The Irony of Satire

@article{LaMarre2009TheIO,
  title={The Irony of Satire},
  author={H. LaMarre and Kristen D. Landreville and Michael A. Beam},
  journal={The International Journal of Press/Politics},
  year={2009},
  volume={14},
  pages={212 - 231}
}
This study investigated biased message processing of political satire in The Colbert Report and the influence of political ideology on perceptions of Stephen Colbert. Results indicate that political ideology influences biased processing of ambiguous political messages and source in late-night comedy. Using data from an experiment (N = 332), we found that individual-level political ideology significantly predicted perceptions of Colbert's political ideology. Additionally, there was no… Expand
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