Year of Publication

1986

Date of Thesis

12-1986

Document Type

Thesis

Degree Name

Master of Science

Department

Communications (School)

Subject Categories

Video tapes in education; Humor in education -- Audio-visual aids; Employees -- Training of -- Audio-visual aids

Abstract

This study was designed to gather and analyze the existing research on the use of humor in instructional materials in order to generalize those findings to corporate instructional video programs. Due to the lack of empirical research done in corporate settings, the research involving humor and children, and humor and college students, was analyzed. [This is an excerpt from the abstract. For the complete abstract, please see the document.]

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