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Identification with characters and narrative persuasion through fictional feature films
- J. Igartua
- 1 November 2010
Abstract This article presents three studies examining the importance of identification with characters in research on media entertainment. In Study 1 it was found that identification with characters…
Changing Real‐World Beliefs With Controversial Movies: Processes and Mechanisms of Narrative Persuasion
Empirical research has found that exposure to specific fictional narratives exerts significant effects on attitudes and beliefs. However, there is little research about the persuasive impact of…
Identification With Characters, Elaboration, and Counterarguing in Entertainment-Education Interventions Through Audiovisual Fiction
It is concluded that getting people to think and reflect can help persuade them, which suggests that narrative persuasion models and dual models of rhetorical persuasion can be compatible in certain contexts, such as when messages are designed in such a way that characters make explicit arguments that endorse a prosocial message through dialogues.
A study of the relationship between parental mediation and adolescents' digital skills, online risks and online opportunities
Moderating Effect of Group Cue While Processing News on Immigration: Is the Framing Effect a Heuristic Process?
This paper presents a study on the sociocognitive effects of news frames on immigration. One hundred and eighty-six individuals were exposed to a newspaper story on increased immigration to Spain.…
Development and validation of a digital literacy scale for teenagers
A scale to assess digital literacy on teenagers demonstrated support for internal consistency reliability in most of the factors, with Cronbach's Alpha levels ranging from .63 to .75, and validity.
Cognitive, Attitudinal, and Emotional Effects of News Frame and Group Cues, on Processing News About Immigration
The results show that the type of news frame stressed in the report exerted significant cognitive, attitudinal, and emotional effects and partially support the argument that the framing effect is a process governed by heuristic processing.
Language use depending on news frame and immigrant origin.
- Itziar Fernández, J. Igartua, Félix Moral, Elena Palacios, Tania Acosta, Dolores Muñoz
- PsychologyInternational journal of psychology : Journal…
- 5 September 2013
It emerged that abstract language and negative affective language were more frequent in the participants assigned to the news frame on crime, and abstract language was more characteristic among those who read the news story in a frame linking immigration to crime and Moroccan origin.
Enhancing Attitudes Toward Stigmatized Groups with Movies: Mediating and Moderating Processes of Narrative Persuasion
This study is linked to research into narrative persuasion and the techniques used to reduce rejection of stigmatized groups. Upper-secondary school students were assigned to one of two conditions:…
Framing Latin America in the Spanish press: A cooled down friendship between two fraternal lands
Abstract This study focuses on a news framing analysis of Latin America and Latin Americans in the Spanish press. For this purpose 1,271 news articles with different Latin American countries or their…