ironic tone of voice may be confounded with the presence of hyperbole, or
exaggeration. ... The use of verbal irony in discourse is marked by a number of
Jan 1, 2005 ... Research on nonverbal vocal cues and verbal irony has often relied on the
concept of an ironic tone of voice. Here we provide acoustic ...
The study reported here addresses some of the cues that are used in verbal irony
. Irony may be accompanied by a slow speaking rate, heavy stress, and ...
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May 18, 2012 ... Here we explore how four different literary tones work. We also explain the often-
confused difference between sarcasm and irony.
www.ffri.hr/~ibrdar/komunikacija/seminari/Kreuz, 2002 - Verbal irony and asymmetries.pdf
Three experiments assessed four variables that may affect verbal irony
processing: peo- ... these cues involve a particular tone of voice or facial
This can be demonstrated through competing information, tone of voice, etc. This
makes verbal irony unique as a subset of irony, as it is the only form of irony ...
attributed to sarcasm that constitute the so-called 'sarcastic' or 'ironic tone of voice
' (e.g. ... Given the appropriate verbal and vocal cues, the sort of utterances.
Sarcasm is a form of verbal irony that mocks, ridicules, or expresses contempt. It's
really more a tone of voice than a rhetorical device. You're saying the opposite ...
Nov 15, 2011 ... It's important to note the difference between verbal irony and sarcasm (which is
always verbal). The primary difference is that sarcasm is wilfully ...
Sarcasm is an ironic or satirical remark that seems to be praising someone or
something but is really ... Sarcasm sometimes depends on the tone of voice.