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This study uses a quasi-experimental design to assess the impact of pro- and anti-food irradiation messages on consumer opinions. The data came from a panel study of 223 adults in Minneapolis, Minnesota, who completed three successive questionnaires. One group received a packet of information...
While quality mediated information does not guarantee accurate public risk perceptions, it provides the public with the means to construct informed risk assessments. This study analyzed four major U.S. newspapers to assess the quality of coverage related to risks posed by avian flu. “Quality of...
In May 2003 all university faculties of medicine, health sciences, nursing, business, and public administration in Canada were surveyed to document whether their promotion practices gave equal treatment to researchers with traditional disciplinary-based scholarly outputs versus those with...
This content analysis of newspaper stories seeks to answer three questions about the Columbia space shuttle disaster: What sources did journalists cite in telling the Columbia story? What did those sources say? Which sources were heard most often? Stories analyzed were published by the New York...
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