Objective: In politically contested health debates, stakeholders on both sides present arguments and evidence to influence public opinion and the political agenda. The present study aimed to examine whether stakeholders in the Soft Drinks Industry Levy (SDIL) debate sought to establish or undermine the acceptability of this policy through the news media and how this compared with similar policy debates in relation to tobacco and alcohol industries. Design: Quantitative and qualitative content analysis of newspaper articles discussing sugar-sweetened beverage (SSB) taxation published in eleven UK newspapers between 1 April 2015 and 30 November 2016, identified through the Nexis database. Direct stakeholder citations were entered in NVivo to allow inductive thematic analysis and comparison with an established typology of industry stakeholder arguments used by the alcohol and tobacco industries. Setting: UK newspapers. Participants: Proponents and opponents of SSB tax/SDIL cited in UK newspapers. ...
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The results of this content analysis provide the first systematic description of the themes and frames used to portray the national tobacco settlement debate of 1997-98 in the news media. We found that the major theme in the newspaper coverage of the tobacco settlement debate was money, that the discussion of the public health policy aspects of the settlement focused on federal regulation of tobacco and largely ignored the potential role of states and local communities in controlling and preventing tobacco use, and that although the general issue of tobacco industry immunity was widely addressed, the specific alterations to the civil justice system that were being considered in the debate were not presented to the American public. We also found that the problem of tobacco was largely framed as one of youth smoking, that tobacco was almost never portrayed as a deadly product, and that the issue of secondhand smoke was rarely addressed.. While there was extensive discussion of the new revenue that ...
With the annual Talking Newspaper Federation conference just six weeks away - BWBFs technical team is working hard to redesign the service it offers.. This is to make it easier both for the listeners who use it and Talking Newspaper groups which upload their audio content onto it.. Currently, users of our Sonata Plus+ internet radio can enjoy around 120 different talking publications - including dozens of local newspapers and magazines.. As well as allowing people to access the publications via the Sonata, BWBF also provides each Talking Newspaper group which uploads to the service with a link so the content can also be played by anyone with an internet accessible device, such as a tablet, smartphone or PC.. The work going on behind the scenes will make the process easier and quicker for each Talking Newspaper group to upload its audio content onto our system.. The changes being made by the team will mean the audio includes an embedded player so the listener just has to open the link and the ...
The recent dominant discourse about violence in our society has been primarily focused on the entertainment media and its potential for harmful effects on children.1-4 Although the connection between entertainment media and violence deserves further exploration and attention, the role of the news media should not be ignored in discussions of violence prevention. The mass media, especially television and newspapers, are a primary source of information for the general public about crime and violence.5 News stories about violence, intentionally or not, provide the public with a critical framework for thinking about violence, its causes and solutions. The news media has the unique ability to tell people what to think about and how to think about it-two functions which can have a critical impact on public health practice and policy.6-9. The power of news organizations to influence what people think about, often referred to as agenda setting, comes from their ability to choose the stories that will ...
Issuu is a digital publishing platform that makes it simple to publish magazines, catalogs, newspapers, books, and more online. Easily share your publications and get them in front of Issuus millions of monthly readers. Title: April 10, 2013 - Fort Bend Community Newspaper for Sugar Land, Richmond, Stafford, Mo City, Katy, Author: Fort Bend Star Newspaper, Name: April 10, 2013 - Fort Bend Community Newspaper for Sugar Land, Richmond, Stafford, Mo City, Katy, Length: 14 pages, Page: 1, Published: 2013-04-10
Issuu is a digital publishing platform that makes it simple to publish magazines, catalogs, newspapers, books, and more online. Easily share your publications and get them in front of Issuus millions of monthly readers. Title: CITY Newspaper, December 6 - 12, 2017, Author: Rochester City Newspaper, Name: CITY Newspaper, December 6 - 12, 2017, Length: 52 pages, Page: 1, Published: 2017-12-06
Side One. German-language newspapers thrived as Germans became Indianas largest immigrant population by 1850. The Täglicher Telegraph und Tribüne, located near here, was among over 175 German-language newspapers published in Indiana, 1843-1920. These newspapers were important vehicles for readers in integrating and maintaining their cultural identities with American values.. Side Two. U.S. entry into WWI in 1917 created suspicion and antipathy toward German-American schools, churches, clubs and newspapers. Several of these Indiana newspapers, which had tried to present balanced war coverage, closed by 1918. This included the Täglicher Telegraph und Tribüne and papers in Berne, South Bend, Logansport, Evansville, and Terre Haute.. ...
References to newspapers should include the following, in the order indicated: (1) name of author (if given), (2) title of article, (3) name of newspaper, (4) date of newspaper, (5) section (if applicable), and (6) page numbers. Note: Newspaper names are not abbreviated. If a city name is not part of the newspaper name, it may be added to the official name, for clarity, as with Minneapolis in example 1. See example 5 for how to treat an article that
References to newspapers should include the following, in the order indicated: (1) name of author (if given), (2) title of article, (3) name of newspaper, (4) date of newspaper, (5) section (if applicable), and (6) page numbers. Note: Newspaper names are not abbreviated. If a city name is not part of the newspaper name, it may be added to the official name, for clarity, as with Minneapolis in example 1. See example 5 for how to treat an article that
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Newspapers are important sources of information about medical advances for many lay people and can influence those working in the health service. Medical journalists on newspapers routinely use general medical journals to obtain information on research. The Lancet and BMJ are both examined carefully by broadsheet journalists in Britain each week. These papers published an average of 1.25 stories from these journals every Friday. The stories focused on serious diseases, topical health problems, and new treatments rather than social problems. The newspaper stories were based on the full research article and not the journals press releases, although the press releases were valued as early information. Journalists relied heavily on the peer review processes of the journals in ensuring accuracy.. National newspapers often carry stories about the latest findings of medical research, many of which are based on articles published in prestigious general medical journals. Although the news media are an ...
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The editors came in two-by-two, trooping into Downing Street for a briefing with the Prime Minister on the Leveson Inquiry, the meeting of, arguably, the most powerful people in the country. After two...
The National News Paper Awards have been Canadas premier journalism awards for more than 50 years. In 1949, six awards were handed out. Today, there are 21 - www.nna-ccj.ca
Leadership is a daily national newspaper published by Leadership Newspaper Group, based in Abuja, Nigeria.[1] On its website, the paper asserts: "We shall stand up for good governance. We shall defend the interests of the Nigerian state even against its leaders and we shall raise our pen at all times in defence of what is right. These are the values by which we intend to be assessed".[2]. On 9 January 2007 a dozen State Security Service agents stormed the Leadership offices and arrested general manager Abraham Nda-Isaiah, editor Bashir Bello Akko and journalist Abdulazeez Sanni. The cause was an article written by journalist Danladi Ndayebo that discussed the political maneuvers in the ruling Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) party that led to nomination of Umaru Musa YarAdua as presidential candidate.[3] On 6 May 2008 a squad of armed, plain-clothed policemen from the Niger State Command raided the Leadership head office and arrested the deputy editor, Danladi Ndayebo, apparently without any ...
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If the reviews are not printed in newspapers, they will be printed, aired and blogged elsewhere. I dont think declining newspaper coverage is a big problem, though it may be a small one. Collected Miscellany is fairly immune to it. Kevin and Davids reviews are good enough, no, better than some print reviews and could be news on their own. Other bloggers should link to them for content. I may be wounded a little though by less newspaper coverage since I dont have original thoughts.. I am the dew which spins the light for a glimmering moment before I vanish.. Press concludes her article with a quote which says bloggers, to be read, should be little snarks with quirky tastes. What do you think about that? Are the harshly opinionated blogs the ones you prefer? For that matter, what is your favorite blog, the one which would disappoint you most if it shut down? What would you miss about it? Ill think this over and answer in the comments later.. ...
Perfect printable to analyse any newspaper article or news story. Your students can work through the important Ws. WHO WHAT WHERE WHEN and WHY. They also list the most important facts from the article and key vocabulary.
OBJECTIVE: To review journalists preferences and accuracy in reporting comatose states. METHODS: Using the Lexis-Nexis database, we selected newspaper headlines from January 1, 2001, through December 31, 2005, that included the words coma, comatose, unconsciousness, vegetative state, awakening, and brain dead. RESULTS: We identified 340 stories by headlines. The median age of persons in coma was 26 years. Coma cases in men were twice as common as those in women. In 71% of coma cases, the cause of coma was associated with motor vehicle crashes or violence. Persistent vegetative state was reported in 25 articles (7%), frequently when a family or physician conflict emerged. In 33 stories (10%), coma was medically induced but not mentioned in the headline. Three ‘miracle’ recoveries involved resumption of speech in patients in a minimally conscious state. CONCLUSION: Few news reports had gross inaccuracies or misrepresentations; however, definitional difficulties of unconscious states ...
Newspapers and news pamphlets from the 17th and 18th Centuries. The collection includes more than 1000 pamphlets, proclamations, newsbooks and newspapers from the period ( nearly 1 million pages - some 1,270 titles), including the first successful London daily and first illustrated newspaper . The collection covers more than 200 years of accounts from newspapers from England, Ireland, Scotland and a selection of papers from British colonies in the Americas and Asia ...
GCSE Mathematics Coursework. Specify and Plan. The aim of this coursework is to compare two different newspapers in two different manners. The first option in which I will be comparing them is to see how many words are in a sentence, and then cover parts of each newspaper with this scheme. I will be aiming to cover 80 sentences from each paper, and see how they differ in matter of words per sentence. Not only this, but I will be also seeing how many pictures are shown on one page, on average, amongst both the papers.. First I shall pick two newspapers, one shall be a broadsheet and one shall be a tabloid. Then, is hall pick a few articles from each newspaper. I would need to have picked the same articles as it would be unfair if I chose different articles. The papers must be bought on the same day, with the same date on each paper. I will then find the articles I require, and then do the tasks that I have been set. If there are any unfair problems, they will have to be resolved at the beginning. ...
PubMed comprises more than 30 million citations for biomedical literature from MEDLINE, life science journals, and online books. Citations may include links to full-text content from PubMed Central and publisher web sites.
During the massive UK riots in August there was a window smashing action against offices of a right-wing newspaper in Bristol, for which the cops seek a suspect from reported DNA evidence. This resulted in a local squat being raided. The cops didnt find who they were looking for, Huw Badger Norfolk, but made a political investigation, and seized computers, phones, papers. The newspaper, which naturally had their journalists present at the raid, tried to play a key part in the local repressive operations of the police, exactly like every other newspaper in the country. They all justified the police murder of Mark Duggan and excused the daily brutality and disgusting behaviour of the police, printing suspects photographs and spreading hatred and vengeance etc. The newspaper, known as the Evening Post is a very typical daily newspaper owned by Northcliffe Media (formerly Northcliffe Newspapers Group), it is a large regional newspaper publisher in the UK and Central and Eastern Europe, owned by ...
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ABC Color is a major Paraguayan newspaper with offices in the city of Asunción. The editorial that publishes the newspaper (Azeta) was founded August 8, 1967. It is one of the most widely read daily newspapers in Paraguay. The director of the editorial is Aldo Zuccolillo, the founder of the newspaper. In its formative years, ABC Color supported Stroessners autocratic regime. During the founding event of the newspaper, Zuccolillo declared this is "a great newspaper serving a great government". However, in the late 1970s and during the 1980s, ABC Color took a more critical position, which caused the forced suspension of the newspaper from 1984 until the end of Stroessners dictatorship, in 1989. ...
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This city was the scene of an historic outpouring of activism and indignation on May 20, when at least 15,000 people rallied and marched in opposition to the imperialist war policies of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. The demonstration took place in defiance of state and ruling-class intimidation, which was engineered by the city administration and the corporate media under the aegis of the White House and the Pentagon.. For weeks the local and national pro-business and military-friendly media had been inundated with reports of possible street violence and mass arrests. It was an attempt to discourage people from coming to Chicago for a series of activities that began on the weekend of May 12-13 with a Peoples Summit. But it failed. The week witnessed numerous demonstrations in support of immigrant and workers rights and in defense of the supposedly constitutionally protected ability to speak freely and congregate.. During the middle of the week, the home of a local activist in the ...
Historic Sites Commemorate 140th Anniversary of Final Report Released by 1898 Wilmington Race Riot Commission The 1898 Wilmington Race Riot Commission completed its work on May 31, 2006, with the submission of its report, findings, and recommendations to the General Assembly. A press conference at the Legislative Building generated tremendous public interest. In addition to state and national newspaper coverage, the topic has been featured on radio call-in shows and has been a favorite subject of bloggers. The thirteen-member commis-sion was created by statute in 2000, and the enabling legislation charged the Department Carolina Comments VOLUME 54, NUMBER 3 JULY 2006 Published Quarterly by the North Carolina Office of Archives and History This remarkable photograph by Henry Cronenberg of Wilmington depicts an armed mob in front of the still smoking ruins of Alex Manlys Wilmington Record office in the aftermath of the violence of November 10, 1898. Photo courtesy of the New Hanover County Public ...
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Weve analysed the stats and the numbers are in. Here are the top 25 most viewed newspaper articles in 2013. We have eye-witness reports of World War I and Nazi Germany, notices about missing girls, natural disasters and the travel of notable Australians. Its a wonderfully varied assortment, which speaks to the diverse interests of Trove users. Check them out!
Weve analysed the stats and the numbers are in. Here are the top 25 most viewed newspaper articles in 2013. We have eye-witness reports of World War I and Nazi Germany, notices about missing girls, natural disasters and the travel of notable Australians. Its a wonderfully varied assortment, which speaks to the diverse interests of Trove users. Check them out!
Archy and Mehitabel (styled as archy and mehitabel) is the title of a series of newspaper columns written by Don Marquis beginning in 1916. Written as fictional social commentary and intended as a space-filler to allow Marquis to meet the challenge of writing a daily newspaper column six days a week, archy and mehitabel is Marquis most famous work. Collections of these stories are still sold in print today. The published editions of these stories were originally illustrated by George Herriman, the creator and illustrator of Krazy Kat. // In 1916, Marquis introduced a fictional cockroach named "Archy" into his daily newspaper column at The New York Evening Sun. Archy (whose name was always written in lower case in the book titles, but was upper case when Marquis would write about him in narrative form) was a cockroach who had been a free-verse poet in a previous life, and took to writing stories and poems on an old typewriter at the newspaper office when everyone in the building had left. Archy ...
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It is sad to see the newspapers die, yes I know the reasons why and agree with them, but for me it still is sad. Back in the 1950s when I was a child our main source of news was either the radio or the newspaper, weekday evenings the family would gather around the radio for an hour or so before bedtime but sunday mornings were the best, the family would gather in the living room and divide up the paper devouring all the tidbits before heading of to church. My first real job was delivering papers on my bicycle, shoot in one year I made enough to buy my first motorcycle and I was just 10 though that only lasted a month after the sheriff caught me speeding in town, threw the bike in his trunk and hauled me home to confront my dad. I got a good whooping for that, oh well. The point is that at one time newspapers were an important part of peoples lives and though we march on in the name of progress, I for one still have those fond memories ...
Taken from Leah McLarens column in Globe and Mail newspaper on April 19. I cant figure out what she meant by skinny knees knocking over cherry Docs. Can anyone tell me what it means? Oh and also, can I say April 19th edition of Globe and Mail? thats what I was going to write, but I felt that the word edition was too big for daily newspaper - if it was monthly, the word edition would have been a perfect fit. If the word edition isnt a good word for a daily newspaper, what
previous post , next post » François Gonon et al., "Why Most Biomedical Findings Echoed by Newspapers Turn Out to be False: The Case of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder", PLoS ONE 9/12/2012:. Methods: We focused on attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Using Factiva and PubMed databases, we identified 47 scientific publications on ADHD published in the 1990s and soon echoed by 347 newspapers articles. We selected the ten most echoed publications and collected all their relevant subsequent studies until 2011. We checked whether findings reported in each "top 10" publication were consistent with previous and subsequent observations. We also compared the newspaper coverage of the "top 10" publications to that of their related scientific studies.. Results: Seven of the "top 10" publications were initial studies and the conclusions in six of them were either refuted or strongly attenuated subsequently. The seventh was not confirmed or refuted, but its main conclusion appears ...
By: E&P Staff. The Newspaper Guild is urging the Federal Communications Commission not to relax its rules limiting same-market common ownership of a newspaper and broadcast property. Loosening the 35-year cross-ownership rules will only lead to more consolidation, the Guild argues in a joint submission to the FCC with the National Association of Broadcast Employees and Technicians (NABET). And consolidation, the CWA-affiliated unions argue, is at odds with the aim of the FCCs quadrennial review of media ownership rules, which is to promote media diversity, competition and localism. ...
When you think of the New York Times, you probably think one of the largest and most popular and distributed newspapers in the world. Well guess what; youre right. What you probably dont think about is how the Times got to be so big and popular. In 1911, newspaper critic Will Irwin wrote "that the Times came the nearest of any newspaper to presenting a truthful picture of life in New York and the world at large." This was one of the main reasons the paper became so popular; it presented the news to the public without any "padding" or exposure of "private matters". The Times "advertised itself with the slogan, It does not soil the breakfast cloth", meaning when people read the paper every morning, it wasnt an unpleasant experience for them. They were reading the truth about life in the city and around the world, with no "sugar coating" added to it. Publisher Adolph Ochs "believed that decency meant dollars". It was because of this decency that the Times quickly became one of the most ...
This statistic displays the development of advertising expenditures in the European Union (EU 28) going on newspaper advertising from 2009 to 2016. In 2016, newspaper advertising spend in the EU 28 amounted to roughly 14.54 billion euros, a decrease compared to the previous year at approximately 15.6 billion euros. Newspaper ad spend fell from 22 billion euros in 2009.
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56% of internet-using newspaper readers researched or purchased at least one product they saw advertised in the newspaper. 42% of respondents purchased at least one product. 44% of respondents researched at least one product. Among them 67% researched online, and 70% of this group made a subsequent purchase; 48% visited, and 23% called, a store; [...]
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Posted on 10/21/2009 9:02:51 AM PDT by the_devils_advocate_666. ... The medical marijuana review business is booming as states like Colorado and California have seen an explosion in the number of pot shops. ... A Denver alternative newspaper recently posted an ad for what some consider the sweetest job in journalism - a reviewer of the states marijuana dispensaries and their products. ... The Denver paper, Westword, has already has gotten more than 120 applicants, many of them offering to do the reviews for free. When the newspaper settles on a permanent critic for its new Mile Highs and Lows column, industry watchers say, it will be the first professional newspaper critic of medical marijuana in the United States. Theres one condition: The critic has to have a medical ailment that allows them to legally enter a dispensary, and buy and use marijuana. ...
Newspaper Clippings: From This Moment On. A Rizzoli & Isles drabble by Gigi. A/N: My dear, dear readers, weve finally reached the end of Newspaper Clippings. You have all been so fantastic, and I honestly never once expected the response to a drabble challenge like this one received. This is the first time Ive ever written about two women together, and honestly the thought of how to realistically write them was daunting. I just wanted you all to know how much I appreciate your input in my efforts to broaden my horizons as a writer. You guys have kept my summer from being so absolutely filled with science and stress that I wanted to scream. You kept that from happening with your beautiful reviews and your support; you gave me something to look forward to doing every night before I went to bed. Thank you so much, and I hope you enjoy this final installment of Newspaper Clippings.. Neither of them remembered getting out of their seats, nor did they remember the act of approaching other. They ...
Exports Extra Eu - Books, Newspapers, Pictures & Related in the United Kingdom decreased to 62.75 GBP Million in May from 69.65 GBP Million in April of 2020. Exports Extra Eu - Books, Newspapers, Pictures & R in the United Kingdom averaged 104.54 GBP Million from 1996 until 2020, reaching an all time high of 175.45 GBP Million in December of 2008 and a record low of 61.22 GBP Million in January of 2005. This page includes a chart with historical data for the United Kingdom Exports of Extra EU - Books, Newspapers, Pictures.
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Several guides and union lists of newspapers are available at university, college, and public libraries. A guide to early California newspapers is J. Budenz, Paul J. Smith, and J.H. Young, comps., Early Newspapers and Periodicals of California and the West (San Francisco, California: W. R. Howell, 1970; Family History Library book 979.4 A3b; film 1421815 item 8). ...
Postmedia and Torstar plan to shut down dozens of Canadian newspapers. Two reporters share the stories they broke and what might have happened if they hadnt been there to follow the tip.
The Philadelphia Inquirer is a daily morning newspaper that serves the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania area. The newspaper was founded by John R. Walker and John Norvell in June 1829 as The Pennsylvania Inquirer and is the third oldest surviving daily newspaper in the United States. Owned by the local group Philadelphia Media Holdings L.L.C., The Inquirer has the tenth largest weekly U.S. newspaper circulation, and has won eighteen Pulitzer Prizes. Throughout The Inquirers history, the paper has risen and fallen in prominence. The Inquirer first became a major newspaper during the American Civil War when The Inquirers war coverage was popular on both sides. After the war the papers circulation dramatically dropped, but was reinvigorated by the end of the 19th century. While founded with support towards the Democratic Party The Inquirers political affiliation eventually shifted towards the Whig Party and then the Republican Party before officially becoming politically independent in the middle of ...
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In a recently released WHO report, more than 9 million new cases of tuberculosis were recorded worldwide in 2007. The 9,270,000 cases recorded 30,000 cases more than the preceding year, 2006.
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Elsewhere in this paper we carry a story and the address of the ruling Zanu-PF First Secretary and President, Cde Emmerson Mnangagwa as he addressed t... ...
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UTAH AND THE MORMONS. FREDERICK LOBAS STORY. Further Accounts Of Mormon Outrages and Character. From Our Own Correspondent. WASHINGTON, Wednesday, May 12, 1858. Audi alteram partem is a good maxim, especial-ly for an independent journal like the TIMES, which hears all sides, in previous correspondence I have xpressed doubts as to the real character of LOBA the escaped Mormon-the tendency of his story, etc. For this doubt I have a certain warrant, and al-hough in view of the information I possess, I con-fess that it is not by any means dispelled, I feel bound to furnish the corroboration of LOBAS story, which has been supplied by a gentleman who has resided several years in Utah, and with whom I have had a conversation upon the subject. The gentlemans name is withheld, in deference to his wishes, since he intends returning to Utah, and therefore dislikes to become conspicuous through newspaper reports, in-imical to the Mormons; but he informs me that he was acquainted with LOBA, in Salt Lake ...
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The National Digital Newspaper Program (NDNP), a partnership between the National Endowment for Humanities (NEH) and the Library of Congress, is a long-term effort to provide permanent, free access to historic newspapers selected and digitized by NEH-funded awardees in the United States. This program was created to build upon the United States Newspaper Program (USNP), another NEH & Library of Congress sponsored program geared toward locating, cataloging, and preserving microfilm newspapers published in the U.S. from the 18th Century to present. The NDNP extends the usefulness of the USNP digitized assets by incorporating newspapers published from 1836-1922 into a national digital newspaper resource, Chronicling America, where the digitized pages are made available. Through this resource over 9 million newspaper pages have been made available thus far. The University of Florida was one of the original NDNP awardees in 2005 when the program first started. Approximately 100,000 pages ...
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Not surprisingly researchers and their institutions commonly collaborate on press releases to promote news coverage of new medical studies, and many journals issue press releases independently.4 Press releases increase the odds that a study will receive news coverage5 and influence the content of eventual press coverage.6 Alarmingly, in the guise of original reporting, many press releases issued by academic institutions appear verbatim on newspapers and websites with nothing to notify readers that the text is nothing more than a press release.. Perhaps this would not be alarming if academic press releases reliably described research with appropriate circumspection and in terms easily comprehensible to lay readers. However, press releases commonly exaggerate the implications of study findings and offer quantitative information in formats that are prone to misinterpretation (eg, relative rather than absolute differences in treatment effects) without warning about study limitations.4 Thus, both the ...
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Sylvia Mortoza. Anew article on arsenic published in the New York Times publicises the extent of the damage done to people s health but it is not really telling us anything we don t already know. In fact we at this newspaper have been constant in our own evaluation of the situation and have continuously brought our readers up to date on what is happening where, when and why. We have also provided readers with information on what measures are being taken to bring relief to the affected people. Yet despite this, the biggest tragedy to hit us is still not recognized by potential victims or by those who live in Dhaka and feel they are safe from harm.. The inability of people to comprehend what they cannot see or understand is sad. That something they cannot see or taste and comes from below the ground can possibly do them harm, especially as it does not seem to affect everyone, is simply beyond their comprehension. As Dr. Allen H. Smith says, It seems like nonsense to people, telling them the water ...
This book explains why the Victorian novel is best understood alongside the simultaneous development of the news as a commercial commodity read by up to a million readers per day. The commercial press arising in 19th-century Britain had a profound influence on the fiction of Mary Braddon, Charlotte Brontë, Wilkie Collins, Charles Dickens, Joseph Conrad, Henry James, Anthony Trollope, and many other novelists who all used narrative conventions derived from the press in their fiction. The chapters of this book distinguish five of the most important of these narrative conventions-shipping intelligence, personal advertisements, leading articles, interviews, and foreign correspondence-in order to show how concretely journalism influenced the novel at this time. This book thereby challenges the assumed divide between the periods literature and journalism, with all of its implications for the production of an idea of culture and hierarchies of reading, by demonstrating how the daily newspaper was integral to
Those of you who have been reading these weekend round-ups for a while will have noticed that I tend to stick to a couple of Australian newspapers only. Generally I list material from "The Age", my local Melbourne newspaper, and "The Weekend Australian", the Saturday edition of Rupert Murdochs Australian national daily. And there is a very good reason for this: they are basically the only ones I get delivered on a Saturday, and "The Age" (along with its sister "The Sydney Morning Herald") seems to be one of the few Australian newspapers that display any of its book reviews on its website. I have no idea of why this is so. Most foreign newspapers seem to print the bulk of their reviews on their websites, yet for some reason their Australian counterparts have chosen a different path. I dont envisage this changing any time soon. In the meantime Ill keep on listing what I can, hoping that it is of some interest.. The first Australian review in "The Age" this weekend is of Wendy Harmers novel ...
The Toronto Star, Canada's highest-circulation daily newspaper, has built a reputation for excellent investigative reporting, including justly celebrated exposes of Toronto Mayor Rob Ford. But now that reputation is in tatters, due to an evidence-free investigation of the health risks of the...
Here again a murderous mother, Andrea Yates, drowns her 5 young children in the bathtub -- including a 7-year-old who fought the process tooth-and-nail. But they are dead. Watch how the newspapers turn away from the terrible end these children met at the hands of someone that supposedly loved them. Yatess depression and psychosis are then used to somehow justify this killing -- seemingly even to her husband and family -- although any such psychotic man would have been labelled a monster (no reason to look at why)1 and duely done away with. They even want to hang the unlikely lable of "post partum depression" in this murder of so many children, not just the baby, by a woman that was rational enough to fight a 7-year-old into the water and rational enough to let her husband and police know what she did, after it was done, but not before when it would have made a difference. It is amazing the number of women who comment htat they wanted to kill their children at one time or another, so it must be ...
Great divide, April 10, 2005. Won 1st place for Environmental Story in the National Newspaper Association 2006 Better Newspaper Contest, Daily Division. A story about the conflict over oil and gas drilling in the Red Desert. I got to go on a tour of this extremely remote but gorgeous desert for the story - and it stands out in my mind as having the most startling explosion of lichen diversity Ive ever seen. Plus we passed a sheepherders wagon complete with Belgian draft horses, anthills that reached to my knees, and herds of wild horses. Let no one tell you being a reporter in the west doesnt have its perks ...
The Evansville Courier & Press, a newspaper serving Evansville, Indiana and surrounding communities, made a classic headline mistake in its roundup
Andrew Barr is a Canadian illustrator living on the outskirts of Toronto. When not providing illustrations and info graphics for a major National newspaper, he can be found drawing monsters, comics and pinup art. Outside the newspaper you may have seen his work gracing the covers of Rock n Roll albums and t-shirts or in various educational comic publications. You may even have read one of his small press comic books. Either way youll see more of it here on this blog ...
Andrew Barr is a Canadian illustrator living on the outskirts of Toronto. When not providing illustrations and info graphics for a major National newspaper, he can be found drawing monsters, comics and pinup art. Outside the newspaper you may have seen his work gracing the covers of Rock n Roll albums and t-shirts or in various educational comic publications. You may even have read one of his small press comic books. Either way youll see more of it here on this blog ...
These are Headline articles from around the world wide web from the past and present. You should take a look at them and wonder what the Green SS and the Man Made Global Warming gang would say if the disasters from yesteryear happened today?. There are also Headlines from today and some of the Headline Links are borrowed from Steven Goddard at Real Climate Science. I still dont know how he finds them. Just click on the Headline. ...
Wednesday 5th June 2013. National Newspapers. The Daily Telegraph - Parents warned of sweet biscuit treats with more salt than a fish finger page 11. The Times - How much salt? Well, that just takes the biscuit page 3. Daily Mirror - Chocolate biscuits can be saltier than popcorn, health experts warn page 25. Daily Express - Biscuits salt risk page 27. The Metro - Brands of biscuit are saltier than nuggets page 19. Online. Mail Online- Hobnobs and luxury cookies are more salty than popcorn or chicken nuggets: The sweet treats fuelling a toxic daily overdose of salt. Daily Record Online - Health experts warn some chocolate biscuits may contain more salt than savoury cinema popcorn. Boots WebMD - Salty biscuits threat to childrens health. Active Quote - Biscuits contain more salt than chicken nuggets and popcorn. Medical Express - Research reveals high salt levels in biscuits. BBB News - Hobnobs and luxury cookies are more salty than popcorn or chicken nuggets: The sweet treats ...
This page is part of the UKs 1st online only newspaper. This site holds news reports from all over the Merseyside area and it part of a network of interlinked websites, covering the Merseyside area (Merseyside covers an area from Liverpool to Southport and St Helens to Holylake.
Web delivers new worry for parents: Digital drugs Id just like to say to everyone at Drugforums that this is a USA Today news story ... The national Newspaper. :laugh:...
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The recall of a defective or possibly harmful consumer product often is highly publicized in newspapers and on news broadcasts. This is especially true when a recall involves foods, drugs, cosmetics, medical devices, and other products regulated by FDA. Despite this publicity, FDAs role in recall activities is often misunderstood not only by consumers, but also by the news media, and occasionally even by the regulated industry. The following headlines, which appeared in two major daily newspapers, are good examples of that misunderstanding: "FDA Orders Peanut Butter Recall," and "FDA Orders 6,500 Cases of Red-Dyed Mints Recalled.". The headlines are wrong in indicating that the Agency can "order" these recalls. The Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act, (the law) does not generally authorize FDA to "order" a manufacturer to recall a food, cosmetic or supplement. The agency may request a product recall if the firm is not willing to remove dangerous products from the market without FDAs written ...
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In The late 1700s Europe was most informative due to their profusion of newspapers and the amount of newspapers they had read. As time crept up into the 1800s the United States had a larger use of newspapers even though the population difference was substantial. "In 1835 after travels in America, The English writer Richard Cobden pointed out that despite a larger population, the British Isles had only 369 newspapers, of which only 17 were daily, while the United States, according to an almanac for 1834, had 1,265 newspapers, of which 90 were daily" (Starr, P.86). In 1835 the United States was larger than Great Britain by two or three times in the sense of per capita circulation. On The other hand the rise of Post Offices as well fed the people with information and news. Before the Revolution, there was an estimated 67 offices or just about 4.5 per 100,000 inhabitants. The Rise of Post Offices and Newspapers had also opened up a way for employment handing out around 8,700 jobs for postmasters. ...
The first newspaper in Canada, the Quebec Gazette, was founded in 1764. It was in existence to within a year ago-the aged parent and acknowledged patriarch of the press of British America. The second was the Halifax Weekly Recorder, started in 1769, by one Anthony Henry, and edited by Capt. Buckley. It has long ceased to exist. Next in order is the Montreal Gazette, established by one Mesplets from Philadelphia, in 1778, and originally printed in French and English. It may be curious here to note, as illustrative of the mutations incident to time and circumstance, that this paper, chiefly known through the greater portion of its career for an unbending advocacy of Conservatism and Monarchy in their most pronounced phases, is indebted for its origin and birth to an American revolutionist, an American annexation movement, and, an American invasion of Canada. Mesplets, a practical printer, came into Montreal as an attache of a Deputation sent hither from the Philadelphia Congress directed to follow ...
Introduction. Poverty Project There are so many things weve seen or heard about poverty. We have heard stories, read about it in newspapers, and most of the time we have seen it on the television. We are all aware that there are thousands of people suffering from poverty; whether they are black, white an elderly person, or young innocent child. Although we are attentive towards the subject of poverty, we hardly ever do anything about it. The things we see on the news or read in the newspapers about people dieing because of poverty seem so unrealistic to our naive minds that we dont think to take a little time out of our day to actually try to help and perhaps make a difference in someones life. ...read more. Middle. 3. Renunciation made by a member of a religious order of the right to own property. The societys definition of being poor would be a homeless man with unreasonable dirty clothes, lack of education, living on the streets with a cup of some sort and asking for money from the people ...
Background: Like most low- and middle-income countries Bangladesh have no prevalence data on Child Maltreatment (CM) and lack a reporting system.. Objectives: The overall aims of the thesis were to generate knowledge on CM in the Bangladeshi society and to estimate the prevalence and associated risk factors.. Methods: The thesis is based on four studies. In Study I childrens experiences were explored and 24 school aged children were interviewed. Qualitative content analysis was used for data analysis. In Study II 790 newspaper articles on CM from six national daily newspapers were selected during three months in 2014. Data were analysed through descriptive content analysis. Studies III and IV were cross-sectional population surveys. The International Child Abuse Screening Tool for Children (ICAST-C) was translated for data collection. Face-to-face interviews were performed during March-April 2017 with 1,416 children aged 11-17 years. In Study III the prevalence and risk factors of child ...
AS A NEWSPAPER worker, I always find it disturbing when someone says, "I kind of support you guys, but Im against all that violence." My response is, "How do you feel about the violent attacks directed at the union members?" At this point I am usually greeted with a blank, uncomprehending stare.. Throughout the Detroit newspaper strike and subsequent lockout, the greatest success of the "News" and "Free Press" management has been its ability to prevent such information from reaching the public and to discredit it unjustly when it does. It is a task often simplified by a tendency among some people to dismiss accusations of criminal wrongdoing against the dailies as mere union rhetoric.. CEO Frank Vegas cavalier reply to charges that his company and its hired security guards have instigated much of the violence exploits these doubts. "Do you know how ludicrous that sounds?" he indignantly protests. "That is good old union propaganda" ("News", 16 November 1995).. But there have been arrests, ...
The paper version of the La Presse newspaper - a 130-year-old daily publication - will soon disappear from newsstands, said the managers of the newspapers parent holding company Power Corporation.
To social theorists predicting the collapse of newspapers, weve become more than an endangered species, were prime evidence of the fading way the public consumes information. Katter is vice president of news for Community Newspaper Holdings Inc. and a former president of the American Society of News Editors.
Navy Dispatch newspaper serves southern California with a weekly print newspaper for the military and also features an online version.
You know newspapers are shutting down or reducing the days they deliver papers to readers. This fact makes it obvious that you and your business are not going to get the same results you once did from advertising in the newspaper. | Social Mercor
As newspaper circulations decline globally, threatening the future of printed news, India continues to defy the trend, where despite an economic slowdown the industry grew more than 7 per cent last year. The FTs Jyotsna Singh reports from Calcutta on why newspapers in India are still going strong.
Under the direction of Peter Kravitz, the Wantagh Warrior newspaper received seven individual journalism awards during the annual Empire State School Press Association contest, held at Syracuse …
Hugh Pickens writes According to Alan D. Mutter, after a 50% drop in newspaper advertising since 2005, the old ways of running a newspaper can no longer succeed, so most publishers are faced with choosing the best possible strategy going-forward for their mature but declining businesses: farm it, f...
Former Minnesota Supreme Court Justice Paul Anderson will deliver the keynote speech Friday at the annual Freedom of Information Day event organized by the Minnesota Coalition on Government Information.. Anderson stepped down in May when he turned 70, the states mandatory retirement age. He said in an interview on Minnesota Public Radio: "Ive become much more protective of the liberties in the Constitution. I learned more that the courts are the last resort." The coalition will present to a newspaper publisher in northern Minnesota the John R. Finnegan Freedom of Information award for pursuing a lengthy court battle that disclosed a gap in state data-practices law. Marshall Helmberger, publisher of Timberjay Newspapers, received the award for mounting a legal challenge against the St. Louis County school district. The 2 1/2-year case revealed a gap in state law that allows government contractors to avoid providing information under the Minnesota Data Practices Act. The case reached the ...
Stigma associated with mental disorders represents one main obstacle to receive appropriate care for people with mental disorders. Compared to adults, university students have higher levels of stigmatizing attitudes toward patients with schizophrenia. The primary aim of this case-control study was to assess university students ability to identify stigma toward schizophrenia in Italian newspapers. Secondary aims were: a) to explore differences in stigmatizing attitudes among two different groups of university students (health professionals [HP] and nonhealth professionals [n-HP]) and b) to compare the attitudes of these two groups with those of a sample of expert psychiatrists. The electronic archives of two Italian newspapers were searched using the term "schizo" (as a word or part of it). One hundred seventy articles published between January and December 2011 were identified. Students from the HP group and expert psychiatrists had a higher ability to detect stigmatizing attitudes in ...
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