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2. Lecheler S., Schuck A. R. T. & De Vreese C. H. (2013). Dealing with feelings: Positive and negative discrete emotions as mediators of news framing effects. Communications. 38. 189-209.
3. Clark, Christina & Rumbold, Kate. (2006). Reading for Pleasure: A Research Overview. National Literacy Trust.