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Comedy

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  • 1. I feel comedy has changed as speech we find socially expectable has changed over time. For example “Love Thy Neighbour” was a comedy TV programme in 1970’s. The programme contained many racist comments and as racism has become more unacceptable. Programmes like this would no longer been seen as people are supposed to be seen as equals. So I feel the comedy people find expectable has definitely changed over time.