Political Jokes in Argentina


Korean Minjok Leadership Academy
KSY



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Jun. 18th 2011 . go to KSY's Log

Fine. It would have been more transparent to whoever looking into your log, if you would have juxtaposed the old and new topic.



Jun. 18th 2011 . go to KSY's Log

The last chapter I expected students to choose as sample chapter was the introduction, and everybody did. The next time I will specify any sample chapter 'except' for the introduction.



Jun. 18th 2011 . go to KSY's Log

Try find if Argentinian newspaper archives are online; as cartoons were usually published in newspapers.



Jun. 18th 2011 . go to KSY's Log

humor can not be used in plural.



Jun. 1st 2011 . go to KSY's Log

Translation good enough to understand the joke, but before publication it needs polishing. Here I will not write about English style or spelling, but about the comment which is necessary for the reader who is not a specialist on the history of Argentina :
In case of such a joke, you need to explain the following :
President Carlos Menem - which party, president from when to when
What is Tango 01
It would also make sense to find out when this joke was told/printed. If you can not find that date, estimate - in this case, during the presidency of Menem, I assume.
And give the source where you found it. Saves work later.
Comment in Italics under the joke.



Jun. 1st 2011 . go to KSY's Log

okay



Jun. 1st 2011 . go to KSY's Log

okay



May 20th 2011 . go to KSY's Log

Your timeline shows a gap for 1930 to 1945.
Your chapter titles are reflecting political changes. You may want to consider economic changes (cattle baron jokes ..).
You also may want to start creating a joke database.



May 20th 2011 . go to KSY's Log

For the Wikipedia you gave proper references for a working bibliography; the references for the last three entries (websites) are incomplete