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Title: Trajectories while watching television
Other Titles: Prospection of new implementations inspired by Bilandzic's (2006) processing plane.
Authors: Dossche, Dorien #
Issue Date: 2008
Conference: International workshop "Narrative experience and effects" location:Leuven date:31 January - 2 February 2008
Abstract: Transportation (cf. Green & Brock, 2000; Green, Garst & Brock, 2004; Slater & Rouner, 2002) is a “flow” like state, widely recognized as an important dynamic in the processing of narrative fiction. As a large fraction of television broadcasts contains an essentially narrative structure, recently cultivation scholars have begun to investigate the role of transportation as a potential influence on media effects. In this framework, viewer transportation is seen as an on line process that can oscillate over the course of a television program, and may interact with individual relevance attached to the broadcast theme (Bilandzic, 2006). This presentation discusses a method formulation for individual viewer profiling and an application for experimental stimulus construction, both drawing upon the theoretical framework of Bilandzic (2006; later elaborations Busselle & Bilandzic, 2007).
Publication status: published
KU Leuven publication type: IMa
Appears in Collections:Leuven School for Mass Communication Research
# (joint) last author

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