Entertainment-education is a type of narrative messaging intervention that emotionally involves the viewer in the storyline and aims to effect social change – which can occur at the level of individual, community, or society. Essentially, the goal is to deliver prosocial health messages to positively influencing awareness, knowledge, attitudes, and/or behaviors.
Theories and practices include:
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