Vol. 9 No. 4 (2021)

Articles

Aleksandar Takovski
1-19
Lubricating culture awareness and critical thinking through humour
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Adesina B. Sunday, Ganiu A. Bamgbose
20-34
A pragmatic analysis of humour strategies and functions in 'Jenifa's Diary' and 'Professor JohnBull'
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Sara Martínez Cardama, Fátima García-López
35-57
Ephemeral mimetics: memes, an X-ray of Covid-19
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Villy Tsakona
58-73
The humorous rewriting of Orwell’s '1984': the Greek version
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Miloš Ševčík
74-90
Both artistic and comic: the status and significance of humour in the context of Louis Cazamian’s writings
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Ying Cao, Chong Han, Xiangdong Liu, Adrian Hale
110-130
‘She is like a Yakshini’: character construction via aggressive humour in Chinese sitcom discourse
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Snehal P. Sanathanan, Vinod Balakrishnan
91-109
Before the political cartoonist, there was the Vidusaka: a case for an indigenous comic tradition
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Jocelyn Valerie Chey
131-151
Overcoming awkwardness: some interpretations of Australian humour
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Adrian Hale
152-172
Dame Edna and ‘the help’: Australian bilingual Latin American migrants respond to 'that' joke
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David Orlov
173-188
Origins of Bosnian humor and its role during the siege of Sarajevo
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Marit Piirman, Katrin Saks
189-208
Presenting and perceiving humour in Estonian tourism settings
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Noelia Marqués Cobeta
209-220
Multilingual humour in audiovisual translation: 'Modern Family' dubbed in Spanish
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Aziz Kholmatov
221-235
Exploring teacher-initiated humour in Academic English classes: an Uzbek international university experience
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Mohammad Ali Heidari-Shahreza
236-245
Humour-integrated language learning (HILL) in perspective, progress and prospect
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