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Tijdschrift voor gezondheidswetenschappen

, Volume 95, Issue 5, pp 200–203 | Cite as

Voorlichtingsmaterialen over alcohol voor vmbo- en praktijkscholieren

Verbeteren narratieven de effecten?
  • Simon Zebregs
  • Bas van den PutteEmail author
  • Anneke de Graaf
  • Jeroen Lammers
  • Peter Neijens
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Health education about alcohol for prevocational and special education students

Do narratives improve effectiveness?

Abstract

In this paper we present three studies that have been conducted amongst first year prevocational and special education students in which we examined whether narratives increase the effectiveness of health education materials. We compare various forms of narratives with standard expository materials. Results show short-term effects of exposure to health education materials on knowledge about the negative consequences of drinking alcohol. This effect is similar for materials with and without narratives. We did not find any effects on attitude or intention to drink alcohol.

Keywords

health education alcohol narratives 

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© Bohn Stafleu van Loghum, onderdeel van Springer Media B.V. 2017

Authors and Affiliations

  • Simon Zebregs
    • 1
  • Bas van den Putte
    • 1
    • 3
    Email author
  • Anneke de Graaf
    • 2
  • Jeroen Lammers
    • 3
  • Peter Neijens
    • 1
  1. 1.Amsterdam School of Communication Research ASCoR, Afdeling CommunicatiewetenschapUniversiteit van AmsterdamAmsterdamNederland
  2. 2.Centre for Language StudiesRadboud UniversiteitNijmegenNederland
  3. 3.Trimbos-InstituutUtrechtNederland

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