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Amy Bree Becker
Amy Bree Becker
Associate Professor, Department of Communication, Loyola University Maryland
Verified email at loyola.edu - Homepage
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Moments of Zen: Effects of The Daily Show on information seeking and political learning
MA Xenos, AB Becker
Political Communication 26 (3), 317-332, 2009
2522009
The role of perceptions of media bias in general and issue-specific political participation
SS Ho, AR Binder, AB Becker, P Moy, DA Scheufele, D Brossard, ...
Mass Communication and Society 14 (3), 343-374, 2011
1062011
Political humor as democratic relief? The effects of exposure to comedy and straight news on trust and efficacy
AB Becker
Atlantic Journal of Communication 19 (5), 235-250, 2011
932011
Determinants of public support for same-sex marriage: Generational cohorts, social contact, and shifting attitudes
AB Becker
International Journal of Public Opinion Research, 2012
902012
Comedy types and political campaigns: The differential influence of other-directed hostile humor and self-ridicule on candidate evaluations
AB Becker
Mass Communication and Society 15 (6), 791-812, 2012
832012
Satire as a source for learning? The differential impact of news versus satire exposure on net neutrality knowledge gain
AB Becker, L Bode
Information, Communication & Society 21 (4), 612-625, 2018
782018
New Voters, New Outlook? Predispositions, Social Networks, and the Changing Politics of Gay Civil Rights*
AB Becker, DA Scheufele
Social Science Quarterly 92 (2), 324-345, 2011
782011
What’s marriage (and family) got to do with it? Support for same-sex marriage, legal unions, and gay and lesbian couples raising children.
AB Becker
Social Science Quarterly, 2012
662012
Humiliate my enemies or mock my friends? Applying disposition theory of humor to the study of political parody appreciation and attitudes toward candidates
AB Becker
Human Communication Research 40 (2), 137-160, 2014
642014
Star power? Advocacy, receptivity, and viewpoints on celebrity involvement in issue politics
AB Becker
Atlantic journal of communication 21 (1), 1-16, 2013
642013
Moral politicking: Public attitudes toward gay marriage in an election context
AB Becker, DA Scheufele
The International Journal of Press/Politics 14 (2), 186-211, 2009
592009
Sizing up The Daily Show: Audience perceptions of political comedy programming
AB Becker, MA Xenos, DJ Waisanen
Atlantic Journal of Communication 18 (3), 144-157, 2010
572010
Networked publics: How connective social media use facilitates political consumerism among LGBT Americans
AB Becker, L Copeland
Journal of Information Technology & Politics 13 (1), 22-36, 2016
542016
Not just funny after all: Sarcasm as a catalyst for public engagement with climate change
AA Anderson, AB Becker
Science Communication 40 (4), 524-540, 2018
502018
From funny features to entertaining effects: Connecting approaches to communication research on political comedy
AB Becker, DJ Waisanen
Review of Communication 13 (3), 161-183, 2013
502013
Playing with politics: Online political parody, affinity for political humor, anxiety reduction, and implications for political efficacy
AB Becker
Mass Communication and Society 17 (3), 424-445, 2014
492014
What about those interviews? The impact of exposure to political comedy and cable news on factual recall and anticipated political expression
AB Becker
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 25 (3), 344-356, 2013
432013
Making sense of The Daily Show
MA Xenos, P Moy, AB Becker
The Stewart/Colbert effect: Essays on the real impacts of fake news, 47-62, 2011
432011
Getting citizens involved: How controversial policy debates stimulate issue participation during a political campaign
AB Becker, KE Dalrymple, D Brossard, DA Scheufele, AC Gunther
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 22 (2), 181-203, 2010
432010
Employment discrimination, local school boards, and LGBT civil rights: Reviewing 25 years of public opinion data
AB Becker
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 26 (3), 342-354, 2014
422014
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