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  1. Television Stories and the Cultivation of Moral Reasoning: The Role of Genre Exposure and Narrative Engageability.Cornelia Schnell & Helena K. Bilandzic - 2017 - Journal of Media Ethics 32 (4):202-220.
    ABSTRACTThis study explores the potential of television genres to cultivate different types of moral reasoning. In a prolonged exposure experiment, participants were exposed to video material from 1 of 3 genres over the course of 4 weeks. Using the Neo-Kohlbergian approach, the study measured effects of genre exposure on the strength of personal interest reasoning, maintaining norms reasoning, and postconventional reasoning, taking into account individuals’ predisposition to become engaged in narratives. Although exposure to crime drama had no influence, medical drama (...)
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