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by Albert Okunade,Jim Willis

Free eBook Reporting on Risks: The Practice and Ethics of Health and Safety Communication download ISBN: 0275952967
Author: Albert Okunade,Jim Willis
Publisher: Praeger; 1 edition (July 30, 1997)
Language: English
Pages: 240
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Subcategory: Medicine and Health Sciences
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Personal Name: Okunade, Albert Adelowo. Rubrics: Health risk communication Health in mass media. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book

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Home Browse Books Book details, Reporting on Risks: The Practice and Ethics o. .Reporting on Risks: The Practice and Ethics of Health and Safety Communication. By Jim Willis, Albert Adelowo Okunade. Health and safety risk issues such as AIDS, hazardous waste disposal, airline disasters, and health care policy frequently dominate the news and require a new level of sensitivity and expertise on the part of journalists. This work will be of interest to those studying communication, specifically in the areas of ethics in journalism and public health and medical reporting.

Health and safety risk issues such as AIDS, hazardous waste disposal, airline disasters, and health care policy . It also examines the ethical implications of reporting risks to the public. Author: Willis, Jim; Okunade, Albert A.

Health and safety risk issues such as AIDS, hazardous waste disposal, airline disasters, and health care policy frequently dominate the news and require a new level of sensitivity and expertise on the part of journalists. This volume focuses on a study of the trends in risk reporting and offers guidelines on how to report the dangers of these risks more accurately.

Willis, William J. and Okunade, Albert . Busse, Reinhard; Orvain, Jacques; Velasco, Marcial; Perleth, Matthias; Drummond, Michael; Gurtner, Felix; Jorgensen, Torben; Jovell, Albert; Malone, Jim; Ruther, Alric; Wild, Claudia (2002-03). Related Items in Google Scholar.

Health and safety risk issues such as AIDS, hazardous waste disposal, airline disasters, and health care policy frequently dominate the news and require a new level. by Jim Willis and Albert Adelowo Okunade. Select Format: Hardcover.

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Professor Willis is the author of several books on journalism and the mass media including The Age of Multimedia and Turbonews (Praeger, 1994)

Professor Willis is the author of several books on journalism and the mass media including The Age of Multimedia and Turbonews (Praeger, 1994). ALBERT ADELOWO OKUNADE is Professor of Economics in the Fogelman College of Business and Economics at the University of Memphis. He has published more than 40 journal articles.

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Reporting on risks : the practice and ethics of health and safety communication, Jim Willis with Albert Adelowo Okunade. p. cm. Reporting on Risks THE PRACTICE AND ETHICS OF HEALTH AND SAFETY COMMUNICATION. Jim Willis with Albert Adelowo Okunade.

Health and safety risk issues such as AIDS, hazardous waste disposal, airline disasters, and health care policy frequently dominate the news and require a new level of sensitivity and expertise on the part of journalists. This volume focuses on a study of the trends in risk reporting and offers guidelines on how to report the dangers of these risks more accurately. It also examines the ethical implications of reporting risks to the public. This work will be of interest to those studying communication, specifically in the areas of ethics in journalism and public health and medical reporting.