Book review: Milbrodt, Teresa (2022). Sexy Like Us: Disability, Humour, and Sexuality. Jackson: University Press of Mississippi.
Abstract Book review References Castells, M. (1996). The network society. The information age: Economy, society and culture. Vol. 1. Blackwell. Debord, G. (1977 ). The
Abstract This article examines how humour in Arabic stand-up comedies is translated into English in an audio-visual context. The study uses a case study of
Abstract Book review References Eco, U. (2004). Mouse or rat? Translation as negotiation. Phoenix. Noonan, W. (2013). Self-translation, self-reflection, self-derision: Samuel Beckett’s bilingual humour’. Self-Translation:
Book review: London, John & Gabriel Sansano (2022). Acting Funny on the Catalan Stage. El teatre còmic en català (1900-2016). Oxford: Peter Lang.
Abstract Book review References Pirandello, L. (2013). L’humorisme. Adesiara.
Abstract The present study was conducted with the purpose of investigating the use of humour by EFL teachers in a private language institute in the
The tsifteteli of irony and the dance of the ignorant Lilipuans: a cultural identity conflict in an ostensibly childish song
Abstract This paper studies the old Greek children’s radio show Edo Lilipoupoli transmitted from December 1977 to May 1980 by the Third Program of the
Book review: Davis, Jessica Milner (ed.) (2022). Humour in Asian Cultures: Tradition and Context. London and New York: Routledge.
Abstract Book review References Attardo, S. (2001). Humorous Texts: A Semantic and Pragmatic Analysis. Berlin and New York: Mouton De Gruyter. Kitazume, S. (2008).
‘Are we laughing at the same?’: a contrastive analysis of Covid-related memes in Czech, Chinese and Spanish
Abstract Humour is often employed as a coping mechanism, with therapeutic effects on those producing and receiving it (Christopher 2015; Samson & Gross 2012). This
Book review: Ervine, Jonathan (2019). Humour in Contemporary France: Controversy, Consensus, and Contradictions. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press.
Abstract Book review References Archakis, A. & Tsakona, V. (2021). ‘Greek migrant jokes online: a diachronic-comparative study on racist humorous representations’. Internet Pragmatics 4 (1),
Abstract This study is a visual semiotics analysis of Coronavirus memetic humour, aimed at ascertaining the implied meanings of selected Covid-19 related Facebook memes that
Abstract Amid the deluge of serious social media posts regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, humorous posts brought users much-needed respite. This article reviews studies on social
Abstract Science popularisation has received widespread interest in the last decade. With the rapid evolution from print to digital modes of information, science outreach has
Abstract This article analyses the use of proverbs in the American version of the sitcom The Office, especially in relation to Michael Scott, the
Abstract Humour in military organizations can be antithetical given the rigid hierarchy, high degrees of work formalization, and obedience to hierarchy. This paper explores how