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Although political satire can be considered a significant part of humor studies and cultural studies, it has been systematically neglected by theorists of both disciplines. This article looks critically at the role of political humor expressed in early Italian satirical journals in the period...
Cy Eberhart (ed.): In the Presence of Humor: A Guide to the Humorous Life (new edition). Bangor, ME: Booklocker, 2006. 120 pp. $12.95. (Peter Derks) Pierre Rainville: Les Humeurs du Droit Pénal. Au Sujet de l'Humour et du Rire . Quebec City: Collection Dikè, Les Presses de l'Université de...
Single case studies led to the discovery and phenomenological description of Gelotophobia and its definition as the pathological fear of appearing to social partners as a ridiculous object (Titze 1995, 1996, 1997). The aim of the present study is to empirically examine the core assumptions about...
At the 2006 conference of the International Society for Humor Studies (Danish University of Education, Copenhagen), several panels addressed issues raised by the Muhammad cartoon story. Among these, a colloquium organized by Paul Lewis and decorously titled “Transnational Ridicule and...
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