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Williams, Andrew James; Gajevic, Slavko; Lewis, Justin Matthew Wren; Kitzinger, Jenny
Publisher: Cardiff University
Languages: English
Types: Book
Subjects: P1, H1
This report examines the media debates around animal- human admixed embryos as a struggle for favourable coverage between different groups of news sources. The newspaper reporting of hybrid embryos offers insight into an often bitterly fought war of words between two broad interest groups: a large and powerful coalition of scientists, funding bodies, charities and pro-hybrid politicians on the one hand; and on the other, a less cohesive group of religious figures (principally Catholics), ethicists, campaigners, and anti-hybrid embryo politicians. This study also offers insights into the quiet tactical work of media management that usually underpins such struggles.
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    • 1. Overview.......................................................................................................................11 1.1 The sample ...............................................................................................................11 1.2 The media timeline...................................................................................................11 1.3 How prominent were pieces about hybrid embryos?...............................................14 1.4 Who wrote about hybrid embryo research? .............................................................15 1.5 Which newspapers covered the hybrid embryo debate? ..........................................17 1.6 What news events provided the “hook” for coverage of the debate? ......................18
    • 2. The Source Struggle .....................................................................................................21 2.1 How many pro- and anti- sources were quoted in the coverage? ............................21 2.2 How did the source struggle develop over time? .....................................................22 2.3 Whichsource groups were cited most on either side of the debate? .......................23 2.4 How did the source struggle play out in different newspapers? ..............................23 2.5 How did different kinds of reporters quote sources? ...............................................24 2.6 Party politics and the source struggle ......................................................................25
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