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Freya Sukalla
Freya Sukalla
Institut für Kommunikations- und Medienwissenschaft, Universität Leipzig
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Embodiment of narrative engagement: Connecting self-reported narrative engagement to psychophysiological measures.
F Sukalla, H Bilandzic, PD Bolls, RW Busselle
Journal of Media Psychology: Theories, Methods, and Applications 28 (4), 175, 2016
662016
The role of fictional film exposure and narrative engagement for personal norms, guilt and intentions to protect the climate
H Bilandzic, F Sukalla
Environmental Communication 13 (8), 1069-1086, 2019
312019
The narrative engageability scale: A multidimensional trait measure for the propensity to become engaged in a story
H Bilandzic, F Sukalla, C Schnell, MR Hastall, RW Busselle
International Journal of Communication 13, 32, 2019
242019
Dispelling Fears and Myths of Organ Donation: How Narratives That Include Information Reduce Ambivalence and Reactance.
F Sukalla, AJM Wagner, I Rackow
International Journal of Communication (19328036) 11, 2017
192017
The morality of television genres: Norm violations and their narrative context in four popular genres of serial fiction
H Bilandzic, MR Hastall, F Sukalla
Journal of Media Ethics 32 (2), 99-117, 2017
172017
Surprise! An investigation of orienting responses to test assumptions of narrative processing
F Sukalla, H Shoenberger, PD Bolls
Communication Research 43 (6), 844-862, 2016
152016
Narrative Persuasion und Einstellungsdissonanz
F Sukalla
Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden, 2018
132018
Narrative persuasion
F Sukalla
Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft mbH & Co. KG, 2019
112019
The cultivation of idealistic moral expectations: The role of television exposure and narrative engageability
H Bilandzic, C Schnell, F Sukalla
Mass Communication and Society 22 (5), 604-630, 2019
102019
Fiktionale Geschichten und ihre Wirkungen auf die Wahrnehmung der politischen und sozialen Realität
MR Hastall, F Sukalla, H Bilandzic
Politische Unterhaltung – Unterhaltende Politik: Forschung zu Medieninhalten …, 2014
92014
Multiples Framing in der Gesundheitskommunikation: Annahmen und Befunde
MR Hastall, F Sukalla
Medien und Gesundheitskommunikation, 201-219, 2013
62013
Developing an Awareness Campaign to Reduce Second Hand Smoke Among Disadvantaged Families—A Participatory M-Health Approach
T Weinmann, K Radon, F Sukalla, J Gerlich, S Barth, D Nowak, ...
International journal of environmental research and public health 15 (9), 1945, 2018
42018
Narratives Erleben und Transportation
F Sukalla, H Bilandzic
Medienpsychologie. Schlüsselbegriffe und Konzepte, 243-252, 2016
32016
Die Moral von der Geschichte: Methodische Probleme und Methodenentwicklung in der Medienanalyse
H Bilandzic, F Sukalla, S Kinnebrock
Verlorene Werte? Medien und die Entwicklung von Ethik und Moral, 245-256, 2008
32008
Bringt Humor die Leute nicht nur zum Lachen, sondern auch zum Reden? Die Wirkung von Humor in Gesundheitsspots auf die Redebereitschaft über sexuell übertragbare Krankheiten
F Sukalla, S Kollinger, AJM Wagner
Gesundheitskommunikation als transdisziplinäres Forschungsfeld, 199-208, 2017
22017
Überwindung von Ambivalenz und Reaktanz im Kontext der Organspende–Sind in Narrationen eingebettete Informationen, die spezifische Ängste ansprechen, die Lösung?
F Sukalla, I Rackow, AJM Wagner
Gesundheitskommunikation im gesellschaftlichen Wandel, 189-202, 2015
22015
Digging the Web: Promises and Challenges of Using Web 2.0 Tools for Audience Research
MR Hastall, F Sukalla
Audience Research Methodologies, 189-207, 2013
22013
Hero or villain? The role of audience beliefs about suspense for their suspense experience
T Naab, F Sukalla
SCM Studies in Communication and Media 8 (1), 53-76, 2019
12019
Incidental Stigmatisation? Characteristics of Well-Being App Descriptions and Their Effects on Public and Self-Stigmatisation of Depression
F Sukalla, V Karnowski
European Journal of Health Communication 3 (1), 76-97, 2022
2022
Identification with similar others sharing their experience of coping with depression and its effects on stigmatization and prosocial intentions
F Sukalla, I Krack, D Seibert, L Paeth, O Frank, R Preißler, PM Block
SCM Studies in Communication and Media 11 (1), 169-185, 2022
2022
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