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Fighting Against Stigma Attached to People Suffering From Mental Illness Using Entertainment-Education Strategy
Unformatted Document Text:  Entertainment-Education on Mental Illness 36 Signorielli, N. (1989). The stigma of mental illness on television. Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media, 33, 325-331. Singhal, A., & Rogers, E. M. (1999). Entertainment-education: A communication strategy for social change. Mahwah: Erlbaum. Slater, M. D. (2002). Entertainment Education and the persuasive impact of narratives. In M. C. Green, J. J. Strange, & T. C. Brock (Eds.), Narrative impact. Social and cognitive foundations (pp. 157-182). Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum. Swanson, J. W., Holzer, E., Ganju, V. K., & Jono, R. T. (1990). Violence and psychiatric disorder in the community: Evidence from the epidemiological catchment areas. Hospital and Community Psychiatry, 41, 761-770. Thornton, J. A., & Wahl, O. F. (1996). Impact of newspaper article on attitudes toward mental illness, Journal of Community Psychology, 24, 17-25. Tsang, H. W. H., Tam, P. K. C., Chan, F., & Cheung, W. M. (2003). Stigmatizing attitudes towards individuals with mental illness in Hong Kong: Implications for their recovery. Journal of Community Psychology, 4, 383-396. Vorderer, P. & Ritterfeld, U. (2003). Children’s future programming and media use between entertainment and education. In E. Palmer & B. Young (Eds.), The Faces of televisual media: Teaching, violent, selling to children (pp. 241-264). Mahwah: Erlbaum. Vorderer, P., Klimmt, C. & Ritterfeld, U. (2004). Enjoyment: At the heart of media entertainment. Communication Theory, 4, 388-408. Wahl, O. F. (1995). Media madness: Public images of mental illness. New Brunswick, NJ, US: Rutgers University Press.

Authors: Ritterfeld, Ute. and Jin, Seung-A.
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Entertainment-Education on Mental Illness
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Signorielli, N. (1989). The stigma of mental illness on television. Journal of
Broadcasting and Electronic Media, 33, 325-331.
Singhal, A., & Rogers, E. M. (1999). Entertainment-education: A communication
strategy for social change. Mahwah: Erlbaum.
Slater, M. D. (2002). Entertainment Education and the persuasive impact of narratives. In
M. C. Green, J. J. Strange, & T. C. Brock (Eds.), Narrative impact. Social and
cognitive foundations (pp. 157-182). Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.
Swanson, J. W., Holzer, E., Ganju, V. K., & Jono, R. T. (1990). Violence and psychiatric
disorder in the community: Evidence from the epidemiological catchment areas.
Hospital and Community Psychiatry, 41, 761-770.
Thornton, J. A., & Wahl, O. F. (1996). Impact of newspaper article on attitudes toward
mental illness, Journal of Community Psychology, 24, 17-25.
Tsang, H. W. H., Tam, P. K. C., Chan, F., & Cheung, W. M. (2003). Stigmatizing
attitudes towards individuals with mental illness in Hong Kong: Implications for
their recovery. Journal of Community Psychology, 4, 383-396.
Vorderer, P. & Ritterfeld, U. (2003). Children’s future programming and media use
between entertainment and education. In E. Palmer & B. Young (Eds.), The Faces
of televisual media: Teaching, violent, selling to children (pp. 241-264). Mahwah:
Erlbaum.
Vorderer, P., Klimmt, C. & Ritterfeld, U. (2004). Enjoyment: At the heart of media
entertainment. Communication Theory, 4, 388-408.
Wahl, O. F. (1995). Media madness: Public images of mental illness. New Brunswick,
NJ, US: Rutgers University Press.


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