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Government and media response to disaster gwestmoreland
Government and media response to disaster gwestmoreland
Government and media response to disaster gwestmoreland
Government and media response to disaster gwestmoreland
Government and media response to disaster gwestmoreland
Government and media response to disaster gwestmoreland
Government and media response to disaster gwestmoreland
Government and media response to disaster gwestmoreland
Government and media response to disaster gwestmoreland
Government and media response to disaster gwestmoreland
Government and media response to disaster gwestmoreland
Government and media response to disaster gwestmoreland
Government and media response to disaster gwestmoreland
Government and media response to disaster gwestmoreland
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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.  

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