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Humor in Interaction
Edited by Neal R. Norrick and Delia Chiaro
[Pragmatics & Beyond New Series 182] 2009
► pp. 165184
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Cited by 19 other publications

Alvarado Ortega, M. Belén
2016. Descortesía y humor fallido en conversaciones entre hombres y mujeres. Pragmática Sociocultural / Sociocultural Pragmatics 4:2  pp. 243 ff. DOI logo
Andersen, Ditte
2015. What's so funny? Towards a client perspective on professionals' use of humour in drug treatment. Drugs: Education, Prevention and Policy 22:3  pp. 263 ff. DOI logo
Chovanec, Jan
2018. Chapter 7. Laughter and non-humorous situations in TV documentaries. In The Dynamics of Interactional Humor [Topics in Humor Research, 7],  pp. 155 ff. DOI logo
Chovanec, Jan & Villy Tsakona
2018. Chapter 1. Investigating the dynamics of humor. In The Dynamics of Interactional Humor [Topics in Humor Research, 7],  pp. 1 ff. DOI logo
Degoumois, Virginie, Cécile Petitjean & Simona Pekarek Doehler
2017. Expressing Personal Opinions in Classroom Interactions: The Role of Humor and Displays of Uncertainty. In Interactional Competences in Institutional Settings,  pp. 29 ff. DOI logo
Goke, Ryan & Maranda Berndt
2021. Response: “Breaking Up Is Hard to Do: A Humorous Strategy to Help De-Escalate and Terminate the Patient/Provider Relationship”. In Cases on Applied and Therapeutic Humor [Advances in Medical Diagnosis, Treatment, and Care, ],  pp. 174 ff. DOI logo
Heaney, Dermot
2016. Taboo infringement and layered comedy: a linguistic analysis of convolution in Gervais and Merchant'sLife's Too Short. Comedy Studies 7:2  pp. 152 ff. DOI logo
Kwon, Winston, Rowan Mackay, Ian Clarke, Ruth Wodak & Eero Vaara
2020. Testing, stretching, and aligning: Using ‘ironic personae’ to make sense of complicated issues. Journal of Pragmatics 166  pp. 44 ff. DOI logo
König, Katharina
2017. „auch so ne lustige Geschichte“. In (Un)Komische Wirklichkeiten,  pp. 299 ff. DOI logo
Ladilova, Anna & Ulrike Schröder
2022. Humor in intercultural interaction: A source for misunderstanding or a common ground builder? A multimodal analysis. Intercultural Pragmatics 19:1  pp. 71 ff. DOI logo
Mak, Bernie Chun Nam, Yiqi Liu & Christopher Charles Deneen
2012. Humor in the workplace: A regulating and coping mechanism in socialization. Discourse & Communication 6:2  pp. 163 ff. DOI logo
Moalla, Asma
2015. Intercultural strategies to co‐construct and interpret humor. International Journal of Applied Linguistics 25:3  pp. 366 ff. DOI logo
Peuronen, Saija
2013. Heteroglossia as a resource for reflexive participation in a community of Christian snowboarders in Finland. Journal of Sociolinguistics 17:3  pp. 297 ff. DOI logo
Priego-Valverde, Béatrice
2021. Failed humor in conversation: disalignment and (dis)affiliation as a type of interactional failure. HUMOR 34:4  pp. 613 ff. DOI logo
Sheikhan, Amir & Michael Haugh
2023. Epistemics and conversational humour in intercultural first conversations. In The Pragmatics of Humour in Interactive Contexts [Pragmatics & Beyond New Series, 335],  pp. 110 ff. DOI logo
Stenström, Anna-Brita
2016. Review of Bell (2015): We are not amused. Failed humor in interaction. Functions of Language 23:3  pp. 384 ff. DOI logo
Söderlund, Hanna
2023. ‘Joking aside’ The power of rejections in humour. Discourse & Communication 17:3  pp. 336 ff. DOI logo
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