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Narrative Inquiry
Vol. 13:2 (2003) ► pp.469471
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Banerjee, Smita C. & Kathryn Greene
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Chen, Meng & Robert A. Bell
2021. A meta-analysis of the impact of point of view on narrative processing and persuasion in health messaging. Psychology & Health  pp. 1 ff. DOI logo
Chen, Meng, Robert A. Bell & Laramie D. Taylor
2017. Persuasive Effects of Point of View, Protagonist Competence, and Similarity in a Health Narrative About Type 2 Diabetes. Journal of Health Communication 22:8  pp. 702 ff. DOI logo
Chen, Meng, Laramie D. Taylor & Robert A. Bell
2023. Persuasive Narratives About Osteoporosis: Effects of Protagonist Competence, Narrator Point of View, and Subjective Risk. Health Education & Behavior  pp. 109019812311584 ff. DOI logo
Kim, Nuri, Hye Kyung Kim, Magdalena Wojcieszak, Juan-José Igartua & Cui Min Lim
2020. The Presence of the Protagonist: Explaining Narrative Perspective Effects Through Social Presence. Media Psychology 23:6  pp. 891 ff. DOI logo
Miller, Quincy C., Kristina Todorovic, Christina O. Perez, Amy L. Capparelli & Kamala London
2023. Laypeople’s Knowledge and Misconceptions of Sex Trafficking Influenced by Training Formats. Journal of Human Trafficking 9:1  pp. 94 ff. DOI logo
Schmuck, Desirée, Jörg Matthes & Christian von Sikorski
2023. No Compassion for Muslims? How Journalistic News Coverage of Terrorist Crimes Influences Emotional Reactions and Policy Support Depending on the Victim’s Religion. Crime & Delinquency 69:5  pp. 1020 ff. DOI logo

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