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Contents Acknowledgments 000 Introduction: Through the Looking Glass: Medical Culture and the Media Lester D. Friedman 000 Part One: Print Media The Pharmaceutical Gaze: Psychiatry, Scopophilia, and Psychotropic Medication Advertising, 1964; 1985 Jonathan M. Metzl 000 Taken to Extremes: Newspapers and Kevorkian's Televised Euthanasia Incident Arthur L. Caplan and Joseph Turow 000 Stop the Presses: Journalistic Treatment of Mental Illness Otto F. Wahl 000 Part Two: Advertisements The Nurse-Saver and the TV Hostess: Advertising Hospital Television, 1950; 1970 Joy V. Fuqua 000 Exorcising "Men in White" on Television: An Exercise in Cultural Power Kelly A. Cole 000 Drive-By Medicine: Managed Care Ads on Billboards Norbert Goldfield 000 Part Three: Fiction Films Frankenflicks: Medical Monsters in Classic Horror Films Stephanie Brown Clark 000 Big Boys Do Cry: Empathy in The Doctor Lucy Fischer 000 Institutional Impediments: Medical Bureaucracies in the Movies Marilyn Chandler McEntyre 000 Part Four: Television Images and Healers: A Visual History of Scientific Medicine Marc R. Cohen and Audrey Shafer 000 From City Hospital to ER: The Evolution of the Television Physician Gregg VandeKieft 000 The Fat Detective: Obesity and Disability Sander L. Gilman 000 Dissecting the Doctor Shows: A Content Analysis of ER and Chicago Hope Gregory Makoul and Limor Peer 000 Part Five: Documentaries Reproductive Freedom, Revisionist History, Restricted Cinema: The Strange Case of Margaret Sanger and Birth Control Martin F. Norden 000 Continence of the Continent: The Ideology of Disease and Hygiene in World War II Training Films Christie Milliken 000 "Invisible Invaders": The Global Body in Public Health Films Kirsten Ostherr 000 The Medium Is the Message: Documenting the Story of Dax Cowart Therese Jones 000 Part Six: Computers Technologies Transforming Health Care: X Rays, Computers, and the Internet Joel D. Howell 000 The Shape of Things to Come: Surgery in the Age of Medialization Timothy Lenoir 000 Medicine.com: The Internet and the Patient-Physician Relationship Faith McLellan 000 Virtual Disability: On the Internet, Nobody Knows You're Not a Sick Puppy Tod Chambers 000 Works Cited 000 Contributors 000 Index 000
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Health in mass media, Social medicine, Television in health education, Journalism, Medical, Mass media, Attitude to Health, Mass Media, Ethics, Medical, Public Opinion, Technology, Medical