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The Oxford Handbook of Parasocial Experiences

Oxford University Press
Erschienen am 6. Juni 2023
457 Seiten
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The Oxford Handbook of Parasocial Experiences examines how audiences psychologically relate to people they see in the media. Specifically, the term Parasocial Experiences (PSEs) is used to refer to parasocial relationships (PSRs) and parasocial internactions (PSIs). This Handbook offers a thorough synthesis of the fast-growing, international, and multidisciplinary research of PSEs, celebrating the field's accomplishments to date but also outlining a blueprint for future growth. The book is organized in six sections covering: (1) theoretical, conceptual, and operational definitions of PSEs; (2) theoretical models and state-of-the-art review of research on PSEs across the lifespan; (3) the effects of PSEs on media users' self and their social life; (3) the effects of PSEs in various contexts such as health, politics, and marketing; and (4) identifying understudied areas of research that call for further investigation such as comparative cross-cultural research. Across the thematic chapters, the authors debate several overarching critical theoretical issues in PSEs research, such as the boundaries between parasocial and social phenomena and the distinctions between PSEs and other forms of involvement with media. The book also includes a hands-on methodological chapter that provides detailed information about measurement and manipulation of PSEs. Offering state-of-the-art research in the field written by leading scholars, The Oxford Handbook of Parasocial Experiences is crucial reading for anyone interested in this new area of study.
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Rebecca (Riva) Tukachinsky Forster is an Associate Professor in the School of Communication at Chapman University. Her research examines psychological involvement with media, particularly how individuals relate to and are ultimately impacted by celebrities and fictional characters.
Introduction: A Look Forward on Parasocial Experience Research Rebecca Tukachinsky Forster Part I: Ontology and Epistemology of Parasocial Experiences Chapter 1: The History and Scope of Parasocial Research Nicole Liebers & Holger Schramm Chapter 2: Defining Parasocial Relationship Experiences David Giles Chapter 3: Three Conceptual Challenges to Parasocial Interactions: Anticipated Responses, Implicit Address, and the Interactivity Problem Tilo Hartmann Chapter 4: Methods and Measures in Investigating PSEs Jayson L. Dibble, Rebecca Tukachinsky Forster,Madeline Guzaitis, & Sarah Downey Part II: PS Initiation, Development, and Termination Chapter 5: Initiation and Evolution of PSRs Nathan Walter, Emily A. Andrews, & Rebecca Tukachinsky Forster Chapter 6: Parasocial Relationship Dissolution Mu Hu Part III: PSR Across the Life Span Chapter 7: Parasocial Relationships in Children Nancy A. Jennings Chapter 8: PSRs in Adolescence Sarah E. Erickson Chapter 9: PSRs in Adults and Older Adults Gayle Stever Part IV: Applications of PS Experiences to Self and Social Life Chapter 10: The Social Context of PSRs Dara Greenwood and Alice Aldoukhov Chapter 11: How Parasocial Experiences Affect Our Self-Concepts Shira Gabriel, Ariana Young, Esha Naidu, & Veronica Schneider Chapter 12: Effects of PS Experiences on Intergroup Relationships Elizabeth L. Cohen & Anita Atwell Seate Chapter 13: PS and Identity Among LGBTQ Media Users Bradley J. Bond Part V: PS Experiences in Persuasion and Strategic Communication Chapter 14: Effects of Parasocial Experiences on Health Outcomes Cynthia A. Hoffner & Elizabeth L. Cohen Chapter 15: Parasocial Experiences in the Political Arena Stefanie Demetriades, Nathan Walter, & Jonathan Cohen Chapter 16: Effects of Parasocial Experiences with Spokespersons on Consumer Behavior Juha Munnukka & Hanna Reinikainen Part VI: Agenda for Future PS Research Chapter 17: Beyond Friendship: A Call for Research on Non-amicable Parasocial Relationships Rebecca Tukachinsky Forster & Melissa A. Click Chapter 18: Parasocial Experiences as a Function of Racial and Ethnic Identity Julius Matthew Riles & Kelly Adams Chapter 19: Cultural Perspective: A Call for Comparative Research Rebecca Tukachinsky Forster & Mu Hu

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