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An ecological psychology approach to the study of audiences
Unformatted Document Text:  ecological theory...16 Buckingham, D. (1996). Moving images: Understanding children’s emotional responses to television. Manchester: Manchester University Press. Costall, A. (1995). Socialising affordances. Theory & Psychology, 5, 467-482. Crossley, M. (2000). Narrative psychology, trauma and the study of self/identity. Theory & Psychology, 10, 527-546. Edwards, D., & Potter, J. (1992). Discursive psychology. London: Sage. Emmison, L., & Goldman, L. (1996). What’s that you said Sooty? Puppets, parlance and pretence. Language and Communication, 16, 17-35. Emmison, L., & Goldman, L. (1997). The Sooty Show laid bear: Children, puppets, and make-believe. Childhood: A global journal of child research, 4, 325-342. Fiske, J. (1989). Moments of television: Neither the text nor the audience. In E. Seiter, H. Borchers, G. Kreutzner & E. Warth (Eds.) Remote control: Television, audiences and cultural power. London: Routledge. Fogel, A. (1993). Developing through relationships: Origins of communication, self, and culture. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Gackenbach, J. (Ed.) (1998). Psychology and the internet: Intrapersonal, interpersonal and transpersonal implications. San Diego: Academic Press.

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ecological theory...16
Buckingham, D. (1996). Moving images: Understanding children’s emotional
responses to television. Manchester: Manchester University Press.
Costall, A. (1995). Socialising affordances. Theory & Psychology, 5, 467-482.
Crossley, M. (2000). Narrative psychology, trauma and the study of self/identity.
Theory & Psychology, 10, 527-546.
Edwards, D., & Potter, J. (1992). Discursive psychology. London: Sage.
Emmison, L., & Goldman, L. (1996). What’s that you said Sooty? Puppets, parlance
and pretence. Language and Communication, 16, 17-35.
Emmison, L., & Goldman, L. (1997). The Sooty Show laid bear: Children, puppets,
and make-believe. Childhood: A global journal of child research, 4, 325-342.
Fiske, J. (1989). Moments of television: Neither the text nor the audience. In E. Seiter,
H. Borchers, G. Kreutzner & E. Warth (Eds.) Remote control: Television, audiences
and cultural power. London: Routledge.
Fogel, A. (1993). Developing through relationships: Origins of communication, self,
and culture. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Gackenbach, J. (Ed.) (1998). Psychology and the internet: Intrapersonal,
interpersonal and transpersonal implications. San Diego: Academic Press.


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