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    The role of dimensions of narrative engagement in narrative persuasion.Hans Beentjes, José Sanders, Hans Hoeken & Anneke de Graaf - 2009 - Communications 34 (4):385-405.
    Several models of narrative persuasion posit that a reader's phenomenological experience of a narrative plays a mediating role in the persuasive effects of the narrative. Because the narrative reading experience is multi-dimensional, this experiment investigates which dimensions of this experience – referred to here as narrative engagement – mediate between reading a story and the persuasive effects of the story. Narrative engagement was manipulated by giving participants a selection task to carry out while reading or by adding language errors to (...)
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    Young people’s news orientations and uses of traditional and new media for news.Hans Beentjes, Leen D’Haenens & Anna Van Cauwenberge - 2013 - Communications 38 (4):367-388.
    This article reports on Flemish college students’ news orientations and their uses of traditional and new media for news within a public service media environment. We used five homogeneous focus groups that covered variation in news media use. The analysis of the focus groups revealed major differences in news behaviors and attitudes between participants who mainly depended on traditional media for news, and those who also went online for news. While a growing body of research reports on young people’s increasing (...)
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    How to take advantage of tablet computers: Effects of news structure on recall and comprehension.Hans Beentjes, Leen D’Haenens & Anna Van Cauwenberge - 2015 - Communications 40 (4):425-446.
    In light of the growing use of tablets for news reading and mobile news consumption behaviors, this study examined whether an innovative way of structuring news on the tablet that mimics mobile news behaviors reinforced attention for, and learning from, news. Specifically, it was theorized that the chronological and associative structuring of news articles into so-called developing news stories would lead to more attention for news, and better recall and comprehension of news, than the linear print newspaper structure that newspaper (...)
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    Young Children’s Understanding of Emotions Portrayed by Puppets and Actors in ‘Sesamstraat’.Herna Heijink, Denise de Boe & Hans Beentjes - 1997 - Communications 22 (4):383-394.
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    Dutch and Flemish Children and Adolescents as Users of Interactive Media.Cees M. Koolstra, Tom H. A. van der Voort, Leen D’Haenens & Hans J. W. J. Beentjes - 1999 - Communications 24 (2):145-166.
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    Kijkwijzer: The Dutch Rating System for Audiovisual Productions.Ed Tan, Peter Nikken, Hans Beentjes & Patti Valkenburg - 2002 - Communications 27 (1):79-102.
    Kijkwijzer is the name of the new Dutch rating system in use since early 2001 to provide information about the possible harmful effects of movies, home videos and television programs on young people. The rating system is meant to provide audiovisual productions with both age-based and content-based ratings. It is designed to enable self-regulation by the audio-visual sector. The development of Kijkwijzer, which took place under the auspices of NICAM, the Netherlands Institute for the Classification of Audiovisual Media, is based (...)
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    Children’s Understanding of Television news.Janneke Vlijmen & Hans J. W. J. Beentjes - 1998 - Communications 23 (4):463-474.
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