The Differing Effects of Narrative Transportation Across Animated and Live Action Movies
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YU Student Library Research Award 2022 / Open Access
This paper looks to request permission to conduct a full study to determine the differences in the levels of Narrative Transportation between animated and live action films. With over two decades of study, Narrative Transportation has been at the forefront of the recent scientific community. Based upon previous studies in the field, we hypothesized that animated and live action movies would create different levels of Narrative Transportation based solely on the differing properties of the two styles. Specifically, due to the complete control and computer generated content present in animated movies, their corresponding levels of Narrative Transportation would be higher than those found in movies made using a live action format. After conducting a pilot study to this effect, we found data that would support this hypothesis. Due to the nature of the pilot study though, we could not confirm our findings. We therefore are requesting to conduct a full study in order to determine if animated movies do produce higher levels of Narrative Transportation as compared to live action movies.
Friedman, S. (2022, May). The Differing Effects of Narrative Transportation Across Animated and Live Action Movies. Yeshiva University Libraries, Yeshiva University.
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