Social Policy, the Media, and Misrepresentation

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Index

a
Aberdeen Press and Journal, paedophiles 209 , 210
abuse, children in care 40
accountability, in health service 127-29
ACOP see Association of Chief Officers of Probation
Action on Aftercare 255
Adams, D. 211
Adams, R. 158
advertising: government policy making 20-3 , 35-36,
see also news management
Agenda for the 1990s, Disability Manifesto group 226
Agenda, computer system 28
agony column, education 165
AIDS 69-83 ;
classed as disability 232 ;
health education campaigns 21 ;
reporting of 124
AIDS Committee 76
AIDS Week 76
Aldridge, Meryl 2 , 208 ;
Guardian leader line on Rochdale abuse case 41 ;
references to works of 90 , 91 , 93 , 95 , 96 , 97 , 98 , 101 ;
social work and the press 11 , 89-103
All Party Disablement Group 227
allegiances, changing of newspapers' 7-8
Americans with Disabilities Act 224 , 229 , 232
Anderson, A. 55
Anderson, Digby 20 , 183
animals, media coverage of charities 57
Appleby, L. 136
Archers, The, as public information service 18
Ashdown, Paddy 111
Assisted Places Scheme 168
Association of Chief Officers of Probation (ACOP) 97 , 211
asylum seekers, and homelessness 113
Attlee government, expenditure on advertising 20
Audit Commission, joint review with Social Services Inspectorate 43-44

b
Babymother246-47
'babymothers' 248
'back to basics', and the Bulger case 193-94 , 197-98
Bailey, Ron 106 , 107
Baird, R. 22 , 53
Baker, Kenneth 18
Ball, S.J. 159 , 163 , 167
Barak, G. 174
Baranek, J.B. (with R. Ericson) 55 , 62
Baranek, P. (with R. Ericson) 77 , 174 , 181
Barnes, C. 225 , 226 ;
Disability Discrimination Act 231
Barnes, Harry 231
Bartholomew, H.G. 151
Bassett, Philip 28
Bayley, S. 19
BBC: AIDS 76 , 79 , 82 ;
Cathy ComeHome104 ;
Disability Programme Unit 232 ;
editorial compliance 31 ;
mental illness 137 ;
Panorama's'babies-on-benefit' 247-48 ;
social security 151 ;
Video Diaries116
BCODP see British Council of Organisations of Disabled People
Beaulieu-Hancock, M., reporting of AIDS 71
Beck, Frank, sexual abuse in local authority homes 95-96 , 101

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Figures and Tables vii
  • Introduction 1
  • References 13
  • Part 1 - Producing Social Policy News 15
  • Chapter 1 - Soft-Soaping the Public? 17
  • References 36
  • Chapter 2 - Media Coverage of Social Policy 39
  • Chapter 3 - Charitable Images 51
  • Chapter 4 - Dying of Ignorance? 69
  • References 84
  • Part 2 - The Media Reporting of Social Policy 87
  • Chapter 5 - Poor Relations 89
  • Notes 102
  • Chapter 6 - Home Truths 104
  • Chapter 7 - The Picture of Health? 118
  • References 133
  • Chapter 8 - Media and Mental Health 135
  • Note 144
  • Chapter 9 - Thinking the Unthinkable 146
  • Note 156
  • Chapter 10 - Are You Paying Attention? 157
  • References 172
  • Chapter 11 - Exorcising Demons 174
  • Part 3 - The Media Reporting of Social Policy 191
  • Chapter 12 - Bulger, 'Back to Basics' and the Rediscovery of Community 193
  • References 205
  • Chapter 13 - The Ultimate Neighbour from Hell? 207
  • Notes 220
  • Chapter 14 - Out of the Closet 222
  • Chapter 15 - Social Threat or Social Problem? 238
  • Note 251
  • Chapter 16 - They Make Us Out to Be Monsters 253
  • Index 269
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