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Juan Jose Igartua

  • PhD
  • Professor
  • University of Salamanca
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Recent publications

  • How the interplay of imagined contact and first-person narratives improves attitudes toward stigmatized immigrants: A conditional process model

    • Igartua J
    • Wojcieszak M
    • Kim N
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  • “If it hooks you, share it on social networks”. Joint effects of character similarity and imagined contact on the intention to share a short narrative in favor of immigration

    • Igartua J
    • Wojcieszak M
    • Cachón-Ramón D
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Professional experience

Professor

University of Salamanca

February 1997 - Present

About

Professor of Media Psychology Juan-José Igartua (PhD in Social Psychology, 1996) is a (Full) Professor of Media Psychology at the University of Salamanca (Spain). His research focuses on the analysis of media effects and, in particular, entertainment media theory, narrative persuasion, analysis of socio-cognitive effects of news frames, health communication, and media and immigration. He has published research articles in prestigious peer-review journals such as Journal of Communication, Communications-The European Journal of Communication Research, Journal of Media Psychology, Journal of Health Communication, International Journal of Communication, and International Journal of Psychology, among others.

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