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edutainment

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Interactive education and entertainment services or software, usually supplied commercially via a cable network or on CD-ROM.
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edutainment

(EDUcational enterTAINMENT) Educational material that is also entertaining. It refers to material for young children, which is mostly developed with an entertaining flair, as well as documentaries aimed at adults that are either humorous or fascinating in their execution.
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The influence of viewing an entertainment-education program on cornea donation intention: A test of the theory of planned behavior.
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Entertainment-education practitioners need to have a "marginal gaze where things look strange enough to present themselves as puzzles" (Neumann 2008).
Entertainment-education: A Communication Strategy for Social Change.
Entertainment-education interventions contribute to the process of directed social change, which can occur at different levels-at the level of an individual, a community, or a society.
The first recognizable entertainment-education interventions occurred on radio with The Archers in 1951 and on television with Simplemente Maria in 1969.
Sood, Menard, and Witte (2004) offer a review on the theory behind entertainment-education and point out a rapidly growing theoretically rich body of research (pp.
PMC has adapted and replicated this model for entertainment-education in 15 countries around the world.
The entertainment-education strategy has now spread to 75 countries.
But, as long as the promoted behavior is positive, the entertainment-education strategy is good for both the viewers and commercial sales.