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Abbreviation : EE
Long Form : entertainment-education
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2020 The Value of Media Studies Approaches for the Evaluation of Entertainment Education: A Case Study of East Los High. ---
2019 A White Family's Oral Storytelling About Cancer Generates More Favorable Evaluations From Black American Audiences. POC
2019 Toward spreadable entertainment-education: leveraging social influence in online networks. ---
2018 Developing a Motion Comic for HIV/STD Prevention for Young People Ages 15-24, Part 1: Listening to Your Target Audience. HBM, HIV, KABI, SM, STD
2016 Bobbi Be Best: the development and evaluation of an audio program and discussion guide to promote exclusive breastfeeding in Cameroon, Central Africa. EBF
2016 Community perceptions of behaviour change communication interventions of the maternal neonatal and child health programme in rural Bangladesh: an exploratory study. BCC, CHW, IMNCS, IPC, MNCH
2013 Understanding the effectiveness of the entertainment-education strategy: an investigation of how audience involvement, message processing, and message design influence health information recall. ---
2012 The difficult balance between entertainment and education: a qualitative evaluation of a Dutch health-promoting documentary series. ---
2012 Using entertainment-education to promote cervical cancer screening in Thai women. ---
10  2008 The paradox of realism and "authenticity" in entertainment-education: a study of adolescents' views about anti-drug abuse dramas. ---
11  2007 Applying behavioral science to behavior change communication: the pathways to change tools. BCC
12  2007 Evaluating a Minor Storyline on ER About Teen Obesity, Hypertension, and 5 A Day. ---
13  2007 Narrative intervention in behavior and public health. ---
14  2005 Embedding health messages into entertainment television: effect on gay men's response to a syphilis outbreak. MSM