Vol. 5 No. 4 (2017): Playing with Aggression. In memoriam Christie Davies
Playing with Aggression. In memoriam Christie Davies

Articles

Dorota Brzozowska, Władysław Chłopicki, Villy Tsakona
1-2
From the Editors of the European Journal of Humour Research
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Delia Chiaro, Giselinde Kuipers
3-6
Introduction
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Jessica Milner Davis
7
Christie Davies
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Giselinde Kuipers
8-14
Images
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John Christopher Davies
15-28
The progress of Australian humour in Britain
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Jessica Milner Davis
29-36
Unmasking Christie
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Victor Raskin
37-40
Christie Davies and substantive reality
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Delia Chiaro
41-50
“Vivi Pericolosamente”: Christie Davies, Italians and dangerous things
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Salvatore Attardo
51-52
Two lessons from Christie Davies
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Giovannantonio Forabosco
53-55
Carabinieri?
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Elliott Oring
56-66
The consolations of humor
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Władysław Chłopicki, Dorota Brzozowska
67-84
Polish highlander jokes and their targets
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Liisi Laineste, Anastasiya Fiadotava
85-111
Globalisation and ethnic jokes: A new look on an old tradition in Belarus and Estonia
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Anna T. Litovkina
112-135
“Make love, not war…Get married and do both”: Negative aspects of marriage in anti-proverbs and wellerisms
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Villy Tsakona
136-157
“This is not a political party, this is Facebook!”: Political jokes and political (mis)trust in crisis-ridden Greece
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Debra Aarons, Marc Mierowsky
158-168
How to do things with jokes: Speech acts in standup comedy
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Julia Rayz
169-178
Computational humor and Christie Davies’ basis for joke comparison
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Christian F. Hempelmann
179-193
True German and phony English laughter: Schmidt-Hidding was still Schmidt
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Jennifer Hofmann, Willibald Friedrich Ruch
194-215
Humorous TV ads and the 3WD: Evidence for generalizability of humour appreciation across media?
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Ksenia M. Shilikhina
216-220
Book Review. Ruiz-Gurillo, Leonor (ed.) (2016). Metapragmatics of Humour: Current Research Trends. IVITRA Research in Linguistics and Literature 14. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins, 309 pp.
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Stanca Măda
221-224
Book Review. Morreall, John (2016). Laughing All the Way. Your Sense of Humour. Don’t Leave Home without It. Melbourne, Florida: Motivational Press, 288 pp.
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