16 Publications
Selectively sharing satirical news: Strengthening an empirical understanding of how agreement, mirth, and perceived informativeness contribute to the diffusion of mediated comedy
Peifer, Jason TLee, Taeyoung and Koo, Gyo H
Computers in human behavior, vol. 128, pp. 107108, Mar 2022. | Journal Article
The Value of Explaining the Process: How Journalistic Transparency and Perceptions of News Media Importance Can (Sometimes) Foster Message Credibility and Engagement Intentions
Peifer, Jason T and Meisinger, Jared
Journalism & mass communication quarterly, vol. 98, (no. 3), pp. 828-853, Sep 2021. | Journal Article
Spoofing Presidential Hopefuls: The Roles of Affective Disposition and Positive Emotions in Prompting the Social Transmission of Debate Parody
Peifer, Jason T and Landreville, Kristen D
International journal of communication (Online), Jan 1, 2020. | Journal Article
Warring with the Press: The Influence of Elite Hostility, Emotions, and Perceptions of News Media Importance on Support for Journalism
Peifer, Jason T. and Peifer, Jason T
Journalism studies (London, England), vol. 21, (no. 13), pp. 1852-1872, Oct 2, 2020. | Journal Article
Risky satire: Examining how a traditional news outlet’s use of satire can affect audience perceptions and future engagement with the news source
Peifer, Jason TPeifer, Jason TPeifer, Jason TMyrick, Jessica GallMyrick, Jessica Gall and Myrick, Jessica Gall
Journalism, pp. 146488491983325, 2019-03-07. | Journal Article
Agenda Cueing Effects of News and Social Media
Stoycheff, ElizabethStoycheff, ElizabethPingree, Raymond JPingree, Raymond JPeifer, Jason TPeifer, Jason TSui, Mingxiao and Sui, Mingxiao
Media Psychology, vol. 21, (no. 2), pp. 201, 4/3/2018. | Journal Article
Imitation as Flattery: How TV News Parody's Media Criticism Can Influence Perceived News Media Importance and Media Trust
Peifer, Jason
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, vol. 95, (no. 3), pp. 734, 20180922. | Journal Article
Liking the (Funny) Messenger: The Influence of News Parody Exposure, Mirth, and Predispositions on Media Trust
Peifer, Jason T
Media Psychology, vol. 21, (no. 4), pp. 557, 10/2/2018. | Journal Article
Perceived News Media Importance: Developing and Validating a Measure for Personal Valuations of Normative Journalistic Functions
Peifer, Jason T. and Peifer, Jason T
Communication Methods and Measures, vol. 12, (no. 1), pp. 79, 1/2/2018. | Journal Article
Setting a Non-Agenda: Effects of a Perceived Lack of Problems in Recent News or Twitter
Pingree, Raymond JPingree, Raymond JStoycheff, ElizabethStoycheff, ElizabethSui, MingxiaoSui, MingxiaoPeifer, Jason T and Peifer, Jason T
Mass Communication and Society, vol. 21, (no. 5), pp. 584, 9/3/2018. | Journal Article
Appreciation of Pro-Attitudinal Versus Counter-Attitudinal Political Humor: A Cognitive Consistency Approach to the Study of Political Entertainment
Peifer, Jason T.Peifer, Jason THolbert, R. Lance and Holbert, R. Lance
Communication Quarterly, vol. 64, (no. 1), pp. 35, 1/1/2016. | Journal Article
Parody Humor's Process of Influence: The Roles of Sympathy and Enjoyment in Shaping Political Perceptions
Peifer, Jason T. and Peifer, Jason T
Mass Communication and Society, vol. 19, (no. 2), pp. 196, 3/3/2016. | Journal Article
Developing a Systematic Assessment of Humor in the Context of the 2012 U.S. General Election Debates
Peifer, Jason T.Peifer, Jason THolbert, R. Lance and Holbert, R. Lance
Argumentation and Advocacy, vol. 49, (no. 4), pp. 300, 3/1/2013. | Journal Article
Palin, Saturday Night Live, and Framing: Examining the Dynamics of Political Parody
Peifer, Jason T. and Peifer, Jason T
The Communication Review, vol. 16, (no. 3), pp. 177, 7/1/2013. | Journal Article
The Impudence of Being Earnest: Jon Stewart and the Boundaries of Discursive Responsibility
Carlson, MattCarlson, MattPeifer, Jason T. and Peifer, Jason T
Journal of Communication, vol. 63, (no. 2), pp. 350, 2013-04-00. | Journal Article
Can We Be Funny? The Social Responsibility of Political Humor
Peifer, Jason T. and Peifer, Jason T
Journal of Mass Media Ethics, vol. 27, (no. 4), pp. 276, 10/1/2012. | Journal Article