Satire Comedy and Mental Health

Through an interdisciplinary dialogue and a close analysis of satire in various media, the book argues that satire helps us cope in a sick world through its ambiguous combination of critique and entertainment.

Satire  Comedy and Mental Health

Author: Dieter Declercq

Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing

ISBN: 1839096683

Page: 160

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Satire, Comedy, and Mental Health examines how satire helps to sustain good mental health in a troubled socio-political world. Through an interdisciplinary dialogue and a close analysis of satire in various media, the book argues that satire helps us cope in a sick world through its ambiguous combination of critique and entertainment.

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