Israeli  Journal  of Humor  Research: An  International  Journal

Issue No. 4, December 2013
Cover & front page



Dave Korotkov St. Thomas University, Canada | Lydia Amir The College of Management                   
Academic Studies,IsraelArie Sover Ashkelon Academic College, Israel                       


Humor Theory:
Time Limitation Theory (TLT) as the Basis for Humor Creation.
Arie Sover  Ashkelon Academic College & Open University, Israel. 

Khasi humour
Macdonald L. Ryntathiang North Eastern Hill University, Shillong, Meghalaya, India.

Comics as a Learning Tool in Organizations and Companies.
Ruth Wolf  Bar Ilan University, Israel.

Special Education:
Knock, Knock: Who's There? The Funny Teacher: The Funny Teacher Who? Exactly!
The Need to use Humor in the Special Education Classroom.                           

Denise Skarbek   Saint Leo University | Terry L. Shepherd Indiana University South Bend, U.S.A.

From The Margins to Prime Time: Israeli Arabs on Israeli Television
The Case of Sayed Kashua's "Arab Labour"

Liat Steir-Livny The Open University & Sapir Academic College | Adia Mendelson-Mazor The Open University, Israel.


  Medical Clowning:
Medical Clowning: A Training and Evaluation Model

Amnon Raviv Haifa University & Ben Gurion University, Israel.


Till Weingärtner Comedy-Boom in Japan: Performative und mediale Rahmung von Humor in der aktuellen Populärkultur (Comedy in Japan: Performative and Media Framing in the Current Popular Culture).  
Iaponia Insula, 27. Munich: Iudicium, 2013, 430 pp., 50 ill.

Albrecht Classen  University of Arizona, U.S.A.


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