Corpus ID: 219908982

PERFORMANCE OF MORAL ACCOUNT- ABILITY AND THE ETHICS OF SATIRE IN STAND-UP COMEDY

@inproceedings{LindforsPERFORMANCEOM,
  title={PERFORMANCE OF MORAL ACCOUNT- ABILITY AND THE ETHICS OF SATIRE IN STAND-UP COMEDY},
  author={Antti Lindfors}
}
5 One of the stereotypical, reified images evoked by the popular cultural genre of stand-up comedy certainly includes a person raging in front of others, as a spectacle of anger – an image encapsulated distinctively in the comic personas of 1990s American performers like Andrew “Dice” Clay and Denis Leary (see Peterson 1997; Ahmed 2004). The attributes of “brutal honesty”, “shamelessness”, and “unruliness”, frequently invoked by both practitioners, followers, and advertisers of stand-up alike… Expand

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