Volume. 26 / Summer 2005  Joke and Humor

Dialogues & Responses
      Life Writing and Mental Health
Do “I” exist when I don’t gaze at the I/ Su-Fei Huang

Self-narrative and spirituality/ Hsiu-Lan Shelley Tien

Not only “the mental health”/ Tsao-Lin Fong

Reflectivity is the key concept in self-narrative/ Chih-Shun Huang

Expecting a methodology of narrative inquiry containing narratives/ Hsin-Hsien Fan

Narrative and practice: A reflection and feedback on “From drowned to agency”/ Jienshen Shih

Reflection: From self narrative to becoming a helper/ Nien-Hwa Lai

My narrative response/ Wei-Su Hsu

Narrative:Way to understanding the truth of the self/ Tung-Hsing Hsiung

Author’s & editor’s responses

Life story, beauty and being/ Kai-Cheng Wong

Subjectivity in/and writing:Reply and exploration/ Shao-Jia Hu

What’s good to say? Yueh-Tung Ho 44 More than dignity, it is glory/ Cheng-Pin Lai, Shing-Shiang Ting, Fan Shu

From empathy in oneself toward associating oneself with others/ Ming-Yu Deng

Special Issue

Joke and Humor/ Editor: Hsueh-Chih Chen & Ching-Chung Wang

On humor questions/ Ching-Chung Wang

Facilitating playfulness at work/ Yu Ping

Finding the embedding humor on creative problems is the second best way to solve it : Humorous creativity and creative humor/ Hsueh-Chih Chen, Shu-Ling Cho, Hwei-Der Lai

Pictorial humor processes and a dual-route humor comprehension model/ Jun-Hao Hsu & Angela Ku-Yuan Tzeng

Don’t laugh, or your attitude would be revealed from reading jokes: Adjustment theory of disparagement humor appreciation/ Chih-Chun Hsi, Hsueh-Chih Chen, Fa-Chung Chiou

Development of the Multidimensional Sense of Humor Scale/ Shu-Jung Chen & Hsueh-Chih Chen

Action Research

From we-group to he-group: My journal with the migrants/ Lorna Kung

Life praxis in action/ Whei-Ching Liu

Foreign labor vs. family labor: The disadvantaged experiences of guestworkers and family caregivers in Taiwan/ Tsui-Shan Li

Author’s response

Empirical Research

The Parent-adolescent relationships of the middle adolescents from the vocational education system(Ⅱ):Factors for the better transition/ Chao-Jung Lin

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