The Routledge handbook of emotions and mass media

Author: Döveling, Katrin
Additionaly authors: Döveling, Katrin--red. | Scheve, Christian Von--red. | Scheve, Christian Von--red. | Konijn, Elly A.--red. | Konijn, Elly A.--red. Publisher: Routledge (New York) , 2011 Physical description: xiii, 422 s. : il. 25 cm ISBN:. Keywords: Mass media | Media masowe | Communication | Sociology of media | Socjologia mediów | Emotion | Emocje | Social psychology | Psychologia społeczna | Interpersonal communication | Komunikacja interpersonalna | Komunikacja
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1. DOVELING Katrin, SCHEVE Christian von and KONIJN Elly
2. A., Emotions and Mass Media: An Interdisciplinary Approach
3. Part I: Emotions and Mass Media: From Motives and Consequences to Meaning and Measurement SCHWAB Frank and SCHWENDER Clemens, The Descent of
4. Emotions in Media: Darwinian Perspectives KONIJN Elly A. and TEN HOLT Jelte M., From Noise to
5. Nucleus: Emotion as Key Construct in Processing Media Messages BERLETT Christopher P. and GENTILE Douglas A., Affective and Emotional Consequences of the Mass Media LANG Annie and EWOLDSEN David R., The Measurement of Positive and Negative Affect in Media Research
6. Part II: The Entertaining Experiences of Emotions through Mass Media ZILLMANN Dolf, Mechanisms of Emotional Reactivity to Media Entertainments NABI Robin L., SO Jiyeon and PRESTIN Abby, Media-based
7. Emotional Coping: Examining the Emotional Benefits and Pitfalls of Media Consumption OLIVER Mary Beth and WOOLLEY Julia K., Tragic and
8. Poignant Entertainment: The Gratifications of Meaningfulness as Emotional Response CANTOR Joanne, Fear Reactions and the Mass Media RANEY Arthur A., Media Enjoyment as a Function of Affective Dispositions toward and Moral Judgment of Characters
9. Part III: Mass Media, Politics, and Public Emotions BUCK Rossand RENFRO POWERS Stacie, Emotion, Media, and the Global Village BUCY Erik P., Nonverbal Communication, Emotion, and Political Evaluation PANTTI Mervi, Disaster News and Public Emotions TURNER Monique M., Emotion in Persuasion and Risk Communication
10. ALTHEIDE David L., Creating Fear: Transforming Terrorist Attacks into Control and Consumption
11. Part IV:Features, Forms, and Functions: Emotions Beyond the Message DETENBER Benjamin H. and LANG Annie, The Influence of Form and Presentation Attributes of Media on Emotion UNZ Dagmar C., Effects of Presentation and Editing
12. on Emotional Responses of Viewers: The Example of TV-News MULLER Marion G. and KAPPAS Arvid, Visual Emotions - Emotional Visuals. Emotions, Pathos Formulae, and their Relevance for Communication Research CUCPCHIK Gerald C., Reactive and Reflective Responses to Mass Media
13. Part V: Emotions and Next Generation Media AHN Sun Joo, BAILENSON Jeremy, FOX Jesse and JABON Maria, Using automated facial expression analysis for emotion and behavior prediction
14. GRATCH Jonathan, Emotionally-Resonant Media: Advances in Sensing, Understanding and Influencing Human Emotion through Interactive Media PRENDINGER Helmut and ISHIZUKA Mitsuru, Virtual Interface Agents that Adapt to User Emotion and Interest

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