Dr Amanda Hinnant
University of Missouri
Professor, Communication & Media Studies
My co-authors include
Dr Berkley Hudson
Dr Berkley Hudson
How Journalists Characterize Health Inequalities and Redefine Solutions for Native Amer...
What Is the Story with Narratives? How Using Narratives in Journalism Changes Health Be...
Social Representation of Cyberbullying and Adolescent Suicide: A Mixed-Method Analysis ...
User comments on climate stories: impacts of anecdotal vs. scientific evidence
False Balance in Public Health Reporting? Michele Bachmann, the HPV Vaccine, and “Menta...
Individual and social determinants of obesity in strategic health messages: Interaction...
Stigmatizing Images in Obesity Health Campaign Messages and Healthy Behavioral Intentions
Health Education & Behavior
Health Journalist Role Conceptions
Health Literacy and Numeracy: A Comparison of Magazine Health Messages
Howard Journal of Communications
Climate Change in the Newsroom: Journalists' Evolving Standards of Objectivity When Cov...
JOURNALISTIC USE OF EXEMPLARS TO HUMANIZE HEALTH NEWS
Rhetorical visions of health: a fantasy-theme analysis of celebrity articles
Reporters' Gender Affects Views on Health Reporting
Newspaper Research Journal
Are Health Journalists' Practices Tied to Their Perceptions of Audience? An Attribution...
The Magazine Revolution, 1880–1920
What makes African American health disparities newsworthy? An experiment among journali...
Health Education Research
The Cancer on Your Coffee Table
Feminist Media Studies
Tacit Understandings of Health Literacy: Interview and Survey Research With Health Jour...
Health News Agenda Building: Journalists' Perceptions of the Role of Public Relations
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly
Understanding how health journalists judge public relations sources: A rules theory app...
Public Relations Review
Digital Inequality: Differences in Young Adults' Use of the Internet
Health and Medicine Journalism
Toward a Social Framework for Information Seeking