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Humor in Interaction
Edited by Neal R. Norrick and Delia Chiaro
[Pragmatics & Beyond New Series 182] 2009
► pp. 101124
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Bell, Nancy D.
2018. Pragmatics, humor studies, and the study of interaction. In Pragmatics and its Interfaces [Pragmatics & Beyond New Series, 294],  pp. 291 ff. DOI logo
Gradin Franzén, Anna & Karin Aronsson
2013. Teasing, laughing and disciplinary humor: Staff–youth interaction in detention home treatment. Discourse Studies 15:2  pp. 167 ff. DOI logo
Jang, Eugene, Sojeong Park, Jee Won Lee & Seok‐Kyeong Hong
2019. Beautiful and Masculine: Male Make‐Up YouTubers and Heteronormativity in South Korea. The Journal of Popular Culture 52:3  pp. 678 ff. DOI logo
Jensen, Thomas Wiben
2018. Humor as interactional affordances: an ecological perspective on humor in social interaction. Psychology of Language and Communication 22:1  pp. 238 ff. DOI logo
Mak, Bernie Chun Nam & Erika Darics
2017. Chapter 2. Swearing and instant messaging. In Advances in Swearing Research [Pragmatics & Beyond New Series, 282],  pp. 43 ff. DOI logo
Miller, Callie A., Daniel I. Castaneda & Melissa Wood Alemán
2023. Pains and portends: A collaborative autoethnography of engineering faculty navigating gendered cultures. Frontiers in Communication 8 DOI logo
Norrick, Neal R.
2010. Humor in Interaction. Language and Linguistics Compass 4:4  pp. 232 ff. DOI logo
Wilson, Nick & Joshua Wedlock
2023. Swearing as a Leadership Tool. English World-Wide. A Journal of Varieties of English 44:3  pp. 323 ff. DOI logo
Wise, Amanda & Selvaraj Velayutham
2020. Humour at work: conviviality through language play in Singapore’s multicultural workplaces. Ethnic and Racial Studies 43:5  pp. 911 ff. DOI logo

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