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POL 151 - Introduction to Global Politics: Political Culture

Library Research Guide for POL 151 at Hope College.

Political Culture

POLITICAL CULTURE - BIBLIOGRAPHY


Baum, Matthew A. 2003. “Soft News and Political Knowledge: Evidence of Absence or Absence of Evidence?” Political Communication 20 (2): 173-91. (LINK)

Baumgartner, Jody, and Jonathan S. Morris. 2006. “The Daily Show Effect.” American Politics Research 34 (3): 341–67. (LINK)

Becker, Amy B. 2013. “What About Those Interviews? The Impact of Exposure to Political Comedy and Cable News on Factual Recall and Anticipated Political Expression.” International Journal of Public Opinion Research 25 (3): 344–56. (LINK)

Boukes, Mark, and Hajo G. Boomgaarden. 2015. “Soft News With Hard Consequences? Introducing a Nuanced Measure of Soft Versus Hard News Exposure and Its Relationship With Political Cynicism.” Communication Research 42 (5): 701–31. (LINK)

Brewer, Paul R., Dannagal Goldthwaite Young, and Michelle Morreale. 2013. “The Impact of Real News about ‘Fake News’: Intertextual Processes and Political Satire.” International Journal of Public Opinion Research 25 (3): 323–43. (LINK)

Feldman, Lauren. 2013. “Learning about Politics From The Daily Show : The Role of Viewer Orientation and Processing Motivations.” Mass Communication & Society 16 (4): 586–607. (LINK)

Feldman, Lauren, and Dannagal Goldthwaite Young. 2008. “Late-Night Comedy as a Gateway to Traditional News: An Analysis of Time Trends in News Attention Among Late-Night Comedy Viewers During the 2004 Presidential Primaries.” Political Communication 25 (4): 401–22. (LINK)

Guggenheim, Lauren, Nojin Kwak, and Scott W. Campbell. 2011. “Nontraditional News Negativity: The Relationship of Entertaining Political News Use to Political Cynicism and Mistrust.” International Journal of Public Opinion Research 23 (3): 287–314. (LINK)

Kruikemeier, Sanne, and Adam Shehata. 2017. “News Media Use and Political Engagement Among Adolescents: An Analysis of Virtuous Circles Using Panel Data.” Political Communication 34 (2): 221–42. (LINK)

PARKER, MEGAN R., LISA N. FOSTER, KATHERINE R. KROHN, and ROBERT L. WILLIAMS. 2009. “Relationship of College Students’ Patriotism to Use of Specific New Sources and Knowledge of Current Political Events.” Journal of Political & Military Sociology 37 (2): 205–26. (LINK)