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Learning about Politics from The Daily Show: The Role of Processing Motivations
Unformatted Document Text:  Learning from The Daily Show 24 Hollander, B. A. (2005). Late-night learning: Do entertainment programs increase political campaign knowledge for young viewers? Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media, 49, 402-415. Johnson, T. J., Braima, M. A. M., & Sothirajah, J. (1999). Doing the traditional media sidestep: Comparing the effects of the internet and other nontraditional media with traditional media in the 1996 presidential campaign. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 76(1), 99-123. Kim, Y. M., & Vishak, J. (2008). Just laugh! You don’t need to remember: The effects of entertainment media on political information acquisition and information processing in political judgment. Journal of Communication, 58, 338-360. Moy, P., Xenos, M. A., & Hess, V. K. (2006). Priming effects of late-night comedy. International Journal of Public Opinion Research, 18(2), 198-210. Nabi, R. L., Moyer-Guse, E., & Byrne, S. (2007). All joking aside: A serious investigation into the persuasive effect of funny social issue messages. Communication Monographs, 74, 29-54. Neuman, W. R. (1976). Patterns of recall among television news viewers. Public Opinion Quarterly, 40(1), 115-123. Niven, D., Lichter, S. R., & Amundson, D. (2003). The political content of late night comedy. Harvard International Journal of Press/Politics, 8(3), 118-133. Nymag.com (2008, January 9). Jon Stewart's Nielsen ratings down 15 percent; Colbert's up 11 percent. Retrieved from http://nymag.com/daily/entertainment/2008/01/stewarts_ratings_down_15_colbe.ht ml

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Learning from The Daily Show
24
Hollander, B. A. (2005). Late-night learning: Do entertainment programs increase political
campaign knowledge for young viewers? Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media
49, 402-415.
Johnson, T. J., Braima, M. A. M., & Sothirajah, J. (1999). Doing the traditional media sidestep: 
Comparing the effects of the internet and other nontraditional media with traditional 
media in the 1996 presidential campaign. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly,  
76(1), 99-123.
Kim, Y. M., & Vishak, J. (2008). Just laugh! You don’t need to remember: The effects of 
entertainment media on political information acquisition and information processing in 
political judgment. Journal of Communication58, 338-360.
Moy, P., Xenos, M. A., & Hess, V. K. (2006). Priming effects of late-night comedy
International Journal of Public Opinion Research18(2), 198-210.
Nabi, R. L., Moyer-Guse, E., & Byrne, S. (2007). All joking aside: A serious investigation into 
the persuasive effect of funny social issue messages. Communication Monographs74
29-54.
Neuman, W. R. (1976). Patterns of recall among television news viewers. Public Opinion 
Quarterly, 40(1), 115-123. 
Niven, D., Lichter, S. R., & Amundson, D. (2003). The political content of late night comedy. 
Harvard International Journal of Press/Politics8(3), 118-133.
Nymag.com (2008, January 9). Jon Stewart's Nielsen ratings down 15 percent; Colbert's up 11 
percent. Retrieved from 


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