The European Journal of Humour Research

Vol 12, No 1 (2024)

Book review: Koivukoski, Joonas (2022). Political Humour in the Hybrid Media environment: Studies on Journalistic Satire and Amusing Advocacy. University or Helsinki.

Aleksandar Takovski


Book review


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Bode, L., & Becker, A. B. (2018). Go fix it: Comedy as an agent of political activation. Social Science Quarterly, 99(5), 1572-1584.

Chattoo, C. B., & Feldman, L. (2017). Storytelling for social change: Leveraging documentary

and comedy for public engagement in global poverty. Journal of Communication, 67(5), 678-701.

Feldman, L., & Borum Chattoo, C. (2019). Comedy as a route to social change: The effects of

satire and news on persuasion about Syrian refugees. Mass Communication and Society, 22(3), 277-300.

LaMarre, H. L., Landreville, K. D., & Beam, M. A. (2009). The irony of satire: Political ideology and the motivation to see what you want to see in The Colbert Report. The International Journal of Press/Politics, 14(2), 212-231.

Otto, L., Glogger, I., & Boukes, M. (2017). The softening of journalistic political communication: A comprehensive framework model of sensationalism, soft news, infotainment, and tabloidisation. Communication Theory, 27(2), 136-155.

Sørensen, M. J. (2016). Humour in political activism: Creative nonviolent resistance. Springer.

Young, D. G. (2020). Irony and outrage: The polarised landscape of rage, fear, and laughter in the United States. Oxford University Press.