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Armeuhi Avagyan,Susanna Kirakosyan, Elen B adalyan

HUMOR ANALYSIS

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— E. B White

Analyzing humor is like dissecting a frog. Few people are interested, and the frog dies of it.

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Kargin Haghordum

Cast: Hayk Marutyan, Mkrtich Arzumanyan

Release date: 2002-2009 Number of seasons: 7 Duration of an episode: ~4 minutes

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How are men portrayed in Kargin Show?

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There are mainly two types of men characters in Kargin Show;

Strong/masculine- illustrated as dominant model in the family, workplace, an in ordinary life. Weak- Repressed or “fooled” by strong male characters.

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TYPES

STRONG

Qyarts Lav tgherq (Good Guys) Wealthy men Bosses People with high-position jobs Husbands

WEAK

Homosexuals Hair stylists Designers Artists Nerds Workers Teachers

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Examples of masculine , strong men according to the sketches

Qyarts and Lav tgherq

Sweats with pointed classic shoes Sarcastic attitude Jobless Beads Listen Rabiz or Russian prison songs

Someone's bodyguards Black outfits Driving e xpensive cars or Nivas Denying every other opinion but theirs. Do not listen any types of music

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Examples of masculine, strong men according to the sketches

Rich people, bosses, people with title and high position jobs

Smart Witty Abusive

Serious Have power

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Examples of masculine, strong men according to the sketches

The man of the house

Have the last word of the argument Abusive or criticizing towards his wife or children Have “strong” point of view

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Homosexuals, Hair stylists and Designers

Expressed feminine Dressed fancy Rejected

Examples of weak men according to the sketches

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Examples of weak men according to the sketches

Nerds,Teachers and Artists

W ith beards and mustaches Dressed colorfully Looking extra Acting weird

With glasses Intelligent Wearing a dress shirt and a tie

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Workers

Stupid Unintelligent

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Visual Characteristics of Strong Men

Smoking

With Cars

With jewellery

With a crowd

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Visual Characteristics of Weak Men

With glasses

Have female friends

Long hair

Wearing colorful clothing

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The Language

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Main features of the used language

“Strongs” are using Russian words in grotesque Armenian accent. Extremely informal Armenian language Latin or English terms are used in incorrect form or in

Strongs

Use Russian accent while speaking Armenian Use exaggerated formal Armenian Use Russian words with right pronounciation and form

Weaks

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Violation

Strong

Weak

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RESOURCES

Kargin TV YouTube channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEHF-l2v0qhi_IXzrfc3uZg What Makes Things Funny - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ysSgG5V-R3U Ford, T. E., Wentzel, E. R., & Lorion, J. (2001). Effects of exposure to sexist humor on perceptions of normative tolerance of sexism. European Journal of Social Psychology , 31 (6), 677–691. doi: 10.1002/ejsp.56 Borgella, A. (2020, February 29). Science deconstructs humor: What makes some things funny? Retrieved May 4, 2020, from https://theconversation.com/science-deconstructs-humor-what-makes-some-things-funny-64414

Kargin TV YouTube channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEHF-l2v0qhi_IXzrfc3uZg What Makes Things Funny - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ysSgG5V-R3U Ford, T. E., Wentzel, E. R., & Lorion, J. (2001). Effects of exposure to sexist humor on perceptions of normative tolerance of sexism. European Journal of Social Psychology , 31 (6), 677–691. doi: 10.1002/ejsp.56 Borgella, A. (2020, February 29). Science deconstructs humor: What makes some things funny? Retrieved May 4, 2020, from https://theconversation.com/science-deconstructs-humor-what-makes-some-things-funny-64414

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QUESTIONS?

THANK YOU!