Parasocial interaction (PSI) offers an explanation of the ways in which audience members develop their one-sided relationships with the media being consumed. PSI is described as an illusionary experience, such that media audiences interact with personas (e.g., talk show host, celebrities, characters) as if they are engaged in a reciprocal relationship with them, and feel as though a mediated other is talking directly to them. PSI can be developed to the point where media audiences begin to view the mediated others as “real friends”. Feelings of PSI are nurtured through carefully constructed mechanisms, such as verbal and nonverbal interaction cues, and can carry over to subsequent encounters.

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  • Unter parasozialer Interaktion wird ein besonderes (abweichendes, ersatzweise geübtes) soziales Verhalten verstanden, gekennzeichnet dadurch, dass ein Akteur (eine physische Person) mit Individuen oder Gruppen interagiert, deren Hörbereitschaft, Antwortfähigkeit oder gar Existenz völlig dahinstehen, jedoch organisatorisch oder technisch fingiert werden können, oder die als Ansprechpartner einfach unterstellt werden. Das Phänomen ist sehr alt. Agnostisch genommen fällt auch das Gebet darunter, beziehungsweise seit der Ur- und Frühgeschichte das innere Gespräch mit Verstorbenen. Wissenssoziologisch fällt es in den Bereich der gesellschaftlichen Konstruktion der Wirklichkeit. (de)
  • Parasocial interaction (PSI) offers an explanation of the ways in which audience members develop their one-sided relationships with the media being consumed. PSI is described as an illusionary experience, such that media audiences interact with personas (e.g., talk show host, celebrities, characters) as if they are engaged in a reciprocal relationship with them, and feel as though a mediated other is talking directly to them. PSI can be developed to the point where media audiences begin to view the mediated others as “real friends”. Feelings of PSI are nurtured through carefully constructed mechanisms, such as verbal and nonverbal interaction cues, and can carry over to subsequent encounters. (en)
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  • Parasocial interaction (PSI) offers an explanation of the ways in which audience members develop their one-sided relationships with the media being consumed. PSI is described as an illusionary experience, such that media audiences interact with personas (e.g., talk show host, celebrities, characters) as if they are engaged in a reciprocal relationship with them, and feel as though a mediated other is talking directly to them. PSI can be developed to the point where media audiences begin to view the mediated others as “real friends”. Feelings of PSI are nurtured through carefully constructed mechanisms, such as verbal and nonverbal interaction cues, and can carry over to subsequent encounters. (en)
  • Unter parasozialer Interaktion wird ein besonderes (abweichendes, ersatzweise geübtes) soziales Verhalten verstanden, gekennzeichnet dadurch, dass ein Akteur (eine physische Person) mit Individuen oder Gruppen interagiert, deren Hörbereitschaft, Antwortfähigkeit oder gar Existenz völlig dahinstehen, jedoch organisatorisch oder technisch fingiert werden können, oder die als Ansprechpartner einfach unterstellt werden. (de)
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  • Parasoziale Interaktion (de)
  • Parasocial interaction (en)
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