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The psychology of journalism, edited by Sharon Coen and Peter Bull

Summary
"The introductory chapter summarises the theoretical approaches taken in this book, highlighting the unique contributions that a media psychological approach can make to our understanding of news making and the construction of meaning. The authors present an overview of how psychology can contribute to our understanding of news, and describe in relation to journalism uniquely media psychological constructs (parasocial interactions and the third person effect). This Introduction concludes with a chapter-by-chapter summary of the rest of the book"--, Provided by publisher
Table of contents
Introduction -- Journalism in the 21st Century -- The Importance of Visual Attention and Perception in Journalism -- Reconsidering Informed and Participatory Citizenship in the Current Media Ecosystem -- Emotion -- Norms and Roles -- Social Psychology of Identity and Stereotyping in the Media: The Case of Refugee Media Bias -- Ideology and Culture -- Language and Categorization -- Discursive Psychology and Journalism -- Visual Communication Through Body Movement
Language
eng
Literary form
non fiction
Copyright
Physical description
1 online resource
Specific material designation
remote
Form of item
online
ISBN
9780190935870

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