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Bioethics and Medical Ethics

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Taken To Extremes: Newspapers And Kevorkian’S Televised Euthanasia Incident, Arthur L. Caplan, Joseph Turow Jan 2004

Taken To Extremes: Newspapers And Kevorkian’S Televised Euthanasia Incident, Arthur L. Caplan, Joseph Turow

Departmental Papers (ASC)

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Medicine and the media exist in a unique symbiosis. Increasingly, health-care consumers turn to media sources—from news reports to Web sites to tv shows—for information about diseases, treatments, pharmacology, and important health issues. And just as the media scour the medical terrain for news stories and plot lines, those in the health-care industry use the media to publicize legitimate stories and advance particular agendas. The essays in Cultural Sutures delineate this deeply collaborative process by scrutinizing a broad range of interconnections between medicine and the media in print journalism, advertisements, fiction films, television shows, documentaries, and ...