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Publications by Oliver, Mary Beth

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Journal article

Rieger, Diana; Frischlich, Lena; Oliver, Mary Beth (2018): Meaningful entertainment experiences and self-transcendence: Cultural variations shape elevation, values, and moral intentions. In: International Communication Gazette, Vol. 80, No. 7: pp. 658-676 [PDF, 242kB]

Bartsch, Anne; Oliver, Mary Beth; Nitsch, Cordula; Scherr, Sebastian (2018): Inspired by the Paralympics: Effects of Empathy on Audience Interest in Para-Sports and on the Destigmatization of Persons With Disabilities. In: Communication Research, Vol. 45, No. 4: pp. 525-553 [PDF, 298kB]

Oliver, Mary Beth; Raney, Arthur A.; Slater, Michael D.; Appel, Markus; Hartmann, Tilo; Bartsch, Anne; Schneider, Frank M.; Janicke-Bowles, Sophie H.; Kraemer, Nicole; Mares, Marie-Louise; Vorderer, Peter; Rieger, Diana; Dale, Katherine R.; Das, Enny (2018): Self-transcendent Media Experiences: Taking Meaningful Media to a Higher Level. In: Journal of Communication, Vol. 68, No. 2: pp. 380-389

Oliver, Mary Beth; Bartsch, Anne (2011): Appreciation of entertainment. The importance of meaningfulness via virtue and wisdom. In: Journal of Media Psychology, Vol. 23, No. 1: pp. 29-33 [PDF, 379kB]

Bartsch, Anne; Oliver, Mary Beth (2011): Making sense of entertainment. On the interplay of emotion and cognition in entertainment experience. In: Journal of Media Psychology, Vol. 23, No. 1: pp. 12-17 [PDF, 333kB]

Oliver, Mary Beth; Bartsch, Anne (2010): Appreciation as audience response. Exploring entertainment gratifications beyond hedonism. In: Human Communication Research, Vol. 36, No. 1: pp. 53-81 [PDF, 500kB]

Book Section

Bartsch, Anne; Oliver, Mary Beth (2017): Appreciation of meaningful entertainment experiences and eudaimonic well-being. In: Reinecke, Leonard; Oliver, Mary Beth (eds.) : The Routledge handbook of media use and well-being ; international perspectives on theory and research on positive media effects. Routledge Handbooks, 1. Auflage. New York ; London: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group. pp. 80-92

Rieger, Diana (2017): Meaning, mortality salience and media use. In: Reinecke, Leonard; Oliver, Mary Beth (eds.) : The Routledge handbook of media use and well-being ; international perspectives on theory and research on positive media effects. New York ; London: Taylor & Francis. pp. 93-105

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