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Wahl, S.; Grimm, M. (2016): How to Find an Alternative: A Typology of Cancer Patients’ Information Behavior with Regard to Complementary and Alternative Medicine. In: International Journal fo Communication and Health, (10), http://communicationandhealth.ro/upload/number10/STEFANIE-WAHL.pdf
Cancer patients frequently use media to search for information on Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM). Media coverage may influence their perception and decision making. Against the background of the framing concept, we analyze the portrayal of CAM in magazines that specifically address can...
"Audiovisual Framing in Health Communication: On the Representation of Complementary and Alternative Medicine in Television Broadcasts and its Reception by Cancer Patients", lecture by M. Grimm at the ICA Young Scholars Preconference "Communicating the Power of Visuals" on 9 June...
"Dealing with Stories of Medical Uncertainty: Audiovisual Narratives on Complementary and Alternative Medicine in the Context of Cancer", poster by M. Grimm at the ICA Young Scholars Preconference on Interventions in the Practice of Visual Communication Research on 25 May 2017 in San Diego...
"Audiovisual Narratives on Illness, Medicine, and Healing: Media Images and Stories on Complementary and Alternative Medicine in the Context of Cancer", lecture by M. Grimm at the ICA Young Scholars Preconference on the topic "The Visual Expression of Voice" on 24 May 2018 in Pra...
"Visual narratives on Illness, Healing, and Health: An Exploratory Study of Images in the Print Coverage of Complementary and Alternative Medicine in the Context of Cancer", lecture by M. Grimm at the 68th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association on 28 May 2018 in P...
"(Un)certainly Positive: The Portrayal of Complementary and Alternative Medicine in German Cancer Patient Magazines", lecture by M. Grimm, C. Lampert and S. Wahl at the ICA Conference on 28 May 2018 in Prague.
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