Encyclopedia of humor studies - vol i+ii

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Chris Robert received his Ph.D. from the University of Illinois in Industrial/Organizational Psychology. He is an Associate Professor in the Management Department, and is serving as Associate Dean for Graduate Studies and Research. He studies humor at work, as well as cross-cultural management, workplace conflict, and work groups and teams.

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56 Book ; 49 Conference proceeding contribution ; 41 Other journal contribution ; 38 Other Creative work After 2.5 millennia of philosophical deliberation and psychological experimentation, most scholars have concluded that humor arises from incongruity. We highlight 2 limitations of incongruity theories of humor. First, incongruity is not consistently defined. The literature describes incongruity in at least 4 ways: surprise, juxtaposition, atypicality, and a violation. Second, regardless of Studies on humor, comedy, laughter from a wide range of countries and cultures Reviews of recent books on humor HUMOR is the official journal of the International Society of Humor Studies (ISHS). This unique encyclopedia treats the concepts, persons, themes, and media of 20th-century American humor and humor studies. More than 100 alphabetically arranged entries highlight a broad range of humor-related topics from wit, understatement, and ambiguity to late-night talk shows and the Internet. Ancient philosophers considered question about laughter, humor, and comedy to be both philosophically interesting and important. They theorized about laughter and its causes, moralized about the appropriate uses of humor and what it is appropriate to laugh at, and wrote treaties on comedic composition. They were often merciless in ridiculing their opponents' positions, borrowing comedic I did tell them that the aforementioned Salvatore Attardo, now at Texas A&M-Commerce, had recently published a two-volume "Encyclopedia of Humor Studies." It is 984 pages long and sells for African-American Sports Heroes, Brooklyn, Humor Studies, Jewish History, Popular Culture, Russian Immigration, Sports History Publications "Breaking the Slump: Laughing Your Troubles Away," in Zenia S. DaSilva & Michael D'Innocernzo , editors, 1935: The Reality and the Promise (2016)

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Studies on humor, comedy, laughter from a wide range of countries and cultures Reviews of recent books on humor HUMOR is the official journal of the International Society of Humor Studies (ISHS). This unique encyclopedia treats the concepts, persons, themes, and media of 20th-century American humor and humor studies. More than 100 alphabetically arranged entries highlight a broad range of humor-related topics from wit, understatement, and ambiguity to late-night talk shows and the Internet. Ancient philosophers considered question about laughter, humor, and comedy to be both philosophically interesting and important. They theorized about laughter and its causes, moralized about the appropriate uses of humor and what it is appropriate to laugh at, and wrote treaties on comedic composition. They were often merciless in ridiculing their opponents' positions, borrowing comedic I did tell them that the aforementioned Salvatore Attardo, now at Texas A&M-Commerce, had recently published a two-volume "Encyclopedia of Humor Studies." It is 984 pages long and sells for African-American Sports Heroes, Brooklyn, Humor Studies, Jewish History, Popular Culture, Russian Immigration, Sports History Publications "Breaking the Slump: Laughing Your Troubles Away," in Zenia S. DaSilva & Michael D'Innocernzo , editors, 1935: The Reality and the Promise (2016)

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