Search Results

1 - 10 of 141 items :

Clear All
Irony as a Means of Perception Through Communication Channels. Emotions, Attitude and IQ Related to Irony Across Gender

References Allport, G. (1935). Attitudes. In C. Murchison (Ed.), Handbook of Social Psychology (pp. 798-844). Worcester, MA: Clark University Press. Barbe, K. (1995). Irony in Context. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. Blakemore, D. (1992). Understanding Utterances: An Introduction to Pragmatics. Oxford: Blackwell. Bromberek-Dyzman, K. (2012). Affective twist in irony processing. Humana.Mente Journal of Philosophical Studies , 23, 83-111. Brown, P. & Levinson, S.C. (1987

Open access
Variables as Contextual Constraints in Translating Irony

Works Cited Abrams, M.H. A Glossary of Literary Terms . Boston: Thomson Wadsworth, 2005. Print. Anolli, Luigi, Rita Ciceri and Maria Giaele Infantino. “Irony as a Game of Implicitness: Acoustic Profiles. of Ironic Communication.” Journal of Psycholinguistic Research . 29. 32000: 277-279. Print. Barbe, Katharina. Irony in Context. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins, 1995. Print. Booth, Wayne C. A Rhetoric of Irony. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 1974. Print. Chomsky, Noam. Syntactic Structures . Berlin, NW

Open access
Translation of Irony in the Hungarian Subtitles of Downton Abbey

References Downton Abbey, Season 1 (creator Julian Fellowes, 2010, UK] Booth, Wayne C. 1975. A Rhetoric of Irony. London/New York: The University of Chicago Press. Chiaro, Delia. 1992. The Language of Jokes. Analysing Verbal Play. London: Routledge. Chiaro, Delia (ed.). 2010. Translation, Humour and the Media: Translation and Humour. London: Continuum. Clark, Herbert H. and Gerrig, Richard J. 2007. On the Pretense Theory of Irony. In R. Gibbs, H.L. Colston (eds.), Irony in Language and Thought: A Cognitive Science Reader, 25-33. New

Open access
Influence of Voice Intonation on Understanding Irony by Polish-Speaking Preschool Children

References Ackerman, B.P. (1982). Contextual integration and utterance interpretation: The ability of children and adults to interpret sarcastic utterances. Child Development , 53 (4), 1075–1083. Anolli, L., Infantino, M., & Ciceri, R. (2001). You’re a real genius! Irony as a miscommunication Design. In L. Anolli, R. Ciceri, & G. Riva (Eds.), Say not to say: New Perspectiveson Miscommunication (pp. 141–163). Amsterdam: IOS Press. Anolli, L., Infantino, M., & Ciceri, R. (2002). From “Blame by Praise” to “Praise by Blame”: Analysis of vocal

Open access
A Short Etude on Irony in Storytelling

References Alba Juez, L. (1995).Verbal Irony and the Maxims of Grice's Cooperative Principle. Revista Alicantina de Estudios Ingleses , 8 , 25–30. Akimoto, Y., & Miyazawa, S. (2017). Individual Differences in Irony Use Depend on Context. Journal of Language and Social Psychology , 36 (6), 675–693. Anolli, L., Ciceri, R., & Infantino, M. G. (2002). From” blame by praise” to” praise by blame”: Analysis of vocal patt erns in ironic communication. International Journal of Psychology , 37 (5), 266–276. Astington, J. W. (2003). Sometimes

Open access
“I Understand You, So I’ll Not Hurt You with My Irony”: Correlations Between Irony and Emotional Intelligence

References Attardo, S. (2000). Irony as a relevant inappropriateness. Journal of Pragmatics , 32 (6), 793–826. Bar-On, R. (1997). Emotional Quotient Inventory: Technical Manual . Toronto: Multi-Health Systems. Bar-On, R. (2006). The Bar-On model of emotional-social intelligence (ESI). Psicothema , 18 (supl.), 13–25. Bedyńska, S., Niewiarowski, J., & Cypryańska, M. (2013). Wprowadzenie do analizy wariancji [Introduction to Analysis of Variance]. In S. Bedyńska & M. Cypryańska (Eds.), Statystyczny drogowskaz 2. Praktyczne

Open access
Figurative Language Processing: Irony. Introduction to the Issue

References Colston, H. & Gibbs, R. (2007). A brief history of irony. In R. Gibbs & H. Colston (Eds.), Irony in Language and Thought: A Cognitive Science Reader (pp. 3–21). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. Cutler, A. (1974). On saying what you mean without meaning what you say. In M. Galy, R. Fox, & A. Bruck (Eds.), Papers from the Tenth Regional Meeting, Chicago Linguistic Society (pp. 117–127). Chicago, IL.: CLS. Kreuz, R.J. & Roberts, R.M. (1993). On satire and parody: The importance of being ironic. Metaphor and Symbol , 8 (2

Open access
Irony Comprehension in the Nonnative Language Comes at a Cost

References Alba-Juez, L. & Attardo, S. (2014). The evaluative palette of verbal irony. In G. Thompson & L. Alba-Juez (Eds.), Evaluation in Context (pp. 93–116). Amsterdam: John Benjamins. Attardo, S. (2000). Irony as relevant inappropriateness. Journal of Pragmatics , 32 (6), 793–826. Bar, M. (Ed.) (2011). Predictions in the Brain. Using Our Past to Generate a Future . Oxford: Oxford University Press. Barbe, K. (1995). Irony in Context . Amsterdam: John Benjamins. Barrett, L.F., Mesquita, B., & Smith, E.R. (2010). The Context

Open access
Non-literal speech comprehension in preschool children – an example from a study on verbal irony

References Ackerman, B.P. (1983). Form and function in children’s understanding of ironic utterances. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 35, 487-508. Andrews, J., Rosenblatt, E., Malkus, U., Gardner, H., & Winner, E. (1986). Children’s abilities to distinguish metaphoric and ironic utterances from mistakes and lies. Communication and Cognition, 19, 281-298. Anolli, L., Infantino M., & Ciceri R. (2001). You’re a real genius! Irony as a miscommunication Design. In R. Anolli, I. Ciceri, & G. Riva

Open access
Producing Irony in Adolescence: A Comparison Between Face-to-Face and Computer-Mediated Communication

References Ackerman, B.P. (1983). Form and function in children’s understanding of ironic utterances. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology , 35 (3), 487–508. Adams, C. (2002). Practitioner Review: The assessment of language pragmatics. Journal of Child Psychology & Psychiatry & Allied Disciplines , 43 (8), 973–987. Aguert, M. & Laval, V. (2013). Request complexity is no more a problem when the requests are ironic. Pragmatics & Cognition , 21 (2), 329–339. Attardo, S. (2000a). Irony as relevant inappropriateness. Journal of

Open access