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Communication Mediation Model of Late-Night Comedy
Unformatted Document Text:  COMMUNICATION MEDIATION MODEL OF LATE-NIGHT COMEDY 25 Table 1. Mediation of the association between late-night comedy exposure and political participation through interpersonal talk (N = 768 in experiment) Table 2. Individual mediating effects of structural features of talk on the relationship between late-night comedy exposure and political participation (N = 768 in experiment) Note: L: late-night comedy exposure; D: discussion frequency; O: online interaction; H: heterogeneous discussion; P: political participation; CIs are bias-corrected and -accelerated 95% confidence intervals (Bootstrap N = 5,000). Table 3. Mediation of the association between late-night comedy use and political participation through interpersonal talk (N = 777 in survey) Table 4. Individual mediating effects of structural features of talk on the relationship between late-night comedy use and political participation (N = 777 in survey) Note: L: late-night comedy exposure; D: discussion frequency; N: network size discussion; P: political participation; CIs are bias-corrected 95% confidence intervals (Bootstrap N = 5,000). # p < .10; * p < .05; ** p < .01; *** p < .001 Total, Direct, and Formal Tests of Indirect Effects Indirect Effects Total Direct Indirect Sobel z CI Late-night .475 *** .078 .397 *** 3.176 .150 to 645 comedy exposure (.153) (.092) (.125) Individual Indirect Effect Point Estimate SE Sobel z CI L → D → P .172 ** .065 2.646 .055 to .307 L → O → P .229 ** .077 2.974 .080 to .383 L → H → P -.004 .009 -.444 -.031 to .008 Total, Direct, and Formal Tests of Indirect Effects Indirect Effects Total Direct Indirect Sobel z CI Late-night .098 ** .071 * .027 * 1.929 .001 to .056 comedy use (.035) (.032) (.014) Individual Indirect Effect Point Estimate SE Sobel z CI L → D → P .009 * .004 2.250 .002 to .017 L → N → P .018 # .011 1.636 -.004 to .039

Authors: Lee, Hoon.
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COMMUNICATION MEDIATION MODEL OF LATE-NIGHT COMEDY
  25
Table 1. Mediation of the association between late-night comedy exposure and political  
participation through interpersonal talk (N = 768 in experiment)
Table 2. Individual mediating effects of structural features of talk on the relationship between 
late-night comedy exposure and political participation (N = 768 in experiment)
Note: L: late-night comedy exposure; D: discussion frequency; O: online interaction; H: 
heterogeneous discussion; P: political participation; CIs are bias-corrected and -accelerated 95% 
confidence intervals (Bootstrap N = 5,000). 
Table 3. Mediation of the association between late-night comedy use and political participation  
through interpersonal talk (N = 777 in survey)
Table 4. Individual mediating effects of structural features of talk on the relationship between 
late-night comedy use and political participation (N = 777 in survey)
Note: L: late-night comedy exposure; D: discussion frequency; N: network size discussion; P: 
political participation; CIs are bias-corrected 95% confidence intervals (Bootstrap N = 5,000).
#
< .10; 
*
< .05; 
**
< .01; 
***
< .001
Total, Direct, and
Formal Tests of
Indirect Effects
Indirect Effects
Total
Direct
Indirect
Sobel z
CI
Late-night 
.475
***
.078
.397
***
3.176
.150 to 645
comedy exposure
(.153)
(.092)
(.125)
Individual Indirect Effect
Point Estimate
SE
Sobel z
CI
L → D → P
.172
**
.065
2.646
.055 to .307
L → O → P
.229
**
.077
2.974
.080 to .383
L → H → P
-.004
.009
-.444
-.031 to .008
Total, Direct, and
Formal Tests of
Indirect Effects
Indirect Effects
Total
Direct
Indirect
Sobel z
CI
Late-night 
.098
**
.071
*
.027
*
1.929
.001 to .056
comedy use
(.035)
(.032)
(.014)
Individual Indirect Effect
Point Estimate
SE
Sobel z
CI
L → D → P
.009
*
.004
2.250
.002 to .017
L → N → P
.018
#
.011
1.636
-.004 to .039


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