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Argüelles Rodríguez, Ana María
- Capítulo 5. Conclusions
and Recommendation-
A critical analysis of discourse found in a cartoon for
children in Mexico
-- Licenciatura en Idiomas. - Departamento de
Lenguas. - Escuela de Artes y
Humanidades, - Universidad de las Américas
Puebla.


Introducción



Chapter five: conclusions and recommendations 5.1 Conclusions The results obtained from the discourse analysis applied to the dialogues used in the cartoon The Fairly OddParents does present different forms of direct and indirect verbal aggressions.
The most common forms of verbal harassments were the direct ones, with 44 phrases or words, and 18 indirect aggressions.
Wanting to hurt others was the category with more entries of direct verbal aggressions.
In the case of indirect forms insults were the most common. The classification used to determine who the perpetrators and victims of verbal aggressions were, showed that for both direct and indirect forms of verbal aggressions, the adults in the show were the ones who committed the vast majority of the assaults. Additionally, it was revealed that males did use more direct forms of verbal aggression than females.
From the direct verbal aggressions found between adults, there were 17 phrases or words found from males and only 10 from females.
The analysis also showed that females used more indirect forms of verbal harassment.
There were 10 phrases or words found from females, whereas from males only 6 phrases were presented. In addition, part of the contextual factors Potter and Warren (1998) used to code violence in their research were used in this study.
The results showed that The Fairly OddParents rarely present consequences to verbal aggressions.
From the 62 total assaults (direct and indirect), there were only 7 consequences presented and they were shown in a humorous way.
This result demonstrates that at least in the episodes that were analyzed, the cartoon is not providing children any hint that leads them to understand that verbal aggressions do have consequences and that victims can be affected seriously.
The consequences that were exhibited were not as high as the total amount of aggressions perpetrated and the consequences that were presented were comic.
As Potter and Warren commented, relating humor to ...






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