Vol. 6 No. 1 (2018)
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Alex Phillip Segal
1-11
Jokes, aporia and undecidability
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Karl-Heinz Ott, Bernard Schweizer
12-35
Does religion shape people’s sense of humour? A comparative study of humour appreciation among members of different religions and nonbelievers
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Adrian Hale
36-61
“I get it, but it’s just not funny”: Why humour fails, after all is said and done
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Qiaoyun Chen, Guiying Jiang
62-84
Why are you amused: Unveiling multimodal humor from the prototype theoretical perspective
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Dafina Ivanova Genova
85-99
Grasping political cartoons? Not an easy matter
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Ana Pedrazzini, Nora Scheuer
100-123
Distinguishing cartoon subgenres based on a multicultural contemporary corpus
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Filip Sulejmanov, Ognen Spasovski, Tracey Platt
124-140
The development of the Humor Structure Appreciation Scale and its relation to Sensation Seeking Inventory and Need for Closure Scale
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Talip Gonulal
141-161
Investigating the potential of humour in EFL classrooms: An attitudinal study
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Jennifer Marra
162-171
Make comedy matter: Ernst Cassirer on the politics and morality of humor
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Spyridoula Gasteratou
172-176
Book review. Bell, Nancy & Pomerantz, Anne (2016). Humor in the Classroom. A Guide for Language Teachers and Educational Researchers. New York: Routledge.
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Berenice Pahl
177-180
Book review. Sørensen, Majken (2016). Humour in Political Activism: Creative Nonviolent Resistance. Palgrave Macmillan.
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