The present study aims at deepening the role played by potential voters' political orientation in the effects of parodies. As previously shown for the role of in-group affect in the positive evaluation of one's own politician, the work points out how leftist voters are more negatively influenced by the critical side of a parody than rightist ones.

D'Errico, F., & Poggi, I. (2016). When the 'truth' can (softly) hurt. Effects of political orientation on different forms of parody. In 7th IEEE International Conference on Cognitive Infocommunications, CogInfoCom 2016 - Proceedings (pp. 219-225). Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc. [10.1109/CogInfoCom.2016.7804552].

When the 'truth' can (softly) hurt. Effects of political orientation on different forms of parody

D'ERRICO, FRANCESCA
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POGGI, Isabella
2016

Abstract

The present study aims at deepening the role played by potential voters' political orientation in the effects of parodies. As previously shown for the role of in-group affect in the positive evaluation of one's own politician, the work points out how leftist voters are more negatively influenced by the critical side of a parody than rightist ones.
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