Study skills…

Humour in theory, humour in practice: How humour theory plays out in the world. 

Rigid jokes/fluid jokes

Humour for bonding/humour for change

“There are no gender-free human encounter”  I was asked then to think of jokes, comedy sketches or scenaries where some human characteristic hasn’t been applied. This was so much more difficult than i originally thought, we formed groups to try and see what others could come up with but we were all stuck! Everything has some gender/human encounter context.

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