A pesquisa experimental sobre comunicação de utilidade pública: uma revisão sistemática

Wladimir Ganzelevitch Gramacho, Emilly Ramos Behnke, Vitória Cavalcanti de Souza

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O artigo analisa as principais características de estudos experimentais sobre comunicação de utilidade pública divulgados em 2016 por periódicos classificados no estrato A1 do Qualis/Capes nas áreas de comunicação, ciência política, psicologia e saúde coletiva. Dentre os 38 estudos selecionados, foi mais comum a análise dos efeitos de textos sobre intenções de comportamento.

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Metodologia experimental; Comunicação pública; Comunicação em Saúde; Revisão sistemática

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B2 - Educação

B2 - Planejamento Urbano e Regional / Demografia

B4 - Adminitração Pública de Empresas, Ciências Contáveis e Turismo

B4 - Direito

B4 - Sociologia

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