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    Title: 健康傳播研究與教育在臺灣:“傳播”主體性的反思
    Authors: 徐美苓
    Contributors: 政大新聞系
    Keywords: 健康傳播;健康傳播教育;播主體性;臺灣
    Date: 2007-10
    Issue Date: 2013-02-20 09:10:42 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: "健康傳播"作為一新興研究范疇,有其與其它傳統領域不同的獨特性,特色之一為"跨領域",健康傳播也被視為是一強調"應用"特質的行為科學。本文從科際整合的觀點,先回顧島外健康傳播研究與教育的發展,接著對中國臺灣的健康傳播研究與教育概況及現有資源進行評估,試圖從具有"傳播"主體性的角度,對健康傳播的教與學進行反思性探討。
    Relation: 西南民族大學學報(人文社科版),2007(10),148-153
    Data Type: article
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