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An ecological psychology approach to the study of audiences
Unformatted Document Text:  ecological theory...18 Hinerman, S. (1992). ‘I’ll be here with you’: Fans, fantasy and the figure of Elvis. In L.A. Lewis (Ed.) The adoring audience: Fan culture and popular media (pp. 107- 134). London: Routledge. Hodge, B., & Tripp, D. (1986). Children and television: A semiotic approach. Cambridge: Blackwell. Jackson, S. (2001). Happily never after: Young women’s stories of abuse in heterosexual love relationships. Feminism & Psychology, 11, 305-321. Jaglom, L.M., & Gardner, H. (1981). The preschool television viewer as anthropologist. In H. Kelly & H. Gardner (Eds.) New directions in child development: Viewing children through television. San Fransisco: Jossey-Bass, pp. 9-30. Lang, A. (1994) (Ed.) Measuring psychological responses to media. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. Livingstone, S. (1998). Making sense of television: The psychology of audience interpretation (2 nd edition). London: Routledge. Livingstone, S. & Lunt, P. (1994). Talk on television: Audience participation and public debate. London: Routledge. Loveland, K. (1991). Social affordances and interaction II: Autism and the affordances of the human environment. Ecological Psychology, 3, 99-119.

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ecological theory...18
Hinerman, S. (1992). ‘I’ll be here with you’: Fans, fantasy and the figure of Elvis. In
L.A. Lewis (Ed.) The adoring audience: Fan culture and popular media (pp. 107-
134). London: Routledge.
Hodge, B., & Tripp, D. (1986). Children and television: A semiotic approach.
Cambridge: Blackwell.
Jackson, S. (2001). Happily never after: Young women’s stories of abuse in
heterosexual love relationships. Feminism & Psychology, 11, 305-321.
Jaglom, L.M., & Gardner, H. (1981). The preschool television viewer as
anthropologist. In H. Kelly & H. Gardner (Eds.) New directions in child development:
Viewing children through television. San Fransisco: Jossey-Bass, pp. 9-30.
Lang, A. (1994) (Ed.) Measuring psychological responses to media. Hillsdale, NJ:
Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
Livingstone, S. (1998). Making sense of television: The psychology of audience
interpretation (2
nd
edition). London: Routledge.
Livingstone, S. & Lunt, P. (1994). Talk on television: Audience participation and
public debate. London: Routledge.
Loveland, K. (1991). Social affordances and interaction II: Autism and the
affordances of the human environment. Ecological Psychology, 3, 99-119.


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