Co mogło zainteresować dydaktyka języka obcego na 24 Konferencji Międzynarodowego Stowarzyszenia Badań nad Humorem?
Selected contents from this journal
WHAT MIGHT BE OF INTEREST TO FOREIGN LANGUAGE SPECIALISTS AT THE 24TH CONFERENCE OF THE INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY FOR HUMOR STUDIES?
Languages of publication
The report from the 24th Conference of the International Society for Humor Studies and the 2nd Symposium of Linguistic Approaches to Funniness, Amusement and Laughter concentrates on humor as seen from the perspective of positive psychology. The author discusses papers concerning the influence of humorous content on second language acquisition and the unintentional humor in children’s written works in first and second languages. The report presents research findings on gaelophobia and its influence on interpersonal relations. After that, emphasis is placed on the problems of the institutional education of pre-school children with the use of games and play in the United States. Finally, the report refers to exhibitions of satirical drawings and the perception of the world presented by their authors.
- Benitez, R.L, Carretro-Dios, H. (2012). Sense of humor and cue effects: The role of cheerfulness trait. Referat wygłoszony na konferencji: 24th Conference of the International Society for Humor Studies, Kraków.
- McGhee, P.E. (1996). Health, healing and the amuse system: Humor as survival training. Dubuque, IA: Kendall/Hunt.
- McGhee, P.E. (2010a). Humor as survival training for a stressed-out world: The 7 humor habits program. Bloomington, IN: Author House.
- McGhee, P.E. (2010b). Humor: The lighter path to resilience and health. Bloomington, IN: Author House.
- Peterson, C., Seligman, M. (2004). Character strengths and virtues: A handbook and classification. Oxford University Press.
- Platt, T. Ruch, W. (2010). A lifetime of the fear of being laughed at: An aged perspective. Zeitschrift für Gerontologie und Geriatrie, 43(1), 36–41.
- Ruch, W. Proyer, R.T. (2010a). Humor as a character strength among the elderly: Theoretical considerations. Zeitschrift für Gerontologie und Geriatrie, 43(1), 8-12.
- Ruch, W., Proyer, R.T. (2010b). Humor as a character strength among the elderly: Empirical findings on old-related changes and its contribution to satisfaction with life. Zeitschrift für Gerontologie und Geriatrie, 43(1), 13-18.
- Seligman, M. (2011). Flourish: A Visionary New Understanding of Happiness and Well-being. New York: Free Press.
- Titze, M. (2009). Gelotophobia: The fear of being laughed at. Humor: International Journal of Humor Research, 22(1-2), 27-48.
- 24th International Society of Humor Studies Conference Abstracts (2012). Kraków.
Publication order reference