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Abdel-Raheem, Ahmed
2023. Cartooning and sexism in the time of Covid-19: Metaphors and metonymies in the Arab mind. Discourse & Society 34:2  pp. 147 ff. DOI logo
Al-Ali, Mohammed Nahar & Badra Hadj Djelloul
2023. The role of multimodality and intertextuality in accentuating humor in Algerian Hirak’s posters. Pragmatics. Quarterly Publication of the International Pragmatics Association (IPrA) DOI logo
Chovanec, Jan & Marta Dynel
2015. Researching interactional forms and participant structures in public and social media. In Participation in Public and Social Media Interactions [Pragmatics & Beyond New Series, 256],  pp. 1 ff. DOI logo
Georgalidou, Marianthi
2024. Humorous Genres and Modes in Greek Political Discourse. In Political Humor Worldwide [The Language of Politics, ],  pp. 49 ff. DOI logo
Kantara, Argyro
2020. Populism as Mainstream Politicians’ Political Style During the 2012 Greek Election Campaign. In Discursive Approaches to Populism Across Disciplines,  pp. 405 ff. DOI logo
Mehran, Weeda, Megan Byrne, Ella Gibbs-Pearce, Archie Macfarlane, Jacob Minihane & Amy Ranger
2022. Humour in jihadi rhetoric: comparative analysis of ISIS, Al-Qaeda, TTP, and the Taliban. Behavioral Sciences of Terrorism and Political Aggression  pp. 1 ff. DOI logo
Sinkeviciute, Valeria
Tesnohlidkova, Olivera
2021. Humor and satire in politics: Introducing cultural sociology to the field. Sociology Compass 15:1 DOI logo

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