PAPERS/CHAPTERS IN EDITED VOLUMES

 

PAPERS/CHAPTERS IN EDITED VOLUMES

  1. [2017] Genres of humor. In Salvatore Attardo (ed.), The Routledge Handbook of Language and Humor. New York: Routledge, 489-503.
  2. [2017] A short introduction to stories and/in education. In Jim Prentzas (ed.), Digital Stories and Their Integration in Early Childhood and Primary Education: Teaching Scenarios and Practical Ideas. Education in a Competitive and Globalizing World. New York: Nova Publishers, 3-17.
  3. [2015] Style and humor in Greek mass culture texts [co-authored with Argiris Archakis, Sofia Lampropoulou & Vasia Tsami]. In Dorota Brzozowska & Wladyslaw Chlopicki (eds.), Culture’s Software: Communication Styles. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 16-38.
  4. [2015] Construction grammar and discoursal incongruity [co-authored with Eleni Antonopoulou & Kiki Nikiforidou]. In Geert Brône, Kurt Feyaerts & Tony Veale (eds.), Cognitive Linguistics and Humor Research. Applications of Cognitive Linguistics 26. Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton, 13-47.
  5. [2014] Introduction [co-authored with Marianthi Georgalidou and Maria Sifianou]. In Marianthi Georgalidou, Maria Sifianou & Villy Tsakona (eds.), Discourse Analysis: Theory and Applications. Athens: Nissos, 9-36. [in Greek]
  6. [2014] Humorous discourse analysis. In Marianthi Georgalidou, Maria Sifianou & Villy Tsakona (eds.), Discourse Analysis: Theory and Applications. Athens: Nissos, 295-324. [in Greek]
  7. [2014] Political discourse analysis. In Marianthi Georgalidou, Maria Sifianou & Villy Tsakona (eds.), Discourse Analysis: Theory and Applications. Athens: Nissos, 521-551. [in Greek]
  8. [2014] First names as address terms among intimates: Some preliminary remarks. In Maria Christodoulidou (ed.), Analyzing Greek Talk-in-Interaction. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 37-66.
  9. [2014] English, Albanian, or Russian? Teaching heritage languages at school. In Christina Hajisoteriou & Constantinos Xenofontos (eds.), Intercultural Education: Challenges, Pedagogical Perspectives and Proposals. Kavala: Saita, 198-218. [in Greek]
  10. [2013] Glossary. In George Xydopoulos, Elena Anagnostopoulou, Dionysis Goutsos, Sofronis Hatzisavvidis and Villy Tsakona, Language, Society and Education. Study Manual. Patras: Hellenic Open University, 383-420. [in Greek]
  11. [2013] Okras and the metapragmatic stereotypes of humor: Towards an expansion of the GTVH. In Marta Dynel (ed.), Developments in Linguistic Humor Theory. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 25-48.
  12. [2011] Genre theory. In the teaching material for the course ΕΓΛ 50 “Greek Language and Linguistics” (edited by Stavroula Tsiplakou). Post-graduate Program “Greek Language and Literature”, Open University of Cyprus. 5895 words. [in Greek]
  13. [2011] Text grammar [co-authored with Argiris Archakis]. In the teaching material for the course ΕΓΛ 50 “Greek Language and Linguistics” (edited by Stavroula Tsiplakou). Post-graduate Program “Greek Language and Literature”, Open University of Cyprus. 5539 words. [in Greek]
  14. [2011] Humor in politics and the politics of humor: An introduction [co-authored with Diana Elena Popa]. In Villy Tsakona & Diana Elena Popa (eds.), Studies in Political Humor: In between Political Critique and Public Entertainment. Discourse Approaches to Politics, Society and Culture. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 1-30.
  15. [2011] Informal talk in formal settings: Humorous narratives in Greek parliamentary debates [co-authored with Argiris Archakis]. In Villy Tsakona & Diana Elena Popa (eds.), Studies in Political Humor: In between Political Critique and Public Entertainment. Discourse Approaches to Politics, Society and Culture 46. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 61-81.
  16. [2011] Postscript: A final (?) note on political humor [co-authored with Diana Elena Popa]. In Villy Tsakona & Diana Elena Popa (eds.), Studies in Political Humor: In between Political Critique and Public Entertainment. Discourse Approaches to Politics, Society and Culture, 46. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 271-278.
  17. [2011] Humor, religion, and politics in Greek cartoons: Symbiosis or conflict? In Hans Geybels & Walter Van Herck (επιμ.), Humor and Religion. Challenges and Ambiguities. Continuum Religious Studies. London: Continuum, 248-267.
  18. [2008] Introduction. In Bilingualization of Alan Cruse’s A Glossary of Semantics and Pragmatics. Athens: University of Athens, vii-xxi. [in Greek]
  19. [2008] The humorous representation of political reality: The example of contemporary political cartoons. In Periklis Politis (ed.), The Discourse of Mass Communication: The Greek Example. Thessaloniki: Institute for Modern Greek Studies, Manolis Triantafyllidis Foundation, 381-411. [in Greek]
  20. [2008] Analyzing parliamentary discourse as reported in Greek newspaper articles [co-authored with Argiris Archakis]. In Periklis Politis (ed.), The Discourse of Mass Communication: The Greek Example. Thessaloniki: Institute for Modern Greek Studies, Manolis Triantafyllidis Foundation, 25-49. [in Greek]
  21. [2007] Towards a revised typology of humorous texts and humorous lines. In Diana Popa & Salvatore Attardo (eds.), New Approaches to the Linguistics of Humor. Galaţi: Academica, 35-43.
  22. [2007] Introduction. In Bilingualization of Peter Trudgill’s A Glossary of Sociolinguistics. Athens: University of Athens, vii-xxiv. [in Greek]
  23. [2006] The importance of being Wilde: Linguistic characteristics and interlingual transference of Oscar Wilde’s humorous aphorisms [co-authored with Eleni Antonopoulou]. In Ioannis K. Probonas & Panos Valavanis (eds.), EVERGESII. Festschrift for P. Kontos. Volume 1. Athens: University of Athens, 11-17. [in Greek]
  24. [2006] Exploring the organization of humorous texts: From the one-liner to the humorous short story. In Dionysis Goutsos, Stamatia Koutsoulelou, Ekaterini Bakakou-Orfanou & Eleni Panaretou (eds.), Α World of Texts: Essays in Honour of Georgios Babiniotis. Athens: Ellinika Grammata, 185-203. [in Greek]