The changing business of journalism and its implications for democracy
|Abstract||The business of journalism is widely held to be in a terminal crisis today, in particular because the rise of the internet has drained audience attention and advertising revenue away from existing media platforms. This book, the first systematic international overview of how the news industry is dealing with current changes, counters such simplistic predictions of the supposedly technologically-determined death of the news industry. It offers ins ... [truncated at 450 characters in length]|
|Creator||David A. L. Levy; Rasmus Kleis Nielsen; Alice Antheaume; et al|
|Key phrase||Comparative media research newspapers television new media business of journalism news organisations global media|
"Psychosomatic": a systematic review of its meaning in newspaper articles.
|Abstract||In this study, the authors describe the meaning of the word "psychosomatic" in U.S. and U.K. newspaper articles using a systematic text word search and a consensus rating of the contextual meaning of all articles published in 14 U.S. and U.K. newspapers between 1996 and 2002. The survey was limited to broadsheet newspapers. "Psychosomatic" had a pejorative meaning, such as "imaginary" or "made up," in 74 of 215 (34%) of the articles in which the ... [truncated at 450 characters in length]|
|Author||Stone, J; Colyer, M; Feltbower, S; et al|
|Key phrase||Association Great Britain Humans Newspapers Psychophysiologic Disorders Psychosomatic Medicine Terminology as Topic United States|
Whose interest? British newspaper reporting of use of medical records for research.
|Abstract||There is increasing debate about the ethics of using medical records for research. We aimed to characterize newspaper reporting in this area.|
|Author||Brown, L; Parker, M; Dixon-Woods, M;|
|Key phrase||Bibliometrics Biomedical Research Confidentiality Databases, Bibliographic Great Britain Humans Mass Media Medical Records Newspapers Publishing|
The influence of media reporting of a celebrity suicide on suicidal behavior in patients with a history of depressive disorder.
|Abstract||Few studies have directly assessed the impact of a specific media report in vulnerable people. This study investigates possible influences of media reporting of a celebrity suicide on subsequent suicidal behaviors and associated risk factors among depressive patients.|
|Author||Cheng, AT; Hawton, K; Chen, TH; et al|
|Key phrase||Adult Depressive Disorder Famous Persons Female Humans Imitative Behavior Male Middle Aged Newspapers Personality Assessment Probability Risk Factors Suicide Suicide, Attempted Taiwan Television|
Is there a better structure for news providers?
|Abstract||Economic turmoil in the news industry and opportunities to use digital media to improve coverage of specific national and global topics, engage in specialised reporting techniques and improve local and hyper-local coverage have led many observers to suggest alternative ownership structures for established and start-up news organisations. Charitable ownership structures and trust arrangements are frequently advocated. Although interest in such org ... [truncated at 450 characters in length]|
|Creator||David A. L. Levy ; Robert G. Picard; Leonard Berkowitz; et al|
|Key phrase||news newspapers ownership trusts charities public policy|