2015
DOI: 10.17265/2159-5542/2015.08.005
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Mateus Pranzetti Paul Gruda

Abstract: Humour discourse and its mechanisms of working has been constantly presented within several instances of quotidian life nowadays (pedagogical methods should be fun, most of the advertising invests in a humorous approach, political manifestations should have good humour involved, amidst many others) and in the last decades the so-called "politically incorrect humour" gained featured and has generated numerous discussions about it, such as: the limits or restrictions that humour should have to follow; what coul…

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