Flying Below the Radar Screen: The Absence of Information About the FDA
Trainer, Nancy G.
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CitationFlying Below the Radar Screen: The Absence of Information About the FDA (2001 Third Year Paper)
AbstractThis paper is a study of how the American people interact with and understand a complicated governmental agency, the FDA. Part I examines the traditional role of media in providing information to people about government; Part II examines the FDAâ€™s role in government, and the publicâ€™s overall perception of the FDA; Part III focuses on media coverage of the four drug recalls mentioned above; following this are a few concluding remarks.
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