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Content Survey on Editorials Related to Health Problems of Korean Newspapers

공중보건잡지 1971년 8권 1호 p.14 ~ 20
이동섭,
소속 상세정보
이동섭 (  ) - 서울대학교 보건대학원

Abstract


A content survey was conducted toward the editorials related to health problems of Donga Ilbo, Chosun Ilbo, Chungang Ilbo and Hankook Ilbo which were publicated during the period from January 1, 1967 to December 31, 1969.
The findings of this study can be summarized as follows;
1. The During the period of three years, there were a total of 220 editorials which disscussed health problems, i.e., 51 in 1967, 53 in 1968 and 116 in 1969. (The number of all the editorials was about 2.450 in 1967 and 2.650 in 1968 and 1969 respectively.) Among the four kinds of newspapers, Hankook Ilbo presented health problems in the editorial column the most frequently. Regarding to monthly distribution of publication dates of editorials dealing with health topics, they were presented more frequently during the months of April, May, June and November.
2. The frequent topics were related to acute communicable diseases, public nuissance and three kinds of health crimes (adulterated foods, fraudulent drugs and illegitimate medical practices) in all four kinds of newspapers. The frequency of discussing three gealth crimes and public nuissance showed annual increase, and that of discussing industrial health problems was found to have inreased in 1968 comparing to in 1967.
3. Of all the editorials related to health problems, 63.2% appealed to concerned administrative authority only and 6.4% to only general public. No significant differece was observed in the distribution of objects to appesl by newspaper and year. A little difference was observed according to the topic the most frequent objective was the administrative authority concerned.
4. Of all the editorials dealing with health topics, 25.5% were motivated to discuss it by outbreaks or frequent occurrences of concered events, 19.1% by administrative actions of government, 10.9% by outbreaks of acute communicable diseases and 10.5% by legislative actions of government. The distribution of motives to discuss health problems did not show signigicant difference by newspaper and year but it was different according to the topic.
5. Above mentioned findings of this study accounted for little interest of Korean Newspapers in health problems. And they also showed that newspaper editorials rarely discussed government´s fundamental policy to improve health services but minor details with news value.

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