Power Without Responsibility: Media Portrayals of Dolly and Science
Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics. 1998 Spring; 7(2): 150-159.
...In this article, we will analyze principally the British broadsheet newspaper coverage of the Dolly story. We also look at some of the corresponding U.S. newspaper coverage and find striking contrasts, relating not just to journalistic practices but also to the public status and position of science in the two countries. For reasons of space and difficulty of obtaining archive material, we do not address the role of the broadcast media.
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