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Dobmeier, Christopher M., John J. Brooks, Nathan Walter & R. Lance Holbert
2023. From Punchlines to Punches: A Meta-Analysis of the Persuasive Effects of Horatian and Juvenalian Political Satires. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly DOI logo
Fiadotava, Anastasiya
2023. ‘When You Try to Tell People about Climate Change, and They Start Making Memes about You’: The Meaning-Making in Greta Thunberg Internet Memes. Folklore 134:3  pp. 304 ff. DOI logo
Fonseca, Paula, Esther Pascual & Todd Oakley
2020. “Hi, Mr. President!”. Review of Cognitive Linguistics 18:1  pp. 180 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
Sarkar, Inzamul & Ayesha Siraj
2022. Exploring Indian stand-up comedy through the lens of ideology, identity and gender: a discourse analysis. Comedy Studies 13:1  pp. 41 ff. DOI logo
Tesnohlidkova, Olivera
2021. Humor and satire in politics: Introducing cultural sociology to the field. Sociology Compass 15:1 DOI logo

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