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Current Trends in the Pragmatics of Spanish
Edited by Rosina Márquez Reiter and María Elena Placencia
[Pragmatics & Beyond New Series 123] 2004
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2021. The internet and social media as a theme and channel of humor. Internet Pragmatics 4:1  pp. 12 ff. DOI logo
Ruiz-Moneva, Maria Angeles
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Ruiz-Moneva, María Angeles
2019. Irony, humour and culture in George Mikes’ How to Be a Brit: relevance-theoretical perspectives. Diacronia :10 DOI logo
Shively, Rachel L.
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Sánchez-Naranjo, Jeannette
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Yus, Francisco
2018. Chapter 12. Positive non-humorous effects of humor on the internet. In The Dynamics of Interactional Humor [Topics in Humor Research, 7],  pp. 283 ff. DOI logo
Yus, Francisco
2018. Identity-related issues in meme communication. Internet Pragmatics 1:1  pp. 113 ff. DOI logo
Yus, Francisco
2023. Meme-Mediated Humorous Communication. In Pragmatics of Internet Humour,  pp. 245 ff. DOI logo
Yus, Francisco
2023. Inferring Irony Online. In The Cambridge Handbook of Irony and Thought,  pp. 160 ff. DOI logo
Yus, Francisco
2023. Contextual Constraints on Internet Humour. In Pragmatics of Internet Humour,  pp. 79 ff. DOI logo
Yus, Francisco
2023. Humour on Social Networking Sites. In Pragmatics of Internet Humour,  pp. 189 ff. DOI logo
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2023. Interpreting Covid-related memes. In The Pragmatics of Humour in Interactive Contexts [Pragmatics & Beyond New Series, 335],  pp. 6 ff. DOI logo
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