Journals European Journal of Humour Research

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European Journal of Humour Research
The European Journal of Humour Research (EJHR) is a peer-reviewed quarterly journal with an international multidisciplinary editorial board. It is an open-access forum which is complementary to Humor: International Journal of Humor Research - the journal which has been leading in the field since its foundation in 1988. Although initially geographically oriented towards the ˋold continentˊ, also due to the home base of the Editors, Editorial Board members and computer servers, the perspective of EJHR has developed beyond the original European scope; nowadays, it clearly aims at an international readership, and both its authors and reviewers are affiliated with universities and other institutions from all the continents. Nonetheless, particular attention is given to the past events and current developments of humour research in Europe.

Indeed, the research on humour is a truly global enterprise, and EJHR aims at promoting its diversity even further by providing a meaningful arena for discussion. EJHR covers the full range of work being done on all aspects of humour phenomenon and intends to respond to the important changes that have affected the study of humour. Consequently, EJHR is committed to theoretical openness characterized by the intent to publish a wide range of critical approaches, alongside the encouragement and development of innovative work that contains a trans-disciplinary and cross-disciplinary focus.
Cracow Tertium Society for the Promotion of Language Studies
Journal type
Open Access

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12022Face reading the emotions of gelotophobes toward disparaging humorous advertisingVoutsa, Maria C. ; Hatzithomas, Leonidas ; Tsichla, Eirini ; Boutsouki, Christina