Stewart/Colbert Effect Essays on the Real Impacts of Fake News
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Description: The Daily Show with Jon Stewart and The Colbert Report have attracted much interest in recent years from popular audiences as well as scholars in various disciplines. Both Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert have been named on Time magazine's list of the most influential people in the world. The ten essays in this interdisciplinary collection explore the issues engendered by the popularity of entertainment news, including the role of satire in politics, the declining level of trust in traditional sources of media, the shows' cathartic or informational function, and the ways in which these shows influence public opinion. It is a vital addition to the scholarship on the collision of pop culture and politics.
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Copyright year: 2011
Publisher: McFarland & Company, Incorporated Publishers
Publication date: 5/2/2011
Size: 5.75" wide x 8.75" long x 0.25" tall
|Introduction: Surveying Scholarship on The Daily Show and The Colbert Report|
|New Research on The Daily Show and The Colbert Report|
|The Science of Satire: The Daily Show and The Colbert Report as Sources of Public Attention to Science and the Environment|
|Making Sense of The Daily Show: Understanding the Role of Partisan Heuristics in Political Comedy Effects|
|Stoned Slackers or Super-Citizens? The Daily Show Viewing and Political Engagement of Young Adults|
|Is Fake News the Real News? The Significance of Stewart and Colbert for Democratic Discourse, Politics, and Policy|
|Jon Stewart a Heretic? Surely You Jest: Political Participation and Discussion Among Viewers of Late-Night Comedy Programming|
|Irony and the News: Speaking Through Cool to American Youth|
|Wise Fools: Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert as Modern-Day Jesters in the American Court|
|I Am the Mainstream Media (and So Can You!)|
|It's All About Meme: The Art of the Interview and the Insatiable Ego of the Colbert Bump|
|Real Ethical Concerns and Fake News: The Daily Show and the Challenge of the New Media Environment|
|About the Contributors|