:: Volume 8, Issue 2 (11-2019) ::
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Analyzing the content of jokes exchanged in the social network of telegrams
Parniya Razipur, Farah Torkaman Torkaman , Ali Rahmani Rahmani
, Islamic Azad University
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Jokes, in addition to the obvious work that is the joy and instillation of happiness in the community, have hidden functions and influences in everyday life, whose scholarly study helps in understanding social issues. What is the content of jokes exchanged in cyberspace? What does the content of jokes refer to on social and power issues? The method of this study is content analysis and the statistical society is a humorous text with the joke in the social network of telegrams with emphasis on the common jokes of the year 96. The sample size of this research was more than 600 joke randomly selected and analysis of data in terms of categorization of categories. In the study of social issues, six categories were distinguished: cultural, linguistic disparity, mobile and Internet, religious, political, and economic. In the content of jokes, power issues were extracted into categories such as gender, ethnicity, occupation, age and family. The results of this study show that jokes are presented as an alternative to the majority of society to showcase political, social and cultural critique and criticism. In fact, jokes go beyond formal media due to flaws in taboos and lack of limits
Keywords: content analysis, telegram, jokes, power
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2018/07/26 | Accepted: 2019/11/1 | Published: 2019/11/1
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