The Role of the Media in Public Health Crises: Perspectives from the UK and Europe
This chapter presents a series of case studies of the role of the media in public health crises. The case studies illustrate factors that drive media interest in public health stories. They show how they are told in newspapers and on radio and television. They also demonstrate that microbes attract the media because they have particular properties.
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