Vol. 7 No. 3 (2019): Humour in Tourism
Humour in Tourism

Articles

Anja Pabel
1-5
Editorial: humour and its use in tourism contexts
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Jing Ge
6-25
Social media-based visual humour use in tourism marketing: a semiotic perspective
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Maja Turnsek, Petr Janecek
26-45
“America First, the Netherlands Second” on YouTube: “spoofing” destination marketing with political satire
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Miriam Porres-Guerrero, Concepción Foronda-Robles
46-62
Where is the humour in tourism promotion? An investigation of the “Spain Marks” campaign
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Marit Piirman, Stephen Pratt, Melanie Smith, Heli Tooman
63-83
Assessing humour use in accommodation establishments: the Estonian context
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Anja Pabel, Philip L Pearce
84-100
Humour in supplier-customer interactions: the views of Australian tourism operators
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Maja Turnsek, Tatjana Zupančič, Barbara Pavlakovič
101-119
Travel back to school: use of humour in intertwining of objective authenticity and staged experiences
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Anja Pabel, Philip L. Pearce
120-136
Developing the humour repertoire concept to guide future tourism-humour research
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Béatrice Priego-Valverde
137-141
Book review. Tsakona, Villy and Jan Chovanec (eds.) (2018). The Dynamics of Interactional Humour. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins.
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Şenay Yavuz Görkem
142-145
Book review. Rosenthal, Angela, David Bindman and Adrian W. B. Randolph (eds.) (2016). No Laughing Matter: Visual Humour in Ideas of Race, Nationality, and Ethnicity. Hanover, New Hampshire: Dartmouth College Press.
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Jocelyn Valerie Chey
146-151
Book review. Gan, Wendy (2018). Comic China: Representing Common Ground, 1890-1945. Philadelphia: Temple University Press; and Tam, King-fai and Sharon Wesoky (2018). Not Just a Laughing Matter: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Political Humour in China. Singapore: Springer.
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