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Angeline Sangalang
Angeline Sangalang
Director of Research and Experimentation, Action for the Climate Emergency
Verified email at acespace.org
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The potential for narrative correctives to combat misinformation
A Sangalang, Y Ophir, JN Cappella
Journal of communication 69 (3), 298-319, 2019
1152019
Exploring audience involvement with an interactive narrative: implications for incorporating transmedia storytelling into entertainment-education campaigns
A Sangalang, JM Quintero Johnson, KE Ciancio
Critical Arts 27 (1), 127-146, 2013
752013
Testing the explanatory power of two measures of narrative involvement: An investigation of the influence of transportation and narrative engagement on the process of narrative …
JM Quintero Johnson, A Sangalang
Media Psychology 20 (1), 144-173, 2017
652017
Framing cancer for online news: Implications for popular perceptions of cancer
JM Riles, A Sangalang, RJ Hurley, D Tewksbury
Journal of Communication 65 (6), 1018-1040, 2015
552015
The effect of relational and interactive aspects of parasocial experiences on attitudes and message resistance
R Tukachinsky, A Sangalang
Communication Reports 29 (3), 175-188, 2016
472016
Identifying potential campaign themes to prevent youth initiation of e-cigarettes
A Sangalang, AC Volinsky, J Liu, Q Yang, SJ Lee, LA Gibson, RC Hornik
American Journal of Preventive Medicine 56 (2), S65-S75, 2019
382019
How is marijuana vaping portrayed on YouTube? Content, features, popularity and retransmission of vaping marijuana YouTube videos
Q Yang, A Sangalang, M Rooney, E Maloney, S Emery, JN Cappella
Journal of health communication 23 (4), 360-369, 2018
372018
Influence of Natural American Spirit advertising on current and former smokers’ perceptions and intentions
SK Gratale, EK Maloney, A Sangalang, JN Cappella
Tobacco Control 27 (5), 498-504, 2018
362018
Online cancer news: trends regarding article types, specific cancers, and the cancer continuum
RJ Hurley, JM Riles, A Sangalang
Health Communication 29 (1), 41-50, 2014
352014
Entertainment-education campaigns and COVID-19: How three global organizations adapted the health communication strategy for pandemic response and takeaways for the future
AH Riley, A Sangalang, E Critchlow, N Brown, R Mitra, B Campos Nesme
Health Communication 36 (1), 42-49, 2021
342021
Juxtaposition as Visual Argument: Health Rhetoric in Super Size Me and Fat Head
EF Bloomfield, A Sangalang
Argumentation and Advocacy 50 (3), 141-156, 2014
342014
Do emotions spark interest in alternative tobacco products?
L Popova, J So, A Sangalang, TB Neilands, PM Ling
Health Education & Behavior 44 (4), 598-612, 2017
302017
The emotional flow hypothesis in entertainment-education narratives: Theory, empirical evidence, and open questions
Y Ophir, A Sangalang, JN Cappella
Entertainment-education behind the scenes: Case studies for theory and …, 2021
182021
First-person, third-person, or bystander? Exploring the persuasive influence of perspective in mental health narratives
JM Quintero Johnson, A Sangalang, SY Park
Journal of health communication 26 (4), 225-238, 2021
152021
Mother goose and mother nature: designing stories to communicate information about climate change
A Sangalang, EF Bloomfield
Communication Studies 69 (5), 583-604, 2018
132018
Identifying promising campaign themes to prevent youth initiation of electronic cigarette use
A Sangalang, A Volinsky, Q Yang, J Liu, S Lee, LA Gibson, RC Hornik
Retrieved August 9, 2018, 2016
52016
The Need for Communication Research in Regulatory Science: Electronic Cigarettes as a Case Study.
A Sangalang
International Journal of Communication (19328036) 9, 2015
52015
Emotions and perceptions surrounding teaching climate change in the United States: results from a teacher survey
S Clayton, A Sangalang, R Anderson
Environmental Education Research, 1-11, 2023
32023
Attitudinal spillover from misleading natural cigarette marketing: An experiment examining current and former smokers’ support for tobacco industry regulation
SK Gratale, A Sangalang, EK Maloney, JN Cappella
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 16 (19), 3554, 2019
32019
Using stories to communicate electronic cigarette risk to young adults: Explicating similarity in narrative persuasion
AL Sangalang
University of Southern California, 2015
32015
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