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Does Narrativity Make a Difference? Types of Narrativity in News, Narrative Engagement, and Learning Effects

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The concept of narrativity serves as a framework to identify possible textual factors that enhance narrative engagement and learning processes in narrative news. Narrativity indicates the richness of a story and the quality, which makes it a good and interesting story. It avoids the dichotomy of narrative versus non-narrative. In the study, we test three types of narrativity factors (related to character interaction, narrative structure and narrative discourse) against a non-narrative condition. In an experiment using a cross-sectional sample (n=312) we found that the structure version was superior for fact learning than the other two narrative versions, and comparable to the non-narrative news report. All narrative versions enhanced the perception of the experiential quality of the text, while the non-narrative version enhanced the perception of the information quality. Narrative engagement mediated the relationships between narrativity of the text and learning as well as both experiential and information quality.

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Kinnebrock, Susanne., Bilandzic, Helena., Kalch, Anja. and Menke, Manuel. "Does Narrativity Make a Difference? Types of Narrativity in News, Narrative Engagement, and Learning Effects" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the International Communication Association 64th Annual Conference, Seattle Sheraton Hotel, Seattle, Washington, May 21, 2014 <Not Available>. 2018-09-05 <http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p714464_index.html>

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Kinnebrock, S. , Bilandzic, H. , Kalch, A. and Menke, M. , 2014-05-21 "Does Narrativity Make a Difference? Types of Narrativity in News, Narrative Engagement, and Learning Effects" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the International Communication Association 64th Annual Conference, Seattle Sheraton Hotel, Seattle, Washington Online <APPLICATION/PDF>. 2018-09-05 from http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p714464_index.html

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Abstract: The concept of narrativity serves as a framework to identify possible textual factors that enhance narrative engagement and learning processes in narrative news. Narrativity indicates the richness of a story and the quality, which makes it a good and interesting story. It avoids the dichotomy of narrative versus non-narrative. In the study, we test three types of narrativity factors (related to character interaction, narrative structure and narrative discourse) against a non-narrative condition. In an experiment using a cross-sectional sample (n=312) we found that the structure version was superior for fact learning than the other two narrative versions, and comparable to the non-narrative news report. All narrative versions enhanced the perception of the experiential quality of the text, while the non-narrative version enhanced the perception of the information quality. Narrative engagement mediated the relationships between narrativity of the text and learning as well as both experiential and information quality.


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