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    Not Just for Children: The Mexican Comic Book in the Late 1960s and 1970s: No 30: Not Just for Children

    R3 129,00
    This pioneering study presents an overview of the Mexican comic book industry, together with in-depth studies of the best selling Mexican comic books of the 1960s and 1970s.

    Problem-Solving Strategies

    R2 601,00
    Suitable for trainers and participants at various levels, including IMO, Tournament of the Towns, and noncalculus parts of the Putnam Competition, this title offers a collection of problems from major national and international mathematical competitions for high school students.

    Quiz Craze: America's Infatuation with Game Shows

    R2 953,00
    An in-depth history of quiz and game formats, describing how mass communications transformed the old parlor guessing games into enormously popular features on radio and television, and examining their impact on American society and the consumer marketplace.

    French and Creole in Louisiana

    R5 386,00
    A comprehensive treatment of linguistic situation of francophone Louisiana and its relation to the development of French in North America outside of Quebec. This title covers topics ranging from language shift and code mixing, and speaker attitudes, to such language planning initiatives as CODOFIL program to revive the sue of French in Louisiana.

    Humor and Religion: Challenges and Ambiguities

    R2 590,00
    Highlights the importance and functioning of humor in different world religions. Exploring the major religious cultures, this book looks at the constructive aspects to the relation between humor and religion, with humor seen as a pathway to spiritual wisdom. It also explores why humor and spirituality fit well together.

    Great Nations Still Enchained: Cartoonists' Vision of Empire, 1848-1914

    R3 571,00
    The grandeur of the great imperial powers of the 19th century was constantly subverted by the cartoons of the day. Roy Douglas provides a clear historical narrative which explains the subtle meaning below the surface of the cartoons.

    Humour, Work and Organization

    R4 345,00
    Explores the critical, subversive and ambivalent character of humour, work and comedy as it relates to organizations and organized work. This work examines the various individual, organizational, social and cultural means through which humour is represented, deployed, developed, used and understood.

    The Linguistic Analysis of Jokes

    R3 682,00
    Graeme Ritchie advocates a cognitive science approach to humour research, aiming for higher levels of detail and formality than has been customary in humour research, and argues the case for analyzing jokes and humour.

    500+: Extreme Dirty Jokes

    R49 749,00

    Japanese Humour

    R2 541,00 R2 900,97
    Looking at how people make rules about humour, this text offers a framework for a general understanding of why and how societies make rules about the use of humour, and how those rules affect patterns of communication and the development of humour and comedy.

    Nonsensical Fiction PT. 1

    R4 179,00

    Anthropology of Humor and Laughter

    R2 885,00

    You Are Officially Rich

    R3 350,00

    Bfs Words Et Alia: A Bfs Puzzle

    R3 350,00

    Bfs Phrases Et Alia: A Bfs Puzzle

    R3 350,00