The Psychology of Entertainment Media: Blurring the Lines Between Entertainment and Persuasion / Edition 2by L. J. Shrum
Pub. Date: 03/16/2012
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
In this volume, psychologists and communication experts present theory on understanding and predicting how learning occurs through media consumption. As the impact of traditional advertising has declined over the last couple of decades, marketers have scrambled to find other ways to effectively communicate with consumers. Among other approaches, marketers have… See more details below
In this volume, psychologists and communication experts present theory on understanding and predicting how learning occurs through media consumption. As the impact of traditional advertising has declined over the last couple of decades, marketers have scrambled to find other ways to effectively communicate with consumers. Among other approaches, marketers have utilized various forms of product integration. Product integration is mixing a commercial message in with the non-commercial message via TV, movie, video, and other entertainment venues. This book will be of interest to students and researchers in psychology, marketing, communication, advertising, and consumer behavior.
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Table of Contents
L. J. Shrum, What's So Special About Entertainment Media and Why Do We Need a Psychology For It?: An Introduction to The Psychology of Entertainment Media. Part 1. Embedding Promotions within Entertainment Media: Product Placement Effects and How They Work. J. A. McCarty, T. M. Lowrey, Product Integration: Current Practices and New Directions. E. Cowley, As a Backdrop, Part of the Plot, or a Goal in a Game: The Ubiquitous Product Placement. L. Owen, H. Hang, S. Auty, C. Lewis, Children's Processing of Embedded Brand Messages: Product Placement and the Role of Conceptual Fluency. M. R. Nelson, M. K. J. Waiguny, Psychological Processing of In-Game Advertising and Advergaming: Branded Entertainment or Entertainment Persuasion?. Part 2. The Programs between the Ads: The Persuasive Power of Entertainment Media. L. J. Shrum, J. Lee, The Stories TV Tells: How Fictional TV Narratives Shape Normative Perceptions and Personal Values. J. Carpenter, M. C. Green, Flying With Icarus: Narrative Transportation and the Persuasiveness of Entertainment. K. E. Dill, M. C. R. Burgess, Seeing is Believing: Towards a Theory of Media Imagery and Social Learning (MISL). C. A. Russell, D. W. Russell, Alcohol Messages in Television Series: Content and Effects. E. Strahan, V. M. Buote, A. E. Wilson, Selling Beauty: The Hidden Cost to Women's Self-Worth, Relationships, and Behavior. J. A. Maier, D. A. Gentile, Learning Aggression through the Media: Comparing Psychological and Communication Approaches. G. Comstock, J. Powers, Paths from Television Violence to Aggression: Reinterpreting the Evidence.
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