issues in mainstream and specialized media, challenges determining amounts and types of coverage, prospects for independent journalism funding, and implications for journalistic integrity and informing policy.
Provides basic information and data on the main diseases and conditions prevalent in low- and middle-income countries, U.S. government funding for global health, major policy issues, and initiatives among U.S. and international agencies and multilaterals.
Examines how the media covered health issues during the first six months of the Obama administration; the topics most reported on; variations among print, television, radio, and online media; and differences from the coverage seen in 2007 and 2008.
Based on a literature review, a survey of healthcare journalists, and interviews, examines the effects of changes in the news media on its coverage of health issues and the impact of these trends on consumers. Explores challenges and implications.
Examines how the media covered health and health policy issues: the extent to which health was part of the news agenda and the 2008 primary campaign coverage, the topics most reported on, and variations among print, television, radio, and online media.
Traces the development of national public education campaigns, from those aimed at raising general awareness, to treatment and prevention. Looks at the role played by entertainment media, including more recent initiatives focusing on the global pandemic.
Examines available research, and arguments by proponents and critics, of electronic educational media use by young children. Examines educational claims in marketing and provides recommendations for developing research and product standards.
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