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Identification aux personnages de fiction : comment standardiser le risque de contagion suicidaire ?

Abstract : The cinematic representation of a suicide could have an impact on the suicide rate. When it leads to the imitation of the suicidal act, this identificatory projection is named "Werther effect" (WE); the "Papageno effect" (PE) is a potential prevention when a such scene is visualised. This article tends to understand the role of identification to the character in suicide scenes, to quantify the risk of PE and WE. We relied on three scientific bibliographies: those on suicidal contagion, on communication studies, and on film studies. We analysed the positive and negative effects of the film on behaviour.
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Christophe Gauld. Identification aux personnages de fiction : comment standardiser le risque de contagion suicidaire ?. 2020. ⟨hal-02490138⟩

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