Article published in:
The Power of Satire
Edited by Marijke Meijer Drees and Sonja de Leeuw
[Topics in Humor Research 2] 2015
► pp. 3346
References

References

Baym, Geoffrey
2010From Cronkite to Colbert: The Evolution of Broadcast News. Boulder: Paradigm.Google Scholar
Baym, Geoffrey and Jeffrey P. Jones
2012News Parody and Political Satire Across the Globe. London: Routledge.Google Scholar
Bennett, Lance, Reginia Lawrence and Steven Livingson
2008When the Press Fails: Political Power and the News Media from Iraq to Katrina. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.Google Scholar
Carlson, Matt and Jason T. Peifer
2013 “The Impudence of Being Earnest: Jon Stewart and the Boundaries of Discursive Responsibility.” Journal of Communication 63(2): 333–350. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Chouliaraki, Lilie
2010 “Self-mediation: New Media and Citizenship.” Critical Discourse Studies 7(4): 227–232. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Coleman, Stephen
2005 “The Lonely Citizen: Indirect Representation in an Age of Networks.” Political Communication 22: 197–214. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Day, Amber
2011Satire and Dissent: Interventions in Contemporary Political Debate. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.Google Scholar
Delwiche, Aaron and Jennifer Jacobs Henderson
2012The Participatory Cultures Handbook. New York: Routledge.Google Scholar
Ettema, James S. and Theodore L. Glasser
1998Custodians of Conscience: Investigative Journalism and Public Virtue. New York: Columbia University Press.Google Scholar
Gray, Jonathan
2005Watching with The Simpsons: Television, Parody, and Intertextuality. London: Routledge.Google Scholar
2009 “Throwing Out the Welcome Mat: Public Figures as Guests and Victims in TV Satire.” In Satire TV: Politics and Comedy in the Post-Network Era, ed. by Jonathan Gray, Jeffrey P. Jones and Ethan Thompson, 147–166. New York: NYU Press.Google Scholar
Gray, Jonathan, Jeffrey P. Jones and Ethan Thompson
(eds.) 2009Satire TV: Politics and Comedy in the Post-Network Era. New York: NYU Press.Google Scholar
Harrington, Stephen
2014Australian TV News: New Forms, Functions, and Futures. Intellect, Ltd.Google Scholar
Hart, Roderick P. and Joanne Hartelius
2007 “The Political Sins of Jon Stewart.” Critical Studies in Media Communication 24(3): 263–272. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Hartley, John
2010 “Silly Citizenship.” Critical Discourse Studies 7(4): 233–248. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Jenkins, Henry
2009 “Why Mitt Romney Won’t Debate a Snowman.” In Satire TV: Politics and Comedy in the Post-Network Era, ed. by Jonathan Gray, Jeffrey P. Jones and Ethan Thompson, 187–209. New York: NYU Press.Google Scholar
Jenkins, Henry, Sam Ford and Joshua Green
2013Spreadable Media: Creating Value and Meaning in a Networked Culture. New York: NYU Press.Google Scholar
Jones, Jeffrey P.
2005Entertaining Politics: New Political Television and Civic Culture. Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield.Google Scholar
2010Entertaining Politics: Satiric Television and Political Engagement. 2nd ed. Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield.Google Scholar
2012 “Parody, Performativity, and Play: The Reinvigoration of Citizenship through Political Satire.” In A Companion to New Media Dynamics, ed. by John Hartley, Jean Burgess and Axel Bruns, 396–406. Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell.Google Scholar
2013a “Presidential Campaigns as Cultural Events: The Convergence of Politics and Popular Culture in Election 2012.” In The 2012 Presidential Campaign: A Communication Perspective, ed. by Robert E. Denton, Jr, 115–130. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.Google Scholar
2013b “Toward a New Vocabulary for Political Communication Research.” International Journal of Communication 7: 510–530.Google Scholar
Jones, Jeffrey P., Geoffrey Baym and Amber Day
2012 “Mr. Stewart and Mr. Colbert Go to Washington: Television Satirists Outside the Box.” Social Research 79(1): 33–60.Google Scholar
Linkins, Jason
2009 “Online Poll: Jon Stewart is America’s Most Trusted Newsman.” Huffington Post, http://​www​.huffingtonpost​.com​/2009​/07​/22​/time​-magazine​-poll​-jon​-st​_n​_242933​.html.Google Scholar
McClennen, Sophia A.
2011Colbert’s America: Satire and Democracy. New York: Palgrave McMillan.Google Scholar
Meikle, Graham
2008 “Whacking Bush: Tactical Media as Play.” In Digital Media and Democracy, ed. by Megan Boler, 367–382. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.Google Scholar
Morris, Meaghan and Paul Patton
(eds.) 1979Michel Foucault: Power, Truth, Strategy. Sydney: Feral Publications.Google Scholar
Rorty, Richard
1989Contingency, Irony, and Solidarity. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Silverstone, Roger
1999Why Study the Media? Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.Google Scholar
Test, George A.
1991Satire: Spirit and Art. Tampa: University of South Florida Press.Google Scholar
Tinic, Serra
2009 “Speaking ‘Truth’ to Power? Television Satire, Rick Mercer Report, and the Politics of Place and Space.” In Satire TV: Politics and Comedy in the Post-Network Era, ed. by Jonathan Gray, Jeffrey P. Jones and Ethan Thompson, 167–186. New York: NYU Press.Google Scholar
Van Zoonen, Liesbet
2012 “ I-pistemology: Changing Truth Claims in Popular and Political Culture.” European Journal of Communication 27(3): 56–67. CrossrefGoogle Scholar