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First- and Third-Person Perceptions of HIV/AIDS messages and HIV/AIDS prevention in Zambia
Unformatted Document Text:  Third-person perceptions and AIDS prevention in Zambia 35 Munro, D. (1979). Locus of control attribution. Factors among Blacks and Whites in Africa. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 10, 155-172. Paul, B., Salwen, M. B., & Dupagne, M. (2000). The third-person effect: A meta-analysis of the perceptual hypothesis. Mass Communication & Society, 3, 57-85. Peiser, W. & Peter, J. (2000). Third-person perception of television viewing behavior. Journal of Communication,50, 25-45. Peiser, W. & Peter, J. (2001). Explaining individual differences in third-person perception. Communication Research, 28, 156-181. Perloff, R. M. (1999). The third-person effect: A critical review and synthesis. Media Psychology, 1, 353-378. Rogers, E. M., Vaughan, P. W., Swalehe, R. M. A., Rao, N., Svenkerud, P., & Sood, S. (1999). Effects of an entertainment-education radio soap opera on family planning behaviour in Tanzania. Studies in Family Planning, 30(3), 193-211. Salwen, M. B. & Dupagne, M. (1999). The third-person effect: Perceptions of the media’s influence and immoral consequences. Communication Research, 26, 523-549. Singhal, A., & Rogers, E. M. (1999). Entertainment-education: A strategy for social change. Mahwah, NJ: Earlbaum. Vaughan, P. W., Rogers, E. M. (2000). A Staged Model of Communication Effects: Evidence from an Entertainment-Education Radio Soap Opera in Tanzania. Journal of Health Communication, 5, 203-228 Tiedge, J. T., Silverblatt, A., Havice, M. J., & Rosenfeld, R. (1991). Discrepancy between perceived first-person and perceived third-person mass media effects. Journalism Quarterly, 68, 141-154. White, H. A. (1997). Considering interacting factors in the third person effect: Argument strength and social distance. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 74, 557-564. Witte, K. (1998). Fear as motivator, fear as inhibitor: Using the extended parallel process model to explain fear appeal successes and failures. In Handbook of Communication and emotion: Research, theory, applications and contexts. (pp.423-450) Witte, K., Nzyuko, S., & Cameron, K. (1995). HIV/AIDS along the trans-Africa Highway in Kenya: Examining risk perceptions, recommended responses, and campaign materials. Report for the AURIG, Michigan State University. Witte, Meyer & Martell (2001). Effective health risk messages. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

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Third-person perceptions and AIDS prevention in Zambia 35
Munro, D. (1979). Locus of control attribution. Factors among Blacks and Whites in Africa.
Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 10, 155-172.
Paul, B., Salwen, M. B., & Dupagne, M. (2000). The third-person effect: A meta-analysis of the
perceptual hypothesis. Mass Communication & Society, 3, 57-85.

Peiser, W. & Peter, J. (2000). Third-person perception of television viewing behavior. Journal of
Communication,50, 25-45.

Peiser, W. & Peter, J. (2001). Explaining individual differences in third-person perception.
Communication Research, 28, 156-181.

Perloff, R. M. (1999). The third-person effect: A critical review and synthesis. Media
Psychology, 1, 353-378.
Rogers, E. M., Vaughan, P. W., Swalehe, R. M. A., Rao, N., Svenkerud, P., & Sood, S. (1999).
Effects of an entertainment-education radio soap opera on family planning behaviour in
Tanzania. Studies in Family Planning, 30(3), 193-211.
Salwen, M. B. & Dupagne, M. (1999). The third-person effect: Perceptions of the media’s
influence and immoral consequences. Communication Research, 26, 523-549.
Singhal, A., & Rogers, E. M. (1999). Entertainment-education: A strategy for social change.
Mahwah, NJ: Earlbaum.
Vaughan, P. W., Rogers, E. M. (2000). A Staged Model of Communication Effects: Evidence
from an Entertainment-Education Radio Soap Opera in Tanzania. Journal of Health
Communication, 5
, 203-228

Tiedge, J. T., Silverblatt, A., Havice, M. J., & Rosenfeld, R. (1991). Discrepancy between
perceived first-person and perceived third-person mass media effects. Journalism
Quarterly, 68,
141-154.

White, H. A. (1997). Considering interacting factors in the third person effect: Argument
strength and social distance. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 74, 557-564.

Witte, K. (1998). Fear as motivator, fear as inhibitor: Using the extended parallel process model
to explain fear appeal successes and failures. In Handbook of Communication and
emotion: Research, theory, applications and contexts.
(pp.423-450)

Witte, K., Nzyuko, S., & Cameron, K. (1995). HIV/AIDS along the trans-Africa Highway in
Kenya: Examining risk perceptions, recommended responses, and campaign materials.
Report for the AURIG, Michigan State University.

Witte, Meyer & Martell (2001). Effective health risk messages. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.


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