Public communication campaigns / editors, Ronald E. Rice, Charles K. Atkin.
Contributor(s): Rice, Ronald E | Atkin, Charles K.Material type: BookCall no.: HN90.M3 R38 2013Publication: Thousand Oaks, Calif. : SAGE, c2013Edition: 4th ed.Description: xiii, 376 p. : ill.ISBN: 9781412987707 (pbk.); 1412987709 (pbk.).Subject(s): Mass media -- Social aspects -- United States | Publicity | Public relations | Advocacy advertising | Advertising, Public service
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Overview and history. Theory and principles of public communication campaigns / Charles K. Atkin, Ronald E. Rice -- Public communication campaigns : the American experience / William Paisley, Charles K. Atkin -- Why can’t we sell human rights like we sell soap? / Robert C. Hornik -- Design and evaluation. Guidelines for formative evaluation research in campaign design / Charles K. Atkin. Vicki Freimuth -- Systems based evaluation planning model for health communication campaigns in developing countries / Ronald E. Rice, Dennis Foote -- Evaluating communication campaigns / Thomas V. Valente, Patchareeya P. Kwan -- Communication campaign effectiveness and effects : some critical distinctions / Charles T. Salmon, Lisa Murray-Johnson -- How effective are mediated health campaigns? A synthesis of meta analyses / Leslie B. Snyder, Jessica M. LaCroix -- Theory foundations. McGuire’s classic input output framework for constructing persuasive messages / William J. McGuire -- Sense making methodology as an approach to understanding and designing for campaign audiences : a turn to communicating communicatively / Brenda Dervin, Lois Foreman-Wernet -- Inducing fear as a public communication strategy / Marco C. Yzer, Brian G. Southwell, Michael T. Stephenson -- Truth in advertising : social norms marketing campaigns to reduce college student drinking / William Dejong, Sandi W. Smith -- Applying theory and evaluation. Go Sun Smart campaign : achieving individual and organizational change for occupational sun protection / David B. Buller ... [et.al] -- Mass media campaign to increase condom use among high sensation seeking and impulsive decision making young adults / Philip C. Palmgreen, Seth M. Noar, Rick S. Zimmerman -- Public communication campaigns to promote organ donation : theory, design, and implementation / Susan E. Morgan -- Transdisciplinary approaches for twenty first century ocean sustainability communication / Ronald E. Rice, Julie A. Robinson -- Sociocognitive approaches for AIDS prevention : explicating the role of risk perceptions and efficacy beliefs in Malawi / Rajiv M. Rimal, Rupali Limaye -- Corporate social responsibility campaigns : what do they tell us about organization public relationships? / Maureen Taylor -- Designing digital games, social media, and mobile technologies to motivate and support health behavior change / Debra A. Lieberman -- Community partnership strategies in health campaigns / Neil Bracht, Ronald E. Rice -- Closing the gaps in practice and in theory : evaluation of the scrutinize HIV campaign in South Africa / D. Lawrence Kincaid ... [et.al] -- Rising tide of entertainment education in communication campaigns / Arvind Singhal, Hua Wang, Everett M. Rogers -- Putting policy into health communication : the role of media advocacy / Lori Dorfman, Lawrence Wallack.
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