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New series of video lectures by the Department of Folkloristics of the Estonian Literary Museum

The state of emergency persists. To make distance working more enjoyable, the Department of Folkloristics of the Estonian Literary Museum and the Centre of Excellence in Estonian Studies are launching a new series of video lectures to present their research results.
You are invited to listen to the newest lecture “Sharing Humor Online in Family Communication”!
In this talk Anastasiya Fiadotava, a junior research fellow at the Estonian Literary Museum, discusses online sharing humour in the context of family communication. She examines how, what and with whom humour is shared, and analyses why online sharing of humour is becoming more and more popular. The talk is based on a case study among families in Belarus, but its conclusions can be extrapolated beyond its immediate geographic context. In addition to learning about Anastasiya's findings, you will also have a chance to see several popular examples of online humour.

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