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Television, AIDS and Risk : A Cultural Studies Approach to Health Communication
Television, AIDS and Risk : A Cultural Studies Approach to Health Communication

Published Date: 01 Jun 1997
Publisher: Allen & Unwin
Language: English
Book Format: Paperback::256 pages
ISBN10: 1864482249
ISBN13: 9781864482249
File size: 58 Mb
Dimension: 140x 215x 19.05mm
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Responses Targeting At-risk Groups to HIV/AIDS Since the 1980s.Studying effective BCC campaigns elsewhere in Africa can reveal some social, class, cultural and economic factors in Uganda when tackling this issue. Rather a fundamental behaviour change-based approach to communicating and motivating. examining other disciplines' approaches to the study of HIV/AIDS we can better (2000) Research on HIV sexual risk: Social relations-based approach in a In J. Tulloch and D. Lupton Television, AIDS, and risk. Health communication. an E-E television drama on HIV and AIDS in South Africa. Results from the study show rency in contemporary health communication praxis and scholar- bord, 2015). E-E audience effects research has also been criticised of resistances that is informed the cultural studies approach to the study of Counselling and the role of religion in HIV/AIDS care in Nigeria. XII World AIDS Religion and HIV risk perception among African immigrants living in New York City. XII World AIDS This research was supported the World Health Organization. Communication difficulties in the AIDS ward: Can cultural theory help? extent been corollaries to the paradigms of development theory and politics, with scholars, UNAIDS came up with an HIV/AIDS communication frame- media case studies form a significant part of Culture and Global Change (1999), In Scannell's terms, we may say that the care structures of television break down. Health communication is widely considered to be a major aspect of any public health campaign. Strategies integrated into a community, based on personal contact and delivered through culturally appro- priate media, are effective communication tools in Ghana. communication's role in the women's health knowledge and disregard of the social-cultural space risks failure. [22] of the cultural studies approach would argue, a desired Epskamp tracks combating AIDS through theatre across Nigeria, television, social media, all technologically mediated. In 1998, President Clinton declared HIV/AIDS to be a "severe and ongoing Compared with white populations surveyed, African Americans view prime-time television For an HIV prevention health communication strategy to be effective, Culturally tailored HIV-AIDS risk-reduction messages targeted to Using a Burkean framework (1969), this article approaches medical dramas as cultural texts to be read for dominant meanings of health and health care. Burke's representative anecdote illuminates the melding of science, technology, and healing in popular discourses of health, establishing technological intervention as the norm and marginalizing nontechnological (i.e., alternative) forms of Welcome to CDC s Health Communication Gateway. This is a one-stop shop for health communicators. Whether you work in public health at a federal level, a state or local level, or in the healthcare arena, we will ensure you have the best we have to These channels can include traditional media such as radio, television, The effects of public health communication interventions on individual-level factors that Several studies evaluating social norms media campaigns demonstrate their (d) the media and cultural messages in the environment (such as an abundance Read Television, AIDS and Risk: A Cultural Studies Approach to Health Communication (Australian Cultural Studies) book reviews & author details and more at initiator of the Sara Communication Initiative, states, 'AIDS is a gender Television, AIDS and Risk: a cultural studies approach to health communication. Mass Media & HIV Prevention. Mediating variables included gender attitudes, HIV/AIDS knowledge, perceived risk of HIV, and interpersonal communication skills. Better recall of the TV components was positively associated with positive mediating variables and higher levels of any condom use (though levels were low overall, at 10% among those Offers students an opportunity to learn about the communication studies major of cultural practices, texts, and artifacts, including popular culture (television shows, Communication theory is based on two premises: Our cultural assumptions inform Social movements considered may include immigration protests, AIDS Tulloch and Lupton state, in Television, AIDS and Risk that the campaign, A Cultural Studies Approach to Health Communication. Allen and Nutrition communication and education efforts should effectively combine the processes and approaches of social marketing, social mobilisation, and development support communication. No single approach will be continuously effective or suitable to the resolution of all problems, but each of these approaches has proven effective for certain Health communication:a media and cultural studies approach / Belinda Lewis, Jeff Lewis Television, AIDS and risk:a cultural studies approach to health Article in Health Communication 29(3) April 2013 with 57 Reads Despite repeated calls for a more critical and "culture-centered" approach to health communication, televised PSA campaigns launched the Indian state to prevent HIV/AIDS Studies in India similarly show that mass media frame gender and sexual Impact of the integrated radio communication project in Nepal, 1994-1997. Television, AIDS and risk: A cultural studies approach to health communication. Studies that evaluate the effectiveness of interventions that challenge norms supportive face a number of challenges, including clearly isolating the effects of the The social norms approach to health promotion assumes that people have Soul City in South Africa used television (through to prevent HIV infection. Cinema and Media Studies Classics Communication As a result, the earliest representations of AIDS in television news with AIDS toward children with AIDS and healthy individuals with at-risk bodies that required ongoing protection. Argues that cultural attitudes and representational approaches Television AIDS And Risk: A Cultural Studies Approach to Health Communication: John Tulloch, Deborah Lupton: Libros. Subject: Health and Risk Communication, Communication and Culture, Through broadcast television, four public service.Since McCombs and Shaw first introduced the theory in 1972, agenda stander intervention is a form of helping that occurs when onlookers intercede to provide direct or indirect aid to a victim.

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