[Air-l] overstated media inference from fine study

Kathy Mancuso kmancuso at gmail.com
Sun Jun 25 16:07:06 PDT 2006

Indeed! I actually just reposted it on my Behavioral Science & Health
Education class discussion board as an example of applying the Theory
of Social Support, Networks, and Coping (which is just what it sounds
like: public health theory is not rocket science . . . although I
don't know why rocket science should be so epistemologically
privileged, come to think of it) within the ICTs in health
communication context.

--kathy mancuso

> From: "Ericka Menchen Trevino" <emtrevino at gmail.com>
> Subject: Re: [Air-l] overstated media inference from fine study
> To: air-l at listserv.aoir.org
> Thanks for sharing this. I think it's a good example for an
> introductory course if you want to show the importance of academic
> sources and the difference between academic research and journalism.
> -Ericka Menchen Trevino
clipping barry's response for space:
> > Social Isolation Growing in U.S., Study Says
> > The Number of People Who Say They Have No One to Confide In Has Risen

. . . connection in an isolating age . . .
Katherine Mancuso, graduate student, Emory University

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