David C. Giles
David C. Giles
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Parasocial interaction: A review of the literature and a model for future research
DC Giles
Media psychology 4 (3), 279-305, 2002
Illusions immortality: A psychology of fame and celebrity
D Giles
Macmillan International Higher Education, 2000
Media psychology
D Giles
Routledge, 2003
The role of media figures in adolescent development: Relations between autonomy, attachment, and interest in celebrities
DC Giles, J Maltby
Personality and individual differences 36 (4), 813-822, 2004
Advanced research methods in psychology
D Giles
Routledge, 2013
Inside the “pro-ana” community: A covert online participant observation
SR Brotsky, D Giles
Eating disorders 15 (2), 93-109, 2007
Constructing identities in cyberspace: The case of eating disorders
D Giles
British journal of social psychology 45 (3), 463-477, 2006
Microanalysis of online data: The methodological development of “digital CA”
D Giles, W Stommel, T Paulus, J Lester, D Reed
Discourse, Context & Media 7, 45-51, 2015
Intense‐personal celebrity worship and body image: Evidence of a link among female adolescents
J Maltby, DC Giles, L Barber, LE McCutcheon
British journal of health psychology 10 (1), 17-32, 2005
Motherhood on ice? A media framing analysis of older mothers in the UK news
RL Shaw, DC Giles
Psychology and health 24 (2), 221-236, 2009
Psychologie médií
D Giles
Grada Publishing as, 2012
Self-and other-diagnosis in user-led mental health online communities
DC Giles, J Newbold
Qualitative health research 21 (3), 419-428, 2011
Psychology of the media
D Giles
Macmillan International Higher Education, 2010
Does hope predict adjustment to end‐stage renal failure and consequent dialysis?
E Billington, J Simpson, J Unwin, D Bray, D Giles
British journal of health psychology 13 (4), 683-699, 2008
DSM-V is taking away our identity’: The reaction of the online community to the proposed changes in the diagnosis of Asperger’s disorder
DC Giles
Health: 18 (2), 179-195, 2014
Being a celebrity: a phenomenology of fame
D Rockwell, DC Giles
Journal of phenomenological psychology 40 (2), 178, 2009
Keeping the public in their place: audience participation in lifestyle television programming
DC Giles
Discourse & Society 13 (5), 603-628, 2002
The psychological meaning of personal record collections and the impact of changing technological forms
DC Giles, S Pietrzykowski, KE Clark
Journal of Economic Psychology 28 (4), 429-443, 2007
Exposure to ‘lad magazines’ and drive for muscularity in dating and non-dating young men
DC Giles, J Close
Personality and Individual Differences 44 (7), 1610-1616, 2008
‘Is this normal?’The role of category predicates in constructing mental illness online
DC Giles, J Newbold
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 18 (4), 476-490, 2013
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