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  • ISBN 0805810447
  • ISBN13 978-0805810448
  • Language English
  • Author J. Bryant,Dorf Zillmann
  • Publisher Routledge; 1 edition (April 1, 1990)
  • Pages 407
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This volume takes the next step in the evolution of mass communication research tradition from effects to processes -- a more detailed and microanalytical analysis of the psychological processes involved in receiving and reacting to electronic media messages. This domain includes investigations into those psychological processes that occur between the process of selecting media messages for consumption and assessments of whatever processes mediate the long-term impact such message consumption may have on consumers' subsequent behavior. The editors strive to further understanding of some of the basic processes underlying the ways we gain entertainment and information.

Contents: Part I:Reception and Reaction Processes. Anderson, J. Burns, Paying Attention to Television. D. Zillmann, Television Viewing and Physiological Arousal. Zillmann, Empathy: Affect From Bearing Witness to the Emotions of Others.

Contents: Part I:Reception and Reaction Processes. Palmer, M. MacNeil, Children's Comprehension Processes: From Piaget to Public Policy. J. Cantor, Fright Responses to Mass Media Productions. Field, Online and Offline Assessment of the Television Audience.

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