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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 25 Liebes, T. (Ed.). (1994). Narrativization of the news: An introduction. Journal of Narrative and Life History, 4(1&2), 1–8. Lule, J. (2001). Daily news. Eternal stories. New York: Guilford Press. Mindich, D. T. Z. (1998). Just the facts: How "objectivity" came to define American journalism. New York: New York University Press. Mander, M. S. (1987). Narrative Dimensions of the News. Communication, 10(1), 51-70. Narrative journalism (2000). Nieman Reports, 54(3), 4. Onega, S., & Garcia Landa, J. A. (Eds.). (1996). Narratology: An Introduction. London: Longman. Parisi, P. (1998). Toward a "Philosophy of Framing" - news narratives for public journalism`, Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 74(4), 673–686. Patterson, T. E. (2000). Doing well and doing good: How soft news and critical journalism are shrinking in news audience and weakening democracy – and what news outlets can do about it [research report]. Cambridge, MA: John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University. Pietilä, V. (1992). Beyond the news story: News as discursive composition. European Journal of Communication, 7, 37 - 67. Rogers, C. L. (1999). The importance of understanding audiences. In S. M. Friedman, S. Dunwoody, & C. L. Rogers (Eds.), Communicating uncertainty: Media coverage of new and controversial science (pp. 179-200). Mahaw, NJ: Lawrence-Erlbaum Associates. Rukavina, I. & Daneman, M. (1996). Integration and its effect on acquiring knowledge about competing scientific theories from text. Journal of Educational Psychology, 88, 272- 287. Schudson, M. (1982). The politics of narrative form: The emergence of news conventions in print and television. Daedalus, 111, 97-112. Thomas, M. H., & Tell, P. M. (1974). Effects of viewing real versus fantasy violence upon interpersonal aggression. Journal of Research in Personality, 8(2), 153-160.

Authors: Knobloch, Silvia. and Carpentier, Francesca.
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News Narratives 25
Liebes, T. (Ed.). (1994). Narrativization of the news: An introduction. Journal of Narrative
and Life History, 4(1&2), 1–8.
Lule, J. (2001). Daily news. Eternal stories. New York: Guilford Press.
Mindich, D. T. Z. (1998). Just the facts: How "objectivity" came to define American
journalism. New York: New York University Press.
Mander, M. S. (1987). Narrative Dimensions of the News. Communication, 10(1), 51-70.
Narrative journalism (2000). Nieman Reports, 54(3), 4.
Onega, S., & Garcia Landa, J. A. (Eds.). (1996). Narratology: An Introduction. London: Longman.
Parisi, P. (1998). Toward a "Philosophy of Framing" - news narratives for public journalism`,
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 74(4), 673–686.
Patterson, T. E. (2000). Doing well and doing good: How soft news and critical journalism are
shrinking in news audience and weakening democracy – and what news outlets can do about it
[research report]. Cambridge, MA: John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University.
Pietilä, V. (1992). Beyond the news story: News as discursive composition. European
Journal of Communication, 7, 37 - 67.
Rogers, C. L. (1999). The importance of understanding audiences. In S. M. Friedman, S. Dunwoody, &
C. L. Rogers (Eds.), Communicating uncertainty: Media coverage of new and controversial
science (pp. 179-200). Mahaw, NJ: Lawrence-Erlbaum Associates.
Rukavina, I. & Daneman, M. (1996). Integration and its effect on acquiring knowledge about
competing scientific theories from text. Journal of Educational Psychology, 88, 272- 287.
Schudson, M. (1982). The politics of narrative form: The emergence of news conventions in print and
television. Daedalus, 111, 97-112.
Thomas, M. H., & Tell, P. M. (1974). Effects of viewing real versus fantasy violence upon
interpersonal aggression. Journal of Research in Personality, 8(2), 153-160.


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