eBook Encyclopedia of Health Communication, 1st Edition

  • Teresa L. Thompson
  • Published By: SAGE
  • ISBN-10: 1483346412
  • ISBN-13: 9781483346410
  • DDC: 610.696
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 1680 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2014 | Published/Released August 2014
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2014
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About

Overview

From the dynamics of interpersonal communication between health professionals and clients to global command-and-control during public health emergencies that cross international borders, the field of health communication bridges many disciplines and involves efforts from the micro to the macro. It involves navigating personal, cultural, and political complexities and an ability to distill complex technical science into quickly and easily understood terms for ready distribution by the mass media--or to an individual patient or to the parent of an ailing child. Despite an abundance of textbooks, specialized monographs, and academic handbooks, this is the first encyclopedic reference work in this area, covering the breadth of theory and research on health communication, as well as their practical application.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents.
List of Articles.
Reader's Guide.
About the Editor.
List of Contributors.
Introduction.
Chronology.
1: Abuse: Child and Spousal.
2: Acculturation.
3: Action Tendency Emotions.
4: Acupuncture.
5: Acute Versus Preventive Care.
6: Adolescent Substance Abuse Prevention.
7: Adult Children of Alcoholics.
8: Advance Directives.
9: Advanced Aging Communities.
10: Advertising: Dietary Supplements.
11: Advertising: Food.
12: Advertising: Over-the-Counter Drugs.
13: Advertising: Prescription Drugs.
14: Advertising, Governmental Regulation of.
15: Advertising Unhealthy Foods to Children.
16: Advocacy.
17: Affection Exchange Theory.
18: Affordable Care Act.
19: Ageism.
20: Agenda Setting.
21: Age-Related Hearing Loss.
22: Aging.
23: Alcohol and Health Decision Making.
24: Alternative and Complementary Medicine.
25: Alzheimer's Disease.
26: American Medical Association.
27: Amputation.
28: Amputee Wannabes.
29: Anger Appeals.
30: Antisocial Behaviors: Bullying and Cyberbullying.
31: Anxiety.
32: Attribution Theory and Attribution Error.
33: Audiences, Reaching.
34: Awareness and Instruction Strategies.
35: Ayurveda, Yoga, and Meditation.
36: Bad News, Communicating.
37: Bangladesh.
38: Bereavement.
39: Big Data.
40: Biological Citizenship.
41: Biomedical and Health Informatics.
42: Biopower and Biopolitics.
43: Biopreparedness and Biosecurity.
44: Bioterrorism.
45: Birth Control and Contraception.
46: Body Images and Portrayals.
47: Body Implants, Medical.
48: Bolivia.
49: Brazil.
50: Breast Cancer.
51: Breastfeeding.
52: Bundled Interventions.
53: Campaign Effects Versus Effectiveness.
54: Cancer: Risk Communication.
55: Cancer Survivorship.
56: Care Model and Productive Interaction.
57: Celebrity Cancer Announcements.
58: Celebrity Endorsements.
59: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, U.S..
60: Change Agency.
61: Change Approaches, Transtheoretical and Stages of.
62: Channels and Formats.
63: Childbirth.
64: Childhood Injury Prevention.
65: Children, Health Communication with.
66: China.
67: Chronic Diseases.
68: Circumcision, Male.
69: Climate Change.
70: Clinical Trial Participation.
71: Coding Health Interaction.
72: Collaborative Decision Making.
73: Collaborative Decision Making: Shared Mind.
74: Collaborative Decision Making, Uncertainty in.
75: Collective Efficacy.
76: Communication, Basic Concepts of.
77: Communication Accommodation Theory.
78: Communication Complex.
79: Communication for Behavioral Impact.
80: Communication Interventions.
81: Communication Networks.
82: Communication Privacy Management Theory.
83: Communication Skills Training: Patients.
84: Communication Skills Training and Assessment: Providers.
85: Communication Theory of Identity.
86: Community Initiatives, Comprehensive.
87: Community Mobilization.
88: Community Organizing as a Research Approach.
89: Community Participation.
90: Community Resilience.
91: Community-Based Participatory Research.
92: Compassion.
93: Computer Kiosks, Free-Standing.
94: Computer-Tailored Interventions.
95: Conflict and Negative Health Effects.
96: Conflict Management: Health Professionals.
97: Content Analysis.
98: Contested Illnesses.
99: Contraception.
100: Control Theory.
101: Conversation Analysis.
102: Coping.
103: Crisis Communication.
104: Critical Approaches.
105: Cross-Generational Health Communication.
106: Cultivation Theory.
107: Cultural Differences.
108: Cultural Sensitivity.
109: Cultural Variance Model.
110: Culture-Centered Approaches.
111: Customization as Tailoring 2.0.
112: Cyberchondria.
113: Data Mining.
114: Death and Dying.
115: Decision Making.
116: Defensive Reactions: Health Messages.
117: Dependent Variables Derived from Critical Health Outcomes.
118: Depression.
119: Developing Countries, Campaigns in.
120: Developmental Health.
121: Diabetes.
122: Dialectical Behavioral Therapy.
123: Difficult Patients.
124: Diffusion of Innovations Model.
125: Digital Divide.
126: Digital Media.
127: Digital Personal Health Records.
128: Disabilities and Family Relationships.
129: Disability.
130: Disaster Relief.
131: Disclaimers, Interpretation and Effects of.
132: Disclosure: Family Health History.
133: Disclosure: Medical Errors.
134: Disclosure: Providers and Patients.
135: Discourse and Health.
136: Disease Prevention.
137: Disenfranchised Populations.
138: Dissemination.
139: Distance Caregiving.
140: Doctor–Patient Communication.
141: Double ABC-X Model of Family Stress and Coping.
142: Drug and Alcohol Abuse Minimization.
143: Dual-Processing Models.
144: Eating Disorders.
145: Ecological Perspectives.
146: Egypt.
147: E-Health: Defined.
148: Emergency Health Communication.
149: Emergency Preparedness and Response.
150: Emergency Rooms.
151: Emotion and Information Seeking.
152: Emotion Appraisals Regarding Risk.
153: Emotions and the Medical Care Process.
154: Encoded Exposure and Aided Versus Unaided Awareness.
155: Enhancement.
156: Entertainment–Education.
157: Entertainment–Education: European Approach.
158: Entertainment–Education: Hollywood and Public Relations Approach.
159: Entertainment–Education: Role of Involvement.
160: Environmental Health.
161: Environmental Health, Research in.
162: Ethic of Care.
163: Ethics: Campaigns.
164: Ethics: Health Communication Strategies.
165: Ethics: New Technologies.
166: Ethics: Overall.
167: Ethics: Provider–Patient Interaction.
168: Ethnic Diversity in Health Care Settings.
169: Ethnography.
170: Ethnomethodology.
171: Europe.
172: Evaluation: Mixed Methods.
173: Evaluation: Qualitative Methods.
174: Evaluation: Quantitative Methods.
175: Evaluation, Statistical Challenges in.
176: Everyday Health Communication.
177: Everyday Health Communication, Social Influence of.
178: Evidence: Role in Campaigns.
179: Exercise.
180: Explaining Illness.
181: Explaining Illness, Need for.
182: Expressive Writing and Health.
183: Face and Politeness.
184: Familial Roles in Health Communication.
185: Families, Communication with.
186: Family: Relationship to Health.
187: Family Caregiving.
188: Family Communication and End of Life.
189: Family Meeting.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
1: Gambling Addiction.
2: Gaming.
3: Gender.
4: Generative Tensions in Health Communication Theory.
5: Genetically Modified Organisms, Media Coverage of.
6: Genetics.
7: Geographic Information Systems Technology.
8: Ghana.
9: Globalization Theory.
10: Grief and Loss.
11: Grounded Theory.
12: Harm Reduction Theory.
13: Health Activism and Public Health.
14: Health Belief Model.
15: Health Blogging.
16: Health Campaigns.
17: Health Campaigns, Assessment of.
18: Health Care, Discrimination or Bias in.
19: Health Care Environment.
20: Health Care Teams.
21: Health Citizenship.
22: Health Communication, History of.
23: Health Communication, Unintended Effects of.
24: Health Communication Curricula.
25: Health Disparities: Clinical Interactions.
26: Health Disparities: Communal Level.
27: Health Disparities: Media.
28: Health Disparities: Overall.
29: Health Disparities, Personal Influences on.
30: Health Disparities, Relational Influences on.
31: Health Disparities, Solutions for.
32: Health Education.
33: Health Information Channels.
34: Health Information-Seeking Behavior, Psychosocial Determinants of.
35: Health Information-Seeking Behavior, Social Determinants of.
36: Health Journalism.
37: Health Literacy: Integrating into Health Care Systems.
38: Health Literacy, Consequences of.
39: Health Literacy, Improving.
40: Health Literacy, Measurement of.
41: Health Literacy, Model of.
42: Health Literacy, Online.
43: Health Literacy and Numeracy.
44: Health Locus of Control.
45: Health Policy.
46: Health Promotion.
47: Health Transition and Family Communication.
48: Healthy People Initiative.
49: Heart Health.
50: HIV Test Counseling.
51: HIV/AIDS: Condom Use and Meanings.
52: HIV/AIDS: Disclosure Dilemmas.
53: HIV/AIDS: Language, Metaphors, and Social Construction.
54: HIV/AIDS: Mother-to-Child Transmission.
55: HIV/AIDS: Overview.
56: HIV/AIDS: Social Determinants of Disparities.
57: HIV/AIDS Prevention.
58: HIV/AIDS Test, Meanings of.
59: HIV/AIDS Treatment.
60: Hofstede's Dimensions of Culture.
61: Holistic Medicine.
62: Hospice.
63: Hospital Governance Culture.
64: Human Papillomavirus.
65: Human Rights.
66: Humor.
67: Identification.
68: Ideological Hegemony.
69: Illness Identity.
70: Immigrant Families.
71: Immigrant Populations.
72: Immunizations.
73: Incentive Appeals.
74: Inconsistent Nurturing as Control Theory.
75: India.
76: Indonesia.
77: Influential Source Messengers.
78: Influenza A Virus Subtype H1N1.
79: Information Nonseeking.
80: Information Seeking.
81: Information Sharing.
82: Informed Consent.
83: Inoculation Effects.
84: Institutional Processes and Competing Agendas.
85: Integrated Marketing Mix.
86: Integrative Medicine.
87: Interactional Context and Intervention.
88: Intercultural Health Communication.
89: Interdisciplinary Health Services Research.
90: Internet: Information Acquisition.
91: Internet Addiction.
92: Interpersonal Communication and Mass Media Health Campaigns.
93: Interpersonal Communication Skills.
94: Interpreters and Language.
95: Intervention Evaluation Methodology Technologies, New.
96: Interviewing in the Health Care Context.
97: Invisible Disabilities.
98: Iran.
99: Islamic Healing.
100: Japan.
101: Language and Negation Bias: Doctor–Patient Interaction.
102: Language Brokering.
103: LGBT Issues.
104: Lifespan, Communication Across the.
105: Listening in Health Care Interactions.
106: Logic Models and Program Evaluation.
107: Loose Versus Tight Coupling.
108: Malaria and Mosquito Nets.
109: Malawi.
110: Malpractice Litigation.
111: Mammography.
112: Marginalized Populations.
113: Mass Media.
114: Measurement: Message Quality.
115: Measurement Problems.
116: Media: Quality of Health Information.
117: Media and Health, Critical Analysis of.
118: Media Complementarity Theory.
119: Media Content: Magazines.
120: Media Content: Newspapers.
121: Media Content: Other Print.
122: Media Content: Televised Entertainment.
123: Media Content: Televised News.
124: Media Content, Impact of.
125: Media Depictions: Disability.
126: Media Depictions: Medical Workers.
127: Media Depictions: Mental Illnesses.
128: Media Literacy.
129: Mediated Health Campaigns.
130: Medical Outcomes.
131: Medical Records, Electronic.
132: Medical Regimens, Adherence to.
133: Medicalization.
134: Medicine as Business, Evolution of.
135: Memorable Messages.
136: Mental Health.
137: Message Design.
138: Message Sensation Value.
139: Message Sidedness.
140: Message Tailoring.
141: Meta-Analysis.
142: Metaphor.
143: Metatheory.
144: Mexico.
145: Middle East.
146: Military Health.
147: Military Sexual Assault.
148: Mobile Health.
149: Modeling Development and Testing.
150: Moderating Variables and Audience Effects: Violence.
151: Mother–Daughter Dyad Communication.
152: Motivational Interviewing.
153: Multicultural Campaigns.
154: Multilevel Interventions.
155: Multilevel Modeling.
156: Music in Health Behavior: Change Campaigns and Interventions.
157: Narrative Engagement Theory.
158: Narrative Medicine.
159: Narratives: Health Campaigns.
160: Narratives: Overall.
161: Narratives: Social Marketing.
162: Narratives and Barrier Reduction.
163: National Action Plan to Improve Health Literacy.
164: National Cancer Institute.
165: National Institutes of Health.
166: National Library of Medicine.
167: National Medical Association.
168: Nature, Environment, and Sustainability.
169: Negotiated Morality Theory.
170: Nepal.
171: Neurorhetoric.
172: Newborn Care.
173: Nigeria.
174: Nonverbal Communication in Health Care Settings.
175: Numeracy.
176: Nursing.
177: Nursing Homes, Staff Communication in.
178: Nutrition and Diet.
179: Obesity: Overview.
180: Obesity and Mass Media.
181: Olson's Circumplex Model of Marital and Family Systems.
182: Online Focus Groups.
183: Online Health Information Credibility.
184: Online Health Information Exchange and Privacy.
185: Online Health Information Seeking.
186: Online Health Information Sharing.
187: Online Support Groups.
188: Online Support Groups, Advantages and Disadvantages of.
189: Open Dialogue Approach.
190: Opinion Leaders.
191: Optimistic Bias.
192: Oral Health and Dentistry.
193: Organ Donation.
194: Organizational and Public Policy Barriers.
195: Organization–Public Relations Theory.
196: Organizations and Health.
197: O-S-O-R Model.
198: Osteopathy.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
1: Palliative Care.
2: Pandemics.
3: Pathways to Change Tool.
4: Pathways to Health Outcomes.
5: Patient Activation.
6: Patient and Relationship-Centered Communication and Medicine.
7: Patient Education: Hospital Discharge and Readmission.
8: Patient Empowerment.
9: Patient Navigators and Family Advisors.
10: Patient Privacy.
11: Patient Safety.
12: Patients' Significant Others: Communication with Health Care Providers.
13: Pediatric Hospice Care.
14: Perceived Effectiveness.
15: Perceived Threat.
16: Personalized Medicine.
17: Persuasive Technologies for Health.
18: Pharmaceutical Industry: Public Scrutiny and Activism.
19: Pharmacists.
20: Phenomenology.
21: Philippines.
22: Photovoice.
23: Physical Activity and Weight.
24: Placebo Effects.
25: Politics and Political Complexities.
26: Pornography, Health Consequences of.
27: Postcolonial Studies of Health.
28: Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.
29: Pregnancy.
30: Premises of Health Communication.
31: Prenatal Health Promotion.
32: Prescribing Medications.
33: Priming in Health Campaign Messages.
34: Problematic Integration Theory.
35: Problem-Based Learning.
36: Program Strategies: Campaigns.
37: Prostate Cancer.
38: Psychological Reactance.
39: Psychometric Theory and Reliability/Validity of Measures.
40: Public Engagement: Science Policy.
41: Public Health and Academic Partnerships.
42: Public Health Communication.
43: Public Health Communication, Evolution of.
44: Public Health Intervention: Multicultural Communities.
45: Public Relations and Health Care Organizations.
46: Public Relations and Health Journalism.
47: Public Relations and Health Promotion.
48: Public Relations and Social Media.
49: Public Service Announcements.
50: Public Understanding: Research.
51: Public Understanding: Science.
52: PubMed.
53: Quality of Life as a Health Outcome.
54: Readiness Assessments.
55: Realism.
56: Reconceptualized Health Belief Model.
57: Relational Dialectics Theory.
58: Relational Health Communication Competence Model.
59: Religion and Spirituality.
60: Reproductive Technologies, New.
61: Resilience.
62: Rhetoric: Death with Dignity.
63: Rhetoric: Flu Vaccine.
64: Rhetoric: Health and Medicine.
65: Risk Communication.
66: Risk Communication: Food Safety.
67: Risk Communication: Instructional Principles.
68: Risk Communication: Social Construction Perspective.
69: Risk Information Seeking and Processing Model.
70: Risk Perception Attitude Framework.
71: Risk Perceptions.
72: Risk Society.
73: Risk-Taking Behavior.
74: Role Stress: Overall.
75: Rural Health Communication.
76: Russia.
77: Safer Sex.
78: Sampling.
79: Satisfaction.
80: School Health.
81: Science Communication.
82: Science Literacy.
83: Scientific Complexity, Communication of.
84: Secondary Data Analysis.
85: Segmentation: Health Campaigns.
86: Segmentation: Public Relations.
87: Self-Determination Theory.
88: Self-Efficacy.
89: Senegal.
90: Sensation-Seeking Targeting.
91: Setting Objectives: Health Communication and Intervention.
92: Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome.
93: Sex Education.
94: Sex Workers.
95: Sexual Assault.
96: Sexual Health.
97: Sexually Transmitted Disease Prevention.
98: Situational Theory and Communication Behaviors.
99: Skin Cancer and Sun Safety.
100: Skin Cancer and Tanning.
101: Slow-Motion Technological Disaster, Responses to.
102: Smoking.
103: Social Action, Types of.
104: Social Aggregates.
105: Social Capital.
106: Social Cognitive Theory.
107: Social Comparison Theory.
108: Social Construction: Disability.
109: Social Construction: Reality.
110: Social Determinants of Health.
111: Social Identity.
112: Social Judgment Theory.
113: Social Marketing.
114: Social Marketing: Community Change Perspective.
115: Social Media.
116: Social Networks: Overall.
117: Social Networks, Measurement of.
118: Social Norms.
119: Social Support: Relationship to Health.
120: Social Support, Types of.
121: Social Support and Cardiovascular Health.
122: Social Support and Support Groups.
123: Social Support Interventions.
124: Societal Risk Reduction Motivation Model.
125: Sociometric Social Networks.
126: South Africa.
127: South Korea.
128: Stigma Reduction.
129: Stigmatization.
130: Stigmatization: Courtesy Stigma.
131: Stigmatization: Labels, Marks, and Peril.
132: Stigmatization, Consequences of.
133: Stigmatization, Coping with.
134: Stress and Burnout: Emotional Labor.
135: Stress and Burnout: Home–Work Conflict.
136: Stress and Burnout: Overall.
137: Structural Violence and Health.
138: Structure-Centered Approach.
139: Sub-Saharan Africa.
140: Suicide.
141: Support Providers and Persons with Disabilities, Decision Making Between.
142: Supportive Listening.
143: Surrogate Decision Makers.
144: Systems Theory.
145: Technology: Impact on Physician–Patient Dialogue.
146: Technology and Health Outcomes.
147: Teen Pregnancy.
148: Telemedicine.
149: Television.
150: Terminality.
151: Thailand.
152: Theoretical Frameworks, Communication Technology.
153: Theory of Motivated Information Management.
154: Theory of Normative Social Behavior.
155: Theory of Planned Behavior.
156: Theory of Reasoned Action.
157: Three Community and Five Cities Projects.
158: Tobacco.
159: Traditions of Health Communication Theory.
160: Trait Approaches.
161: Transitions, Health Effects, and Support.
162: Translational Research.
163: Traumatic Brain Injury.
164: Tuberculosis.
165: Turkey.
166: Twitter and Public Health.
167: Uganda.
168: Uncertainty Management Theory.
169: UNICEF.
170: United Kingdom.
171: United States.
172: University–Community Relationships.
173: Uses and Gratifications Theory.
174: Vaccinations.
175: Virtual Reality Environments.
176: Visual Information.
177: Warning Labels: Alcohol.
178: Warning Labels: Cigarettes.
179: Warning Labels: Overview.
180: Warning Labels: Prescription Drugs.
181: Weak Tie/Strong Tie Network Support.
182: Web-Based Delivery.
183: Weick's Model of Organizing.
184: Women's Health.
185: Work Site Safety.
186: Working Well.
187: World Health Organization.
188: Zimbabwe.
Glossary.
Resource Guide.
Health Communication Posters.
Index.
Photo Credits.