PAPERS IN JOURNALS

 

PAPERS IN JOURNALS

 

  1. [2017] Constructing local identities via/for humor: A Cretan-Greek case study. Styles of Communication 9 (2), 118-147.
  2. [2016] Legitimizing and resistance identities in immigrant students’ school essays: Towards a culturally sustaining pedagogy [co-authored with Argiris Archakis]. Brno Studies in English 41 (1), 5-22.
  3. [2016] Teaching politeness strategies in the kindergarten: A critical literacy teaching proposal. Journal of Politeness Research: Language, Behavior, Culture 12 (1), 27-54.
  4. [2015] Immigrant identities and critical literacy: Attempting their combination [co-authored with Argiris Archakis]. Education Sciences, Special issue “Sociolinguistic and intercultural approaches to cultural diversity at school”, 92-114. [in Greek]
  5. [2015] Scrutinizing humorous mass culture texts in class: A critical language teaching proposal [co-authored with Anna Fterniati, Argiris Archakis & Vasia Tsami]. Israeli Journal of Humor Research 4 (1), 28-52.
  6. [2015] “The doctor said I suffer from vitamin € deficiency”: Investigating the multiple social functions of Greek crisis jokes. Pragmatics 25 (2), 287-313.
  7. [2014] “Can I help myself to some eggs?”: Critical literacy, service encounters, and politeness. Glossologia 22, 19-39. [in Greek]
  8. [2014] Linguistic varieties in style: Humorous representations in Greek mass culture texts [co-authored with Argiris Archakis, Sofia Lampropoulou & Vasia Tsami]. Discourse, Context and Media 3 (1), 46-55.
  9. [2013] Media and literacy: Evidence from elementary school students’ literacy practices and the current teaching practices in Greece [co-authored with Anna Fterniati, Argiris Archakis & Vasia Tsami]. Menon: Journal of Educational Research 2b, 58-70.
  10. [2013] Editorial: Confronting power with laughter [co-authored with Diana Elena Popa]. European Journal of Humor Research 1 (2), 1-9.
  11. [2013] Parliamentary punning: Is the Opposition more humorous than the ruling party? European Journal of Humor Research 1 (2), 101-111.
  12. [2013] Sociocultural diversity, identities, and critical education: Comparing conversational narratives at school [co-authored with Argiris Archakis]. Critical Literacy: Theories and Practices 7 (1), 48-62.
  13. [2012] The Greek patient and the plaster cast: From the Greek military junta of 21 April 1967 to the IMF and EU’s rescue mechanism. Metaphor and the Social World 2 (1), 61-85.
  14. [2012] Linguistic creativity and institutional design: The case of Greek parliamentary discourse. Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies 36 (1), 91-109.
  15. [2011] Irony beyond criticism: Evidence from Greek parliamentary discourse. Pragmatics and Society 2 (1), 57-86.
  16. [2010] The prosodic framing of humor in conversational narratives: Evidence from Greek data [co-authored with Argiris Archakis, Maria Giakoumelou, and Dimitris Papazachariou]. Journal of Greek Linguistics 10 (2), 187-212.
  17. [2010] “The wolf wakes up inside them, grows werewolf hair and reveals all their bullying”: The representation of parliamentary discourse in Greek newspapers [co-authored with Argiris Archakis]. Journal of Pragmatics 42 (4), 912-923. Special issue on “Pragmatic perspectives on parliamentary discourse” edited by Cornelia Ilie.
  18. [2009] Parliamentary discourse in newspaper articles: The integration of a critical approach to media discourse into a literacy-based language teaching programme [co-authored with Argiris Archakis]. Journal of Language and Politics 8 (3), 359-385.
  19. [2009] Linguistic creativity, secondary orality, and political discourse: The modern Greek myth of the “eloquent orator”. Journal of Modern Greek Studies 27 (1), 81-106.
  20. [2009] Language and image interaction in cartoons: Towards a multimodal theory of humor. Journal of Pragmatics 41 (6), 1171-1188.
  21. [2009] Humor and image politics in parliamentary discourse: A Greek case study. Text & Talk 29 (2), 219-237.
  22. [2007] Bilingualization in practice: Terminological issues in bilingualizing a specialized glossary. International Journal of Lexicography 20 (2), 119-145.
  23. [2006] Script oppositions and humorous targets: Promoting values and constructing identities via humor in Greek conversational data [co-authored with Argiris Archakis]. Stylistyka XV (Special issue on Style and Culture), 119-134.
  24. [2005] Analyzing conversational data in GTVH terms: A new approach to the issue of identity construction via humor [co-authored with Argiris Archakis]. Humor: International Journal of Humor Research 18 (1), 41-68.
  25. [2004-2005] Humor mechanisms in comics: An analysis of Asterix [co-authored with Zoe Gavriilidou]. Glossologia 16, 145-165. [in Greek]
  26. [2003] Combining two different realities: Evidence from Greek Bin Laden jokes. Antares 6 (Special Issue on Humor), 49-52.
  27. [2003] Jab lines in narrative jokes. Humor: International Journal of Humor Research 16 (3), 315-329.