|Title:||Very good punter-speak. How journalists frame the news on public health|
|Abstract:||This is a monograph commissioned by NSW Health in 1995 to inform the "Smog Summit". It reports on interviews with 9 Sydney journalists. Each interview focused on five often inter-related issues: 1. News gathering routines and determinants of news selection including factors which motivate journalists to pursue a particular story 2. The components of a "good" news story 3. The characteristics of good and poor news sources in the health and medical fields 4. The relationship between health professionals and the media 5. The journalists' view about the newsworthiness of four newspaper articles concerning asthma and air pollution|
|Type of Work:||Working Paper|
|Type of Publication:||Pre-print|
|Appears in Collections:||Research Papers and Publications. Public Health|
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