Vol. 6 No. 4 (2018): Nigerian Humour
Nigerian Humour

Articles

Ibukun Filani
1-9
Editorial: Dis laf fit kill person - An overview of Nigerian humour
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Azeez Akinwumi Sesan
10-23
Narrating self and topicality in AY and Elenu’s stand-up comedy
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Bernard Eze Orji
24-38
Humour, satire and the emergent stand-up comedy: A diachronic appraisal of the contributions of the masking tradition
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Felix Nwabeze Ogoanah, Fredrick Osaro Ojo
39-59
A multimodal generic perspective on Nigerian stand-up comedy
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Ronke Eunice Adesoye
60-74
Phonological distortion as a humorous strategy in Folarin Falana’s comedy skits
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Blessing T. Inya, Onwu Inya
75-94
Conversational humour in a Nigerian radio news programme: A case study of Lati inu aka aka Biodun/Kayode
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Akin Tella
95-117
Humour generation and multimodal framing of political actor in the 2015 Nigerian presidential election campaign memes
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Elijah Adeoluwa Olusegun
118-132
The àwàdà phenomenon: Exploring humour in Wole Soyinka’s Alápatà Apátà
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Bartholomew Chizoba Akpah
133-144
Satire, humour and parody in 21st Century Nigerian women’s poetry
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Alyona Ivanova
145-150
Book review. Steir-Livny, Liat (2017). Is It OK to Laugh about It? Holocaust Humour, Satire and Parody in Israeli Culture. London, Portland, OR: Vallentine Mitchell Publishers. 207 pp.
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Rania Karachaliou
151-154
Book review. Bell, Nancy (2017). Multiple Perspectives on Language Play. Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton, 406 pp.
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Jennifer Marra
155-157
Book review. Gini, Al (2017). The Importance of Being Funny: Why We Need More Jokes in Our Lives. Lanham, Maryland: Rowan and Littlefield. 141 pp.
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