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Nonfiction Humor Books for Examining the Role of Humor in Society

  1. "Humor: The Psychology of Living Buoyantly" by Herbert M. Lefcourt: This book is a humorous and insightful examination of the role of humor in our lives and its impact on our well-being. It explores the psychological and social functions of humor and the ways in which it can help us cope with stress and adversity.

  2. "The Humor Code: A Global Search for What Makes Things Funny" by Peter McGraw and Joel Warner: This book is a humorous and informative journey through the science of humor, exploring what makes things funny and why. It also examines the role of humor in society and the ways in which it can bring people together.

  3. "The Laughing Brain: How to Create Humor and Why It's Good for You" by Robert R. Provine: This book is a humorous and scientific exploration of the brain mechanisms behind humor, and the benefits it can have on our physical and mental well-being. It also examines the social functions of humor and the ways in which it can bring people together.

  4. "Laughter: A Scientific Investigation" by Robert R. Provine: This book is a humorous and informative examination of the science of laughter, including its evolution, psychiatry, and social functions. It also examines the role of humor in society and the ways in which it can bring people together.

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