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An ecological psychology approach to the study of audiences
Unformatted Document Text:  ecological theory...19 Lyons, A.C. (2000). Examining media representations: Benefits for health psychology. Journal of Health Psychology, 5, 349-58. Lyons, A.C., & Willott, S. (1999). From suet pudding to superhero: Representations of men’s health. Health, 3, 283-302. McFarland, L. (2002). The development of a parasocial relationship. Paper submitted for BSc. Psychology course requirements, Coventry University. Messenger Davies, M. (1997). Fake, fact and fantasy: Children’s interpretations of television reality. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. Morley, D. (1980). The ‘Nationwide’ audience. London: British Film Institute. Murray, M. (2000). Levels of narrative analysis in health psychology. Journal of Health Psychology, 5, 337-347. Parker, I. (1992). Discourse dynamics: Critical analysis for social and individual psychology. London: Routledge. Reed, E.S. (1996a). Encountering the world: Toward an ecological psychology. New York: Oxford University Press.

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ecological theory...19
Lyons, A.C. (2000). Examining media representations: Benefits for health
psychology. Journal of Health Psychology, 5, 349-58.
Lyons, A.C., & Willott, S. (1999). From suet pudding to superhero: Representations
of men’s health. Health, 3, 283-302.
McFarland, L. (2002). The development of a parasocial relationship. Paper submitted
for BSc. Psychology course requirements, Coventry University.
Messenger Davies, M. (1997). Fake, fact and fantasy: Children’s interpretations of
television reality. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
Morley, D. (1980). The ‘Nationwide’ audience. London: British Film Institute.
Murray, M. (2000). Levels of narrative analysis in health psychology. Journal of
Health Psychology, 5, 337-347.
Parker, I. (1992). Discourse dynamics: Critical analysis for social and individual
psychology. London: Routledge.
Reed, E.S. (1996a). Encountering the world: Toward an ecological psychology. New
York: Oxford University Press.


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