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Read online Humor in Interaction.pdf PDF, EPUB, MOBI, TXT, DOC Humor in Interaction This is the first edited volume dedicated specifically to humor in interaction It is a rich collection of essays by an international array of scholars representing various theoretical perspectives but all concerned with interactional aspects of humor The contributors are scholars active both in the interdisciplinary area of humor studies and in adjacent disciplines such as linguistic pragmatics sociolinguistics discourse analysis psycholinguistics gender and translation studies The volume effectively offers an overview of the range of phenomena falling in the broad category of conversational humor and convincingly argues for the many different functions humor can fulfill bypassing simplistic humor theories reducing humor to one function All the articles draw on empirical material from different countries and cultures comprising conversations among friends and family talk in workplace situations humor in educational settings and experimental approaches to humor in interaction The book is sure to become an important reference and source of inspiration for scholars in the various subfields of humor studies pragmatics and socio linguistics by Neal R. Norrick, Delia Chiaro

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Humor in Interaction
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No description available, This study represents a contribution to the theory of meaning in natural language It proposes a semantic theory containing a set of regular relational principles These principles enable semantic theory to describe connections from the lexical reading of a word to its figurative contextual reading from one variant reading of a polysemous lexical item to another from the idiomatic to its literal reading or to the literal reading s of one or more of its component lexical items Semiotic theory provides a foundation by supplying principles defining motivated expression content relations for signs generally The author argues that regular semantic relational principles must dervive from such semiotic principles to ensures the psychological reality and generality of the semantic principles, This is the first edited volume dedicated specifically to humor in interaction It is a rich collection of essays by an international array of scholars representing various theoretical perspectives but all concerned with interactional aspects of humor The contributors are scholars active both in the interdisciplinary area of humor studies and in adjacent disciplines such as linguistic pragmatics sociolinguistics discourse analysis psycholinguistics gender and translation studies The volume effectively offers an overview of the range of phenomena falling in the broad category of conversational humor and convincingly argues for the many different functions humor can fulfill bypassing simplistic humor theories reducing humor to one function All the articles draw on empirical material from different countries and cultures comprising conversations among friends and family talk in workplace situations humor in educational settings and experimental approaches to humor in interaction The book is sure to become an important reference and source of inspiration for scholars in the various subfields of humor studies pragmatics and socio linguistics, Open publication Opening the volume series Handbooks of Pragmatics this handbook provides a comprehensive overview of the foundations of pragmatics It covers the central theories and approaches as well as key concepts and topics characteristic of mainstream pragmatics i e the traditional and most widespread approach to the ways and means of using language in authentic social contexts The in depth articles provide reliable orientational overviews useful to researchers students and teachers They are both state of the art reviews of their topics and critical evaluations in the light of subsequent developments Topics are thus considered within their scholarly context and also critically evaluated from current perspectives The five major sections of the handbook are dedicated to the Conceptual and Theoretical Foundations with a historiographic overview of the establishment and subsequent development of pragmatics Key Topics investigating indexicality reference and other concepts that were the first to make their way from grammar into pragmatics and mainstream notions like speech acts types of inference the Place of Pragmatics in the Description of Discourse delimiting pragmatics from grammar semantics prosody literary criticism and Methods and Tools