Narrative versus style: Effect of genre-typical events versus genre-typical filmic realizations on film viewers’ genre recognition
Visch, V.; Tan, E.;
This study investigated whether film viewers recognize four basic genres (comic, drama, action and nonfiction) on the basis of genre-typical event cues or of genretypical filmic realization cues of events. Event cues are similar to the narrative content of a film sequen... View more
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