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Affective-News Theory: Effects of Narrative Structure on Suspense, Curiosity, and Enjoyment While Reading News and Novels
Unformatted Document Text:  News Narratives 22 References Atkin, C. K. (1983). Effects of realistic TV violence vs. fictional violence on aggression. Journalism Quarterly, 60(4), 615-621. Bal, M. (1997). Narratology: Introduction to the theory of narrative. Toronto: University of Toronto Press. Bennett, W. L. & Edelman, M. (1985). Homo Narrans: Toward a new political narrative. Journal of Communication, 35(4), 156-171. Bragg, R. (2000). Weaving storytelling into breaking news. Nieman Reports, 54(3), 29-30. Brewer, W. F., & Lichtenstein, E. H. (1981). Event schemas, story schemas, and story grammars. In J. Long & A. Baddely (Eds.), Attention and performance IX (pp. 363- 379). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence-Erlbaum. Brewer, W. F., & Lichtenstein, E. H. (1982). Stories are to entertain: A structural-affect theory of stories. Journal of Pragmatics, 6, 473-486. Brooks, B. S., Kennedy, G., Moen, D. R., & Ranly, D. (2001). Telling the story: Writing for Print, Broadcast and Online Media. New York, NY: St. Martin’s Press. Carey, J.W. (1988). Media, myths and narratives. Newbury Park, CA: Sage. Darnton, R. (1975). Writing news and telling stories. Daedalus, 104, 175-193. Dijk, T. A. van (1988a). News analysis: Case studies of international and international news in the press. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum. Dijk, T. A. van (1988b). News as Discourse. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum. Dijk, T. A. van (1993). Discoursive analysis: its development and application to the structure of news. Journal of Communication, 33(2), 20 - 43.

Authors: Knobloch, Silvia. and Carpentier, Francesca.
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References
Atkin, C. K. (1983). Effects of realistic TV violence vs. fictional violence on aggression. Journalism
Quarterly, 60(4), 615-621.
Bal, M. (1997). Narratology: Introduction to the theory of narrative. Toronto: University of Toronto
Press.
Bennett, W. L. & Edelman, M. (1985). Homo Narrans: Toward a new political narrative. Journal of
Communication, 35(4), 156-171.
Bragg, R. (2000). Weaving storytelling into breaking news. Nieman Reports, 54(3), 29-30.
Brewer, W. F., & Lichtenstein, E. H. (1981). Event schemas, story schemas, and story
grammars. In J. Long & A. Baddely (Eds.), Attention and performance IX (pp. 363-
379). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence-Erlbaum.
Brewer, W. F., & Lichtenstein, E. H. (1982). Stories are to entertain: A structural-affect
theory of stories. Journal of Pragmatics, 6, 473-486.
Brooks, B. S., Kennedy, G., Moen, D. R., & Ranly, D. (2001). Telling the story: Writing for Print,
Broadcast and Online Media. New York, NY: St. Martin’s Press.
Carey, J.W. (1988). Media, myths and narratives. Newbury Park, CA: Sage.
Darnton, R. (1975). Writing news and telling stories. Daedalus, 104, 175-193.
Dijk, T. A. van (1988a). News analysis: Case studies of international and international news in the
press. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.
Dijk, T. A. van (1988b). News as Discourse. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.
Dijk, T. A. van (1993). Discoursive analysis: its development and application to the structure of news.
Journal of Communication, 33(2), 20 - 43.


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