"Extradiegetic and character laughter as markers of humorous intentions in the sitcom '2 Broke Girls'" published in JoP

My article "Extradiegetic and character laughter as markers of humorous intentions in the sitcom '2 Broke Girls'" has been published as part of the Part Special Issue: "Humorous intent in interaction" in the Journal of Pragmatics; Guest Editors: Marta Dynel, Alexander Brock and Henri de Jongste. doi:10.1016/j.pragma.2015.12.009

 

PDF of MS for "Extradiegetic and character laughter as markers of humorous intentions in the sitcom '2 Broke Girls'" now downloadable.

Conference talk 18/3/2016 at LAFAL 4 in Lodz, PL: Multilevel humour between television audiences, sitcom characters and collective senders: Conceptualising telecinematic discourse as ventriloquism