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132 pages : 26 cm. "Lectures delivered for the National Endowment for the Humanities Boston Public Library Learning Library Program. Includes bibliographical references (pages 123-125) and index. Pt. I. Humor and the psyche. 1. Laughter of the folk - 2. The individual connection. II. Humor and ethnicity. 3. The humor of oppression - 4. Response of the oppressed. III. Humor and social change: 1950's-1970's. 5. The social layers of humor - 6. Giants & monsters: laughter of the "silent generation" - 7. Catcalls in the night & day - 8. Is there.
Joseph Boskin, American history professor. His previous books include Into Slavery and Humor and Social Change in the Twentieth Century. 40740/?tag prabook0b-20. Sambo: The Rise and Demise of an American Jester) Author: Joseph Boskin published on (September, 1988).
This book is about people's humor . All too frequently this behavior is expressed as "jokes. The time frame here is the second half of the twentieth century, selected because the tumultuous social, political, and technological episodes produced several vigorous and unusual expressions of humor in people's repertoire: the joke cycles and joke wars. The term "people" is not meant monolithically. Humor in the United States reflects an idiosyncratic array of ethnic and gender groups, social interests, and political concerns.
Joseph Boskin's Sambo provides a comprehensive history of this . He is the author of Into Slavery and Humor and Social Change in the Twentieth Century.
Joseph Boskin's Sambo provides a comprehensive history of this American icon's rise and decline, tracing the image of "Sambo" in circuses and minstrel shows, in comic strips and novels, in children's stories, in advertisements and illustrations, in films and slides, in magazines and newspapers, and in knick-knacks found throughout the house. He demonstrates how the stereotype began to unravel in the 1930s with several radio series, specifically the Jack Benny show, which undercut and altered the "Sambo" image.
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Authors: Joseph Boskin. Section two looks at the power and politics of women's humor, and at multicultural humor. The first section of this volume concentrates on patterns of humor in the twentieth century. The final section presents and evaluates the major joke cycles from the post-World War II period to the 1990s as responses to profound social and economic change, such as Polish jokes and JAP jokes.
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The Humor Prism in Twentieth-Century America explores to what extent .
The first section of this volume concentrates on patterns of humor in the twentieth century. Joseph Boskin is a professor of history and African American studies and director of the urban studies and public policy program at Boston University. Promotion Current Sales & Promotions.
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