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  • 1. OR… LISTEN TO THE RADIO, GET ON FACEBOOK, SEARCH THE INTERNET, ETC???
  • 2. ýþ
  • 3. AND STRECH IT TO TAKE MAKE IT THIS:SOMETHINGLIKE THIS:
  • 4. THINK ABOUT HOW WHAT SAYS EFFECTS HOW YOU REACT… AND EVERYONE ELSE AROUND YOU
  • 5. FOREXAMPLE!
  • 6. In the article “People killing people on the news”: Young childrensdescriptions of frightening television news content. A survey was taken on 6 thgraders and the effect watchingthe news had on their everyday life. A qualitative analysis suggests that these children had vividmemories of the disturbing news contenteach one of them witnessed.
  • 7. The article: “Delivering the scary news: Newspaper sourcing in a bioterrorism crisis.” focuses on:The risk of communication factors in newssourcing, again portraying the negatives of the media’s reaction disaster. This article gives a specific example referencing back to the 2001 Anthrax terrorist attack. These stories possessed a sense ofexaggerating, thus causing a more negative reaction by the public.
  • 8. THISNEGATIVE EFFECT HAPPENS WITH MOST CASES!
  • 9. THE NEGATIVITY AND EXAGGERATIONCOMING FROM GOVERNMENT AND MEDIA’SREACTION TO DISASTER EFFECTS US ALL!
  • 10. •  PHOTO  CREDIT  FROM  FLICKER   h0p://www.flickr.com/photos/plmccordj/5756470902/    •  h0p://www.flickr.com/photos/pfv/2854512346/    •  h0p://www.flickr.com/photos/grantneufeld/9253715/      •  h0p://www.flickr.com/photos/zandwacht/5158808851/    •  h0p://www.flickr.com/photos/opTkalblitz/2899219879/      •  h0p://www.flickr.com/photos/daecks/210711666/      •  h0p://www.flickr.com/photos/aksphotography/367363319/      •  h0p://www.flickr.com/photos/34586698@N00/162922911/      •  h0p://www.flickr.com/photos/Tzz66/3843682647/      •  h0p://www.flickr.com/photos/digitalsadhu/4955745820/      •  h0p://www.flickr.com/photos/shawno/3807040156/  •  h0p://www.flickr.com/photos/scaar/4268928408/  Example  on  slide  6  fron:    •  Riddle,  K.,  Cantor,  J.,  Byrne,  S.,  &  Moyer-­‐Gusé,  E.  (2012).  “People  killing  people  on  the  news”:  Young  childrens  descripTons  of    frightening  television  news  content.  Communica)on  Quarterly,  60(2),  278-­‐294.  doi:10.1080/01463373.2012.669340    •  Example  on  slide  123  from:  •  Swain,  K.  (2012).  Delivering  the  scary  news:  Newspaper  sourcing  in  a  bioterrorism  crisis.  Online  Journal  Of  Communica)on  &  Media    Technologies,  2(2),  29-­‐56.