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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 23 Dunwoody, S. (1999). Scientist, journalists, and the meaning of uncertainty. In S. M. Friedman, S. Dunwoody, & C. L. Rogers (Eds.), Communicating uncertainty: Media coverage of new and controversial science (pp. 59-79). Mahaw, NJ: Lawrence-Erlbaum Associates. Durham, F. D. (1998). News frames as social narratives: ’TWA Flight 800.’ Journal of Communication, 48(3), 100-117. Esser, Frank (1999). ’Taloidization’ of news. A comparative analysis of Anglo-American and German press journalism. European Journal of Communication, 14(3), 291-324. Ettema, J. S. & Glasser, T. L. (1988). Narrative form and moral force: The realization of innocence and guilt through investigative journalism. Journal of Communication, 35(4), 8-26. Feshbach, S. (1972). Reality and fantasy in filmed violence. In J. P. Murray, E. A. Rubinstein, & G. A. Comstock (Eds.), Television and soical behavior: Television and social learning. (Vol. 2, pp. 318-345). Woshington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office. Genette, G. (1990). Fictional narrative, factual narrative. Poetics Today, 11(4), 755-774. Geen, R. G. (1975). The meaning of observed violence: Real vs. fictional violence and consequent effects on aggression and emotional arousal. Journal of Research in Personality, 9(4), 270-281. Geen, R. G., & Rakosky, J. J. (1973). Interpretations of observed aggression and their effect on GSR. Journal of Experimental Research in Personality, 6(4), 289-292. Griffin, R. J. (1999). Using systematic thinking to choose and evaluation evidence. In S. M. Friedman, S. Dunwoody, & C. L. Rogers (Eds.), Communicating uncertainty: Media coverage of new and controversial science (pp. 225-248). Mahaw, NJ: Lawrence-Erlbaum Associates. Gunter, B. (Ed.). (1987). Poor reception: Misunderstanding and forgetting broadcast news. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum. Hanson, R. E. (1997). Objectivity and narrative in contemporary reporting: A formal analysis. Symbolic Interaction, 20(4), 385-396.

Authors: Knobloch, Silvia. and Carpentier, Francesca.
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News Narratives 23
Dunwoody, S. (1999). Scientist, journalists, and the meaning of uncertainty. In S. M. Friedman, S.
Dunwoody, & C. L. Rogers (Eds.), Communicating uncertainty: Media coverage of new and
controversial science (pp. 59-79). Mahaw, NJ: Lawrence-Erlbaum Associates.
Durham, F. D. (1998). News frames as social narratives: ’TWA Flight 800.’ Journal of Communication,
48(3), 100-117.
Esser, Frank (1999). ’Taloidization’ of news. A comparative analysis of Anglo-American and German
press journalism. European Journal of Communication, 14(3), 291-324.
Ettema, J. S. & Glasser, T. L. (1988). Narrative form and moral force: The realization of innocence and
guilt through investigative journalism. Journal of Communication, 35(4), 8-26.
Feshbach, S. (1972). Reality and fantasy in filmed violence. In J. P. Murray, E. A. Rubinstein, & G. A.
Comstock (Eds.), Television and soical behavior: Television and social learning. (Vol. 2, pp.
318-345). Woshington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office.
Genette, G. (1990). Fictional narrative, factual narrative. Poetics Today, 11(4), 755-774.
Geen, R. G. (1975). The meaning of observed violence: Real vs. fictional violence and consequent
effects on aggression and emotional arousal. Journal of Research in Personality, 9(4), 270-281.
Geen, R. G., & Rakosky, J. J. (1973). Interpretations of observed aggression and their effect on GSR.
Journal of Experimental Research in Personality, 6(4), 289-292.
Griffin, R. J. (1999). Using systematic thinking to choose and evaluation evidence. In S. M. Friedman,
S. Dunwoody, & C. L. Rogers (Eds.), Communicating uncertainty: Media coverage of new and
controversial science (pp. 225-248). Mahaw, NJ: Lawrence-Erlbaum Associates.
Gunter, B. (Ed.). (1987). Poor reception: Misunderstanding and forgetting broadcast news. Hillsdale,
NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.
Hanson, R. E. (1997). Objectivity and narrative in contemporary reporting: A formal analysis. Symbolic
Interaction, 20(4), 385-396.


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