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410.667.11 MASS MEDIA FOR PUBLIC HEALTH BENEFIT: THE EXAMPLE OF ANTI-SMOKING CAMPAIGNS

Discontinued

Department:
Health Behavior and Society
Term:
Summer Inst. term
Credits:
1 credit
Academic Year:
2013 - 2014
Location:
East Baltimore
Dates:
Thu 06/06/2013 - Fri 06/07/2013
Class Times:
  • Th F,  8:30 - 11:50am

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Auditors Allowed:
Yes, with instructor consent
Grading Restriction:
Letter Grade or Pass/Fail
Contact:
Amanda Richardson
Course Instructor:
Description:

Introduces the principles of social marketing and how public health mass media campaigns can be effectively used to promote changes in attitudes, beliefs and behaviors within a population of interest. Addresses the process by which media campaigns are developed and implemented, including formative research and collaborative work with advertising and other media agencies to develop, frame and place the message in appropriate channels to reach the target audience. Emphasizes the importance of evaluating campaigns in order to inform future campaigns, further our understanding of effective health communications, and aid in other public health efforts. Case examples focus on anti-smoking campaigns, including the truth® smoking prevention and EX smoking cessation campaigns.

Methods of Assessment:

Class participation, paper

Instructor Consent:

No consent required